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Goose Creek

Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

It is my understanding that the pink version of Goose Creek is the original.  Goose Creek is one of the best tasting pink tomatoes- very juicy, sweet and rich- that hang in clusters of up to 6 and weigh between 170-225g (6-8 oz.)

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Earl's Faux

Midseason               Indeterminate          Potato Leaf

Heirloom growers absolutely gush over this variety as they say that it is one of the finest examples of 'well-balanced' flavour; I, too, concur.

The standard Days to Maturity is, at best, a guess given that weather and the gardener’s own cultural practices vary greatly. I find the following classification to be more informative:


Early less than 65 days               Midseason 65〜80 days               Late 80+ days

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Sweet Adelaide

Early Midseason              

Dwarf Indeter.             Reg. Leaf

Sweet Adelaide produces medium to medium large oblate, pink fruit with a balanced, delicious flavour.  It is a vigorous and productive variety so provide support for the fruit. Another great tomato from the Tomato Dwarf Project

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Stump of the World

Midseason               Indeterminate          Potato Leaf

For those who think that hybrid tomatoes are more productive than heirlooms then they need to grow Stump of the World This variety will produce 450 g (1 lb.), very tasty pink beefsteaks.

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Sekai Ichi

Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

World's Number One is how this sweet, juicy round pink tomato that hangs in clusters of 4-6 and weigh between 200-250 g (7-9 oz.) would be translated from Japanese.  The flavour reminds me of the famous Japanese hybrid- Momotarou.

Sandul Moldovan

Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

When the Sandul family immigrated to the US from Molova, they brought with them their treasured heirloom tomato seeds.  Sandul Moldovan will produce deep pink beefsteaks that are quite dense with an creamy texture to them.

Novikov's Giant-10

Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

A.I. Novikov, a Russian amateur tomato breeder/enthusiast, developed this exceptionaly prolific, large (up to 1kg/2.2 lbs), raspberry -pink, ribbed beefsteak tomato during the days of the old USSR.

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New Big Dwarf

Midseason              

Dwarf Indeter.            Reg. Leaf

In the early 1900s S.M. Isabell Co. crossed a large pink, Ponderosa, and Dwarf Champion to create New Big Dwarf.  If you are looking for classic pink tomato flavour that can be grown in a pot than this   is the one!

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Dwarf Champion Improved

Midseason              

Dwarf Indeter.            Reg. Leaf

The orginal Dwarf Champion was released in 1888 and this improved version of it with sweeter fruits was released sometime after that.  This variety is great for growing in pots.  Do not sucker it.

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Dwarf Arctic Rose

Early Midseason

Dwarf Indeter.            Reg. Leaf

A new introduction from the worldwide volunteer Dwarf Tomato Project.  Fruit are round to oblate and weigh 90-240g (3-8.5oz.) with excellent well balanced flavour.  Do not sucker it.

Arborgast

Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

A grower in Penn. received these tomato seeds from an 85 year old gardener whose grandmother grew them. This variety is not widely available but should be due to its productivity and outstanding taste.

Aichi First

Midseason               Indeterminate            Reg. Leaf

This Japanese heirloom traces its roots back to 1938 in Toyohashi, Aichi Prefecture.   (Henderson’s) Ponderosa was brought to Japan during the Meiji Era (1868- 1912) and was selected for over the years to this very large pink beefsteak- up to 2 pounds.

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