Pearl Harbor Tomato
This is an heirloom tomato from an old Hawaiian cultivar from the University of Hawaii, released around 1945. These tomatoes were named because of the bombing at Pearl Harbor. A mid-season tomato plant with regular leaf foliage. An indeterminate variety that produces these red beefsteak tomatoes. The weights can range from 5 ounces up to 10 ounces These fruit have well-balanced flavors with slight acidity and a tanginess. This tomato could be used for slicing, canning, garnishes, or salsas. If you like Pearl Harbor Tomato, you may like Piombino Italian Heirloom Tomato. Be sure to head on over to our YouTube channel. We have over 500 tomato reviews on our channel.