Shape: Ribbed Beefsteak
Size: 1-2 pounds
Notes: Indeterminate, plants get six to nine feet tall and need to be staked; perhaps to the point of seeming over-kill. Good disease resistance, may be prone to cracking or cat-facing, and often slow to produce, but is said to be "worth the wait" until late August or mid September. This variety originated in Polk County, Minnesota. It starts green, turns yellow-orange, and then develops red from the bottom. The inside has red streaks throughout the orange flesh.