R. W. Richardson of New York introduced this variety in 1991. He had obtained the tomato through a seed swap with a gardener from West Virginia.
Heavy yields of 1.5 x 3 inch fruits, 3 ounces, meaty, for slicing, sauce, soup, canned, frozen or paste.
If you are a fan of fresh tomato sauce, you should be growing Roma tomatoes in your garden. 3 tomato plants.
The most popular heirloom tomato for cooking, canning and making spectacular sauce. Roma has very thick flesh, low seed count and produces high yields.
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San Marzano tomatoes, a variety of plum tomatoes, are considered by many chefs to be the best sauce tomatoes in the world. 3 tomato plants.
San Marzano tomatoes, a variety of plum tomatoes, are considered by many chefs to be the best sauce tomatoes in the world.