Although recently introduced in the U.S. by Southern Exposure Seed Exchange, this late 19th century indeterminate tomato variety originated from the Black Forest region of Germany. It produces smooth, round, blemish free fruits, which are pinkish-purple in color. It performs well in hot, humid climates and is resistant to foliar and fruit diseases.
Fruits ripen evenly within 78 days of planting. Sow seed in doors in pots and plant when soil warms in late spring; full sun.
Approximately 35-40 seeds per pack.