A.k.a. King Umberto or King Humbert.? One of the oldest named varieties of tomatoes still in existence.? Named after King Umberto (1844-1900) of Italy.? Listed by the French seedhouse Vilmorin-Andrieux in 1885.? Plants are completely loaded with pink 2 oz. baby pear shaped tomatoes.? The fruits are meaty and full flavored. One plant can easily produce 250 fruits.? ?A really unique variety rescued from near extinction.? Indeterminate, 80 days from transplant.