Tomato Seeds: Wooly Kate Yellow
Rare. Woolly Kate is one of the very few blue woolly type varieties. Seeds given to Gary Ibsen of TomatoFest in 2015 by Gary Cass from the Big Island of Hawaii, who has been working with this variety as part of a project working with L. hirsutum. Flavors tied to natural pest and disease resistance. Apparently, the woolly types are from a mutation that was found in a field of Rutgers. Indeterminate, regular leaf plants produce abundant crops of 1″-1 1/2″, cocktail-sized, round, fruits with blue/purple shoulders. The branches and some of the fruits are fuzzy, (like peach fuzz) and some are smooth. Good tart and sweet flavors. Plant grows well in Hawaii and other hot humid areas.
Mid-season. Indeterminate plant with regular, very fuzzy foliage. Yellow segregation of "Wooly Kate", developed by Tom Wagner. The fruits are fuzzy, too and have purple skin almost black while the flesh is yellow orange. Not only a great eye-catcher, but also great taste. Fruits are delicious and very sweet.
CULINARY USE- Salad
FLAVOR PROFILE- Sweet
FLESH COLOR- Yellow
FRUIT COLOR- Bi-Color / Purple / Yellow
FRUIT SHAPE- Round
FRUIT SIZE- Small
LEAF TYPE- Regular / Woolly / Angora
PLANT TYPE- Indeterminate
SPECIES- Solanum Lycopersicum
VARIETY- Open Pollinated
Approximate seed count- 10 seeds
Approximately 10 seeds