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Seeds for what became Orange Strawberry were sent to Carolyn Male by
Marjorie Morris of Indiana, who discovered it as a stray seed in a pack
of commercial Pineapple seeds and named it 'Orange Strawberry' based on
the fruit's shape and color. Carolyn first listed the variety in the
1995 SSE Yearbook. A vigorous, indeterminate, regular leaf plant that produces medium yields of beautiful, 3-inch, 10-18 oz,strawberry-shaped, bright-orange oxheart (formed to a distinct tip ) tomatoes. The gorgeous, meaty fruit with few seeds has a sweet, rich, complex taste unlike most yellow and orange tomatoes. Excellent pronounced flavors.