I'm getting ready to start tomato seeds. Would like opinions on the BEST
tasting tomatos - reds, yellows and cherries. Disease resistance is
obviously important, but pure unadulteralted tomato flavor is my goal. :-) I
do 15-18 plants every year, so variety is good.
Positively, without a doubt. They are small...I've been know to just stand
out in the garden and eat them straight off the vine ...They are small...I
don't know if size is a criteria.
Cherry - SunSugar, Yellow - Lemon Boy, Red - First Lady II, Champion and
Celebrity are my favorites. But go to a local Greenhouse and get some
that is for your area not to WalMart and places that put the same
varieties for the whole world.
From Mel & Donnie in Bluebird Valley
i was raised on Rutgers tomatoes and after 75 years still believe they
are the best. And while were at it, NJ corn beats any other. (At least
it did when I was a kid)
I was raised AT Rutgers, my dad taught soil chemistry there, and I
agree the Rutgers tomato is the best tasting.
However we moved to DE 17 years ago, and have had, by far, the best
corn we've ever had. We are real serious about good corn, like to have
the pot steaming before it is picked is ideal, but not possible most of
the time. I think the new supersweet varieties that don't change the
sugar to starch quickly are just wonderful!! One we were getting from
the Amish here was 'How Sweet It Is'. Not seeing much of that in the
last 5 years, but the newer varieties are much sweeter then the old
Jersey corn. Our relatives in Jersey when they have DE corn, agree.
But ya can't beat a good Jersey tomato!!!
"sweet million" cherry tomatoes (Jung's seed online). absolutely delicious.
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