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Marianna's Peace Tomato
Marianna's Peace tomato
Marianna's Peace Tomato
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Marianna's Peace Certified Naturally Grown Seed
85 days, indeterminate — Reportedly a family heirloom from Czechoslovakia dating back to the early 1900s. The plants have potato leaf foliage with fruits that are deep reddish-pink, weighing around a pound with a good, sweet / acid balanced flavor.  They are very meaty and a shy-seeded variety like 'Brandywine.'

This variety has been rare, highly sought after since its introduction in about 2001. It is becoming widely available and finally affordable. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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Buttery Smooth
This is a very mild tomato with a distinctive buttery smooth texture. Slightly sweet with low acid. Skin is relatively thin and splits easily. We will plant them again next year for variety.
Reviewed by: Chris Jueschke from Covington, GA. on 7/7/2014
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