Queen of the Night tomato

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Queen of the Night tomato

Raifu
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Here's my Queen of the Night tomato plant that I'm growing, this year. This picture was taken on 27 May 2020. Note that the same rock fell on this plant and squashed it twice. The rock was holding up the excess black plastic. I moved it further away after that. The plant survived both times, of course. Although you may not be able to tell from the picture, there was visible anthocyanin on the foliage at the time I took the picture.

Queen of the Night tomato plant.

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Location: SW Idaho, USA
Climate: BSk
USDA hardiness zone: 6
Elevation: 2,260 feet
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Re: Queen of the Night tomato

Raifu
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I just saved seeds from this and I accidentally labeled them Dark Queen instead. I don't think I actually have Dark Queen, so I'll have to remember that. Also, the seeds in the first pack or two I saved are very undersized and I don't know if they're viable.

Anyway, the plant suffered from being squashed by a rock twice; so, it had a delayed start. It is vigorous. I'm not excited about the taste, but it's okay.

Queen of the Night tomato fruit. 25 August 2020.
Queen of the Night tomato fruit, sliced in two. 25 August 2020.
Location: SW Idaho, USA
Climate: BSk
USDA hardiness zone: 6
Elevation: 2,260 feet
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