AAS WINNER. The beautiful yellow color of the skin hides the internal crimson stripes that make the sliced fruit so attractive. Sweet and savory is how one judge defined the taste. Strong indeterminate vines produce up to 30 fruit that weigh 8 ounces each. Excellent for fresh harvest, and also preserving, since you are likely to have a great abundance of fruit. 75 days.
This variety is well named for its huge 2 lb. beefsteaks that are deep golden with red streaking. The coloration is distinctive from other bicolored tomatoes in that this variety is almost orange with more extensive red streaking, making for a very colorful fruit. High sugar and high acid provide excellent flavor. Heirloom variety from the 1800's. Indeterminate. 85 days.
This heirloom variety has become one of gardeners' favorite bicolored tomatoes because of its beauty, size, and taste. Large yellow-orange fruits are streaked with ruby red and have a sweet, fruity taste that is absolutely delicious. Tomatoes weigh about 1 lb., although they often become 2 lbs. or even more. Large harvests on vigorous vines. Indeterminate. 85 days.
Beautiful bicolor fruit is golden yellow with ruby-colored streaking, earning this variety its name. Fruit size is somewhat variable from 6 ozs. up to 1 pound, but this is one of the most strikingly beautiful bicolors we have seen. It is simply gorgeous when sliced open to reveal the brilliant red marbling within. Rich, fruity taste is refreshing and almost melon-like but also nicely accentuated with acid. Indeterminate. 80 days.
What really sets this variety apart from other bicolored tomatoes is its smaller size of 8 to 12 ozs., making it a great choice for gardeners who want a more modest sized bicolored fruit. It has the same luscious sweet flavor and beautiful golden yellow exterior with a red blush on the blossom end that radiates to the center. Indeterminate. 75 days.
This delightful variety produces yellow-gold cherry tomatoes with red marbling. Marbling varies from just a red blush to extensive streaking inside and out. What is consistent, however, is the sweet taste that is also rich and fruity, and very delicious. Tomatoes are about 3/4 inch across and are round to oblate in shape. Very productive plants bear throughout a long season. Indeterminate. 67 days.
This heirloom tomato is a stand-out in everyone's garden. Bicolored red and yellow fruit grows very large, up to 2 lbs., and is streaked with red both inside and out. The flavor is wonderful, rich, fruity and sweet. Strong vines bear an abundant crop. Indeterminate. 85 days.
Chefs and gardeners alike are going to be talking about this cherry tomato because of its striking looks and delicious, sweet flavor. 1 ½ inch round fruit are dark purple to almost black and streaked with mottled patterns of green. This is a great tomato for fresh salads and appetizers, where the appearance and texture of the fruit can really shine. Market gardeners will like mixing these into their pints of colorful cherry tomatoes. This crack-resistant variety can be grown either outdoors or in the greenhouse. Indeterminate. 70 days.
Pretty 1 ½ inch round cherry tomatoes are dark pink striped with yellow and perfect for fresh tomato salads. Sweet flavor and distinctive appearance make them a great choice for market growers to use in colorful pints of mixed cherry tomatoes. Crack-resistant fruit develops on strong plants that can grow well outdoors or inside a greenhouse. Indeterminate. 70 days.
The name of this tomato is French for black pineapple and that is because it arose out of a planting of Pineapple Tomato in a Belgian garden. While its fruit is the same 1 to 1 1/2 lb. size as the Pineapple tomato, the color and flavor are totally different. The exterior is dark purple and green with pink-red splotches and a touch of yellow, while the inside is bright green streaked with pink. The hues bleed into one another reminding one of a piece of tie-dyed fabric. Flavor is special too, sweet yet rich and delicious. Expect large plants and heavy yields. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Heirloom. Bicolored beefsteak tomato with unique coloring weighs 2 lbs. and more. Ripe fruit has light yellow shoulders atop a golden-orange tomato with ruby red radiating from the blossom end. Some red streaks appear through the meaty flesh. A beautiful variety that also has good, sweet flavor. Indeterminate. 90-100 days.
This is the first bicolor oxheart tomato we have seen, and it exhibits the best qualities of both types. Tomatoes weigh 8 ozs. or more and are heart-shaped with smooth golden flesh marbled inside with streaks of red. They are delicious and sweet, somewhat fruity in flavor, and are meaty with very few seeds. Indeterminate. 85 days.