Tomatoes

We all know it: The basic round, red supermarket tomato. It looks pretty good, keeps for ages, can be put to myriad uses, and it tastes…a little like cardboard.

We’ve got much higher expectations of our own plants. We want to harvest outstanding tomatoes with mouth-watering flavor.

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  • Cerise gelb

    • Fruit color:
      • Yellow
    • Fruit weight:
      • 20 g
    • Admission:
      • Saatgut für wissenschaftliche Zwecke
    • Scientific name:
      • Lycopersicon esculentum

    Vigorous and robust plant with curling leaves typical of the variety.

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  • Resi

    • Fruit color:
      • Red
    • Fruit weight:
      • 20 g
    • Admission:
      • Amateursorte
    • Scientific name:
      • Lycopersicon esculentum

    For several years now, Resi has been the standout variety in all of our long-term field trials.

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  • Sunviva

    • Fruit color:
      • Yellow
    • Fruit weight:
      • 20 g
    • Admission:
      • Amateursorte
    • Scientific name:
      • Lycopersicon esculentum
    • Licence:
      • Open Source

    Sehr schmackhafte, kleinfrüchtige, gelbe Cocktailtomate für den Freilandanbau. Sehr robust!

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  • Zitronentraube

    • Fruit color:
      • Yellow
    • Admission:
      • Amateursorte
    • Fruit weight:
      • 20 g
    • Scientific name:
      • Lycopersicon esculentum

    Cocktail tomato with a wonderful taste!

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