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Farallones Orange Tomato came from the Occidental Arts and Ecology Center (OAEC). Named after the famed seal island just off the coast from San Francisco. Actually, the OAEC took over the 76 acres that used to be the Farallones institute. Indeterminate, regular leaf plant produces medium yields of 10-14 oz., beautiful orange beefsteak tomatoes with delicious complex sweet flavors. Perfect sandwich tomato or for slicing into a tomato salad.