The foliage of this cultivar tends toward lanced, toothed
This pic shows the structure of the plant, not unlike sumac
immature fruit starts out with these cool egg shapes. The darker green shoulders hint at colors to come.
Cour di Bue starting to show some color
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This tomato is doing great in MD this year!
First fruit of 2013. This fruit was picked a little early and allowed to ripen on my windowsill to defeat the hungry birds.
Cour di Bue tomatoes vary widely in size. These fruits show varying degrees of ripeness.
Cour di Bue sliced up for a sandwich. Note that this tomato does not have a lot of juice or jelly inside.