Indeterminate rounded/globe shaped red tomato said to have been developed about 1908 by a Bucks County, PA farmer, and named in honor of a popular Pennsylvania Dutch governor. Preserved by Betty Gottshall Kulp of Harleysville, PA. Mrs. Kulp operated a country store and sold this tomato from the truck garden behind her business. A paste to most, though I find it adequate as a slicer also.

Seeds come in Stillwater Valley Packets

Tomato, Governor Pennypacker


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