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Pink Oxheart Tomato


Pink Oxheart Tomato

One of the very first oxheart varieties that I ever tasted was Pink Oxheart.  As I remember it, I was very impressed with the sheer size and taste of (what seemed to me) a very strangely shaped tomato.  It wasn’t until four years later, that I knew what I had eaten.  By that time, I was already introduced to Curtis Cheek, my favorite Oxheart variety!  Pink Oxheart tomato is not as rare as it once was.  More people are now growing this awesome and beautiful fruit in their annual tomato gardens.  It deserves all of the attention that it is now getting!

Pink Oxheart Tomato Vines

Pink Oxheart tomato vines are indeterminate, tall and wispy.  They  are very vibrant and hearty too. These vines produce clusters of 3-4  heart shaped tomatoes that weigh between 8-16 ounces when ripened. Tomatoes begin to ripen about 80 days after being transplanted into the garden or final grow-out spots.  Stake vines very well and you will have plenty of fruit all season long.

Pink Oxheart Tomato Taste

Like so many other oxheart varieties, Pink Oxheart tomato is excellent and can be used for multiple purposes.  This tomato is soft, juicy, meaty, sweet and full-flavored.  It is a wonderful fruit for fresh eating.  Let it ripen well, then take a nice big bite of the bottom end.  Chew slowly, savoring that wonderful,  fresh as nature taste.  Smell that true tomato aroma that just jumps out at you.  Take another bite, quench your thirst and satisfy your tomato cravings!  Pink Oxheart will do that for you.  It will do even more if you make some fresh tomato sauce, sandwiches or  tomato stew.  Get some chips to go with the awesome salsa that you will make with Pink Oxheart.  This is a serious tomato that could easily make a fan of those who did not previously like tomatoes. It’s that good!  Try our fresh seeds!
Happy gardening to you all!


Height: 72″
Width: 3′
Spacing: 36″
Determinate/Indeterminate: Indeterminate


6 weeks before last frost
7-14 Days
24-36 Apart
Cage, stake or trellis

Green Thumb Tip
Sow seeds indoors ¼” deep. Tomatoes are sensitive to freezing temperatures, so wait to transplant outdoors until the soil is warm. Plant in full sun.

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