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  • Robbie Galeano

    Rare Italian Tree Tomato 15 Seeds - Grows 25 Feet Tall! by Hirts: Seed; Tomato. $3.19. Crimson tomatoes that grow as big as 6 inches across!. It has meaty centers with solid divisions. It is by far the most productive tomato, often producing 3 bushels from just one plant!. 15 Seeds. 70 days from setting out plants until first fruits mature. TOMATO: Tomatoes are rich in vitamins and antioxidants, and the seeds are high in fiber. The green parts are mildly poisonous, whic...

  • Retta Dunlap

    italian tree tomato | Tomato Tree by digi-mom

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