Ripe black tomatoes (Indigo Rose)

Ripe black tomatoes (Indigo Rose)

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Caption: Ripe black tomatoes (Solanum lycopersicum 'Indigo Rose'). This cultivar, the world's first black-skinned tomato plant, created by grafting, was introduced at the Chelsea Flower Show, UK, in 2014 by Suttons Seeds Ltd.

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