Indeterminate. Introduced in 1900 by Maule, it was known at first as "1900" before being renamed in 1901 as "Success."  Maule sourced the variety from its breeder  W.M. Miesse, of Ohio. The vines are of strong vigorous growth with abundant foliage and the fruits, set in clusters, are very even and regular in size, averaging three inches in diameter and two to two and a half inches from stem to blossom end. Color brightest scarlet; perfectly smooth and free from cracks ; the interior is unusually meaty, having a very large and entirely solid center, but no hard or green core, being evenly ripened throughout. Seed-cells few and extremely small, with very few seeds. It ripens with the second earlies and yields abundantly throughout the season.

Maule's Success Tomato