Indigo Rose tomato seeds OK, not my favorite tomato, but it is more from seeing people pick this one too early and raving about the flavor. This tomato in fact has to go to complete ripeness on the vines or it tastes like crap! OK, there I said it, fully ripe it is ok tasting at best. It has a great look and was Developed by Jim Myers at Oregon State University who used anthocyanin genes found in wild tomatoes in the 1960s. Anthocyanins are what make blueberries blue and they are packed full of antioxidants, which makes them really cool, (dances with smurfs and black dragon are much better tasting.) I ate a ton of these this year trying to love them but I only still like it. People ask me about it all the time, so here it is. I love the research and the history here so it is worth adding a super healthy and great look to your cherry mix for the summer.