Native to the USA. Large fruit weighing 150 to 400 grams, dark pink, more or less flattened and ribbed at the top.
This variety was discovered in the early 2000s by Earl Cadenhead from Red Brandywine seed. He found the taste so exceptional that he distributed the seeds to members of Tomatoville and this variety became very popular and was included in the Seed Saver Yearbook in 2005.
Large, dark pink fruit weighing 150-400 grams, more or less flattened and ribbed at the top. Wide but shallow depression at the stem attachment, trace of umbilicus in corky circle.
Very fine and melting beefy flesh, few seeds in specially shaped boxes on the small fruits. Excellent sweetness.
Tendency to burst, thin skin.
Potato leafy and vigorously growing variety.
Medium to big
+ or - 1.8m