On Feb 25, 2013, surburbfarmer from Bellflower, CA wrote:
This plant was vigorous, stocky, tall and very hardy. I had to reinforce my large homemade heirloom tomato cages with extra ground stakes so the plant wouldn't tip the cage over. It produced a moderate to heavy yield of large 1-2 pound pink tomatoes, the largest of which was 2.3 pounds. The smallest tomato I got from this plant was 12 ounces. The flavor was bold and well rounded, and the flesh was meaty but creamy. This tomato was very similar to a brandywine only with fewer seeds and three times as many fruit per plant. The plant was the only one to keep setting fruit in a prolonged hot spell as well. Overall, this is one of my favorite tomatoes and a must grow for me.
On Jul 24, 2007, passiflora_pink from Indian Springs, AL (Zone 8a) wrote:
They were the prettiest tomatoes I had all year. A kaleidoscope of colors! Large and vigorous. But the flavor was bland. It would be good for marinating or stuffing but not the best for fresh eating in my opinion.