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Polish Linguisa

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About Polish Linguisa

Polish Linguisa is an heirloom tomato brought to New York by Polish gardeners in the 1800’s. Indeterminate, regular-leaf, vigorous tomato plants with wispy foliage that bear excellent yields of HUGE, 10-ounce, 2-inch x 5 inch, sausage-shaped, very meaty, bright-red, paste tomatoes with firm flesh and few seeds. Very sweet for a paste tomato. Excellent for making tomato paste, tomato sauce, slicing into salads, eating fresh off the vine, drying or freezing. Plants produce abundantly well until frost.

Culinary Use
Paste / Sauce / Canner
Flavor Profile
Sweet
Flesh Color
Red
Fruit Color
Red
Fruit Shape
Elongated
Fruit Size
Large
Leaf Type
Regular / Wispy
Maturity
Mid-season
Plant Type
Indeterminate
Species
Solanum lycopersicum
Variety
Heirloom / Open Pollinated

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    Alan Mader

    I have grown these for many years. Very small seed cavity with very small seeds. Some get to be larger than the description provided. I will always try to make room for one of these.

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    Benjamin Karpinski

    I planted Polish Linguisa from seed again in Southern Mississippi. Last year, the hot humid climate killed it. It's been much cooler this spring and I have lots of fruit on my tomato vines. The Polish Linguisa looks great.

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    m_delsole@sympatico.ca Subscriber

    I live in Toronto, Canada and I planted my first Polish Linguisa tomato plants this spring. We’ll, I just picked my biggest tomato, 11.8oz, 9 1/2” diameter, 5” long, plants have grown to 7-8’ tall so far and it’s only the beginning of August. They are a very meaty and delicious tomato. Each plant have about 18-20 tomatoes on them. Will definitely plant again next year.

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