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Taylor Lacey Leaf Tomato
'Taylor Lacey Leaf' tomatoes.
Taylor Lacey Leaf Tomato
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Taylor Lacey Leaf  Certified Naturally Grown Seed

90 days, indeterminate — Although the name implies something different, 'Taylor Lacey Leaf' plants are a potato leaf sort. They produce large, up to fourteen ounce fruit, that are white colored when ready to eat and a pale yellow when fully ripe. A good slicing tomato.

We received this variety from author and tomato authority Craig LeHoullier in 2005 who simply described it as, "... a curiosity from Canada." It should be noted that although it had a maturity date of 90 to 95 days here in Oregon, in North Carolina it is closer to 70 days.

Craig originally received the variety from a seed saver in British Columbia named Clay Foard. Plant Gene Resources of Canada lists 'Taylor Lacey Leaf' as accession number CN 18770 and note that it was donated to the collection in 1992 by Ernest A. Kerr (Director of Research for Stokes Seeds, Ltd. in St. Catharines, Ontario). Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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