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Missouri Rose

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About Missouri Rose

‘Missouri Rose’ is a perfectly pink when fully ripe, medium size (5oz./150g), oblate tomato developed by Bill Jeffers. This is what Mr. Jeffers writes about this variety: “Missouri Rose is the result of an accidental out cross or a mutation of one of my segregants from Cherokee Purple x Summerpink, a project from which I collected seeds from about 8 different F2 and F3 plants in 2012 (…). Missouri Rose is 100% pink, no retained chlorophyll, no green shoulders, no green at all when ripe, no purple or maroon. If your tomatoes are anything but uniformly pink when ripe, you do not have Missouri Rose and should not share the seeds under that name.”
Indeterminate, potato leaf plants with beautiful fruits – perfectly shaped, smooth, and slightly ribbed on the shoulders. Excellent tomato taste, rich, sweet, and very aromatic. Midseason, about 80 days to maturity.

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Salad / Slicer
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Solanum lycopersicum
Open Pollinated

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