Kansas Depression-10 seeds

This is probably the best pink tomato I’ve eaten in years.  It is like eating a fresh, juicy peach.  I will be growing it again next season. Huge fruits, most overaging about 1 lb. Not super productive but because the taste is so unbelievably good, I would say who cares? Not much is known on the history. It was introduced by the SEED SAVERS EXCHANGE (SSE TOMATO 994). Judging by the name, it was  probably kept and saved by a family in Kansas and might have come from the depression era. If you like sweet and juicy, this is a must grow!!!! A rockstar of a tomato.




Potato Leaf

Late Season