Three Sisters tomato

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Three Sisters
Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)
Type Heirloom
Vine Indeterminate
Plant height 9 feet
Fruit Weight 6 oz
Leaf Potato leaf
Resist. V, F
Color Red (pink)
Shape Plum, globe

The Three Sisters is a variety of tomato, so named because the plant grows vegetables in three different shapes, each given plant producing only one of the three:

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