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An old family heirloom introduced by Tom Gallucci of Connecticut who received the seed from his wife’s grandfather, Mr. Prue of Massachusetts who was born around 1900 and had been growing the Prue tomato through the 1940s. Indeterminate, regular wispy leaf, highly productive plant produces 4-12 oz., red, elongated, fat, plum-shaped tomatoes (some with a variation of plum shape), (some with a nipple on the fruit’s blossom end). The fruit has delicious, robust, well-balanced flavors. Very few seeds. An all purpose tomato.