This wonderful large bi-colored tomato is yellow with bold red stripes on the exterior and yellow with lovely red streaking inside. Very meaty fruit are usually about 1 lb., but can vary in size. Plants bear large harvests of these tomatoes with sweet, rich and delicious flavor that is quite outstanding. Brad Gates of Wild Boar Farms developed this variety by crossing Big Rainbow with Green Zebra. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Small round slicing tomatoes have beautiful orange stripes on a deep brick red exterior. In addition, the 4 to 6 oz. crack-resistant fruit set in abundance and are blemish-free with a great, sweet flavor. Sturdy plants have a strong branching habit and perform well in a wide variety of conditions. Bred by Tom Wagner, a private tomato breeder who brought us Green Zebra, Green Grape, and many others. Indeterminate. 79 days.
This heirloom variety is simply one of the best tasting, best producing gold-red bicolors we have ever grown. On top of that, the tomatoes are stunningly beautiful and enormous, weighing at least 1 pound each. Golden yellow beefsteaks are colored with red stripes that turn into a ruby blush on top of the golden fruit. Flavor is sweet and rich, and harvests are abundant. Indeterminate. 80 days.
A tomato that is red and green-striped is so unusual that it's safe to say that you've probably never seen anything like it before. Although deep red and green outside, its interior is green with pink extending up into the middle. The appearance is so striking and different that we couldn't help noticing it growing in a patch of Copia tomatoes. Fruit is medium to large with a mild, sweet flavor. Indeterminate. 85 days.
A bicolored variety featuring large yellow fruit with streaks of red throughout starting on the blossom end. Fruit often weighs more than 1 lb. and has luscious, sweet flavor. Heirloom from the Mennonites. Indeterminate. 75 days.
This beautiful bi-colored heirloom tomato is distinctive among other yellow and red varieties because of its pastel coloring. It matures to a soft shade of pale yellow painted with subtle striping of light red. The 12 oz. slightly flattened fruit has delicious, rich flavor with nuances of tropical fruit that suits it well to simple salads or slices with only a light drizzle of dressing. Indeterminate. 72 days.
These very beautiful tomatoes are a stunning combination of fine-lined golden yellow and red stripes. While visually exciting, the real treat comes when you cut them open. Their gold flesh is streaked with red and is very juicy, flavorful, and sweet. A stabilized cross between Green Zebra and Marvel Stripe, these tomatoes weigh about one pound each. They were named in honor of Copia, the American Center for Food, Wine and the Arts, in Napa California. Indeterminate. 85 days.
Vivid shades of red, green, and amber come together in a kaleidoscope pattern on this amazing tomato. Red and green stripes color the outside while the interior is chartreuse marbled throughout with ruby red. Beautiful 8 to 12 oz. tomatoes have a tangy yet delicious flavor and grow on vigorous, productive plants well suited to most climates. Bred by Brad Gates of Wild Boar Farms. Indeterminate. 70 - 75 days.
Gorgeous port wine-colored beefsteak has beautiful green stripes and deep brick-red interior flesh. The fruit is 8 to 12 ozs. with an exceptional flavor that is well balanced and rich. Fairly compact plants are vigorous, early to bear, and well adapted to almost all climates. We think this variety is likely to become a classic specialty tomato with both gardeners and chefs alike. Bred by Brad Gates of Wild Boar Farms. Indeterminate. 65-70 days.
Delightful little tomatoes are about 2 inches long and shaped like elongated grapes. They start out clear yellow, but later blush with pink streaks, announcing they are ripe and ready to pick. Expect heavy production throughout the season and a fabulous flavor that is sweet, fruity and refreshing. Fred Hempel of Baia Nicchia Farm in California developed this truly unique variety. Indeterminate. 75 days.