Ten Fingers of Naples aka Dix Doights de Naples

A great paste tomato with a high yield of 1-3 oz elongated red fruit of about 5-6” that are produced in bunches, hence the name. The strong plants produce a large yield of firm and not juicy fruit with a point on the end. It has really good flavor and is great in salads or sauces.

Story:

From Tatiana’s TOMATObase:

  • Originated from Italy. (?)
  • The name translates Ten Fingers of Naples.
  • First offered in the Seed Savers 1997 Yearbook by Carolyn Male of Salem, New York (NY MA C) and Bill Minkey of Darien, Wisconsin (WI MI B).
Color: Red
Shape: Paste
Maturity: Mid Season
Plant Type: Indeterminate
Leaf Type: Regular
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