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Mystery Tomato Revealing Amber Organic Heirloom Variety

In this post I reveal the mystery tomato growing in my raised bed garden.  This variety is an amber color that has won my taste buds over for the summer. Check out the video and more on this post.

Amber Organic Heirloom Tomato

In the video feature on this post I share the beautiful plant and how I grew it.  Watch below to see the details and scroll down for more growing information.

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The feature video on my post today can be found on my Bren Haas Channel. 

About This Amber Organic Heirloom Tomato

No tag… but going by research from my own garden.  This plant was found growing in my gravel next to the old raised beds.  After adding it to the trellis where the peas grew this spring the plant took off with the heat.  It is the first to be harvest outside with in 60 days. This was a volunteer and not part of the varieties in this years highlight post.  Everything grown in this space is grown organically. 

The bed has a deep layer of horse manure and straw mulch.  Next year I will watch for new growth from this same raised bed to see starter plants.  It is much easier to just use what comes up as a volunteer instead of saving the seed and starting early indoors with this plant.

The amber or gold color of the tomato is striking next to the blue kale and cabbage.  The flavor is wonderful and very low acid so everyone can enjoy.  I have been using these in my salad and pasta dishes early this season.  You can find my recipes on this website at Salads and Soups.

 

Let’s Connect

It is always exciting to find new varieties of plants to grow.  This mystery tomato plant just maybe the highlight of my summer.  It is the first to produce outside and the harvest is bountiful.  I would love to hear from you so be sure to comment on the section below.  I hope you consider subscribing to my website.

Happy Tomato Growing,

Bren Haas

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