Noire De Crimee

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Noire De Crimee
Maturity midseason
Growth habit indet.
Leaf type regular
Fruit color black
Fruit shape oblate
Fruit size medium
Fruit type slicer
Variety type open-pollinated, family heirloom
Country Russia, Ukraine
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Noire de Crimee (So1) - ripe fruit. 2012-09-30.

B.C KO T

Indet., regular leaf plants, round oblate dark purple/black fruits with dark shoulders, 6-10 oz, excellent flavor. (15 seeds/packet). We also have a brown/black version (seeds originally from Sand Hill Preservation Center ).

Seed source:

1. Sand Hill Preservation Center 05 (brown/black)
2. Solana Seeds 04 (purple/black)

Year grown: 2006(1), 2011(1), 2012(2), 2015(1)

Location: Zone 7b, PNW, Anmore, BC, Canada (760 ft above sea level)


IL LO N

75 days, indet., regular leaf plant with a high yield of 4-6 oz purple brown fruit with green shoulders, very good flavor.

Seed source:

Bill Minkey of Darien, Wisconsin (WI MI B) 02 / Chuck Wyatt of Baltimore, Maryland (MD WY C) 98 / Howard C. Essl of Bethesda, Maryland (MD ES H) 97

Year grown:

Location: Oblong, Illinois


GERM SC K

dark tomato (deep purple) with shoulders, good taste

Seed source:

Manfred Hahm-Hartmann

Year grown: 2011

Location: Quitzdorf am See, Germany



History

  • Family heirloom from Russia, a strain of Black Krim.
  • Carolyn Male, Joe Bratka, Bill Minkey and Craig LeHoullier received Nore de Crimee seeds from Norbert Parreira, France in 1992, in a large seed exchange.



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Facts about Noire De CrimeeRDF feed
Also known asNoir de Crimee +
CountryRussia, Ukraine +
DescriptionIndet., regular leaf plants, round oblate dark purple/black fruits with dark shoulders, 6-10 oz, excellent flavor. (15 seeds/packet). We also have a brown/black version (seeds originally from Sand Hill Preservation Center ).
Fruit colorblack +
Fruit shapeoblate +
Fruit sizemedium +
Fruit typeslicer +
Growth habitindet. +
History* Family heirloom from Russia, a strain of Black Krim.
  • Carolyn Male, Joe Bratka, Bill Minkey and Craig LeHoullier received Nore de Crimee seeds from Norbert Parreira, France in 1992, in a large seed exchange.
Leafregular +
Maturitymidseason +
Member codeB.C KO T +, IL LO N + and GERM SC K +
See alsoBlack Krim + and Chernyi Krim +
Seed source1. Sand Hill Preservation Center 05 (brown/black)
2. Solana Seeds 04 (purple/black)
Variety typeopen-pollinated + and family heirloom +
VendorSand Hill Preservation Center +, Tatiana's TOMATObase Seeds +, Solana Seeds +, Heritage Tomato Seed +, Delectation of Tomatoes + and Heirloom Tomatoes +
Year grown2006(1) +, 2011(1) +, 2012(2) + and 2015(1) +
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