Black Krim tomato plants produce large tomatoes with deep reddish-purple skin. In hot, sunny conditions, the skin turns nearly black. The reddish-green flesh is rich and sweet with a slightly smoky, homegrown flavor. A type of indeterminate tomato, growing Black Krim tomatoes requires about 70 days from transplant to harvest. If you are interested in growing Black Krim tomatoes in your garden this year or next season, read on to learn how. Black Krim Tomato Facts Also known as Black Crimea, Black Krim tomato plants are native to Russia. These tomato plants are considered heirlooms, meaning the seeds have been passed down from generation to generation. Some growers will say heirloom plants are those that have been passed down for at least 100 years while others say 50 years is sufficient time to be considered an heirloom. Scientifically, heirloom tomatoes are open pollinated, which means that, unlike hybrids, the plants are pollinated naturally.
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