I purchased seed for this variety along with several other old time, red varieties that did not have any cutesy names or hipsters fawning over it in home-living type magazines. You know what? They all performed wonderfully. Redfield was no exception. This easy to grow variety gets good sized if well cared for- both the plant and the fruit. Flavor is old fashioned if that means much. Mostly well balanced and pleasant. Production was excellent too. Redfield is actually a variety that was selected out of a field of Livingstons' Beauty in 1885 itself a rather famous tomato due to the fact of its breeder, A.W. Livingston, is often considered the father of modern tomatoes. BTW...Redfield is often termed a pink variety. To my color blind eye, it is more red so I group it with the reds.