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Default How large is Orange Pinocchio fruit?

Largest for me thus far is about 3/4". Most are around 5/8". 10" hanging basket -- so around 2 gallons of mix.

If you have grown it, how large are its tomatoes for you
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About the same. They’re kind of small. Decent flavor, though!
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About the same. They’re kind of small. Decent flavor, though!

Thanks for the feedback! Yes, it has a good assertive flavor and was pretty early, but also has really chewy skins.
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You might want to try Jochalos sometime... it’s sweeter than Pin. Orange, but has good flavor and is thinner skinned. PM if you’d like seeds.
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