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Moonlight Mile

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About Moonlight Mile

Moonlight Mile is a regular leaf, variegated, indeterminate plant that produces deep raspberry, blunted heart-shaped fruits with impactful forest green broken stripes. It is the chosen namesake segregate out of breeder Blane Horton’s “Moonlight Mile Project”, in which he crossed Faelan’s First Snow, a purple beefsteak on variegated regular leaf plants with Karson’s First, pink striped fruit on variegated potato leaf plants.
Yes, both parent lines are variegated, delivering a double dose of variegated splash to this beautiful line! Moonlight Mile is quite unlike any other tomato variety on the market, as it combines the aesthetic beauty of both variegated plants and striated fruit that demand to be the spotlight of your garden, along with high production and masterfully selected deep tomato flavors. Moonlight Mile is set to hit the market in the fall of 2019.

Culinary Use
Salad / Slicer
Flavor Profile
Flesh Color
Fruit Color
Purple / Striped
Fruit Shape
Oxheart / Round
Fruit Size
Leaf Type
Regular / Variegated
Plant Type
Solanum lycopersicum
Open Pollinated

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    melody rice Subscriber Gardener-intermediate

    where do I find this variety to purchase

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

      Hi Melody, all seed providers are listed on the left of each page under "Where to buy seeds". Galactic Magic Seeds carries Moonlight Mile. Thank you for your question and happy growing!


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