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Black Krim Tomato 30 Seeds - Russian Heirloom


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  • 8-12 oz Fruits
  • Globe Shaped
  • Full Flavor
  • Very Juicy
  • 30 Seeds
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  • ASIN: B000VAUFTK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (103 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,050 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

HEIRLOOM TOMATO: Heirloom Tomatoes are just what their name implies. They have been handed down, through generations of farmers and gardeners, from family member to family member. Many of these tomato varieties are known to have thrived since the 1800's.

Unlike hybrids, they are not selectively bred for taste or appearance. They are open-pollinated, growing 'true to type' plants, like their predecessors, from seed. Heirloom Tomato Plants will add untraditional color and pleasing variety to your garden harvest.

Black Krim Tomato: Plant must be staked or caged, flattened, globe shaped, 8 - 12 oz., dark red-purple fruit with delicate skin, green shoulders, green tinted flesh, full flavor with slight saltiness that enhances the taste, very juicy.



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Customer Reviews

Every seed I planted sprouted.
Aking
The tomato seeds were very well packed and look great.
Serviceman
I will post another review come harvest time!
J. Hansberger

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58 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Dorothy J. Blessett on February 24, 2010
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My first time to 'start' plants from seeds indoors. they were slow to start, I was sure I had failed, but eventually I had almost 75 'startlings' of these I had at least 15 viable plants (my fault, not the seeds) when it was practical I put them in buckets, planters, old water bottles, and slowly but surely in the ground, an above ground planter I had made- I had never eaten real tomatoes before obviously--- it was amazing, go outside in the mornings, pick a warm ripe absolutely delicious dark tomato or 2 and make a 'mater' sandwhich for breakfast every morning. I had so many that I had to come up with a way to preserve them so here came the green bags and I had a refrigerator drawer full before I knew it. I was sorry to see the season end.
I highly recommend these wonderful tasty tomatoes, if I can do it--- anyone can. Just takes time and determination.
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75 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Richard A. Moore on September 13, 2009
First off, nothing I have purchased from Hirst has produced anything like the pictures, I'm positive they turn up the saturation on the photos for emphasis. However, nothing I have purchased from Hirsts has disapointed me either. The seeds came with instructions good enough for a novice planter.

In the Rocky Mountain region around 70% of my seeds sprouted but only a small percent of those sprouts survived due to stubborn seed hulls. The plants that survived have done well and love to climb. The tomatoes I've gotten are a slightly darker red with green stripes and splotches, about the size of a Roma. The tomatoes are unusually fleshier than most and have more of a plum sweetness to them making them great for eating by themselves. Drying them brings out a hint of apple, again making them great alone or with a salad.
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By E. Sikorski on November 22, 2010
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This was my first time growing any type of unusual tomato. I picked these seeds due to the interesting color of the fruit, and the fact that they are an heirloom variety. Cost was a bit high, but figured it worth it for growing an usual type of tomato. I was pretty happy with the results from first time using them. The tomatos took awhile to grow but I was able to get descent amount of fruit from the plant. The mistake that I fix for next year will be to not let them sit on the vine too long. The color is not quite as pronounced as in the pictures when it is ripe. I let mine overripen which turned them into mush. After I screwed up a few, I picked the rest early and got good results. The flavor of the tomatoes was good, nice and juicy and sweet. These are worth checking out just for the weird looks you get when serving them!
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By WesternWilson on September 23, 2011
These tomatoes won two awards in our city garden...well, perhaps three!
1. First to ripen
2. Most amazing flavour
3. Ugggggleeee!!!
I don't think you could find a more delicious tomato, but the dark green guts gave us a shock...was the tomato rotten? Nope, just very pigmented. Don't let the black-green shoulders put you off, this is the best eating tomato you will ever have.
In our garden we needed very sturdy and very large cages; Black Krim needs room to grow. Consider drip irrigation as steady water availability reduces the shoulder cracking which is typical of this variety. We only grew one this year, to see how they did. Next year this will be the only tomato in our garden...we plan to plant a whole bunch. Too delicious!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By J. Hansberger on April 15, 2010
I've never had a garden before, and decided that not only would our own garden save us a bit of money, but also provide my two young children some healthy pastime activities, so I ordered these guys. Now, its still quite early in my growing season (April 16th in Chicago) however, I started these for the first time in my own mini greenhouse in my kitchen ( 5 tiers of prefab mesh shelving covered in clear plastic for $49 at my local garden store) and they are thriving! I am so amazed at how healthy they look already! I purchased 3 other varities of tomatoes and these are by far the most well off. They germinated in less than 7 days and have outgrown their original flats already. They have been transplanted into 4X4 flats already and even seem to be outgrowing them already! Frankly, I cant believe that they survived the first transplant seeing as I hacked off half of the initial root ball unintentionally. Like I said, novice. In any case, not only did they take to the new flats, they are thriving! Give these guys a shot. They look amazing so far. I will post another review come harvest time! Is it possible to overdose on tomatoes? Because I feel that come this summer, I just may...
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By FaithRiver on October 17, 2011
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I planted these outside in Montana in mid-June. Risky! I know! But these quickly grew into big, strong, healthy plants with very strong stems and branches, lush and beautiful. They fruited in abundance -- mega-abundance! Big and lovely. Toward the end of September we had ripening fruit, and brought the rest inside to finish at mid October. These are without a doubt the very best, sweetest, loveliest tomatoes I've ever tasted. And this was my first try growing ANY! We still have plenty and the BLT's are beyond comparison with these.

Will be growing more next year. Love 'em! And in my experience, the photo is 100% true! Ours look just like this.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Martin on July 28, 2010
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Dont miss these tomatos, the texture, flavor, and easiness to grow cannot be beaten!! Higly recommended!!!!!
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