Greek variety with beautifully smooth, 6 to 8 ounce red fruits. Tomatoes are juicy with an excellent old-fashioned acid tomato flavor. Good yields and crack resistance add to the appeal of this delicious variety. Indeterminate. 75 to 80 days.
This is a breakthrough new variety of large round red tomatoes developed at the University of Florida by Dr. Jay Scott. It is notable for its potential as a commercial tomato bred especially for vine-ripe harvest and great flavor. This also suits it well to home gardens and to production for fruit stands and farmers' markets. Tomatoes have just the right balance of sugar and acid plus high levels of health-promoting lycopene and rich red color inside and out. Firm texture and juicy flesh make it wonderful for slices, salads, or chopping into salsas or sauces. Determinate. 75 days.
A lovely name describes this very beautiful dark pink tomato that is shaped like a perfect globe, smooth and round with no blemishes. Fruits are medium size, 6 to 8 ozs., and boast flavor that is as impressive as its pretty appearance. These tomatoes have a thin skin, are juicy, and filled with sweet flavor that is wonderfully balanced with a bit of zing. Very productive plants yield a heavy crop. Swiss heirloom. Indeterminate. 75 days.
A great new tomato that is heat-tolerant as well as resistant to Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus and gray leaf spot. Large, smooth round red tomatoes have good flavor and are perfect for slicing, salads, or canning. This variety offers exceptional yields and outstanding disease resistance, suiting it well for commercial production in the Southeast. Additionally, we think that home gardeners everywhere are going to love this tomato. Determinate. 70 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.
Taste the great flavor you have come to appreciate in First Prize, but expect a much earlier harvest. The "first early" fruit reach 4 to 7 ounces, and the indeterminate vines are productive over a long season. A good disease resistance package and plentiful harvests make this your choice for early maturity. Stake plants for best results. 56 days
This old-time variety really loads up with an abundance of 6 to 10 ounce round red tomatoes that are packed with great tomato flavor. They have a tender, fine texture and a fair amount of acid that is nicely tempered with sweetness. This variety has been popular since the early 1920's, and it is no wonder considering its productivity and flavor. Indeterminate. 77 days.
One of the standouts in our trials, Think Pink offers generous harvests of 6 to 8 oz. round, pink fruit with delectable taste and juicy, meaty texture. The flavor has that perfect balance between sweetness and acidity that just makes you want more. Vigorous plants offer very high yields and continue bearing from early in the season until the very end. Indeterminate. 72 days.
This is the most popular tomato in Japan, where gardeners prefer their tomatoes pink and sweetly flavored. Hybrid plants produce abundant crops of round, medium-sized, perfectly smooth tomatoes with no blemishes or imperfections. Their taste is wonderful, intensely rich and sweet, with just the right amount of acid. We think that this variety will also catch on with American gardeners once they find out how delicious it is. Indeterminate. 74 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.
Especially recommended for Southern gardeners, this variety sets large crops even in hot weather. Luscious, meaty tomatoes are medium-sized, smooth, and resistant to catfacing. Large vines offer good foliage cover. Our original stock seed is from the USDA Seed Bank. Determinate. 80 days.
Bred to perform in heat, this variety can produce fruit as the thermometer reaches up to 90 degrees. Excellent disease resistance and broad adaptability make this variety a perfect choice for the hotter regions of the country. Fruit are 7 to 8 oz., tasty and sweet. Determinate 75 days