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Tomato Principe Borghese (106-50)

$3.50

Tomato Principe Borghese. Small indeterminate plants bear prolifically and must be staked or caged. Tomatoes set on clusters of 7-10 fruit each weighing about 2 oz. They hold extremely well on the vine. 72 days. Eat fresh in salad or dry for sun-dried tomatoes. They also make outstanding oven-roasted tomatoes; slice in half, drizzle with some olive oil, bake at 250°F until mostly done, sprinkle with fresh basil, oregano, etc. Eat as a contorno or freeze. 1.5 gram packet, approx. 375 seeds. Approximately 250-380 seeds per gram.

To see our growing guide for tomatoes, click here.

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Tomato Principe Borghese. Small indeterminate plants bear prolifically and must be staked or caged. Tomatoes set on clusters of 7-10 fruit each weighing about 2 oz. They hold extremely well on the vine. 72 days. Eat fresh in salad or dry for sun-dried tomatoes. They also make outstanding oven-roasted tomatoes; slice in half, drizzle with some olive oil, bake at 250°F until mostly done, sprinkle with fresh basil, oregano, etc. Eat as a contorno or freeze. 1.5 gram packet, approx. 375 seeds. Approximately 250-380 seeds per gram.

To see our growing guide for tomatoes, click here.

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We dehydrate these and then use whole, or grind and add to soups, sauces, salad dressing or bruschetta. One of my favorite tomatoes!!
Posted by undefined on 7th Jan 2014

I am growing these in Shawnee Kansas (2013). I crave these tomatoes, I first sliced a few and added them to tacos, delicious. The next day I found myself eating them like grapes, popping them straight into my mouth as I watched TV. Today we sliced up a plate of these to have with lunch, a drizzle of olive oil, a little salt, and fresh ground pepper, they didn't last long. These are my new favorite small tomatoes.
Posted by Gus on 11th Aug 2013

growing well in the southwest, but really not that sweet. is it poor soil? the weather is cooling slightly so perhaps that will sweeten the fruit.
Posted by undefined on 5th Sep 2012