Tomato Heirloom 'Pruden's Purple'

SKU: CFD14489
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An all-around favorite with unique color and outstanding flavor!
Includes one pot of 'Pruden's Purple' Heirloom Tomato.
'Pruden's Purple' is one of the best-tasting tomatoes on the market! A sweet, low-acid flavor makes this slicer ideal for hamburgers and sandwiches, and its deep pink, crack-resistant fruits can weigh in at over one pound each!


Is this for you?
The go-to tomato for all your culinary needs! 'Pruden's Purple' is excellent for slicing, salsa, sandwiches, and salads. Its flesh is firm and meaty with few seeds and a delicious balance of sweet and tart flavor.

Early ripening ensures a long-lasting harvest! Maturing early for its size, this indeterminate variety yields hearty, antioxidant-rich tomatoes from early summer to frost. 'Pruden's Purple' thrives in large containers, raised beds, and vegetable gardens, and performs best when supported by a stake or tomato cage.

A must-have for any vegetable garden! Tomatoes thrive in full sun and well-drained soil. Plant 'Pruden's Purple' in a sunny garden and enjoy a harvest of heirloom fruits all season long!

Grows well throughout most of the continental U.S. Unfortunately, this product cannot ship to the following states and territories: AK, HI, PR, VI, GUAM.


What to expect:
Plants ship to you based on your geographic location. We ship throughout the spring, starting in early March. Your shipment will be based on the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map which we have correlated to your zip code. This means you will receive your plants when it is the right time to plant in your area of the country.

You will receive one 'Pruden's Purple' Heirloom Tomato in a 5.5-inch pot. This plant was carefully selected and packed for safe transport directly to you. Open immediately and follow the instructions for planting and care in the planting guide available online.

Plant reaches maturity in 65 to 85 days. However, growth can be affected by many factors including fertilization and climate factors unique to your planting location.

Heaviest fruiting occurs in midsummer with continuous fruiting until frost. This annual puts all its effort into one season, yielding an abundance of delicious tomatoes that can't be beat!


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Solanum lycopersicum 'Pruden's Purple' Not winter hardy, will thrive from spring to fall in all zones Annual Summer to frost Full to part sun No 6 to 8 feet 2 to 3 feet

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