65-70 days - USA/Australia - Dwarf Indeterminate!
I love this thing - love it! One of my knock-out performers last year. Good grief it's yummy. Deep and balanced with a 'spicy' beginning and a sweet finish. So good - you can't wait to try them. They are like little fluted beefsteaks in shape and the color is mahogany/brown/chocolate... The plant is another dwarf indeterminate - a 3' plant that keeps bearing - wow. It used to be called 'Grumpy' and is part of the Dwarf Tomato Project and is a cross between Black From Tula and Budai Torpe. Super glad to welcome this tomato to the mountains.