Beautiful, clear yellow beefsteak fruit weighs at least a pound with a flavor that is rich and complex, yet refreshingly sweet. Very meaty tomatoes have few seeds while still being juicy and absolutely delicious. The vigorous plants are potato-leaved, which is not often found in large yellow varieties. Considered one of the finest tasting yellow heirlooms and unique for its pale yellow, not golden, color. Indeterminate. 90 days.
Distinctly different from other Golden Queens commonly sold, this is from a strain obtained from the USDA seed bank, and is the original Golden Queen described by the seedsman Livingston in 1882. Tomatoes are 8 to 12 ozs. and yellow with a pronounced pink blush on the blossom end extending up towards the stem end. What makes this one better than the common solid yellow Golden Queen is its superior flavor. It is delicious, with a full tomato taste that is also sweet and most pleasant. Indeterminate. 75 days.
The first lemon yellow, not golden, tomato variety, and still one of the best. Extremely vigorous plants produce large harvests of attractive fruit that weighs 8 ozs. or more. Flavor is outstanding, mild and sweet yet tangy and definitely not bland. This one is easy to grow and understandably one of our most popular yellow tomatoes. Indeterminate. 72 days.
These yellow tomatoes have a pleated shape like an accordion. When pulp is scooped out, they make beautiful containers for salads, desserts, and other stuffings. Excellent flavor. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Clusters of plum shaped yellow fruit, 1-1/2 inches in diameter. Flavorful and excellent for preserves or salads. Production continues until frost. Indeterminate. 78 days.
Abundant clusters of small yellow tomatoes with a pink blush. Skin is somewhat fuzzy resembling a peach and the flavor is sweet and fruit-like. This one is delicious and must be grown to appreciate. Heirloom variety. Indeterminate. 75-85 days.
Vigorous vines produce abundant clusters of 1/2 oz. bright yellow-gold cherry tomatoes with delicious sweet flavor. These tomatoes are naturally sweeter than red cherry varieties with a fruitier taste. Once you taste them, you'll be spoiled forever. Indeterminate. 60 days.
This special strain of Yellow Brandywine comes from seed saved by Gary Platfoot of Ohio, who felt that it had special attributes that were only adding to an already wonderful variety. The main improvements of this strain are increased productivity and a smoother shape than regular Yellow Brandywine. Otherwise, Platfoot strain offers the same incredibly rich and delicious flavor in deep golden-yellow tomatoes that weigh from 1 to 2 lbs. Tall vines have potato-leaved foliage. Indeterminate. 85 days.
Large yellow fruit of exceptional quality, creamy texture, and delicious flavor. Fruit size is from 12 to 24 ozs., and tall vines have healthy, potato-leaved foliage. An extremely rich-tasting tomato, this one is also beautiful due to its smooth, not rough, shape. Indeterminate. 90 days.
A profusion of tiny oval-shaped yellow grape tomatoes are produced on tall, vigorous plants. They are delightfully sweet but refreshing and sure to be a favorite with kids and adults who like to snack right in the garden. Expect long clusters of fruit that can be picked individually with very little cracking. Indeterminate. 90 days.
A yellow-fruited version of Pink Ping Pong, this one bears clusters of 2-inch golden-yellow fruit with about the same ping-pong size and shape. This variety is also a treat to eat, with deliciously sweet, juicy tomatoes that have a refreshing lemon-like finish to their flavor. Vigorous plants bear a great abundance of these very pretty golden fruits. Indeterminate. 75 days.
Medium to large light yellow, heart-shaped fruit. Flavor is exceptional and flesh is meaty and yet juicy. Yields are only average, but the quality of the fruit makes this fine fancy slicing tomato well worth growing. Indeterminate. 90-95 days.