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‘Rhoades Heirloom’ was first introduced in Seed Savers 2007 Yearbook by Val and Dan McMurray of Wynndel, Canada who received the original seed from Al Anderson of Troy, Ohio in the 2000s and named it ‘Rhoades Heirloom’. Indeterminate plants with regular leaf foliage produce lots of large (14-28oz./400-800g) smooth, oblate, bi-colored, yellow tomatoes with red blush on the blossom end and red marbling inside. When fully ripe, they can turn almost pink outside. Sweet and fruity flavors are well-balanced with acidic notes. Midseason, about 80 days to maturity.