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‘Rose Beauty’ is a very old heirloom tomato that was grown by the Dale Rose family in Kentucky, USA, who resided on Happy Top Mountain on the Estill/Jackson County line in the late 1920s/early 1930s. Austin Isaacs of Berea, Kentucky, first presented it in the Seed Savers Exchange 2001 Yearbook. First commercially marketed in 2008 by Mariane Jones of Marianna’s Heirloom Seeds.
An indeterminate tomato plant with regular leaf foliage, bearing large (7-14oz./200-400g), oblate, pale yellow fruits with pink blush at the blossom end. Very dense flesh is meaty, sweet, and juicy. Mid-season, about 78-84 days after transplant.