: The beefsteak tomato is one of the largest tomato cultivars, with some varieties weighing in at over 2 pounds per tomato. This meaty tomato is grown in a rainbow of colors, from vibrant red to pale yellow to purple-black. Rather than maintaining a perfectly spherical shape as it develops, the beefsteak tomato takes on a decided kidney-bean shape, spreading out to the sides. The beefsteak tomato is one of the slowest-maturing tomatoes, with the largest beefsteak cultivars taking up to 90 days to produce ripe fruit. Typically, the beefsteak tomato vine will continue to produce and set fruit until the first frost.
New Yorker Tomato - (66 days) One of our earliest standard-sized tomato varieties. High yields of smooth, meaty, 4 to 6 oz., scarlet globes. Bush beefsteak-type - compact, determinate plant sets fruit in cool, short-season conditions. Won't split or suffer blossom end-rot.