Tag Archives: Late-Season

Tomato – Marianna’s Peace

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Pink heirloom tomato that originated in Czechoslovakia. 1-2 lb., pink beefsteak tomatoes. Dense, creamy, sweet flesh with rich complex, old tomatoey flavors. Great gift for the tomato love Days: 85 Size: Indeterminate Color: Pink Season: Late-Season Type: Heirloom Purchased from www.tomatofest.com Read More »

Tomato – Flamme

(Also referred to as Jaune Flammé) Extremely prolific French heirloom that bears in clusters of 6, beautiful, 1 1/2-inch, round, golf-ball sized tomatoes that are persimmon-orange colored inside and out. A delicious full-bodied flavor that literally bursts in your mouth. Very decorative. Makes a great flavored sauce Days: 70 Size: Indeterminate Color: Yellow-Orange Season: Late-Season Type: Heirloom Purchased from www.tomatofest.com Read More »

Tomato – Brandywine

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Around 1880 a Mrs. Sudduth of Tennessee gave seeds said to be in her family for 100 years, to tomato seedsman, Ben Quisenberry of Ohio. Prolific potato leaf plant producing 1-2 lb. large, pink fruit. This is a strain that Craig LeHoullier believes is of the original Brandywine. Excellent flavor! Days: 85 Size: Indeterminate Color: Pink Season: Late-Season Type: Heirloom ... Read More »

Tomato – Yellow Beefsteak

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Outstanding 1-2 lb. yellow/orange beefsteak tomato named for gardener and seedsman Chuck Wyatt. A dependable and prolific producer of large, meaty, deliciously sweet tomatoes. Planted: 2014 Days: 77 Size: Indeterminate Color: Yellow-Orange Season: Mid-Season Type: Heirloom From Read More »

Tomato – Mortgage Lifter

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Developed by M.C. Byles in the 1930s, this heirloom tomato remains very much in demand in the Mid-Atlantic states. Mr. Byles, affectionately known as “Radiator Charlie” earned his nickname from the radiator repair business he opened at the foot of a steep hill on which trucks would often overheat. Radiator Charlie, who had no formal education or plant breeding experience, ... Read More »

Tomato – Amana Orange

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Huge heirloom beefsteak tomato named for the Amana Colonies in Iowa. These organic tomato seeds produce big, regular leaf plants that produce above average amounts of beautiful light-orange, irregular shaped (fluted) heirloom tomatoes that can grow to 2 pounds or more, with an average diameter of 5 inches. Excellent sweet, almost  tropical fruit flavors. Planted: 2014 Days: 90 Size: Indeterminate Color: Yellow-Orange Season: Late-Season ... Read More »

Tomato – Black Zebra

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A natural and stabilized cross between Green Zebra and a black tomato by Jeff Dawson. These TomatoFest organic tomato seeds produce vigorous, indeterminate, regular-leaf tomato plants that produce 4 oz., 1 1/2″, juicy, round tomatoes with purple/mahogany-colored skin with green stripes (like brush strokes) with exceptionally rich, complex, really delightful tomato flavors that contain hints of smoke and sweetness. Its ... Read More »

Tomato – Red Zebra

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A natural cross. Plant yields huge amounts of 2-inch, red fruit with light yellow striping (or as some say, yellow fruit with red striping). Same shape as Green Zebra with red-yellow flesh.   First Planted: 2013 Days: 93 Size: Indeterminate Color: Bi-Colored Season: Late-Season From Read More »

Tomato – Marvel Striped

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Beefsteak originally from Oaxaca, Mexico. Largest of the bi-colored tomatoes. May get over 4-inches and 2 pounds. Sweet, mild fruity flavors. First Planted: 2013 Days: 95 Size: Indeterminate Color: Bi-Colored Season: Late-Season Type: Heirloom From Read More »

Tomato – Amish Gold

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Cross between Amish Paste and Sungold. These TomatoFest organic tomato seeds produce indeterminate, regular-leaf tomato plants that yield HUGE crops of 1 1/2″-2″ long, oblong shaped, gorgeous golden tomatoes with sharply-pointed end. Fruit has the gold color and flavor of the Sungold, the meatiness of the Amish Paste and delicious sweet/tart tomato flavors that will have you want this as ... Read More »