Beefsteak Tomatoes

Beefsteak Tomato Seeds

Beefsteak tomato are large tomatoes usually weighing a pound or more. Beefsteaks come in many different colors and bumpy shapes. Beefsteaks are a popular tomato in home gardens and are usually sliced and eaten on sandwiches.

We believe this is the best tasting tomato available and even beats Brandywine for flavor. Productive plants produce large crops of 12 oz. fruits. Excellent tomato flavor. This strain was obtained from J. D. Green in Tennessee and is thought to be from the Cherokee Nation. Plants are indeterminate, but seldom grow more than 4' tall.

The Pruden's Purple Tomato, also known as Prudence, is considered to be one of the best heirloom beefsteak tomatoes in America! This tomato variety is an indeterminate, potato leaf plant that has heavy yields of 10-16 ounce, dark pink fruits. Pruden's Purple produces only very few seeds and is widely adapted.

The Crnkovic Yugoslavian Tomato is a full flavored, mid-sized bright red tomato that has a perfect beefsteak shape that is juicy inside. This variety produces heavy yields of pink beefsteaks that rarely cracks and can weigh up to a pound each. Fruits have perfect shape and a juicy flavor.

Chef's Choice Green Tomatoes are a delightful and unique variety of tomatoes known for their vibrant green color and exceptional flavor. These tomatoes have a fascinating history rooted in the world of culinary innovation. Developed by renowned tomato breeder Brad Gates, the Chef's Choice series was created to provide chefs and home gardeners with a range of exceptional tomato varieties. The green version, Chef's Choice Green, stands out for its outstanding qualities. Chef's Choice Green Tomatoes typically grow to a medium to large size, with fruit that can reach diameters of 3 to 4 inches (7.5 to 10 centimeters). They have a slightly flattened, beefsteak-like shape, which is ideal for slicing and adding to salads or sandwiches. The tomatoes are known for their rich, complex flavor, balancing a sweet and tangy taste with a hint of earthiness, making them a versatile choice for culinary creations. The plants that produce Chef's Choice Green Tomatoes are indeterminate, meaning they continue to grow and produce fruit throughout the growing season. They are known for their vigorous growth, often reaching heights of 6 to 8 feet (1.8 to 2.4 meters) or more, depending on growing conditions. These plants thrive in warm climates with plenty of sunlight and well-drained soil. Adequate support and pruning may be necessary to manage their size and ensure healthy fruit production. Overall, Chef's Choice Green Tomatoes are a fantastic addition to any garden, offering a unique and delicious twist on traditional tomato varieties.

The Tasty Evergreen Tomato is a green fleshed heirloom with a tasty, strong sweet flavor. This tomato was introduced by Glecklers Seedmen of Metamora, Ohio in 1956. This delicious large heirloom ripens to grapefruit yellow with a lime-green flesh, giving it a very sweet flavor. This very productive, medium-sized beefsteak grows well throughout the United States. The Tasty Evergreen produces a continual harvest throughout the season.

The Chef's Choice White is a prolific producer of juicy, creamy white tomatoes. The white color of this unique variety spreads throughout the entirety of the tomato. The Chef's Choice White is not only popular for its unusual coloring, but also for having a wonderful flavor.

Big, pink fruit with outstanding flavour is a cross of Big Dwarf and Brandywine. An outstanding heirloom-hybrid with much higher yielding and earlier to mature than its heirloom parents, with all of the great flavor and fewer blemishes. Regular-leaved plants bear pink beefsteaks that weigh 12 to 16 ozs. and have all the wonderful taste of the original heirlooms. Matures in 75-80 days.

Blushing Star brings together the tasty qualities of heirlooms and the modern conveniences of hybrid performance. Produces early-maturing and sweet pink beefsteak fruits with higher yields. Excellent disease resistance to late blight and septoria leaf spot.

