This tomato was brought to the public by the late Randy Sine. He got this rare heirloom tomato from his friend. His friend got them from the Garrison family, who lived in Pennsylvania. These are an indeterminate plant that produce these large 12oz (ca. 454 gram) to 16oz (ca. 605 gram) beefsteak tomatoes. A mid to late season variety with regular leaves. This tomato is well worth the wait because of it’s size and flavor. The taste of Garrison Tomato has a rich, smokey and old-timey flavor. We really like this tomato and so did the customers at the farmers market. This is one of our top 10 heirloom varieties this year. We have a review on YouTube of this tomato and many other heirloom tomatoes. Another heirloom you may want to check out is John Henry Tomato.