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.
  • Item # 49158


Solanum lycopersicum unless noted.
Please see Tomato Cultural Notes for growing information.
Codes refer to our Key to Tomato Disease Tolerance.
Packet: Seed size varies considerably; 0.16 g unless noted (about 40-83 seeds) sows 100 ft.