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Released by J and L gardens. A cross made of OSU Blue/P20 and Amy’s Sugar Gem. (Dr. Myers at Oregon State developed OSU Blue) Indeterminate, regular leaf plant produces abundant crops of small blue tomatoes when they are exposed to the sun. Fruit turns a burnt red-orange to mahogany color when it ripens. Coloring can be variable between orange, plum and yellow. (Note: Blue skin is rich source of anthocyanin, as does a blueberry.) A better fresh eating tomato than the thicker skinned Indigo Rose. Rich flavor, ideal full-body tomato for salads.