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Tomato Muscato Piccolo Dattero Ibrido / Datterino (106-119)

$5.50

Tomato Muscato, Datterino, aka Piccolo Dattero Ibrido. F1 Hybrid grape-shaped cherry tomato. Indeterminate. Early, vigorous, heavy producer of very sweet deep red fruit. High sugar content. Resists cracking and stores well. VFN. Good choice for both home and commercial growers. Approximately 30 seeds. Approximately 250-380 seeds per gram.

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Tomato Muscato, Datterino, aka Piccolo Dattero Ibrido. F1 Hybrid grape-shaped cherry tomato. Indeterminate. Early, vigorous, heavy producer of very sweet deep red fruit. High sugar content. Resists cracking and stores well. VFN. Good choice for both home and commercial growers. Approximately 30 seeds. Approximately 250-380 seeds per gram.

To see our growing guide for tomatoes, click here.

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This tomato has produced abundant delicious sweet fruit for me in southern Vermont. As noted elsewhere, the texture is firm. However what one notices first is the delicious flavor. The vines bear over a long season. They need diligent tying up. I gave away plants that have subsequently grown well in Connecticut and Pennsylvania. My soil tends to induce wilt (V or F I don’t really know) late in the season but these have been resistant. Tied with Lilliput as my healthiest plants. I also throw them in with other varieties to make marinara and they are a great addition.
Posted by Paul on 21st Sep 2019

(really 4 and a half stars as explained below, but that option isn't available) It's a hard tomato, which is probably why it ships well. Almost too firm, but not quite. Good disease resistance (outlasted the other grape tomatoes by over a month) Most were very sweet and flavorful, though I needed to let them completely ripen on the vine (if they detach when gently pulled, they're ready, otherwise not). Even so, a few weren't sweet or flavorful (to me). Still, most were more than good enough to make up for that. I give them an A-, and will grow them again.
Posted by Bob on 15th Sep 2013