West Virginia Sweetmeat
From Tatiana's TOMATOBase
- indet., regular leaf, 14-20 oz pink beefsteak fruit, outstanding flavor.
- Patty Brown, Maumee, OH 07
- 85 days, indet., regular leaf, 16-32 oz pink beefsteaks with excellent flavor.
- IL LO N 07 (Neil Lockhart of Oblong, IL)
Location: Bastrop, Texas
- Seeds originally came from Patty Brown of Ohio. Patty's mother, who lives in West Virginia, bought a plant at an Amish nursery at Hidden Valley, Marsdale, PA, and Patty saved seeds from the fruits. Patty called it 'Sweet Meat' and shared the seeds with her gardening friends via Tomatoville and Garden Web in the early 2000s. 'West Virginia' was added to the variety name later to indicate the origin of the tomato.
Also known as
- Sweet Meat (original name)
Susan Anderson (TX AN S): West Virginia Sweetmeat.
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