• Claude Brown's Yellow Giant Tomato

    Claude Brown's Yellow Giant tomato is perhaps the most consistently huge, yellow tomato that we have grown, ever! Many of our fruits have reached 2.5 pounds and most were between 1.5 to 2 pounds. It is a sweeter, meaty and very dense fruit that is tailor made for sandwiches! Vines are about 6 feet tall and display good disease resistance.. They need to be well staked, with regular revisions. If you are looking for a great tasting, huge yellow tomato, this is one that you must have!
  • Yoder's German Yellow Tomato

    Yoder's German Yellow tomato is perhaps the best yellow tomato that we have grown in many years. It certainly was a standout for us in 2017. A very good producer. This workhorse will produce up to 24 ounce tomatoes all season long. It is not bothered by extreme heat. Tomatoes begin to ripen about 85 days after transplant. It is sweet, rich, meaty, and balanced. Perfect for sandwiches! See it on YouTube!
  • Another wonderful variety, Dixie Golden Giant tomato is winner any way you look at it! First grown here in 2014, we have grown them every year since. Six foot tall vigorous vines are high producing and and relentless. Tomatoes are 10 to 20 ounces and have "do anything with me" written all over their faces! Really good beefsteaks are perfect sandwich makers. Make some really good yellow stewed tomatoes too. I have made some fantastic dried tomato powder with these. Excellent stuff!
  • Gold Medal Tomato

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    Gold Medal Tomato

    My favorite large yellow bi-color tomato, I have grown Gold Medal for at least 18 years. Each year since then, I have saved seeds from to biggest. Today we consistently grow fruits that are above 2 pounds. The seeds we sell are from this same stock, so your fruits will be large! Gold Medal tomato is sweet, juicy, meaty and delicious. It grows on average sized vines that are not too bushy. Fruits begin to ripen about 90 days after transplant and continue all the way until frost. Do with this baby whatever you wish! Visit out Beefsteak Category for more delicious varieties. See it on YouTube!
  • Amana Orange Tomato

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    Amana Orange Tomato

    75-80 days. Amana Orange tomato is a large beefsteak that turns bright orange when fully ripened. Discovered by Gary Staley of Florida, this fine tomato could take care of all of your tomato issues. It's meaty, sweet, rich and very balanced. A great sandwich tomato, this will also be good in nice yellow sauce, cooking, salsas and just eating off the vine. Vines are bushy and tall and would need good staking. Expect lots or nice beefsteaks from this heavy producer.  Good disease resistance!  Fruits can weigh as much as 1.5 pounds but the average for us is between 14 and 18 ounces! Fabulous market variety! Also see Barnes Mountain OrangeAmana Orange On YouTube!
  • TC Jones Tomato

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    TC Jones tomato was definitely one of our surprised in 2018. I sometimes have a slight suspicion about light yellow or white tomatoes, but  this one totally caught me off guard. It was so flavorful that it will certainly be grown next year, with market sales in mind too! 12-16 ounce fruits never kept coming all year and disease resistant plants just kept giving. Fruits were born on nice sized clusters of 4 or 5 and began to ripen about 82 days after transplant. These are sandwich perfect! But they also worked very well for some nice fresh tomato sauce. Try them and you will be amazed!
  • Hugh’s Tomato

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    Hugh's tomato is one that I hope gains popularity. This fantastic, large beefsteak, can reach 1+ pounds. Borne on very vibrant vines, Hugh's fruits are in clusters of 3-4. They ripen to a nice pale yellow and have few or no cracking or splitting. These are sweeter with very good balance and superb texture. one of my new favorites! This is a perfect sandwich tomato that works well also as a market or main cop variety. Vines are tall, some of ours were more than 6 feet. Stake well! You can expect your first ripened fruits about 85 days after transplant. Recommended!
  • Tom’s Wonder Tomato

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    Big meaty beefsteaks on tall vibrant vines are what you will get with Tom's Wonder tomato. These are a little late, coming in at 85 days. But if you can wait, you will be well rewarded. Production is also good, so you will have plenty for your sandwiches, yellow sauce, salsas and more! Our plants demonstrated good disease resistance. They were hardy, thick seemed and bushy. Fruits can weigh upwards of one pound. Our biggest was 1.2 pounds (18 ounces) but most averaged around 14 ounces. Stake well for best results. Tom's look great on a sliced platter. Good for cooking, stewing, sliced in salads and more! On the sweet side! See It on YouTube.
  • Super Nova Tomato

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    Super Nova Tomato

    Super Nova tomato is a one pound, yellow beefsteak. These are coming highly recommended because I like them a lot. Texture is smooth, taste is well balanced but on the sweet side. These are definitely sandwich and slicing tomatoes. Huge plants produce well, but they are not prolific, so production, I would have to describe, as good! The first ripened tomatoes were around the 80th day after transplant. A really great choice if you like your tomatoes yellows, large and well balanced!
  • Casey's Pure Yellow Tomato

    Casey's Pure Yellow Tomato is a supper tasting variety. I am so happy to have grown this one. Potato leafed yellows always produce some of the best tasting tomatoes, Casey's is no different. Full flavored, sweeter fruits, have superb texture too! These begin to ripen about 80-85 days from transplant, but fear not, you will really love them! Disease resistance is fantastic, indeterminate plants are a little on the taller size but produce nicely. You will get a good crop from these! Awesome for sandwiches!  Please share your garden with someone, today!

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