Bi-Color Tomato Plants

Bi-Colored tomatoes, or striped tomatoes, come in an amazing kaleidoscope of colors: red tomatoes with yellow stripes, red tomatoes with orange or green stripes, black tomatoes with orange stripes, green tomatoes with yellow stripes and many more intoxicatingly wonderful combinations of color. A rainbow of experiences for growing in your garden.

Generally speaking, most Bi-Colored tomatoes (or striped tomatoes) I’ve found to be sweeter flavored tomato varieties. With almost 50 varieties of Bi-Colored tomatoes offered, I’m sure there will be a few that will become some of your favorites. You will find that some of the striping is different from tomato variety to tomato variety. (For example, the tightly defined striping of the Vintage Wine versus the wide muted striping and mottling of the Hillbilly.) Many of these varieties I grow every year because I love the distinctiveness of their flavors and because they are such tomato showpieces.

Amethyst Cream Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Amethyst Cream Tomato

A unique cherry tomato with small, creamy white-yellow fruits glazed in a beautiful amethyst-purple color. Plants show very nice production and the bite sized fruits have a nice little cherry-tomato flavor. Very uncommon. Open pollinated. Indeterminate. 60-65 days

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Anana’s Noire Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Anana’s Noire Tomato

A most exciting tomato, it is wonderful in every way. This unusual variety was developed by Pascal Moreau, a horticulturist from Belgium. The multi-colored, smooth fruit (green, yellow and purple mix) weigh about 1 1/2 lbs. The flesh is bright green with deep red streaks. Everyone loves their superb flavor that is outstanding, being both […]

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Armenian Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Armenian Tomato

Heirloom originally from Armenia from tomato collector Charlotte Mullens of West Virginia who was the source in 1990. An indeterminate that produces large, 1-lb., lightly ribbed, yellow and orange beefsteak tomato with some red marbling. Unusually strong flavors for a bi-colored.

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Beauty King Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Beauty King Tomato

Possibly one of the best looking and tasting, red and yellow bi-color striped tomatoes you’ll ever try! Very sweet fruits can grow up to 20 ounces each and have meaty yellow flesh with bright red streaks. A cross between Big Rainbow and Green Zebra.

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Bella Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Bella Tomato

This is an open-pollinated, stable version of the hybrid Bella. Red with yellow stripes. As you can see, it is a beauty! Average about 12-14 oz. Very disease resistant and good production. Fruity taste, juicy yet firm. Excellent flavor!

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Bi-Color Cherry Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Bi-Color Cherry Tomato

80 days, indet., regular leaf plant with a high yield of 1 oz yellow and pink bicolor cherry fruit with an excellent sweet flavor.

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Big Rainbow Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Big Rainbow Tomato

HEIRLOOM. What an astonishing feast for the eyes! The flesh inside is marbled with red in the bottom half of the fruit. It has a big, lumpy beefsteak shape with a very mild and sweet flavor. It’s a knockout on a platter with slices of our other tomato varieties. The large fruits (often 22 oz.) […]

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Big Tiger Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Big Tiger Tomato

Good yields of medium sized (8 oz.) , yellow-red bicolored fruit, Good flavor.

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Blushing Bride Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Blushing Bride Tomato

Robust indet. plants with regular leaf foliage produce large and beautifully ruffled bi-colored beefsteaks, 8-16 oz. Flesh is very meaty, with very small seed chambers and few seeds. Very good sweet flavor. A nice slicer to cover your sandwich! History Discovered by David Lemasters of Pennsylvania when he grew a red or pink tomato (name […]

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Cal Red & Green Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Cal Red & Green Tomato

Bi-color as you may have guessed. The markings are distinctive with the iridescent green stripes making quite a contrast with the underlying dark red skin. There are few tomatoes in the garden this striking. The variety is very productive as well and the dense flesh is juicy, wild and tangy – perfect for salads. The […]

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Candy Stripe Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Candy Stripe Tomato

A fun beefsteak style tomato with large fruits that grow to 1-2 pounds. Fruits are brightly colored, with streaks of red, orange, yellow and pink. Flavor is very good, juicy, with good acidity. Uncommon in cultivation. Open pollinated. Indeterminate. 80-85 days.

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Captain Lucky Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Captain Lucky Tomato

85-90 days. Indet., potato leaf green/yellow/pink medium-large tricolor with a striking appearance and great flavor, from accidental cross of Lucky Cross and an unknown variety.

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