Beautiful pink beefsteak fruit are lovely to look at as well as having an excellent, sweet yet complex flavor. Meaty, blemish-free tomatoes average 1 lb., but sometimes become twice that large. Vigorous, potato-leaved plants yield heavily, which may be due in part to this variety holding up well despite exposure to disease. Heirloom variety from a woman named Olena in Odessa, Ukraine. Indeterminate. 85 days.
Huge, deep red beefsteak tomatoes are blemish-free and very well shaped for such large fruit. Their flavor is superb, sweet yet rich and deep with solid, meaty interiors. They weigh about 1 lb., but often become much larger. Generous harvests of these outstanding tomatoes originally from France. Indeterminate. 85 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.
Luscious pink beefsteaks weigh a pound or more and have a rich, sweet flavor that is unforgettable. This is a family heirloom variety brought over from Germany by Dr. Dester when he settled in Indiana. He gave seeds to an Amish woman, who moved to Missouri and shared Dester seed with a farmer there who grew them for the local market. Dester continues to earn its great reputation by winning taste tests and even wider popularity. Indeterminate. 80 days.
A very pretty, large heirloom tomato, this one tastes as good as it looks. Large, vigorous plants produce big harvests of absolutely delicious red tomatoes brimming with sweet, rich flavor. Each tomato weighs about 1 lb., and is mostly smooth with very little cracking or other blemishes. A treasured family heirloom from West Virginia. Indeterminate. 85 days.
This is one of those varieties to grow when you want a really big, impressive red tomato to show off to your friends. This fruit is huge, at least a pound or two, and borne abundantly on large, vigorous plants. Its flavor is as big as its size, bursting with a great blend of sugars and acids- a full old-fashioned tomato taste. Heirloom variety from Australia. Indeterminate. 85 days.
Large crops of 1 to 2 lb. pink, meaty beefsteak tomatoes with a sweet and exceptional flavor. The variety is a family heirloom from David Pendergrass of Tennessee, whose family has been growing this tomato since at least the 1920's. Indeterminate. 80 days.
This variety sets an abundance of 1 lb., slightly flattened round fruits of the typical beefsteak size and shape. What makes this tomato special is its flavor--exceptionally good with a high sugar, high acid balance. Heirloom variety from the Moldovan region of Europe. Indeterminate. 85 days.
This family heirloom variety produces an abundance of deep pink tomatoes that are just huge and brimming with luscious flavor. The plant's potato-leaved foliage may remind you of Brandywine, but this one matures fruit that are earlier, larger, and more plentiful than those of Brandywine. German Giant tomatoes are smooth in shape, 2 lbs. or more, and full of that rich but sweet taste that makes a tomato scrumptious. Indeterminate. 77 days.
Appropriately named, this variety does bear giant fruit on a really huge plant. Dark pink, solid tomatoes are ribbed, have few seeds, and are very sweet yet have an acid component, making for really good flavor. Most fruit is in the 1 to 2 lb. range, but it is not unusual for tomatoes to become a mammoth 3 lbs. Heirloom variety grown since the late 1800's. Indeterminate. 85 days.
This is widely known as the original Pink Brandywine strain, obtained by Ben Quisenberry from Dorris Sudduth Hill, whose family had grown it for more than 80 years. Many gardeners consider this strain the best Brandywine with fruit that is superior in taste and smoothness. Its tomatoes are indeed special, 1 to 2 pound pink beefsteaks with the delectably complex, rich, sweet flavor that has made Brandywine justifiably famous. Indeterminate. 85 days.