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Bought these to be Better Boy, they aren't. That is a good thing. These are the only tomatoes doing anything in this drought. Have gotten probably 50 tomatoes off this plant in the last month. Look like very small Roma type, except pink when ripe, and they grow in bunches like Grape Tomatoes. Great Taste!
Would like to know what they are so that I can plant them again next year.
Do you think the seed would reproduce true?

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there is only one way to find out, lol.
 

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Sounds like you are another victim of the common prank of switching tags. Someone else wanted to grow a grape tomato and is getting Better Boy!

There are a number of grape tomatoes suddenly flooding the market. The most common pink one is Sugary. Although it's a hybrid, it's quite probable that it will produce close to the parent plant. The original such type was Santa which proved to be 95% correct when F2 seeds are planted back.

Martin
 
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