Huge clusters of tomatoes that have a fragrant smell along with the unsurpassing taste for fresh eating, canning, sauces, salsa, and of course pizza. This indeterminate heirloom is a monster producer continuing until first frost. Plum-shaped fruits are 5-6 ounces, with thin skin and very meaty flesh few seeds.
The San Marzano may be the most famous tomato variety on the planet, thanks to its long history of cultivation around Naples Italy and its use in sauces. “There are tomatoes and then there are San Marzanos. They have a unique blend of acidity and sweetness, they’re plump, and they’re easy to cook with.
The true San Marzano heirlooms are quickly becoming more and more rare as the commercial market is always trying to make them better by creating hybrid Marzanos.
Only the true heirloom will give you that unsurpassing flavor. Organic, Non Gmo, Heirloom,
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