This yellow version of Tumbling Tom is superior for hanging baskets, containers and small space gardens. The graceful cascading vines reach up to 18 inches, and produce an abundance of 1 to 2 ounce yellow tomatoes, that are sweet and delicious. Plant are only 8 inches in width, so you can put them fairly close together. Resistant to fusarium, verticillium and nematodes. Determinate. 70 days.
AAS WINNER. Judges were excited by the citrus-like flavor and sweet delicate flesh, with perfect texture, in addition to the beautiful beefsteak shape. Fruit are 6 to 7 inches wide, and reach up to 10 ounces. In some trials each plant produced 30 or more fruit. Indeterminate vines reach 5 feet and have resistance to F,V, TMV, Scab, and cracking. 80 to 85 days.
This little yellow cherry tomato is bigger than a currant tomato but smaller than most grape tomatoes. It won the coveted All America Award. The fruit are super sweet and pale yellow. They explode with flavor and have mild acid which enhances the natural sugars that are so abundant in this variety. Plants should be staked or caged and offer a good disease package. One of the AAS judges had this to say, "Superior yield and ease of harvest make this variety deserving of an award." With more than 500 fruit possible per plant, you will have enough to share with the neighbors. Indeterminate 78 days
This tomato is a beautiful lemon yellow when ripe with a sweet flavor that has a refreshing citrus component. The 8 to 12 oz. yellow tomatoes start off with thin green stripes that ripen to yellow at first and progress to a golden orange. This is another great variety from Brad Gates of Wild Boar Farms. Indeterminate. 75 days.
A special South American species of tomato that bears long, grape-like clusters of tiny 1/3 inch yellow cherry tomatoes. They are sweet, yet have an intense tomato flavor. These tiny tomatoes have become favorites for salads, garnishes or just eating straight off the vine. Indeterminate. 70 days.
These bright lemon-yellow beefsteak tomatoes have a fabulous tangy flavor that is actually sort of lemony, and very clean and crisp. This pronounced acid flavor sets it apart from many other yellow varieties, which are milder in taste. Fruit typically weigh 8 to 10 ozs., and are smooth and blemish-free, with solid, meaty interiors. Healthy plants are quite productive, resulting in great yields of these outstanding tomatoes. Heirloom from Russia. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Originally from Siberia, this very sweet golden-yellow cherry tomato is about the size of a quarter and produced in clusters. The flavor is not just sweet, but has a special depth of rich flavor. Once you try Galina's, you may find it becoming your favorite yellow cherry tomato. Potato-leaved plants yield heavily for a plentiful harvest. Indeterminate. 75 days.
These miniature pear-shaped tomatoes are 1-3/4 to 2 inches long and clear yellow in color. They are delightfully sweet, considered by many as 'garden candy'. Baskets of these are as pretty as can be. Tall plants bear large and continuous harvests. Indeterminate. 78 days.
This is undoubtedly one of the best tasting yellow tomatoes to be found, combining luscious sweetness with plenty of tangy tomato flavor. Golden-yellow fruit is beautiful, unblemished and smooth, and varies from 10 ozs. to 1 lb. The shape is that of a typical beefsteak with very meaty interiors. Huge, vigorous plants produce well, but it is the rich, excellent flavor and large fruit size that really set this one apart. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Expect large harvests of these beautiful, 8 to 12 oz., smooth, round golden-yellow fruit. Their firmness allows for crack resistance and they hold up better than other yellow tomatoes both on the vine and after picking. Fruit has a sweet, mild flavor with just a little bite to it, adding up to a very pleasant taste. Determinate. 71 days.
A yellow-fruited stuffing tomato that looks just like a yellow bell pepper! Perfect for slicing or stuffing. Tall, vigorous vines bear profusely. Indeterminate. 76 days.