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June Pink’ appears to be almost identical to ‘Earliana.’, Some seed sources speak of the two varieties as though they are the same. ‘Earliana’ was developed at the turn-of-the-century as growers attempted to bring the earliest tomato to market and first offered commercially in 1900 by Johnson and Stokes. June Pink are indeterminate, regular-leaf plants that yield clusters of 4-6 beautiful, 12 oz., uniformly round, rose-pink tomatoes. We consider this a perfect market tomato because of it’s visual appeal and it’s wonderful sweet/tart flavors. June Pink produces well until frost and appears to have good disease resistance. A good salad and canning tomato. A good, prolific tomato good for hot regions as well as cooler growing regions.