Darker, rounder and with a more distinct green shoulder than KARMA purple, this one grows on small branched Multiflora trusses on compact indeterminate potato leaf plants. Meaty and big purple cherries, dark green gel.
Thin skins as in all of the KARMA varieties make them wonderful for eating but there is a risk of splitting if it rains. For that reason Karen Olivier recommends picking them at blush if rain is expected and avoid inconsistent watering especially when fruit are ripening . This will ensure the best tomato flavour and reduced risk of tomatoes splitting from excess water being absorbed.
Seeds from and info + photo used with permission of Karen Olivier of Northern Gardener