From Tatiana's TOMATOBase
|Fruit shape||pear, plum, oval|
- Dean Slater of Copemish, Michigan found this tomato while hunting on an abandoned farm in Northern Michigan in 1999. He said that it was unstable but stabilized after the third generation. Dean named it after his mother, Beverley.
- Introduced commercially by Wild Boar Farms and Marianna's Heirloom Seeds in 2012.
- Several gardeners and farmers who grew this tomato from the seed that Dean Slater distributed, observed some segregations in 2011. This means the original seed was either crossed or not stable.
- Sweet Sharon - a clear-skinned segregation of 'Sweet Beverley'.
|Year||Commercial Vendors||Seed Savers Yearbook (Member listings)||Seeds of Diversity (Member listings)|
|2014||Wild Boar Farms||.||.|
|2013||Wild Boar Farms||.||.|
|2012||Marianna's Heirloom Seeds - new
Wild Boar Farms - new