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Named after the late Dr. John Wyche who supposedly lived in the mountains and fertilized his garden with manure from a nearby zoo. Seeds for this variety were sent to Craig LeHoullier by John D. Green in 1992. Undoubtedly one of the best tasting yellow tomatoes to be found. A indeterminate heirloom that produces slightly flattened, smooth, 10-16 0z., blemish-free, golden-yellow fruit with a meaty interior and few seeds. It’s rich, sweet flavor and larger size sets this variety apart from other yellow heirlooms.