A heirloom tomato that originally from the Russian Black Sea region, this variety yields large, finely flavored 12 oz. pink tomatoes on indeterminate vines. They have a mild, delectable fruits that can be enjoyed fresh or in cooking.
Large clusters of distinctive golden yellow fruits with pointed tips. Short but highly variable plants range from 1 to 5 ft. tall; shortest plants have lower yield. Good disease resistance results in extended harvests. Semi-determinate.
Developed by the University of Florida, this exceptionally disease-resistant variety produces sweet-flavored fruit averaging 8-9 oz that is thick-walled and tends to sit high on the vine under a protective cover of foliage. Recommended highly for hot, humid, disease-prone areas, especially where blight is a problem.
Introduced in 1966 for hot humid areas by Auburn University in Alabama. An excellent producer of 6-10 oz flattened globular red fruit on vigorous plants with heavy foliage. Medium fruits keep well, meaty with good color and flavor. Disease resistance package - Fusarium wilt, Root Knot Nematode, Gray Leaf Spot.
Outstanding performer in hot, humid areas. Excellent resistance to diseases, including some resistance to late blight. One of the most blemish-free tomatoes with a soft tender texture. Smooth, round, attractive pink-purple fruits weigh 5-7 oz. Easy to harvest, as some drop from the vine at peak ripeness, and easy to peel. A wonderful all-purpose tomato with excellent flavor.
An improved version of Mortgage Lifter* with increased disease-resistance and more uniform fruit, ripening to red rather than pink-red. Large, 10-14 oz. fruits that are not as large as the original Mortgage Lifter, but the plants are much more productive. Note: Grows 6-7 ft. tall!
Incredibly colorful and delicious large-fruited slicing variety! Fruit runs 8 to 16 ounces. Exterior color is green with stripes in red and yellow. Creamy green flesh infused with various shades of red and yellow. Each of these colors has a different flavor resulting in a spicy, sweet, tart tomato with good acid all in one fruit. Fair to good production.
Diminutive, about the size of a dime and usually smaller, with tremendous sweet taste. Great eaten right off the vine or in salads and as garnish. Often grown wild in non-trellised fashion with hundreds of fruit clusters on one plant! Reseeds year after year.
produces very high yields of uniform, attractive, bright red, 4-5 oz. tomatoes with very good flavor. Thick-walled fruit; ideal for fresh tomato sauces, salsas, and salads. Broad disease resistance package keeps Granadero healthy even under heavy disease pressure.
Introduced by Craig LeHoullier of Raleigh, NC, in 1991 from seed obtained from J. D. Green of Tennessee. Uniquely colored dusty rose-brown fruits weigh up to 12 ounces. Delicious sweet flesh. Indeterminate, 75-90 days from transplant.
Great in a stew of white beans, kale, and roasted tomatoes, pasta e fagioli, or a just simple rustic pasta sauce. Excellent sliced and eaten raw, but the variety really shines with roasting, as it brings out the savory richness of flavor.