‘Lufichoise’ is a unique multiflora type plant with a huge yield of beautiful, plum/pear-shaped zebra type tomatoes with an average weight small about 1-1.5oz./25-50g. This variety is probably a result of an accidental bee cross that was found by Jean Michel Rouffiange in his garden in 2014. Developed by a group of tomato lovers from Belgium and named by them in honor of the late Luc Fichot, a great Belgian tomato enthusiast and collector.
Bi-colored fruits with yellow and red stripes on the outside and, yellow and red flesh. Huge trusses, several dozen fruits in each, very fertile, indeterminate plants with not too lush habit. Regular and sparse leaf foliage. Midseason, about 80 days to maturity.
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