Red Rose #5818 (30 seeds)
This cross between Brandywine and Rutgers produces good yields of 6 to 10 oz. delicious dark pink fruit. Disease and crack-resistance are inherited from Rutgers, and the tomato's taste and texture is more like that of Brandywine. Indeterminate. 85 days.
Tropic VFT #4992 (30 seeds)
Strong vines with multiple disease resistance bear heavy yields of large, firm red fruit. Developed for Florida, it is resistant to gray leaf spot and leaf molds and tolerant to early blight. Well suited for pink harvest. Also used as a greenhouse tomato. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Ukrainian Pear #5922 (30 seeds)
Prolific, vigorous vines bear an abundance of pink-purple, pear-shaped tomatoes that average 6 ounces and are about 3 to 4 inches long. Their shape is quite unusual for a tomato, resembling the form of a d'Anjou pear. They have a delicious, sweet flavor and are very pretty for mixed colors on a platter or salad. Heirloom variety brought back by a Peace Corps volunteer who served in Yalta. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Zapotec Pink Ribbed #5827 (30 seeds)
Heirloom tomato from the Zapotec Indians of Mexico, this is a beautiful heavily ribbed dark pink fruit. Its pleated shape makes it very ornamental, and it would be wonderful hollowed and stuffed, or sliced to show off its scalloped edges. The flavor is sweet and mild, and yields are prolific. This is a most unusual variety that is really very pretty. Indeterminate. 80 days.