The African Queen variety is the legacy of the North Carolina family of Jack Maderis. The seeds were first marketed by Amy Goldman Fowler of Rihenbeck, who received them from seed collector John Coykencall of the Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee. John, in turn, received his seedlings from the aforementioned Jack Maderis in 1986, who said, “It will make great big pink tomatoes. The fruits are large, intensely pink and very tasty. They reach maturity about 80 days after planting. Plants are tall, need ties or stakes.
|Package size||10 pcs|
|The growing season||Mid-late|