Salsa Garden Tomato Database: Blush, Lycopersicon, lycopersicum

Cultivar/Variety: Blush

Family: Solanaceae

Genus: Lycopersicon

Species: lycopersicum

Origin: United States

Seed Type
Intentional Cross

Growth Habit
Indeterminate

Leaf Type
Regular Leaf

Fruit Color
Striped
Yellow

Fruit Shape
Cherry
Elongated

Fruit Size
Small

Fruit Usage
Fresh
Salad
Snacking

Maturity
Mid-Season

Description: Developed by Fred Hemple in California. http://baianicchia.blogspot.ca/2012/10/blush-wins.html

Places To Find Seeds For This Variety
Seed Cellar
Baker Creek
Casey’s Heirloom Tomatoes
Heritage Tomato Seeds
Johnny’s Selected Seeds
Nature and Nurture Seeds
Solana Seeds
The Sample Seed Shop
Tomato Growers
Trade Winds Fruit

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Posted by starlight1153 on Aug 6, 2015 9:08 AM CST:
If you like a meaty, yet juicy tomato that is on the sweet side than Blush is one to grow. This very productive plant makes clusters of 6 to 8 tomatoes at a time.

The tomatoes are a golden yellow with very faint red stripes.

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