The quintessential heirloom tomato: squat and often wonky in shape and uncommonly delicious. The yellow to rose striping is usually present throughout the interior making for dazzling sunburst patterns. The flesh is meaty with small seed cavities, making it an ideal slicer.
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Black Cherry tomatoes combine the smoky rich taste of black tomatoes with the sweetness of cherry tomatoes. The fruits have a beautiful opalescent sheen but the plant is a rangy sprawler, and not a candidate for a pot.
These were the first seeds we planted for the farm because we like Black Krims so much. Their purple-black fruits with green shoulders weigh 10 to 12 ounces each, and have a rich savory flavor with a hint of smokiness. They are intoxicating.
When planting, place a cage or stakes around the seedling to support it as it grows.
The Sungold is named for a very special girl in our lives because it is hands down our favorite cherry tomato. Our Sungolds are juicy, sweet and tangy all in one bite, and we have to beg the kids to stop popping them in their mouths and bring some into the kitchen for the rest of the family. These bright orange cherry tomatoes grow on long trusses and they will keep growing tall if you support them with a cage or stakes when you plant it. Be patient and pick these tomatoes when they are fully orange colored. That is when they are at their very sweetest.
Bright yellow one inch globes with a satisfying balance of sweet and tart.
The Green Zebras are small round yellow-green fruits with vertical stripes.
Place cage or stakes around seedling when planting for support throughout its growth.
Black Trifeles are purple-black pear-shaped tomatoes that grow to four to six ounces. They are dense and meaty with a smoky taste and hints of chocolate. When planting, place a cage or stakes around the seedling to support it as it grows.
8 hours of sun