Wins All Heirloom Tomato Seed
80 days. 20 seeds. Renamed Wins All after a naming contest in 1925, the Wins All Tomato was introduced in 1924 as “Number 400” by Peter Henderson and Co. The rose-pink blemish-free tomatoes are large, weigh about 1 pound and have firm flesh. It has an outstanding delicious flavor that makes it worth cultivating despite its lower than average yields. It adds excellent taste to sandwiches and salads. Indeterminate. Open pollinated seeds.
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For planting instructions and growing tips, click How To Grow Tomatoes.
If you are interested in looking at other varieties of heirloom tomato seed, see Heirloom Tomato Seeds.