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Uluru Ochre

About Uluru Ochre

Developed by the members of the Dwarf Tomato Project from a cross between Orange Heirloom and Rosella Purple made by Patrina Nuske Small and named Rosy. It was selected and named by Patrina, after Uluru, a large sandstone rock formation in the southern part of the Northern Territory in central Australia. Stabilization was the collaborative work of Patrina Nuske Small, Patrick Sullivan, Steve McClaren, Linda Black, Marla McClaren, Ted Maiden, Paul Fish, Lurley Hernandez, Dee Sackett, Ginny Bishton, Sue Bailey, Lisa Moore, Sherry Shiesl, Simone Pennig, Amanda Fischer, Sandra Tipton and Craig LeHoullier. The starting seed sample was grown out and supplied by Bill Minkey of Darien, Wisconsin in 2014. Introduced commercially by Tatiana’s TOMATObase Seeds and The Sample Seed Shop in 2015. Dwarf (‘tree-type’) rugose, regular leaf plants produce 6-12 oz., medium-sized fruit, with unique coloring – orange flesh with green overtones, and amber/orange/green colors. Delicious, rich, well-balanced flavors.

Culinary Use
Paste / Sauce / Canner / Slicer
Flavor Profile
Well-balanced
Flesh Color
Bi-Color / Green / Orange
Fruit Color
Bi-Color / Green / Orange
Fruit Shape
Oblate / Ribbed
Fruit Size
Medium
Leaf Type
Regular
Maturity
Mid-season
Plant Type
Dwarf / Indeterminate
Species
Solanum lycopersicum
Variety
Open Pollinated

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