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‘Black Ethiopian’ is a rare, black-fruited tomato that originated in Ukraine. This variety was first listed in the SSE Yearbooks in 1996 by Conrad Leighton from White Bear Lake, Minnesota, USA. He received the seeds in 1995 from Ukraine.
‘Black Ethiopian’ is a favorite Ukrainian heirloom tomato that produces vigorous indeterminate, regular leaf plants with good yield copious amounts of small (2-5oz./50-150g), red-mahogany-bronze, plum-shaped fruit. Exceptional, rich, fruity, tangy taste. Midseason, about 70 to 80 days after transplant.