80 days. (Indeterminate) [Introduced 1995 by SESE, seed from Dr. Carolyn Male.] This German heirloom resembles a strawberry in color and shape, though much larger! Meaty with scant seed and juice, the flavor spectrum runs broad and deep. A favorite at our 2007 festival. Fruits average 10 oz, 3 x 3½ in. Shoulders are smooth to slightly ribbed and slower to ripen. Plants have light foliage cover. Pkt.


Please see Tomato Cultural Notes for growing information.

Codes refer to the Key to Tomato Disease Tolerance.
See our Tomato Variety Guide for recommendations for disease-resistant, storage, and extra early varieties.

Packet: Seed size varies considerably, 0.08-0.16g (approximately 40-80 seeds, depending on variety, average 64 seeds) sows 100'.