From Tatiana's TOMATOBase
- indet., regular leaf plant with a good yield of large red-pink beefsteaks, slightly ribbed, meaty and firm interior, great sweet flavor, up to 1 lb.
- Mireille Blais, Quebec, Canada 07
Year grown: 2007
- Originated at the beginning of the 20th century, when the Sorrento shipowners, who shipped lemons to the Americas, imported the seed directly from the New World. Since the beginning of the 1990s, this tomato has also been grown in limited areas of plains in the communes near Vesuvius, such as Gragnano, Boscoreale and Torre Annunziata.
- There is a different cultivar also called Sorrento (E0208A), bred and vended by Ferry-Morse Seed Co, which is a pear shaped tomato introduced in 1975.
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