75 days, indeterminate
— 'Ailsa Craig' has regular-leaf plants that produce lots of slightly flattened globe shaped, red colored, two to four ounce tomatoes borne in clusters. Juicy and good flavored. Popular for a traditional English breakfast.
'Ailsa Craig', named after a small rocky island off the coast of England, was bred by Alan Balch from a cross of 'Fillbasket' and 'Sunrise', and introduced in 1912 by Alexander and Brown of Perth, Scotland. It has been used as a greenhouse variety in Great Britain.
Our original seed was USDA GRIN accession number PI 262995. Each packet contains at least 20 seeds.