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Tomato Red Pear (106-107)

  • Our bestselling tomato
  • Red Pear bears lots of tomatoes even in hot summers.
  • Size ranges from a half pound to well over a pound.
  • These beefsteaks are meaty with few seeds. Perfect for fresh eating or cooking.
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Product Description

This is an old North Italian variety specially selected by Franchi Sementi. It is a red, pear-shaped beefsteak. An outstanding producer of huge (as in 8-18 ounce) very tasty fruit. Great fresh eating. Early for such a large plant (70-75 days). This is not the small pear shaped tomato called red pear by U.S. seed companies. Pear shaped with vertical ribs - a must try. Really meaty containing few seeds. Indeterminate. 1 gram packet, approximately 250 seeds.

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  1. Old Faithful

    Posted by Jerry on 3rd Aug 2014

    Do you want a big crop of great tasting tomatoes? Do you want a reliable, no nonsense tomato? Do you want great taste? This one has it all. My wife uses it for fresh sauce: 2 tomatoes makes a very nice fresh sauce for 1/2 pound of pasta.

  2. Best tomato we have ever grown

    Posted by Judy Tobias on 2nd Mar 2014

    This variety was excellent for eating and canning. We were amazed at their hardiness and their size.It is the only tomato we are planting this year because of it's versatility and hardiness!

  3. Huge tomatoes, great taste!

    Posted by Mrs. Know It All on 25th Mar 2013

    I've been growing these tomatoes for several years now. They are so heavy bearing that I put stakes on either side of the plant and tie it off on both sides so the branches don't break from the weight of the tomatoes. Great for sauce and eating. You cannot go wrong with these tomatoes.

  4. 93% germination last year's seed

    Posted by Hank on 17th Mar 2013

    I started 45 cells of this tomato from seed I had leftover from last year and 42 cells are up and nearly and inch long in 4 days...same as last year's. You cant go wrong starting up with this seed brand.

  5. Amazing!

    Posted by Sage on 16th Feb 2013

    I grew this tomato last year for the first time and it was hands down the best. I even planted some plants along a fence line where it was sorely neglected. We also experience some drought. It was slow in turning red (got tomatoes in zone 6 through October) but delicious! I didn't even get them mulched. I thought they were not going to turn red but they did and were perfection!

  6. Great tomato!

    Posted by Unknown on 7th Jan 2013

    Quality taste and production in Southern California!!

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