Solanum lycopersicum. 90 days, indeterminate. We at Roughwood this season were amazed at the vigor and disease tolerance this tomato grew with! Strong vines set good amounts of 5-13 ounce, oblate well formed and meaty red fruits. It ripens evenly to the stem, and usually for us is without ridges or cracks. Fruits are also firm without being hard and would make an excellent shipping tomato. Great for salads, slicing, and possibly even canning!Introduced commercially in 1900 by the William Henry Maule Seed Company under the name of "Maule's 1900" being rename din 1901 as "Maule's Success". The variety originally came from Mr. M.M. Meiesse, a market gardener and tomato specialist from Lancaster, Ohio in 1897. 30 seed per pack.