Introduced to SSE in 1995 by Barbara Fath of Pleasant Plain, Ohio, who received seeds from her late mother-in-law Phyllis Marlowe in the late 1980s, who was given seeds by her mother-in-law, Madeline Marlowe from Charleston, West Virginia, who grew this variety for 50 years before moving to Ohio and gifted seeds to Barbara Fath. Indeterminate plants (originally potato leaf and regular leaf) produce moderate amounts of pink, 3″, 12 oz., beefsteak tomatoes with a wonderful, unique, sweet , yet mild, well-balanced flavors. Good disease resistance. Bears until frost.
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