Specializing in rare and endangered heirloom vegetable, flower, herb & ancient grain seed.
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This historic tomato was named in honor of Umberto 1, King of Italy in 1878. By 1884 the W. Atlee Burpee and Company introduced it to Americans. In Italy, the entire plants were harvested in the autumn and the immature fruit would continue ripening indoors for long periods of time. The tomatoes were also used for cooking and sauces. The plants are very productive and produce many 1-2 oz small red fruit which are fig to pear shape. Indeterminate. (75 days from transplant) EXTREMELY RARE.
25 seeds per packet.