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TOP FIVE of 2016!


My dear friend, Lizz Casady, presented me with a wrinkled up napkin which she had cunningly spit the seeds into from a salad she was eating at a small restaurant in Naoussa, Paros, Greece in the fall of 2013.


I grew it out in 2014 but it got lost amongst the hundreds of other plants and by the time I got to it, it was terribly late in the season and the fruits were almost rotten. But I saved seed from them as I was fairly certain that they were from a hybrid, so to begin the dehybridization process.


Fast forward to 2016 and I grew it again, this time in the greenhouse so to give it my full attention and am I ever happy that I did. "Schoolbus" yellow fruits are variable in size from 2-4 ounces,  unblemished, light and tangy, sweet and well-balanced. They have a long hanging life, on and off the vine. Truly a perfect salad tomato.

HISTORY: Unknown varietal name. Brought back from Naoussa, Paros, Greece in 2013. 


Sold in a 3.5" pot.


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    GROWTH HABIT: Indeterminate
    MATURITY: Mid-season
    LEAF TYPE: Regular
    FRUIT CLASS: Cherry
    FRUIT SHAPE: Globe
    FRUIT SIZE: Small
    FRUIT COLOR: Yellow
    ORIGIN: Open-pollinated

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