The Beefmaster Tomato is a consistent producer of high quality, enormous sized beefsteaks, with some weighing in over a pound. If the Beefmaster were to be entered in a contest, it is the winning choice every time for its size. This tomato has a succulent flavor that is widely adaptable.

If you're a fan of Cherokee Purple, you are gonna absolutely love this tomato. A beautiful hybrid that is truly purple inside and out. Chef’s Choice Purple F1’s 9 to 10-ounce fruits are smooth, firm, flattened globes, which have exceptional flavor. The indeterminate plants add to the appeal for market and home gardeners.

The Chef's Choice Pink is a prolific producer of juicy, pink tomatoes. The pink color of this unique variety spreads throughout the entirety of the tomato. The Chef's Choice Pink is not only popular for its unusual coloring, but also for having a wonderful flavor.

The Copia Tomato is a yellow and red striped beefsteak variety that is a cross between the Green Zebra and Marvel Striped. This sweet and juicy tomato is perfect for slicing and adding to salads and sandwiches for a sweet and tangy kick! This beefsteak can weigh 10-12 ounces each.

A green beauty in any vegetable garden. Ripens with a green exterior and interior that is sweet and tart! One of our favorite tasting green tomato varieties. Will mature to between 8-12 ounces and when mature with have a yellowish tint on the bottom of the fruits.

Black Brandywine tomatoes are a unique and highly regarded heirloom variety known for their exceptional flavor and distinctive characteristics. With a rich history dating back to the 19th century, these tomatoes have earned a special place in the hearts of gardeners and tomato enthusiasts alike. The story of Black Brandywine begins with the original Brandywine tomato, which was developed in the late 1800s in the Brandywine Valley of Pennsylvania. Over time, a natural mutation led to the development of the black variant, which retained the outstanding flavor of the original while introducing a striking, dark coloration. The fruit of the Black Brandywine tomato is large and typically reaches sizes of 8 to 16 ounces (227 to 454 grams) or even larger under optimal conditions. Its shape is somewhat irregular, often with a beefsteak-like appearance, characterized by deep ridges and an uneven, slightly flattened globe shape. The skin of Black Brandywine tomatoes is a dark purplish-black or maroon color, adding to their visual appeal. The plants of Black Brandywine tomatoes are indeterminate, which means they continue to grow and produce fruit throughout the growing season. They can reach heights of 5 to 7 feet (1.5 to 2.1 meters) or more, so proper support is essential. These tomatoes thrive in warm and sunny climates, requiring full sun and well-drained soil. Adequate moisture and regular pruning are crucial to manage their vigorous growth and ensure good air circulation. Black Brandywine tomatoes are a favorite among gardeners who appreciate their rich, complex flavor, making them a must-grow variety for anyone looking to savor the taste of history in their garden.

The Aunt Ruby German Green Tomato is an old time heirloom favorite for the garden that has an unmatchable juicy and spicy flavor! This giant, green beefsteak grows to be 4-5" and weighs over 1 lb.

The Ponderosa Pink Tomato is an extra large and tasty beefsteak with a bright pink hue that is perfect for fresh eating as well as cooked for sauces! This 16 ounce, beefsteak type is almost seedless with low acid.

The Mushroom Basket is a large, uniquely shaped tomato with a delicious juicy sweet flavor, originating from Russia. This plant produces enormous 8-16 ounce ruffled tomatoes that are colored bright pink. These plants are Indeterminate and do require a sturdy trellis. The Mushroom Basket tomatoes are the perfect tomatoes for slicing!

DarkStar is a reliable grower that is perfect for home and market growers. Offers a wide range of disease resistant including late blight, a common disease of tomato plants. A great way to get heirloom tomato flavour and modern hybrid tomato performance. Early-maturing, rich, purple beefsteak fruit has higher yield potential and fewer blemishes than most heirlooms. Large, purple beefsteak fruit is perfect for eating fresh on a sandwich or for preserving in sauce.