Lynwood AKA Lynnwood. Old-time variety from Virginia, named after the almost abandoned town of Lynnwood on the Shenandoah River.
This variety was offered by the late Chuck Wyatt of Maryland in his seed catalog. “Lynnwood – Where Madison Run joins the Shenandoah River stands the once prosperous village of Lynnwood, Virginia. Now only the old white, wooden church with its stained glass windows and this tomato remain.” First offered in the Seed Savers 2000 Yearbook by Chuck Wyatt of Baltimore, Maryland. The variety name was misspelled as Lynwood in the SSE Yearbooks since 2002. Indeterminate, regular leaf plant produces 6-10 oz. round, bright-red tomatoes with exceptional flavor. Prolific and bears over a long season.
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