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Golden Jubilee Tomato

You might be a redneck if you incorporate tomato plants into your landscaping. well, we must be, because this year (2011) we have 4 tomato plants in our flower bed area. This Golden Jubilee Tomato is one of our four tomato plants.

We started our tomato plants a little later than would probably be normal here in zone 7, but they are growing well. All have some tomatoes on them, but only the cherry tomatoes have had ripe tomatoes so far. 

While putting tomatoes in the flower bed or in the landscaping might seem a little redneck, it's actually a great way get some homegrown vegetables without having to go through all the work associated with a garden. Two or three tomato plants can produce enough fresh tomatoes to keep most families from needing to buy any tomatoes.


Common Name: Golden Jubilee Tomato
Fruit Size: ? oz
Matures: 73 - 80 days
Calories: 38, 1 cup sliced or chopped
weight (g): 180
Water (%): 94
Protein (g): 2
Total Fat (g): 1
Saturated Fat (g): 0.1
Mono-unsaturated Fat (g): 0.1
Poly-unsaturated Fat (g): 0.2
Carbohydrates (g): 8
Total Dietary Fiber (g): 2.0
Calcium (mg): 9
Iron (mg): 0.8
Potasium (mg): 400
Sodium (mg): 16
Vitamin A (IU): 1,121
Thiamin (mg): 0.11
Riboflavin (mg): 0.09
Niacin (mg): 1.1
Ascorbic acid (mg): 34

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