|Fruit color||pink, red|
|Variety type||family heirloom|
- Indet., potato leaf, large pink beefsteaks, 10-14 oz, very good balanced flavor. Although it is supposed to be red as Bill Malin described them, mine were definitely pink (clear skin), and my seeds came directly from Bill Malin. I am not sure if his seeds were crossed or mixed, or not stable from the get go, as I am not the only one reporting pink fruits.
- Bill Malin, Hillsboro, New Mexico 07
Year grown: 2012
- 80 days, indet., potato leaf plant, 8-14 oz pink beefsteak fruit, very good flavor, good yield.
- Al Anderson of Troy, Ohio (OH AN A) 06 / Bill Malin, New Mexico
Location: Oblong, Illinois
- 85-90 days, indet., potato leaf plants, 6-12 oz fruit, very good to excellent taste. Malin family heirloom.
- Tom Micholas in New Jersey 06 / Bill Malin of New Mexico
Location: Bastrop, Texas
- 85 days, indet., potato leaf, red fruit to 1 lb., very productive.
- T. Micholas / William Malin, New Mexico
Location: Pasadena, Texas
- Family heirloom from William Malin, Hillsboro, New Mexico. Mr. Malin shared his seeds with quite a few tomato growers in the mid-late 2000s. Bill Malin said that it is supposed to be red, but many folks who grew this variety from seeds received directly from Bill reported it to be pink.
- First offered in the Seed Savers 2007 Yearbook by Al Anderson of Troy, Ohio (OH AN A), who got it from William Malin.
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Grandpa Willie - flower. 2012-06-28.
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Grandpa Willie - sliced fruit. 2012-09-19.
Susan Anderson (TX AN S): Grandpa Willie. 2007.