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Cornue des Andes (Des Andes, Andes, Andine Cornue, Andes Horn, Andenhorn)
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About Cornue des Andes (Des Andes, Andes, Andine Cornue, Andes Horn, Andenhorn)
‘Cornue des Andes’ is of French origin. This variety was probably brought from the Andes to France by a French plant collector. Indeterminate, regular and wispy leaf plants with a very good yield of long (up to 7″), pointed, red fruit. The shape of the fruit reminds you of a horn – hence the name of this variety. Very few seeds, small seed chambers and very meaty flesh makes this tomato perfect for cooking and canning. Midseason, about 75-80 days from transplant.