Berkeley Tie-Dye, Red
From Tatiana's TOMATOBase
|Berkeley Tie-Dye, Red|
|Fruit color||red, striped|
|Fruit shape||globe, beefsteak|
- Originally came from seeds of Berkeley Tie-Dye Heart that Susan Anderson of Texas received from Bruce Bradshaw in California several years ago. It might have been a cross with a dark beefsteak in Bruce's garden, as he liked to grow a lot of dark tomatoes. Susan Anderson stabilized this variety for 4 years before offering it at the Seed Savers Exchange in 2010.