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Black Vernissage

About Black Vernissage

Here is a lovely “Black” tomato that is loaded with flavor as well as production. This 2 oz. tomato, along with it’s other Vernissage cousins is sure to make a big splash in the garden as well as the kitchen. They are perfect for rich tasting sauces.

Culinary Use
Flavor Profile
Flesh Color
Fruit Color
Brown / Green / Striped
Fruit Shape
Fruit Size
Leaf Type
Plant Type
Solanum lycopersicum
Open Pollinated

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    Marcia Bhide

    I received a free packet of black vernissage seeds, planted them, and they grew beautifully, although the plant didn't produce much fruit. At the end of the season, I cut the plant back to the base, as I do with all my tomatoes. The plant has come right back, not from seed, but from the stem. It's even blooming! We're in Northern California, and not in a zone that generally freezes, but I've still never had a tomato plant that just wanted to keep on going like this. Is this common for the black vernissage?

    • Andrea Clapp
      Andrea Clapp Editor Gardener
      Director of Research and Innovation

      Hi Marcia, it can happen frequently with tomato plants, especially if they have a strong root system. I wouldn't say that it is common to this variety, but just to tomatoes with a "will to live". Maybe you'll get some more tomatoes off of it.


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