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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  • Sweet Primabella

    • Fruit color:
      • Red
    • Fruit weight:
      • 30 g
    • Fruit ripening:
      • Medium
    • Admission:
      • Amateursorte
    • Scientific name:
      • Lycopersicon esculentum

    Aromatic cocktail tomato with a good balance of sweet and sour.

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  • Vivaroma (so far 236-x)

    • Fruit color:
      • Red
    • Fruit weight:
      • 50 g
    • Fruit ripening:
      • Medium
    • Admission:
      • Amateursorte
    • Scientific name:
      • Lycopersicon esculentum
    • Licence:
      • Open Source

    Classic red, juicy salad tomato with an exceptionally intense tomato flavour and a pleasantly thin skin.

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  • 298-1

    • Fruit color:
      • Red
    • Fruit weight:
      • 100 g
    • Fruit ripening:
      • Medium
    • Admission:
      • Saatgut für wissenschaftliche Zwecke
    • Scientific name:
      • Lycopersicon esculentum

    A large salad tomato with an exceptionally fruity taste and intense tomato flavour.

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  • Green Zebra

    • Fruit color:
      • Green
    • Admission:
      • Amateursorte
    • Fruit weight:
      • 120 g
    • Fruit ripening:
      • Medium
    • Scientific name:
      • Lycopersicon esculentum

    Glowing fruit are mottled bright green and yellow when ripe. A great salad tomato with mild acidity and
    full aroma.

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