(Solanum lycopersicum) Said to have originated in a village 20 miles from Budapest around 1900.
Jerry Muller of Alabama (formerly of Tennessee) was the first SSE member to offer this variety;
in 1988 he listed his seed source as Ed Simon of Pennsylvania. Huge pink oxheart fruits .
Very few seeds and almost no cracking.One of our favorites for fresh eating, canning, and for making roasted tomato sauce. Indeterminate, 85 days from
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