D'Jena Lee's Golden Girl tomato
D'JENA LEE'S GOLDEN GIRL
Plants produce huge amounts of 6 – 8 oz. fruits which have a distinctive clear orange color and a flavor that is sweet, tangy, and richly balanced.
HISTORY: This 1920's family heirloom of the Lee family purportedly won first prize at the Chicago Fair, ten years in a row (1920's to 1930's). It was named for the grand-daughter of Minnesota financier, Jim Lee. D’Jena (pronounced as "Zshena"), his grand-daughter, was part Indian. On moving from Minnesota to Illinois in 1929, D’Jena gave started plants to Reverend Morrow (then 15-years old), who nurtured and preserved this variety. Seeds eventually became available through Southern Exposure Seed Exchange in 1981.

Seed Savers Exchange thinks that D'Jena Lee's Golden Girl is pretty fantastic, too! 

GROWTH HABIT: Indeterminate
MATURITY:Mid-season
LEAF TYPE: Regular Leaf
FRUIT CLASS: Salad
FRUIT SHAPE: Globe
FRUIT SIZE: Medium
FRUIT COLOR: Orange
USE:  Salsa, Fresh, Sauce
ORIGIN:ORIGIN: Heirloom - Illinois,USA