4″┬ápots only

Developed by George Sparks of Salem, New Jersey. Developed at the turn-of-the-century as growers attempted to bring the earliest tomato to market. First offered commercially in 1900. Short, regular-leaf plants that yield clusters of beautiful uniformly round, 6 oz., red-pink tomatoes. Wonderful sweet/tart flavors. Produces well until frost, good disease resistance. Another good, prolific tomato for cooler growing regions. Indeterminate. 68 days. Open-pollinated.