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Blue tomatoes, sometimes referred to as purple tomatoes, are tomatoes that have been bred to produce high levels of anthocyanins, a class of pigments responsible for the blue and purple colors of many fruits, including blueberries, blackberries and chokeberries.
Difference from black cultivars:
Many other tomato cultivars have names indicative of their dark color, such as Black Krim and Cherokee purple. These colors come from an altogether different process, whereby the chlorophyll is not efficiently degraded resulting in the accumulation of the pigment pheophytin in the fruit. This pigment combined with other carotenoids in the fruit, including beta-Carotene and lycopene, produces a brown or black color.
Indeterminate. Regular leaf. 80 days. A sibling line to Siberian Tiger. Medium size, brilliant yellow fruits with antho striping. A bit more acidic than other yellow tomatoes. A real show stopper! 10 Seeds.Learn More
A new Indigo variety high in anthocyanins. Very productive. Indeterminate plants have good disease resistance and are productive even in low temperatures. Can be grown open and under protection. Its very attractive yellow-black fruits with red veins weigh to 350 g and are known as one of the biggest and prettiest among Indigo varieties’ fruits. […]Learn More
Not only is this tomato beautiful but it taste great also. It has a nice mild taste with just a hint of acidity. 10 Seeds.Learn More
Bred for enhanced looks and flavor in an antho tomato. Mini striped 3-6 oz. indeterminate. Rich, sweet flavor, with a nice bit of acidity. 10 Seeds.Learn More
We believe this to be the blackest tomato to date! Others claim theirs are but we just don’t see it. Nice very dark black color and green when cut open. Very sweet for a green. 10 Seeds.Learn More
A recent cross of White Wonder x Baby Blue from Roland Boulanger in 2012 from Eustache Sart, Belgium. As you can see it is a stunning tomato. White with a purple crown. Sweet and the appearance on a tomato platter would be amazing. Most are in the 1 pound range. 10 Seeds.Learn More