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Artisan Blush Tiger

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About Artisan Blush Tiger

Artisan Blush Tiger AKA Blush. Developed by Fred Hempel in California, released in 2011. The parents for the original cross were selected by Fred’s 8 year old son, Alex. He chose his favorite tomatoes that tasted great – Maglia Rosa and Zucchero. Indeterminate, regular leaf plant produces extremely high yields of small, 2″ long, elongated oval fruits that are bright-yellow with pink stripes and often have a little tip at the blossom end. Unique julienne cherry tomatoes that are sought after for their exceptionally sweet, juicy, tropical flavors. Fruits can also be picked prematurely and allowed to ripen off the vine without compromising the flavor. Widely adaptable with extremely high yields over an extended period. Crack resistant.

Culinary Use
Paste / Sauce / Canner / Salad
Flavor Profile
Sweet
Flesh Color
Yellow
Fruit Color
Striped
Fruit Shape
Elongated / Plum/Pear/Piriform
Fruit Size
Small
Leaf Type
Regular
Maturity
Mid-season
Plant Type
Indeterminate
Species
Solanum lycopersicum
Variety
Open Pollinated

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  • krysthle1@hotmail.com
    krysthle1@hotmail.com Subscriber Gardener-intermediate

    Picked my Artisan blush tiger tomatoes on Sept 6, 2021. It is now January 8th, four months later, and they have preserved at room temperature.

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  • krysthle1@hotmail.com
    krysthle1@hotmail.com Subscriber Gardener-intermediate

    Just wanted to update you all that it's now April 2022, and my tomatoes are still on my counter and haven't spoiled. I'm not going to try to eat them just in case they are bad inside, but this is a very interesting prospect as a conservation tomato. Will be growing again this year from saved seed.

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    • Dorota
      Dorota Editor
      Tomato Database Director

      Hi, thank you for the update! That is extreamly long!

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