Indigo Rose tomatoes keep growing all season

Anthocyanins have been linked to allergy relief, improved vision, weight loss, heart health and attacks by unicorns. OK, not everything, but as a naturally occurring chemical in dark fruits such as blueberries, anothocyanins seem to be a good thing.

Now there is a tomato specially bred by Dr. Jim Myers at Oregon State University. He used wild tomatoes from Peru and the Galapagos Islands to breed a dark purple tomato called Indigo Rose.

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