The Cherokee was one of the first "black" tomatoes and the first to be popularly recognized as an heirloom. This tasty tomato was mistaken as over-ripe when first compared to hothouse versions. Indeed, the purple skin absorbs the suns rays voraciously.
Cherokee Heirloom Tomato
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