Thank you, glad you enjoy the pictures of varieties! And by all means, I'll be happy to share the seeds for next year. Indeed - all start small, but when conditions are right - yum yum!!!
- 68 days. Huge, vigorous plant seems to set many pink beefsteaks. Very bright flavor, it's sweet, it's tart, it's meaty - great sandwich tomato! This one 1.6lbs double bloom:
- 68 days. I've heard of it, I've seen it bu never tasted one until today. WOW!!! Never in my life I've tasted tomato that really doesn't really taste like tomato! More like a tropical fruit! Sweet, sweet, sweet!!! Not a mass producer by any means, but seem to be setting fruits now, in the upper 90's weather. Will see how it does later in the season, but so far - only 2 fruits, and seems like next two/three not going to be ready for couple of weeks...
- 68 days. Very large hearts on this plant! Few nearing a pound, but this whooper is just over 1.5lbs. Nice surprise (not that I have anything against predominately sweet tasting tomato, I love them) but this one, while retaining all the meatiness of the hearts - more on tart side. Delicious!
Donskoi, with all the heat loosing the yellow and greenish shoulders, picked up a bit more sweetness and SIZE! All the fruits are in 1.5lbs range, few were 2lbs and the largest yet is a whooping 37oz!!! What a pleasure to hold that fruit (with 2 hands)
Three of us at dinner, sliced it up - and still have few slices left after dinner. No worries, will finish with a sandwich (late night snack)