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Peak of Perfection Tomato
'Peak of Perfection' tomatoes.
Peak of Perfection Tomato
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Peak of Perfection Certified Naturally Grown Seed

90 days, indeterminate — 'Peak of Perfection' has vigorous, productive plants with fruits that are smooth, globe-shaped, six to eight ounces, pink, and nice flavored.

According to the John A. Salzer Seed Company of La Crosse, Wisconsin in their 1944 seed annual, seeds were initially distributed free of charge, to a select group of "customers and friends" starting in 1927, under the name "Salzer's New Wonder." A contest was run with prizes awarded for the largest tomato and for the best name.

Mr. Raymond Beck of North Topeka, Kansas won the prize for the suggested name and the 'Peak of Perfection' tomato was officially introduced to the gardening public in 1930. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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