Thursday, February 12, 2015

My Plans for 2015 - Tomatoes - Heirloom


Heirloom:

  •  Heirloom Tomato - Tangerine
    • indeterminate

    • Tangerine tomatoes, named for their attractive orange color, are plump, juicy, and slightly sweeter than everyday red tomatoes.
    • Heirloom producing intense glowing-orange, juicy slicing tomatoes, heavy for their size with mild, sweet flavor and creamy texture. The tall, sturdy vines  produce heavy yields over a long season
    • 80 days
  • Golden Jubilee Tomato Jubilee
    • Indeterminate
    • Yellow/Orange, 6-7 oz
    •  an All-America Selections winner in 1943.
    • six-generation selection from a cross between Tangerine and Rutgers tomatoes.
    • Indeterminate
    • 72 days
  •  Mortgage Lifter
    • indeterminate
    • Beefsteak, can weight more than 2 pounds
    • Regular Leaf
    • 83-90 days
  • TomateSanMarzano.jpg San Marzano
    • Indeterminate
    • Medium, Plum
    • open-pollinated variety that breeds true from generation to generation, making seed saving practical for the home gardener or farmer.
    • 85 days
  •  Red Brandywine
    • Indeterminate
    • Large
    • Potato Leaf
    • 80 - 100 days
  • Abraham Lincoln Tomato Abe Lincoln
    • indeterminate
    • grow in cluster up to 9
    • Slightly acidic
    • consistently produces huge crops of extra large, meaty fruit.
    • around 12 oz
    • pest and disease resistance
    • 70 -77 days
  •  Cherokee Purple
    • indeterminate
    • 10 - 12 oz
    • Pink - purple flesh
    • Disease Tolerant
    • originally grown by Cherokee Indians
    • Smoky, weet flavor enjoyed over 100 years
    • 82 days
  •  Black Krim
    • Indeterminate
    • Russian Heirloom from the Crimean and Black Sea Area
    • Medium-sized, very dark maroon beefsteak
    • 80 days
  • Product Image 1 Heirloom Bicolor Marvel Stripe
    • Indeterminate
    • Tomatoes weigh about 1 lb., although they often become 2 lbs. or even more
    •  originally from Oaxaca, Mexico
    • 80 - 95 days
  •  Rutgers
    • Indeterminate
    • 4 - 6 oz fruits
    • legendary Jersey tomato, introduced in 1934, is a cross between J.T.D. (an old New Jersey variety from the Campbell Soup Co.) and Marglobe
    • Fusarium resistance.
    • 74 days

How about you? Do you know which tomatoes you will  grow this season?

Thanks for dropping by,
Luiza

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