For the record a coworker whom I had regaled one afternoon last week
about the loss of the aforesaid "mini pearl" currant tomato sought out a
grower of heirloom plants (Silver Heights Farm) at the Union Square
Greenmarket and brought in to the office today a pair of red currants
whose seed is said to have been collected on the Galapagos Islands.
It's called "Sara's Galapagos Tomato", 85 days, red, currant and tall.
No scientific name was listed on the tag.
Now that sure sounds unusual!
Anybody ever grow one of these?
Try this site. They have a white currant tomato which may be what your
looking for: ( I also posted this reply to your original post)
Oh! I think I hate you.
The lush verdant green I've just turned has nothing to do with envy, I
assure you. It's photosynthesis, I'm quite certain.
In New York City? What the hell are they doing having cool plants in
new York City? It's not fair! It's...wait, wait...ahHA! I have an
Now to see if they ever ship...
"Maybe you'd like to ask the Wizard for a heart."
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