An excellent variety of established tomato, a family heirloom of one of the families of the Amish community. According to available information, the seeds of this variety were purchased by Douglas Wallace of Minnesota in the late 1990s. A tall plant with potato leaves needs to be tied. The fruit is very large, weighing from half a kilogram to a kilogram. Pink, slightly flattened and very fleshy, type of beefsteak. The skin is delicate, often with clear cracks in the area of the peduncle. Excellent taste, intense aroma. Perfect for salads and sandwiches. The fruits reach maturity after about 80 days after planting into the ground.
|Package size||10 pcs|
|The growing season||Early|