Luscious pink-purple beefsteak fruit grow to at least 1 lb., and have a superb, rich flavor, high in both sugar and acid. The tomatoes are smooth in shape and may be compared to those of Brandywine. Potato-leaved plants become large and are quite productive. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Also known as the bird pepper or chilepiquin. Released from New Mexico State University's Chile Pepper Breeding Program, and unique because the fruit falls from the stem at maturity, making harvesting easier. Oblong small fruit sets high in the plant canopy and when dried, has a pungency of 97,000 Scoville units. 120 days.
What a fitting name for a beautiful round, red tomato with great yields and high resistance to late blight plus intermediate resistance to early blight and Septoria Leaf Spot. Stellar gives gardeners who experience high disease pressure a slicing tomato they can count on. Smooth, lovely fruit is medium-sized at 5 to 7 ounces, perfect for tucking into sandwiches or cutting up into salads. Determinate. 70 days.
This round, red tomato from the University of Hawaii is tolerant to both nematodes and bacterial wilt, serious problems in tropical and sub-tropical climates. It is the only open-pollinated variety we know of that can boast of these traits. While it is well suited for the tropics, it is well adapted to more temperate areas also. Determinate. 78 days.
This heirloom-style hybrid won a regional All America Selections award, based primarily on good flavor, and juicy flesh that can really impress on a sandwich, on a burger or sliced in a salad. The 11 ounce fruit have reduced cracking compared to similar varieties. Good disease package with hybrid vigor and strong productive vines. Indeterminate 74 days.
Meaty red-fleshed beefsteak fruit are mildly sweet, and deliciously full flavored. Beautiful golden stripes are intermingled with deep red tones, providing a striking color on these 6 to 10 ounce fruit. Plants are vigorous and productive, with indeterminate vines. 75 days.
Clusters of plum shaped yellow fruit, 1-1/2 inches in diameter. Flavorful and excellent for preserves or salads. Production continues until frost. Indeterminate. 78 days.
Diminutive plants bloom with bouquet-type sprays followed by loads of small lime green tomatoes that ripen further to amber. 3 to 5 oz. fruit is chartreuse inside and full of juice and good, tangy flavor that is somewhat spicy. This is a wonderful variety for growing in containers since plants stay small yet provide a big harvest. If planting in the garden, put these in front as an attractive border. Very tasty and novel variety. Determinate. 58 days.
Reliably large harvests of beautiful scarlet tomatoes with thick walls and medium size. Vines are strong and offer heavy foliage cover. Well adapted to most areas. Determinate. 72 days.
In parts of Asia, pink tomatoes are considered the best because they are typically sweet with low acid levels. This variety offers very smooth, unblemished pink fruit that weigh about 8 ozs. each with a delicious, mild flavor. Indeterminate. 78 days.
Large red beefsteak tomatoes from the Black Forest region of Germany are so full of luscious flavor and juicy sweetness that it is no wonder that this seed was saved as a family heirloom. Vigorous plants are productive and bear large harvests of these 12 to 14 oz. fruit. Indeterminate. 80 days.
This very different habanero is the result of an accidental cross between a chocolate-colored habanero with an orange habanero, resulting in striking coloration and extreme heat. Peppers start out as light green with a bit of purple streaking, progress to a mustard-hued peach before finally ripening to pure orange. Fruit is large and quite ruffled, making for a very beautiful habanero which is also shockingly hot. Tall plants are quite productive. 90 days.