Stonors Most Prolific
Indeterminate. Cordon. The donor of this tomato is a 1940s enthusiast and saw this variety mentioned in adverts dating back to at least 1940, before Suttons acquired the seeds from F Stonor of Southampton. Suttons began marketing the variety in around 1942, when it made its first appearance in their seed catalogue. It produces strong plants and small, firm, orange-red fruits with pinkish-red flesh, perfect for eating raw in salads and sandwiches. Also great for tomato sauces.
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