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Oxheart Tomatoes Are Perfect for Slicing, Stuffing or Sauce

Gardening Jones | February 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

Appropriately named for their shape and size, oxheart varieties of tomato can produce fruit that weigh up to three pounds. They are very meaty with few seeds, making them a great slicing tomato. (My dad’s favorite tomatoes are the ones …

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