Paulina tomato is a family heirloom shared with me by a tomato loving friend. He said that a Mennonite family shared seeds with him. He named it after his grandmother. I grew it out in 2016 for the first time. They made some great sauce and canned up pretty good too. This year, 2019, we grow out several plants. They all performed excellently, producing 3 inch long or more, fat, deep red fruits that were sweet meaty meaty. Plants were heavy producers. Paulina is along the lines of Kapia Red and Polish Linguisa. Thick rich flesh, sweet and multipurpose. Make yourself some great sauce with these! Read more about raw history of this fine tomato, here!