Unlike hybrids, they are not selectively bred for taste or appearance. They are open-pollinated, growing ‘true to type’ plants, like their predecessors, from seed. Heirloom Tomato Plants will add untraditional color and pleasing variety to your garden harvest.
NEW! Mild & sweet 5-7 oz fruits. In 1870, Colonel George E Waring, Jr, of Newport, Rhode Island, sold these seeds at the enormous price of $5.00 per packet. Many purchased these seeds in pursuit of the $100.00 reward for the largest specimen tomato. Nearly every seed company in America was carrying the Trophy variety. Try growing a large tomato like they did in the past! A heirloom variety from the Rhode Island, USA. Great slicing tomato.
Growth Type: Indeterminate
Maturity: 80 days