Plati de haiti



A prolific producer of 2 inch fruits all through the season. A stewing tomato eaten when fully ripe and deep rose colored. Documented In 1793, the Creole refugees who fled the successful uprising of enslaved people in Haiti brought this tomato with them. Dr. William Woys Weaver was able to find this tomato depicted in paintings of that time period. Provenance: Text from True love seeds/William Woys Weaver


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