Angora

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Angora
Maturity midseason
Growth habit indet.
Leaf type regular
Fruit color red
Fruit shape
Fruit size small
Fruit type slicer, salad
Variety type commercial heirloom
Country USA

History

"(68 days) Fuzzy, grayish white leaves and stems. Medium indeterminate vine growth. A most beautiful plant as the brilliant red tomatoes appear through the foliage. Medium size velvety-smooth fruits are extremely solid and rarely crack. A most delicious, very mild flavor. A very beautiful garden setting may be had by alternate planting of our Golden Glow tomato and flowers. A few plants will not come true in Angora; these can be detected in the seedling stage by the absence of fuzz on the leaves, which can be pulled and discarded."

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Seed Availability

Year Commercial Vendors Seed Savers Yearbook (Member listings) Seeds of Diversity (Member listings)
2017 . .
2016 . .
2015 . .
2014 Gleckler Seedmen . .
2013 Sand Hill Preservation Center . .
2012 Gleckler Seedmen
Sand Hill Preservation Center
4 0
2011 Gleckler Seedmen
Sand Hill Preservation Center
5 2
2010 Gleckler Seedmen
Sand Hill Preservation Center
TomatoFest (as Angora Super Sweet)
4 .
2009 Gleckler Seedmen
Sand Hill Preservation Center
5 .
2008 Sand Hill Preservation Center 6 .
2007 Sand Hill Preservation Center 7 .




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