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SKU: 1249 Available to ship: Apr 28, 2014 - May 27, 2014
The Sioux heirloom tomato from 1944 which, unlike many other heat tolerant varieties, has an incredible flavor. It will even set fruit in temperatures up to 95 degrees for hot summer areas and gives reliably large harvests everywhere. Medium to large-sized tomatoes are a luscious sweet and tangy 6-10 oz. fruit with high tolerance to cracking. Indeterminate. 70 days.

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Planting recommendation: Warm Season last frost date
Color of fruit: Reds
Size of Fruit: Medium to Large
Time to harvest: Late Season
Size of Mature Plant: 18-24" diameter spacing
Growing Type: Indeterminate
List Price: $5.95
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Our tomato plants are approximately 6-12" tall and come in extra large 4.5 pots. Each plant is wrapped individually to hold in the soil and moisture. We ship in large pots to keep the stress of transport to a minimum. Our interior cartons are made to fit our plants.

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Bob McCauley on 3/9/2013

Comments: After another hot summer in New Jersey, when all other tomatoes stopped producing. This variety ignored the heat and produced good yields and have good taste.

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Elizabeth on 1/29/2012

Comments: Sioux set fruit even from late July through September in the heat and humidity of the Gulf Coast. A really strong producer w/great flavor!

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