This is a long overdue post.
I am mostly doing this for my own benefit so I can remember which tomatoes were a hit in the garden this year and which ones to pass on planting again next year.
This plant produced large, meaty tomatoes with an almost heart shape.
They were very tasty but did not yield a lot of fruit per plant.
Although this tomato is beautiful to look at
it was bland in flavor and had little meat and too many seeds.
Unfortunately, it produces a heavy yield.
This tomato is medium in size, but very meaty and super delicious.
Ananas Noire Heirloom
This super meaty tomato is heavy for it's medium to large size.
It is acidic and has few seeds.
This one is the favorite of my grandchildren.
They eat them like candy, straight from the vine.
They are super sweet and are delicious in a salad or just as a snack.
Green Zebra Heirloom
This is probably one of my favorite tomatoes to plant and to eat.
It is small and meaty with a tart flavor.
It is so pretty with it's stripes of green to dark yellow/orange
and makes a lovely addition to my favorite Caprese salad.
It produces lots and lots of tomatoes that are about 3 inches in size.
A large fruit with yellow, green and red striations.
Extremely good, meaty and a heavy producer.
German Orange Strawberry Heirloom
This tomato vine produced my largest tomato this year at 20.3 ounces
You can see it is a deep yellow, extremely meaty and has few seeds.
The skin is thin and it was an all around hit; sweet and acidic at the same time.
Box Car Willie
This medium, seedy tomato was a disappointment.
It tastes like a grocery store tomato. Blah!
Red Zebra Heirloom
Similar to the Green Zebra Heirloom this tomato is a great one
to use in the Caprese Salad. Although it has a lot of seeds
it is extremely tasty and meaty too.
Small in size but it produces lots and lots of tomatoes.
I would wager to say this tomato plant was mis-marked.
There is nothing white about this tomato
but whatever it was it was delicious.
Sweet and a heavy producer.
Great for salads and snacks.