I ordered only two varieties of tomato last year (Amish paste and Cherokee purple), then grew 3 of each for my small home garden. I knew something was amiss when 1 of the 3 Amish paste plants began forming large round tomatoes. Initially, I was disappointed that my seeds were mixed. However, once the tomatoes from this rogue seed matured and I tasted them, I HAD to find out what they were! I scoured the Pinetree website for hours trying to figure out which errant tomato seed had gotten into my packet. As best as I can tell from the pictures and description, it was a Marianna's Peace. Only my second year gardening and this tomato inspired me to learn about seed saving! Large, pink, GREAT tasting tomatoes that were slightly more resistant to splitting in this year's wet summer than both the Amish paste and Cherokee purple growing along beside them. Can't wait to see if I can regrow them next year from my carefully saved seeds!