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Old October 2, 2017   #5
chadandpia
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Thank you. That's an experimental plant I tried this year developed at University of Florida called "Garden Treasure" .. http://hos.ufl.edu/kleeweb/newcultivars.html has a picture of what it's supposed to look like along with it's description. It's not as tasty as I had hoped, has just an "ok" flavor but still better than any you get at grocery store for sure. The plant itself was strong and was actually the longest lasting/producing of the varieties I planted this year. In fact, I just pulled the plant yesterday and harvested the last tomatoes on it.

Based on picture and description, I don't think they were supposed to have that pointed end like what you see in the picture and I've been debating if I should save seed since it presented this way for me but it's also listed as "hybrid" so I'm not sure if it would be worthwhile to save and grow again? Perhaps experts here could give opinions on that?
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