Family heritage from New Zealand. Featured in the 1997 Seed Savers Yearbook by Carolyn Homme and cited in her book "100 Heirlooms tomatoes for Americain gardener".
Fruit 150-300 grams, round, slightly flattened at the poles and with wavy and/or ribbed shoulders. Clusters of 4 to 6 fruits.
Dark orange skin, shoulders remain more or less green and it is at full maturity that they become colored.
Dense and firm flesh with excellent taste, balanced flavor not too sweet.
Plant with moderate development, bushy, regular foliage, undetermined growth.
Average but regular production.
Good resistance to soil diseases.
Bag of about 15 seeds.