The Hillbilly potato-leaf tomato is thought to have originated in the hills of West Virginia. The hearty plants produces big 1-2 lb. fruits with mottled yellow and red skin and flesh. Hillbilly is low in acid with a sweet fruity flavor.
Origin: The parent seed of our Hillbilly Tomatoes came from a community garden near Cacapon State Park close to Berkeley Springs, West Virginia.
(Approximately 20 seeds per packet)
Planting Instructions:we recommend starting tomato seeds indoors in a bright and warm location 4 to 6 weeks before last frost date in spring. Transplant after danger of frost in full sun and trellis.