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    • J Crosby : Black Sea Man Tomato 10 Seeds - Heirloom : Tomato Plants : Patio, Lawn & Garden

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    • Lerrie Hoekstra

      Black Sea Man tomato Fruits are a rich mahogany with olive shoulders when mature. An incredibly full bodied, intense, creamy tomato flavor. This delicious and meaty black tomato hailing from Russia has a fantastic taste and truly hard to describe.

    • Katie Kes-Pick

      Black Sea Man, Tomato, Small plants produce medium-sized brownish-pink fruits with olive green shading. Well marbled flesh is attractive when blanched and peeled. Rich flavor. Potato leaf foliage. Indoors 6 wks b4. $2.75 for 25 seeds. ** Lol just said the name of the tomato out loud to my hubby, he started laughing... took me a second... lol.

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