A unique and fun-to-grow heirloom, passed down to food historian William Woys Weaver from his Mennonite grandfather’s seed collection. This variety was once grown for exhibiting at county fairs in Pennsylvania, according to Mr. Weaver. Indeterminate, regular leaf plant produces medium-sized, slightly-flattened fruit that are cream-colored and waxy in appearance with delicate, low acid, fruity-sweet flavors. Delicious. Perfect for those who are sensitive to acid in tomatoes. RARE.
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