A.K.A. Black Pineapple. The name of this Belgian tomato, introduced by Pascal Moreau in 2005, is French for black pineapple. Produces a large, sprawling, regular leaf plant that yields heavy crop of 1 to 1 1/2 lb., round, dark-purple, fruit with green shoulders. Interior color is a tie-dye like mix of pink, red, green yellow colors. Loaded with an abundance of rich and delicious, full-bodied, sweet & smokey flavors with a whollop of acidity. A great new addition to the list of splendid black tomatoes. Try this tomato in a salad with other colors. Makes a delicious rich tomato sauce.
Large potato leaf plant produces a whopping crop of BIG, 4-inch, beautiful pink, beefsteak tomatoes. I've had great success with these in the market for several years. Delicious
A large leafy heirloom that produces deep, rose-pink, 3-inch, meaty globes with a taste that rivals those varieties heralded most for their luscious taste. Seed came from Dr. Grace Kaiser, a physician in New Holland, PA who was given the seed from one of her Amish patients.
a.k.a. The Richardson Tomato. Grown by the Richardson family in Tennessee for many years. Produce big, leafy, indeterminate, regular-leaf, tomato plants that yield GIGANTIC, 5-inch, 1-3 pound, smooth, dark-pink, very meaty beefsteak tomatoes with an abundance of pronounced, complex, well-balanced, sweet/acid flavor. A good showplace tomato. An even better bragging tomato. A perfect choice for slicing into a sandwich tomato or salad tomato. Giant tomato. Rare tomato seeds.
Many folks find this tomato variety comparable in every way to the favorite Brandywine. It has even ranked higher at times in my taste trials. Great for hot day and cool night climate. Large potato leaf vine produces lots of 1-lb., slightly flattened, pretty, blemish-free, purple-pink fruits with few tomato seeds and excellent flavor.
a.k.a. Henderson's Ponderosa. Heirloom introduced in 1891 by Peter Henderson. From (Grandma Anne) Ponderosa from Luxembourg around 1870 and (grandfather) Wallace Hoss- Tentinger, LeMars, Iowa. Plant produces moderate yields of 1-2 lb. smooth, pink, beefsteak fruit with very good flavor. Great slicing tomato with few seed
Produces very large, indeterminate, regular-leaf, prolific tomato plants that yield huge sets of 1-2 pound, slightly flattened, irregular-shaped, dark-pink beefsteak tomatoes with terrific bold, tomato flavors. Plenty of sweetness with complementary acid flavors. Several customers who are growers of tomatoes for farmer's markets swear by the taste quality and visual appeal of the Mexico heirloom tomato. A perfect tomato for slicing fresh and thick for sandwiches and sliced up in salads. Once you select this variety it will be in your garden every year. A great showplace tomato for the County Fair.
A wonderful BIG Tomato! Yield moderate to heavy crops of Huge, 1-2 pound, slightly-flattened, pink beefsteak tomatoes with a pretty pink interior and sweet, full, complex tomato flavors. Another great tomato for slicing up for sandwiches or making a delicious tomato salad.
Rare tomato seeds. With it's abundant juiciness and flavor, a good choice for making tomato juice.
One of the biggest Russian heirloom tomatoes. A giant tomato from Siberia. Name means 'giant' in Russian. Produce indeterminate, regular-leaf, 8' vines that yield lots of 1-2-pound, dark jade-pink, juicy beefsteak tomatoes up to 4-inches with superb earthy, sweet tomato flavors. A delicious sandwich tomato or salad tomato. Rare tomato seeds
Originally grown in southern Russia between the Caspian and Black Seas. Thought by some to be "Queen of the Pinks," these prolific,1-2 pound, globe-shaped, pink-red beefsteak tomatoes that rival brandywine in popularity and flavor. One of the best known and best-tasting Russian tomatoes. This tomato is perfect for cooler climates.