80 days. This tomato was introduced in 1882 by pioneering seedsman Alexander W. Livingston of Columbus, Ohio. A.W. Livingston is best known for introducing a large number of tomatoes to the Great Lakes region around the turn of the 20th century. Vigorous plants produce round, medium sized (3½” diameter, 3 - 5 oz.) golden-yellow fruit with a red blush on the blossom end. Livingston himself quaintly referred to it as “a very pretty yellow tomato.” Skin is smooth and rarely cracks. Listed on Slow Food USA’s Ark of Taste for its low-acid, delicious, complex flavor. Great tomato for slicing in salads or making into an attractive yellow sauce. Indeterminate.

Tomato: Livingston's Golden Queen