Bi-Colored tomatoes, come in an amazing kaleidoscope of colors: red tomatoes with yellow stripes, red tomatoes with orange or green stripes, black tomatoes with orange stripes, green tomatoes with yellow stripes and many more intoxicatingly wonderful combinations of color. A rainbow of experiences for growing in your garden.
Generally speaking, most Bi-Colored tomatoes I’ve found to be sweeter flavored tomato varieties. With the varieties of Bi-Colored tomatoes offered, I’m sure there will be a few that will become some of your favorites. You will find that some of the striping is different from tomato variety to tomato variety. (For example, the tightly defined striping of the Vintage Wine versus the wide muted striping and mottling of the Hillbilly.) Many of these varieties I grow every year because I love the distinctiveness of their flavors and because they are such tomato showpieces.
Lovely bi-color fruits are rich gold, blushed with a delicate pink. As if that wasn’t enough, the real surprise is inside – the firm flesh is streaked with red! Large, globe-shaped fruits weigh 1 to 2 lbs., and have a sweet, yet hearty, flavor. 10 Seeds.
This is the first bicolor oxheart tomato we have seen, and it exhibits the best qualities of both types. Tomatoes weigh 8 ozs. or more and are heart-shaped with smooth golden flesh marbled inside with streaks of red. They are delicious and sweet, somewhat fruity in flavor, and are meaty with very few seeds. Indeterminate. […]