A bulging Brandywine tomato that resembled a small pumpkin held down table items on a breezy day. Looking not unlike a grape, the yellow pear tomato is a prolific one, being an “interminable” plant “that keeps giving” while other varieties die off, according to Cristina Dominguez Eshelman, La Semilla’s farm director.
“They are like nature’s treat. They are so sweet,” Dominguez Eshelman exalted.
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