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Barry's Crazy Cherry Tomato
75 days. Pale yellow cherries are delicious, and grow on some of the largest clusters known! Sweet fruit is oval, each with a tiny “beak” at the blossom end. Flavor is good, the fruit keeps well, and the sight of the 20- to 40-fruit trusses on the large plants is positively mind-boggling. A stunning new Wild Boar Farms release.
Golden King of Siberia Tomato
This tomato is one of the real favorites here. Big, lemon-yellow fruit is a delightful heart shape. The flesh is smooth, creamy and has a nicely balanced sweet taste. Jere always finds himself “snacking” on these one-pound beauties. Plants are very productive and seem to have some disease resistance. Thanks to Russia for this really great yellow type.
Green Gage Yellow Tomato
One of our favorite cottage garden tomatoes. This Victorian classic was created in England in the 1870s and introduced into the US in 1876. The fruit is sweet just like a greengage plum and our careful selection is also the purest now available with pale yellow flesh and green seed mass. Exceptional flavor! Each fruit is roughly 1 ½ inches in diameter. Produces early, often 60 days after planting and will continue until frost. Ideal for small gardens and cool climate areas of the country. Easy to grow in tubs.
Hartman's Yellow Gooseberry Tomato
Believed to be the same yellow cherry as listed by seedsmen since pre-1830s, this was reintroduced by the John Hartman Seed Company. The very long vines bear clusters of 1-inch “Gooseberries” that are sweet, mild, tasty and light golden-yellow in color. One of the largest yielding tomatoes we have ever grown!
Napa Chardonnay Blush Tomato
Pork Chop Tomato
75-85 days. While most “yellow” tomatoes are actually orange, this is a true yellow with vibrant golden stripes. The medium sized, slightly flattened beefsteaks have sweet tomato flavor with hints of citrus. Wild Boar farmer Brad Gates says it is the “best yellow I have ever had.” This is a premium tomato by all accounts.