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Azoychka

Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

Azoychka will produce one of  the earliest yellow slicers in your garden.  The fruit from Azoychka will weigh up 170 g (6 ozs.).  This variety was brought back to North America by Kent Whealy during a seed gathering mission to Russia and became available in 1995.

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Big Sungold Select

Midseason

Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

Big Sungold Select is another attempt to de-hybridize the famous Japanese cherry- Sungold with the result being a refreshingly sweet with tropical fruity overtones that hang in bunches of 8 or more.  This variety is similar in size to the cluster tomatoes you find in th grocery store.

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Casey's Pure Yellow

Midseason               Indeterminate          Potato Leaf

I am proud to introduce this tomato which I found in my garden.  I grew out Green Giant and was surprised to find it did not take on an amber blush but rather stayed yellow.  Sweet, fruity, and incredibly juicy make Casey's Pure Yellow something special.

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Golden Dwarf Champion

Late Midseason              

Dwarf Indeter.             Reg. Leaf

Golden Dwarf Champion, released in 1898 by the W. Atlee Burpee Seed Co., is an example of a "tree-type tomato" and will only grow 60-75 cm (2-2.5').  GDC will produce golden yellow, globe shaped fruits that weigh between 60-140g (2-5 ozs.)

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Golden Queen

Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

One of the greatest 19th century tomato seedsman in America, Alexander W. Livingston, found this beautiful yellow tomato at a county fair in 1880.  When fully ripe, Golden Queen will have a lovely pink bluch on the blossom end. (8-12 ozs.)

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Citron Compact

Midseason              

Dwarf Indeter.             Reg. Leaf

Citron Compact is another great tree-type (dwarf) tomato.  It produces round yellow fruits that have definite citrus and a touch of tropical fruit like sweetness.  Compact plants will grow about 1 m (3')

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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