Seeds oper pack: 25
Days till maturity: 75
A classic heirloom bred for market production that could tolerate the hot humid summers of the Southeast coast. First grown in Marion South Carolina, this tomato was named after the town because it helped farmers in the area to have a reliable marketable crop that out competed other varieties, and tasted better too. Originally intended to be a processing tomato, these tomatoes were used in ketchup, soup, paste, and sauce, but today can be consumed fresh, in salads, on pizza, and on sandwiches with no complaints. Plants produce large clusters of 3-6 tomatoes weighing an average of 8oz. and offer a very traditional “vine ripened” tomato cluster that sells well in market and tastes great in the kitchen.