Oxheart tomatoes have been commonly used for canning and sauce for generations. The name refers to the pointed heart shape of the tomato. Because of their thick, meaty flesh, Oxheart tomatoes perform very well for preserving.
All Oxheart tomatoes have indeterminate growth, which means they don’t stop growing during their lifetime, continuing to flower and produce fruit until killed by frost. Provide Oxheart tomatoes with a stake or tomato cage when you plant them outside.
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