A potato leaf variant that was found in a pack of Giant Syrian seed purchased from Seed Savers Exchange by Carol Knapps of Wisconsin in 2008. First offered in the Seed Savers 2012 Yearbook by Neil Lockhart of Oblong, Illinois, who got the seeds from Earl Bassett, Onaway, Michigan in 2011. Indeterminate, potato leaf plants produce medium-sized pink beefsteak tomatoes, very similar to the regular leaf version of Giant Syrian. Very good flavor.
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