Lizzie tomato
LIZZIE
Red, plum shaped fruits very in shape from pyriform to cylindrical. Some have pointed blossom ends, some are flat. 2 oz fruits drop readily when ripe, which is a nice indicator for full ripeness. Good flesh texture and classic tomato flavor. I was most surprised by the amount of fruit at the end of the season, literally a ridiculous amount. This is a perfect alternate for all those Roma lovers out there.
HISTORY: SSE TOMATO 5341 - Acquired by Seed Savers Exchange (listed in the yearbook for the first time in 2007) from Steve Billey (IN BI S). He obtained the variety from a local older Amish gentleman selling produce along the road who stated that when he was growing up, the tomato became known as "Lizzie" after Lizzie Borden.

GROWTH HABIT: Indeterminate
MATURITY: Mid-season
LEAF TYPE: Regular
FRUIT CLASS: Paste
FRUIT SHAPE: Plum
FRUIT SIZE: Small
FRUIT COLOR: Red
USE: Slicing, Salsa, Sauce
ORIGIN:  Heirloom - USA, Indiana