(85 days) Indeterminate. A beautiful paste tomato produces very long (7” or more) pointed fruits, some weighing over half a pound. The plants have heavy yields, full taste and very few seeds. This variety produces the biggest, sweetest dried tomatoes we have ever tasted and they are also good for canning and fresh salsa. This variety came to light in 1991 when given to the Seed Saver’s Exchange by R. W. Richardson of New York who swapped seed with a West Virginia farmer. The bedding plants of this variety are always kind of wimpy looking, but once planted out produce a very vigourous plant, and grows to well over 6 feet.