Ding Wall Scotty

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Ruth Smith, who used to garden in Scotland, suspects that the name Ding Wall Scotty may have originated in a town in Scotland off the Cromarty Firth called Dingwall (The name means ‘parliament field’). The town began sometime before AD 800 when Vikings settled there. It is suspected that the tomato seeds may have come from an old Estate greenhouse near there and may have been brought here to America by an immigrant by the name of Ding Wall Scotty. Narrow, upright, heirloom plants producing clusters of 3 to 4, 2-inch, round, red tomatoes with rich flavors and just the right touch of acidity. A wonderful tomato!

Varieties
Heirloom / Open Pollinated
Fruit Colors
Red
Flesh Colors
Red
Fruit Shapes
Oblate
Fruit Sizes
Saladette / Small
Culinary Uses
Salad
Maturities
Mid-season
Plant Types
Indeterminate
Leaves
Regular
Flavors
Well-balanced