Jim Dandy offtype (codenamed Butterscotch Bush) tomato

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Jim Dandy offtype (codenamed Butterscotch Bush) tomato

Raifu
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Here's my Jim Dandy offtype, or Butterscotch Bush tomato, so far, this year. I grew it in 2016, and at the time it basically a multiflora yellow nippled cherry the shape of a giant tumbleweed. The fruits looked the same as those of Yellow Riesentraube, but they tasted sweeter and more like butterscotch. It grew very vigorously in compact soil. I thinned the extra plants out, today (there were more to thin out than any other tomato, this year). The foliage is a lighter green, so far.

Jim Dandy offtype tomato plant. Code-named Butterscotch Bush.

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Location: SW Idaho, USA
Climate: BSk
USDA hardiness zone: 6
Elevation: 2,260 feet
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