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Harbinger

An old favourite of Lawrence D Hills – “the best tomato out door growing” (1978). No longer commercially available. Fruity flavour that is not overtly acid, the flavour seems to improve as the season cools. No disease problems. Staking is suggested due to its upward mobility (up to 2.4m tall). Determinate, early, medium red fruit, tender skin salad type, very good flavour, high yields, sprawling, open plant.

Volume per packet: 

.5

mL

$3.00

Expected viability: 

4

yrs

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An old favourite of Lawrence D Hills – “the best tomato out door growing” (1978). No longer commercially available. Fruity flavour that is not overtly acid, the flavour seems to improve as the season cools. No disease problems. Staking is suggested due to its upward mobility (up to 2.4m tall). Determinate, early, medium red fruit, tender skin salad type, very good flavour, high yields, sprawling, open plant.

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