Tag Archives: Beefsteak Tomato

Tomato Yellow Brandywine

Yellow beefsteak heritage tomato on indeterminate plants. Description Yellow Brandywine is a beefsteak tomato with possibly the best flavour of all the yellow tomatoes. In 2012 we also grew Azoychka as a yellow beefsteak. Azoychka was slightly more productive but … Continue reading

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Tomato White Zebra

White striped medium sized open pollinated tomato on indeterminate plants. Description This is said to be a white striped tomato. However, when we grew it (in 2014) our plant (just one) produced standard red tomatoes so we assumed that the … Continue reading

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Tomato White Queen

White beefsteak heritage tomato on indeterminate plants. Description White Queen is a “white” Beefsteak tomato. The Indeterminate regular leafed plant produces very sweet, very pale, beefsteak tomatoes of about 6-8ounces late in the season. It is very fragrant, smooth-skinned with … Continue reading

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Tomato True Black Brandywine

Black beefsteak heritage tomato on potato leafed indeterminate plants. Description There’s a little debate about this cultivar. Said to originate from a breeder in the late 1920’s, it pre-dates Black Brandywine and is a potato leafed variety (Black Brandywine is … Continue reading

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Tomato Tim’s Black Ruffles

Large purple/black beefsteak open pollinated tomato on indeterminate plants. Description Tim’s Black Ruffles is a large purple/black beefsteak tomato, a cross between Black Krim and Zapotek Pink Pleated. The large indeterminate, regular leafed plants are moderate producers of the 8-10oz … Continue reading

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Tomato Sunsets Red Horizon

A heart shaped beefsteak heritage tomato on indeterminate plants. Description  Sunset’s Red Horizon is a medium/large beefsteak tomato with a good taste. A native of Southern Russia (where they are known as “Rostvskaya Krasno Ispolin” – literally “Red Giant of … Continue reading

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Tomato Summer Cider

Orange beefsteak open pollinated tomato on potato leafed indeterminate plants. Description  Summer Cider is a creamy textured juicy tomato with a delicate citrus flavour. A late ripening, indeterminate, potato-leafed beefsteak tomato with apricot coloured, flattened fruits of 4-18 oz. (Every … Continue reading

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Tomato Red Brandywine

Red Beefsteak heritage tomato on indeterminate plants. Description Red Brandywine is an excellent tasting and very productive beefsteak tomato. A mid-late ripening indeterminate, regular-leafed beefsteak with medium-large (4-14oz) red fruits. A heavy cropper (it needs to be staked), it is … Continue reading

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Tomato Pink Brandywine

Pink/red beefsteak heritage tomato on Indeterminate potato leafed plants. Description Pink Brandywine is a pink-fleshed beefsteak tomato described as having “great tomatoey flavour” and “beautifully sweet, offset by a wonderful acidity”.  A late-ripening indeterminate, potato-leafed beefsteak tomato, this is possibly … Continue reading

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Tomato Orange Strawberry

Large oxheart orange open pollinated tomato on indeterminate plants. Description Orange Strawberry is well described by its name. Its Orange and shaped like a strawberry. An oxheart shaped fairly large tomato, we grew this in 2014 and got a small … Continue reading

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