This fabulous old-time heirloom from the hills of West Virginia dates back to 1880, when it first wowed kitchen gardeners with its 1- to 2-pound, ribbed fruits. With its stunning yellow and red dappled skin and sunset-hued rainbow stripes inside, it makes gorgeous slices. Very sweet and luscious with an almost peach-like texture. Another top vote getter at TomatoFest in Carmel, California. This one has become a favorite of gardeners worldwide. Easy to grow and disease resistant, Hillbilly is a mainstay for the classic heirloom garden. 78 days from transplant. Packet contains at least 30 seeds.