Our Heirloom Tomato Pictures:
Claudine's Sailors Delight (Canada.... Heirloom, naturally Cross Pollinated) on "Rascal and Crow Farm".
Portuguese Heirloom Tomato from Lisbon without it variety name. So we call it the "Portuguese Lisbon" indicating the area it's from.
Yellow Fire Plum Tomato, is a HUGE plum that is so visually stunning and beautiful in color. It has a unique flavor of a heat note as an after taste. Most plums have no taste but this one is unique. This is a hand created Heirloom Tomato from the US.
Portuguese "Braga" Beefsteak Heirloom Tomato from the Braga Region in Portugal. Another one without it's variety name.
A bunch of German "Feuerwerk" Beefsteak Heirloom Tomatoes... one of the "Taster's Test" favorite tomato.
San Marzano Italian Plum... a HUGE plum tomato. Good for sauces. Most plums are bland in taste and this one is no exception. Very meaty, no wonder it is a pasta sauce favorite tomato to use.
Outside grown "Zebra Rita"... this one has splotches of very light Pink color and the Green is very light as well compared to the greenhouse plant that produced a very vibrant green.
German, "Blondkopfchen" Yellow small Cherry. Excellent in taste and an amazing yielder... the last to be harvested in our greenhouses... it is a late ripener.
Showing another "Lucid Gem" as this tomato at a few color variations and wanted to show them to you. This unique slicer tomato has a smokey flavor to it.
This is a naturally cross-pollinated Heirloom Tomato this year on our farm. It is a "White Beauty" Beafsteak that cross pollinated with the promiscuous "Azoychka" Russian small slicer.
Showing the stem side of the "Chocolate Stripe" of how striking this tomato is in color... dark green and a bright red.
These pictures are taken at the optimal ripeness of our tomatoes... almost all are indeterminate varieties. It has taken us about 3 years to establish these heirlooms in our soil to produce a stronger seed lineage.
Each new season, we will add new tomato pictures to the tomato picture catalogue. Any questions on sales, gardening, dishes, etc., please feel free to contact us using our contact button above...
*You can view the ongoing slide show above, or, you can click on a picture and use the arrows manually to give you more time to read the info under each tomato... enjoy.