Kellog’s Breakfast (Heirloom)
Kellog’s Breakfast is a beautiful orange beefsteak-type preserved by Darrell Kellogg, a railroad supervisor from Redford, Michigan. Its fruits are very flavorful and superbly sweet! This delicious heirloom originated in West Virginia.
85 Days. Inideterminate.
Summer Cider (Heirloom)
Summer Cider produces 1-2 pound, apricot-colored fruits late in the season. The flavor is sweet and fruity, and the texture is creamy. Potato-leaf foliage. Summer Cider was bred by Tom Wagner and introduced in 1998 by K. Sahin in the Netherlands. (dianeseeds.com)
85 days. Indeterminate.
Dr. Wyche’s Yellow (Heirloom)
Dr. John Wyche, who at one time owned the Cole Brothers Circus and used the manure of elephants to fertilize his terraced heritage gardens. Lion and tiger droppings were scattered to scare off deer! The fruits have a tropical fruit flavor and low acid.
80 Days. Indeterminate.
Orange Minsk (Heirloom)
Andrey Baranovski of Minsk, Belarus bought the fruit from a local farmer’s market in Minsk, Belarus in 2006. These orange beefsteak type tomatoes are huge and are very meaty. Indeterminate. 90 Days.
Moonglow is a regular-leaf tomato plants bear heavy yields of beautiful, 6-8 oz., 2″, blunt-pointed globes. A brilliant, warm-orange slicer with great flavor. A real winner and one of the best, round, gold tomatoes. Moon Glow is considered, by many tomato lovers, the tomato with the best texture and flavor of any yellow-gold tomato. Perfect to spark up tomato salads or to include in culinary creations. (tomatofest.com)
85 days. Indeterminate,
Amana Orange (Heirloom)
Huge heirloom beefsteak tomato named for the Amana Colonies in Iowa. Big, regular leaf plants that produce above average amounts of beautiful light-orange, irregular shaped (fluted) heirloom tomatoes that can grow to 2 pounds or more, with an average diameter of 5 inches. Excellent sweet, almost tropical fruit flavors. (tomatofest.com)
90 days. Late season. Indeterminate.
Jaune Flamme’ (Hierloom)
Jaune Flamme’ is a prolific French heirloom tomato that bears in clusters of 6, beautiful, 1 1/2-inch, 4 oz., round, golf-ball sized tomatoes that are persimmon-orange colored inside and out.
Heirloom. 80 days from transplant.