Mrs. Beiswenger of Crookston, MN is credited for introducing this tomato to the Seed Savers Network. She received the tomato seeds from Mrs. Englert of Sandpoint, ID in 1980. Mrs. Englert was 72 at the time at said “Nebraskan brides were given seeds of this tomato as a wedding gift. It was said to have been brought from MN by pioneers in the late 1800s via covered wagons. And it thrived in cold, windy Nebraska.”
Nebraska Wedding has apricot-orange skin and flesh. 3-4" globes are juicy with a well balanced acid-sweet flavor and can weight up to a pound.
Determinate. 4-5 fruits per cluster. Perfect tomato shape, meaty and great flavor. Sharp sweet taste. Excellent for salad, fresh sauces and salsas. Wonderful with a vinaigrette dressing. Heirloom from Nebraska.
Producing 8 to 10 oz fruits, this orange variety has an excellent flavor. The shoulders are always smooth and never crack. It produces fruit in clusters. The Nebraska Wedding Tomato gets its name because it originated in Nebraska, and because it is an early setter, setting fruit as early as June (which of course is the month of weddings). It tolerates a wide variety of climates. Being a low-acid tomato, it is also sweeter than average.
This planting has been archived (Died).
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