Beautiful pale green round to oval fruits appear very early, and have an extremely mild flavor and white flesh. Because it is so early, Apple Green bears dependably even for gardeners in the North. Plants have a compact growth habit, but still give generous harvests of these delightful fruit. 60 days.
This heirloom strain offers large purplish-pink fruit that are sweetly flavored and almost all solid meat. The tomatoes are much like those of Giant Belgium, but a little flatter in shape. Indeterminate. 85 days.
When I first grew this variety, I was pleasantly surprised to find a delicious large orange beefsteak that was so fast to ripen and a very heavy producer. The tomatoes are a lovely pale orange color and weigh at least 12 ozs. and up to 2 lbs. with a truly wonderful flavor. Seed came to this country from tomatoes bought at a farmers' market in Minsk, Belarus. Indeterminate. 70 to 80 days.
This heirloom tomato was originally from the Livingston Collection and was offered for the first time about 1900. Potato-leaved plants yield plenty of dark pink, smooth round fruit weighing about 6 ozs. each. The fruit is sweet, juicy and very flavorful, just right for summertime salads or sandwiches. Indeterminate. 73 days.
Big tomato flavor wrapped up in a medium-sized round, red tomato is what this variety is all about. Tall, vigorous plants grow very plentiful harvests of these versatile and attractive fruits with an assertive yet delicious taste. Even beginning gardeners will find this one easy to grow. Indeterminate. 78 days.
An ornamental piquin-type chile with purple foliage and flowers. Tiny peppers ripen from purple to yellow, orange, and finally to red. Compact plants are well suited to container growing. While the pungent fruit is edible, it is usually just used as an ornamental. 120 days.
Dark purple fruit and violet-colored flowers are what make this plant so special. Purple peppers almost cover the foliage, turning the 2-1/2 foot tall plants nearly purple. Upon maturity, the peppers turn red and are extremely hot. At this stage, purple, orange, and red fruit may be on plants at the same time, making a very colorful and attractive display.
Very striking ornamental pepper with violet-tinged leaves that look almost blue and are sometimes marked with a faint white speckling. Small purple round-oval fruit grow upright on the plant and hold their color for a long time before finally turning red. Plants are slightly spreading and grow compact, making this beautiful plant useful for landscaping. 90 days.
Highly disease-resistant plants yield heavy crops of shiny, red ribbed tomatoes that are very attractive. Fruit has a firm texture, which helps it to withstand postharvest handling. Robustly flavorful, 8 oz. bright-red tomatoes are crack resistant. Indeterminate. 75 days.