'Jolly' tomato (30092 bytes)

"Jolly" Tomato

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AAS Vegetable Award Winner

'Jolly' is a delicious, new pink tomato.  The vigorous indeterminate vines produce abundant clusters of 1 ounce peach shaped fruit.  Gardeners can expect 9 to 14 tomatoes per cluster. 'Jolly' plants yield ripe fruit in about 70 to 75 days from transplanting.  'Jolly will produce the highest quality tomatoes if vines are pruned and tied to vertical support.  'Jolly' plants are easy to grow, offering meaty, sweet pink tomatoes fresh from your garden.

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