this is one of my daughter’s favorite tomatoes. Lovely, pale-orange fruits are solid and meaty throughout, packed with mild, superb-tasting flesh. A long-season producer of large, beefsteak-type fruits, up to 16 oz., with solid centers that have just a few seeds at the edges. We had 2 pounders one year. This is great tomato for both cooking and eating fresh. Indeterminate, 80-85 days
This is another one that I love. Big oxheart shaped red tomatoes. Good flavor. This wonderful variety came from a former U.N. worker in Kosovo, who passed it down to Carolyn Male. Huge, deep pink heart-shaped fruit that has a sweet rich flavor and is very meaty while still being juicy. Production is excellent and the tomatoes are simply beautiful, but it is the delectable and intense tomato flavor that really makes this one special. Tomatoes can grow up to 1 pound, with ranges from 10 to 18 ozs. Indeterminate, 75-80 days
for more information about these tomatoes, go to www.thetomatolady.com
Wow! Do you grow these in your garden. Stopping by via the A to Z theme reveal. Good Luck! 🙂
Yes, those are pictures of tomatoes we got from our garden. They are a longer season (80 days or more as opposed to early season) and we live in a shorter season area but we still get lot sof tomatoes like this. Some years are better than others. As gardeners, we try everything.
They look fantastic!