Very sweet, bright orange cherry tomatoes taste not just sugary but also fruity and delicious. Vigorous growers, these tall plants bear long clusters of fruit. Try these for a real taste treat, you won't believe you're eating tomatoes! Indeterminate. 57 days.
Stunning golden color and a sugar content of 10% are what make this hybrid from China outstanding. Small cherry tomatoes are round to globe-shaped and crack-resistant, an important trait for cherry tomatoes. Fruit appears on tall plants capable of producing enormous harvests with up to 50 fruit per cluster. These tomatoes have a very special taste that is sweet, yet rich and fruity. Indeterminate. 65 days.
Tiny golden-orange cherry tomatoes bursting with sweet, juicy flavor are produced in large clusters on this heirloom variety from France. Fruit is only 1/2 to 1 inch in diameter, but has a big taste, which is honestly quite similar to that of Sungold. Tall vines yield plenty of these delicious little fruit. Indeterminate. 70 days.
Clusters of bright orange 2 to 3 oz. round fruit are wonderfully flavored, sweet with a refreshing tartness that has a hint of lemon. Larger than a cherry, these tangerine-colored fruit sparkle when cut in half and added to salads or platters. Very productive plants bear heavily from early in the season right on up until frost. Originally from England, this is a sibling of Tigerella. Indeterminate. 75 days.
Heirloom variety from Maine offers beautiful, 8 to 10 oz. orange fruit with few seeds. Meaty and delicious, their flavor is sweet yet tangy. Valencia ripens earlier than many other orange tomatoes, making it a good choice for gardeners with shorter seasons. Indeterminate. 76 days.
A hybrid orange cherry tomato with unbelievably good flavor and productivity. Very sweet, fruity-tasting tomatoes are borne in long clusters on vigorous plants. Many other cherry tomatoes have a tendency to crack, especially when ripe, but this one has crack resistance bred in while still keeping a thin skin. The taste of these tomatoes is such a delight that they're often picked and eaten in the garden instead of ever making it indoors. Indeterminate. 62 days.
Lovely pale-orange color on 1 lb. beefsteak type fruit. Tomatoes have very good flavor and are quite meaty with few seeds. Juice has the same bright color as orange juice and is delicious. Heirloom variety. Indeterminate. 80 days.
ALL AMERICA SELECTIONS AWARD WINNER. This crack-resistant hybrid originated with the heirloom Amana Orange and retains that wonderful old-fashioned flavor while adding some improvements. The hybrid has 9 to 12 oz. tomatoes that mature much earlier than Amana Orange and do not crack. The color both inside and out is a beautiful glowing orange that holds its intensity even when tomatoes are cooked, lending itself to creative uses by chefs. Vigorous plants are quite productive and are resistant to Tobacco Mosaic Virus and anthracnose. Indeterminate. 75 days.
This is not only one of the best-tasting yellow tomatoes, but it is one of the best-tasting tomatoes of any color. Fruit is typically about 1 lb. with beautiful golden color. While their shape can be a little irregular, their delicious taste is absolutely wonderful, fruity and sweet yet complex. Large plants have potato-leaved foliage. This is the tomato you'll look for every time you go out into the garden to pick something delectable for dinner. Heirloom variety from Virginia. Indeterminate. 75-80 days.
Better known as KBX, this is the potato-leaf version of Kellogg's Breakfast, which was propagated by Martha Hufford after she found them mixed in with her regular Kellogg's Breakfast plants. These bear the same large orange fruit with fabulous flavor and creamy delicate texture. Heirloom variety. Indeterminate. 80 days.