Mortgage Lifter Tomato  				Replaces Cool Breeze. Corentine is a rather smooth pickling cucumber combining a good early yield with excellent firmness. The fruits have a perfect shape and a dark green colour. 			  							   								RareRE-INTRODUCED FOR 2012! BACK-ORDERED.  (80 days) Indeterminate. A fabled tomato, this was developed by a man named Marshall Byles, also known as "Radiator Charlie", who cross-bred his best tomatoes for 6 years until he was happy with this one. People would…

Mortgage Lifter Tomato Replaces Cool Breeze. Corentine is a rather smooth pickling cucumber combining a good early yield with excellent firmness. The fruits have a perfect shape and a dark green colour. RareRE-INTRODUCED FOR 2012! BACK-ORDERED. (80 days) Indeterminate. A fabled tomato, this was developed by a man named Marshall Byles, also known as "Radiator Charlie", who cross-bred his best tomatoes for 6 years until he was happy with this one. People would…

Mortgage Lifter Tomato- 85 days. Large, smooth, 1-lb. pink fruit have a delicious, rich, sweet taste. UF extension recommended for south/central Florida

Mortgage Lifter Tomato- 85 days. Large, smooth, 1-lb. pink fruit have a delicious, rich, sweet taste. UF extension recommended for south/central Florida

How to Grow Mortgage Lifter Tomato | Guide to Growing Mortgage Lifter Tomatoes

How to Grow Mortgage Lifter Tomato | Guide to Growing Mortgage Lifter Tomatoes

Heirloom Mortgage Lifter Tomato Heirloom Seeds Grown par CheapSeeds, $2.99

Graines d’héritage héritage, hypothèque poussoir tomate, cultivés sur notre ferme, 20 graines

Heirloom Mortgage Lifter Tomato Heirloom Seeds Grown par CheapSeeds, $2.99

Uncredited-In this undated photo provided by Seed Savers Exchange, Halladay's Mortgage Lifter tomatoes are shown here. This tomato was developed in the Depression Era 1930s and earned its "Mortgage Lifter'' nickname after the amateur plant breeder was able to pay off his house mortgage from the sale of the plants. (AP Photo/Seed Savers Exchange)

Uncredited-In this undated photo provided by Seed Savers Exchange, Halladay's Mortgage Lifter tomatoes are shown here. This tomato was developed in the Depression Era 1930s and earned its "Mortgage Lifter'' nickname after the amateur plant breeder was able to pay off his house mortgage from the sale of the plants. (AP Photo/Seed Savers Exchange)

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