This variety is lower in acid than most other tomatoes and often recommended to people who are on a low-acid diet. However, the flavor of these bright red fruit includes a good tart tomato flavor nicely complemented by a sweet taste. Tomatoes are medium-sized, round and produced in great abundance.
Also known as "Black Pineapple," with a distinctive, streaked interior that resembles a tie-dye pattern of pink, red, green and yellow. Needs space-regular leaf plants are large and sprawling, but earn their keep with an abundance of large, dark purple fruits averaging up to 1-1/2 lbs. Green-shouldered fruits deliver a complex, hearty tomato taste that's both sweet and rich, with smoky and acidic undertones. Makes a great tomato sauce.
A hybrid, determinate, baby tomato with very early maturity. Cocktail tomatoes are surefire eye-catchers and have a distinct salty flavor that will leave you asking for more!
One of the earliest maturing tomato varieties at only 55 days, this tomato was developed at the Beaverlodge Research Center in Alberta Canada. The plant is short, compact and determinate, loaded with 2", smooth, red, round tomatoes that contain rich and well balanced flavors. A surprisingly big flavor for such an early tomato. This is a perfect tomato variety for growing in a hanging basket or in a patio container. A good choice for cooler and foggy growing regions like Northern California."
This Guinness World Record holding plant yields abundant harvests of bright red, one-pound tomatoes. One Better Boy plant once yielded more than 340 pounds (154 kg) of fruit, earning it a Guinness World Record. You may not pick that much from your own plant, but plan on growing plenty of bright red, 16-oz. (455-g) fruits perfect for slicing, canning and making into sauces. These tomatoes need at least one inch (2.5 cm) of water per week and prefer six hours or more of direct sun each day.
Hear ye! Hear ye! Revolution in the tomato patch! An all-around game-changer, Big Daddy's a breakthrough for taste, size, disease-resistance and yield. Bred from the all-time great Big Boy, Big Daddy produces a mighty, delicious harvest of ruby red round meaty fruits, 15 whopping ounces apiece over a long harvest season.
Mama Mia! The new standard in home-grown paste tomatoes. These beauties are plum-shaped, incredibly meaty, and enormous—up to 5" long and 3" across. Skin peels away easily after par-boiling, which means less fuss, less mess and more delicious, thick, creamy sauce!
The Roma flavor you love just got a bigger package! These large 8-12 oz. Roma-type fruits can reach up to 3-in. across and 5-in.long! Once par-boiled, the skin peels off easily, so sauce making's a breeze! Great for making salsas, salads and tomato pastes. Compact, determinate plants are easy to tuck into any garden spot or large container.
Beautiful black cherries look like large, dusky purple-brown grapes; they have that rich flavor that makes black tomatoes famous. Large vines yield very well; very unique and delicious
Stunning, perfectly shaped, deep purplish-brown fruit that are almost black. A great variety for both home gardeners and chefs. This tomato has the incredible rich taste that is in many of the large, dark beefsteak types: sweet, rich with earthy overtones. This variety has so much potential for introduction commercially and was among our best tasting varieties last season.
Russian heirloom from Marina Danilenko. Small plants produce medium-sized brownish-pink fruits with olive green shading. Well marbled flesh is attractive when blanched and peeled. Rich flavor.
Young fruit boasts a lusciously sweet flavor that becomes more complex with a nice blend of sugars and acids as it matures! Beautiful to look at, too. Lovely, rich chocolate brown, 5- to6-oz. tomatoes are liberally streaked with deep red.