Originally grown from a crop of roughly 200 plants, Variegated Potato Leaf is the result of a single mutation from a variety sent by Dean Slater. This variety is a personal favorite due to the nature of its duality. The plant itself is gorgeous in addition to the fruit, making this a truly rare and desirable cross. Foliage displays a variegated pattern and resembles the leaves of potatoes, a very rare trait to see in tomatoes. The fruit are productive and long-lasting. They have a slight heart shape and usually weigh in between 3-4 oz with very meaty interiors. The skin ripens to a reddish/pink hue complimented by golden striping. This impressive collection of unusual and covetable qualities makes Painted Lady a true prize for growers looking for both fashion and function. Indeterminate.