Here is the Gold Medal Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. It was introduced as Ruby Gold by John Lewis Childs of Floral Park, New York, in his 1921 catalog. Ben Quisenberry renamed it Gold Medal Tomato and listed it in his 1976 catalog: “The sweetest tomato you ever tasted. The yellow with streaks of red makes them very attractive and a gourmet’s joy when sliced.” One of our finest bi-colored tomatoes with orange-yellow splashed with pink. It was the winner of the 2008 SSE Tomato Tasting. Open pollinated Indeterminate 75 to 90 days.
Here is the Gold Medal Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. It was introduced as Ruby Gold by John Lewis Childs of Floral Park, New York, in his 1921 catalog. Ben Quisenberry renamed it Gold Medal Tomato and listed it in his 1976 catalog: “The sweetest tomato you ever tasted. The yellow with streaks of red makes them very attractive and a gourmet’s joy when sliced.” One of our finest bi-colored tomatoes with orange-yellow splashed with pink. It was the winner of the 2008 SSE Tomato Tasting. Open pollinated Indeterminate 75 to 90 days.
Here is the Gold Medal Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. It was introduced as Ruby Gold by John Lewis Childs of Floral Park, New York, in his 1921 catalog. Ben Quisenberry renamed it Gold Medal Tomato and listed it in his 1976 catalog: “The sweetest tomato you ever tasted. The yellow with streaks of red makes them very attractive and a gourmet’s joy when sliced.” One of our finest bi-colored tomatoes with orange-yellow splashed with pink. It was the winner of the 2008 SSE Tomato Tasting. Open pollinated Indeterminate 75 to 90 days.

Gold Medal Tomato

Solanum lycopersicum

Here is the Gold Medal Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. It was introduced as Ruby Gold by John Lewis Childs of Floral Park, New York, in his 1921 catalog. Ben Quisenberry renamed it Gold Medal Tomato and listed it in his 1976 catalog: “The sweetest tomato you ever tasted. The yellow with streaks of red makes them very attractive and a gourmet’s joy when sliced.” One of our finest bi-colored tomatoes with orange-yellow splashed with pink. It was the winner of the 2008 SSE Tomato Tasting. Open pollinated Indeterminate 75 to 90 days.

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