Stump of the World #5511 (30 seeds)
Dark pink beefsteak fruit reach about one pound and grow on potato-leaved vines. The variety was part of the Ben Quisinberry Collection, which also contributed the variety Brandywine. Stump of the World is a bit smaller and more productive than Brandywine, but like Brandywine, offers outstandingly rich, complex flavor. Heirloom variety. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Tidwell German #5895 (30 seeds)
Large crops of 1 to 2 lb. pink, meaty beefsteak tomatoes with a sweet and exceptional flavor. The variety is a family heirloom from David Pendergrass of Tennessee, whose family has been growing this tomato since at least the 1920's. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Todd County Amish #3037 (20 seeds)
This wonderful heirloom beefsteak was handed down from an Amish family living in Minnesota and has big, luscious dark pink tomatoes that slice into pure heaven on a plate. The flavor is rich yet sweet and just lovely, and the tomato interior is almost as meaty as an oxheart type. You will have plenty of these treats to pick throughout the season also as their productivity is excellent. Indeterminate. 75 to 80 days.
Watermelon Beefsteak #5681 (30 seeds)
This old variety dates back a century and produces lightly scalloped pink beefsteak tomatoes that weigh one pound or more. Their rich, sweet flavor has a depth and intensity that is just outstanding. Our seed originated with the seedsman George Gleckler, and is the true Watermelon Beefsteak, which produces regular-leaved plants. Indeterminate. 75 days.
1884 #5385 (20 seeds)
Seed of this heirloom variety was supposedly discovered in a pile of debris after the Great Flood of 1884. It has survived to this day because of the huge, superbly flavored fruit it produces in generous numbers. Dark pink tomatoes are at least 1 pound, and usually more toward 2 pounds, and juicy, brimming with delicious, old-fashioned taste. Indeterminate. 85 days.