Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Sandul Moldovan, Black Krim, and Opalka

Sandul Moldovan (Smooth)---
The other day I thought I had a volunteer sunflower pop up near my tomatoes. Turns out this beautiful blossom is from my Sandul Moldovan plant.

Black Krim---
A luscious-looking black tomato that I can't wait to taste! This is one on the many large tomatoes on my plant. It is very high-yielding and vigorous. A few shoots have died from wilt, but they were removed promptly and the plant continues to thrive. One of the earliest to begin to ripen in my garden.

A horn-shaped tomato that produces in clusters of 2-5. Good yields and tolerance to disease. Wispy foliage. I hear it is one of the best-tasting paste tomatoes out there. They haven't started to ripe yet in my garden.


  1. Hi Kim,

    Your black krim looks great! i have been so happy with the taste and production of my BK. please keep me posted on the taste of Opalka as I have heard great things.

  2. Absolutely. I have some large ones, but they haven't started to show any pink yet. My taste buds are waiting anxiously!