Oregon Spring (red) 3-5oz

Recommended as a “hedge” in northern climates for cold summers. Bred to be set out in cool spring temps. When most other varieties fail to ripen in time, Oregon Spring matures good-sized fruit in August, actually performing best during cool summers. Develops more cosmetic defects in the heat and humidity. Bears succulent almost seedless red fruits, up to 4″ but somewhat variable. Tastes unusually good for such an early variety. Bred and developed from Russian parents by Dr. Jim Baggett of OSU and released in 1984. Parthenocarpic. Resistant to V 3-5 oz tomatoes – Determinate



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