Indigo Rose, a truly purple tomato, has been bred at Oregon State University as the first variety to come from OSU's program to breed for high levels of antioxidants in tomatoes. (Photo by Tiffany Woods.)

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  • highdesertblossom 3y

    Want to try this in our demonstration garden on the other side of the mountain.
  • King1214 3y

    How do we try this purple Oregon State tomato in Our garden??? both my Husband & i went to OSU 1973-1977
    Terrie & Mark Rees

    Any chance?
  • Larissa 3y

    i bought a plant at the Master Gardener OSU plant sale, so excited to see how it goes! thanks! :)
  • Eric Royer Stoner 3y

    The marvels of plant breeding . . .
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