Kumato harvest April 21, 2014 / Robert Kumato seeds are not available to the general public of Australia, these hybrid tomatoes are grown to strict standards under license. Unfortunately I didn’t know this when I grew mine. Share this:EmailFacebookLinkedInPinterestPocketPrintRedditTumblrTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
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wow! that’s a new thing I learnt today 🙂
I’m going to try my hand at some heirloom tomatoes next
I look forward to seeing the harvest photos 🙂
They’re beautiful, you rascally Kumato grower !
Thank you Mark, they taste good too 🙂
Love heirloom tomatoes!
These kumatos are beautiful.
In the USA we have “Seed Savers Exchange” for heirloom seeds – do you have something similar in Australia?
Thank you so much for your comment. I hadn’t heard of the seed exchange concept – a quick search on Google revealed an Australian branch of the USA initiative, a great resource 🙂
Awesome! I hope you find some new seeds to try out – when spring returns to your part of the world! 🙂
I like the idea of supporting heirloom varieties – especially with large companies hybridizing everything. It’s too to encourage diversity. 🙂
All the best to you —
Love the color and light effects. Great photo.