Deep pink, 1 to 1 1/2 lb. beefsteaks have delicious rich flavor that is both sweet and complex. In fact, the flavor is so good that this variety has won awards in tomato tasting contests. Tall, vigorous plants are potato-leaved and bear a good crop of these smooth, meaty tomatoes. Heirloom variety. Indeterminate. 80 days.
This high-yielding beefsteak has a bush growth habit and can be grown in a container. A sister of Better Bush, the dense foliage helps protect fruit from sunburn. Flavor is excellent with the right balance of sugars and acids. Fruit set is somewhat concentrated, weighing 10 ounces on average. Plants benefit from support. Disease package F1,F2,Ss,TMV, V, S. Determinate. 68 days.
This is a modern version of the marmande tomato, a type grown in Southern France and well known for its ribbed shape and delicious taste. Marmara offers 5 to 6-oz. tomatoes with a scalloped exterior, intense red color, and wonderful sweet flavor. This tomato is especially beautiful when sliced. Indeterminate. 75 days.
This heirloom strain offers large purplish-pink fruit that are sweetly flavored and almost all solid meat. The tomatoes are much like those of Giant Belgium, but a little flatter in shape. Indeterminate. 85 days.
Sweet Golden Roma caught our attention in trials, not just for the beautiful bright yellow color, but also for the fine eating quality. It is really tasty. It is also very productive. It looks beautiful in a salad, or on a sandwich. Can it or turn into a yellow paste tomato. Fruit are 4 to 5 ounces. Resistant to F2 and V. Determinate. 78 days.
Big tomato flavor wrapped up in a medium-sized round, red tomato is what this variety is all about. Tall, vigorous plants grow very plentiful harvests of these versatile and attractive fruits with an assertive yet delicious taste. Even beginning gardeners will find this one easy to grow. Indeterminate. 78 days.
You will be impressed with this bicolor tomato, which is one of the best tasting from our trial visits this year. It has heirloom eating quality, but it has been selected for better yield, larger fruit, and mouthwatering taste. You can take one step back in time to taste the heirlooms of years gone by, and then you can step into a breeder’s breakthrough for greater productivity. It is simply a great selection from heirlooms. Indeterminate. 85 days.
One of the earliest tomatoes for your garden is also one of the best tasting – mild and sweet with good texture. Golden Nugget offers one inch fruit that are borne on compact plants (20 to 26 inches) and have a concentrated fruit set. Fruit weight 1/2 to 3/4 of an ounce. Developed by James Baggett at Oregon State University, for cooler growing conditions. Determinate. 55 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.
This is a bush tomato that tastes wonderful and has big 8 to 10 ounce fruit. The flavor is great, and the there is plenty of juicy goodness. The blossom scar is somewhat larger than other tomatoes, but what it misses in looks, it makes up for it with productivity and great flavor. VFF Determinate. 74 days.
Highly disease-resistant plants yield heavy crops of shiny, red ribbed tomatoes that are very attractive. Fruit has a firm texture, which helps it to withstand postharvest handling. Robustly flavorful, 8 oz. bright-red tomatoes are crack resistant. Indeterminate. 75 days.