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Tomato Cuor di Bue - Oxheart (106-24)

$3.50

Tomato Cuor di Bue. 7-9 ounce beefsteak type shaped like a heart. Meaty, deep pink/red flesh and few seeds. Real tomato taste. The tomato all our Italian grandfathers grew. For fresh eating or sauce. Indeterminate. 70+ days. Very large vigorous growing plant; these are quite productive and relatively early. 1 gram pack, approximately 300 seeds. Approximately 250-380 seeds per gram.

To see our growing guide for tomatoes, click here.

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Tomato Cuor di Bue. 7-9 ounce beefsteak type shaped like a heart. Meaty, deep pink/red flesh and few seeds. Real tomato taste. The tomato all our Italian grandfathers grew. For fresh eating or sauce. Indeterminate. 70+ days. Very large vigorous growing plant; these are quite productive and relatively early. 1 gram pack, approximately 300 seeds. Approximately 250-380 seeds per gram.

To see our growing guide for tomatoes, click here.

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I live in the Northern Willamette Valley, about 18 miles south of Portland, OR. This summer, 2017, I grew 6 different varieties of tomato in Grass Roots Fabric Pots (Sacramento, CA). All of the plants grew well in the fabric pots; however, due to the pots breathability, I had to water more than I would have liked. This resulted in a severe case of blossom end rot on all of the tomatoes EXCEPT Cuor di Bue. The Cuor di Bue was productive, producing an early crop of high quality 4-6 oz fruit that did was not subject to blossom end rot. The flavor of Cuor di Bue was excellent. I will grow this variety again... Very pleased
Posted by Sidney Riley on 14th Sep 2017

I had these in the garden this past summer and could not be happier. They are juicy, meaty and the best taste ever. I also liked the very small seeds and the small amount of seeds. Everyone I gave them to loved them and was sad when the growing season was over. Try them, you will love them/
Posted by Frank Schenhoffer on 16th Dec 2013

Quite like the Coeur di Bue tomatoes you do as a nice early productive red/pink for my heirloom mix. I'm trying a few other varieties of tomatoes you offer this year to see if I like them as well.
Posted by Georgie in Washington State on 8th Feb 2013