Black Tomato Plants

“Black” tomatoes are fast becoming the new “red” tomato. “Black” tomatoes are not really black. Black tomatoes covers a range of dark colors (deep purple, dusky deep brown, smoky dark mahogany color with dark green shoulders, blueish-brown). The depth and darker range of colors seems to be encouraged by a higher acid and mineral content in the soil or higher temperatures.

Black tomatoes have become very popular. The black tomatoes are native to Southern Ukraine during the early 19th century. They originally existed in only a small region on the Crimean Peninsula. Soon they were showing up as new varieties in many all shapes and sizes began to appear throughout the territories of the former Soviet Union. Then they began turning up in the former Yugoslavia, Germany, and the United States.

Black tomatoes are most appreciated for their especially bold, complex and earthy flavors. We are proud to present our outstanding line of black heirloom tomato plants and black open-pollinated tomato plants. We have one of the largest selections of purple-black tomato plants, including some little known and rare varieties of black tomatoes. I invite you to bless your tomato garden with one or more varieties of our spectacular organically grown, black tomato plants including; Black From Tula tomato seeds, Black Krim tomato seeds (aka Black Crimson), Black Ethiopian tomato plants, Black Prince, Japanese Black Trifele, Nyagous black tomato, Paul Robeson black tomato, Purple Prince, Purple Russian, Southern Night black tomato, Black Cherry, Black Plum. Purple Calabash black tomato, Aunt Ginny’s Purple, Cherokee Chocolate, Cherokee Purple, Indische Fleish black tomato, Purple Prince, Schwarze Sarah black tomato. This season we will be harvesting seeds of several other black tomato varieties to offer your garden including the “Black Brandywine” tomato; “Black Sea Man,” “Carbon,” “Blueberries,” “Helsing Junction Blues,” “Indigo Rose, “Indigo Apple,” “Purple Bumblebee, “and others.

Each year our organic black tomato varieties continue to place high in taste tests against red tomatoes and pink tomatoes. Several years ago Paul Robeson, was selected as the Grand Award Winner for “Best Tasting” tomato of the event. It’s been winning awards ever since then. The Japanese Black Trifele heirloom tomato is also extremely popular in Russia and is now becoming known in the U.S. for it’s beautiful, blemish-free skin and rich, complex flavors.

1884 Purple Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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1884 Purple Tomato

Product Description Indet., regular leaf plant with excellent yield of large, black/purple beefsteak fruits with green shoulders, 8-20 oz, very meaty, juicy, sweet, rich, outstanding flavor, creamy flesh. History Jeff Casey of Alberta, Canada received the seeds for the “1884” tomato from Michael Gunn of Pasadena, Texas in 2005, and shared with Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C […]

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Aker’s West Virginia Black Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Aker’s West Virginia Black Tomato

Mid-to-late season. Large indet., regular leaf plant, good yield of medium to large flattened brown/black beefsteaks, 6-16 oz, juicy and meaty, excellent flavor.

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Amazon Chocolate Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Amazon Chocolate Tomato

A large, deep-red/black beefsteak-like tomato. Skin and flesh is very dark. This tomato is exceedingly rare yet highly desirable, both for taste and appearance. Great flavor, rich with sweet, wine-like overtones. Fruits are soft and lush, with ample juice. The Amazon Chocolate rates well among the best of the black tomatoes, with similarities to the […]

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Basin Mountain Tommy Toe Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Basin Mountain Tommy Toe Tomato

This is a purple Tommy Toe variant of Robe Mountain Tommy Toe. Small black 4-5 oz. juicy and  sweet with big taste. Mostly round but a few mini beefsteak shapes occur. Usually a tommy toe is a cherry tomato that is a naturally occurring cross  in a specific area then re-grown in that region. This […]

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BKX Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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BKX Tomato

Also known as Black Krim Potato Leaf. We received this tomato from a garden buddy in Texas. Discovered in his patch of regular leaf Black Krim tomatoes. This version is an improvement we believe. Much more crack resistant and bigger producer than the regular leaf version. Big dark purple tomatoes that did remarkably through a drought. […]

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Black & Brown Boar Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Black & Brown Boar Tomato ,

An eye-catching multi-colored tomato with medium to large fruits that ripen with a brilliant red-brown striped pattern. The variety does seem to show variability in fruit size, from 2-12 ounces. Really nice, rich and acid flavor. 75-80 days. Indeterminate. Open pollinated.

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Black Aisberg Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Black Aisberg Tomato

A regular-leaved, Russian beefsteak variety, producing attractive, deep reddish-brown fruit with darker shoulders, weighing between 4 and 8 oz. ‘Aisberg’ means ‘Iceberg’ in Russian. History Russian origin. There is a Russian commercial hybrid tomato called ‘Chernyi Aisberg F1’, however, the fruits are red and small, so this cultivar is unlikely to have come from the […]

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Black Apple Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Black Apple Tomato

A really great black tomato, with 4-6 ounce fruits that have a classic apple shape and an excellent, rich, smoky flavor. Fruits are deliciously juicy and meaty. Prolific bearing, originally from Russia.Open pollinated. Indeterminate. 72-75 days.

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Black Bell Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Black Bell Tomato

A delicious and high-yielding black tomato bearing 4-6 oz, red-black ripening fruit in the shape of a bell. Fruits are both juicy and meaty, with a very nice, sweet flavor. This variety is still rare in cultivation. Open pollinated. Indeterminate. 75-80 days.

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Black Elephant Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Black Elephant Tomato

A still very rare and delicious tomato bearing large purple-black fruits that grow to 8-14 oz. Fruits are flattened, somewhat like the classic beefsteak shape, with well-flavored, sweet and juicy flesh. Originally from Russia. Open pollinated. Indeterminate. 80 days.

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Black Ethiopian Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Black Ethiopian Tomato

Indet., regular leaf plants with high yield of 3-4 oz black/brown round fruits with dark green shoulders. Nice balanced flavor, slightly more acidic than sweet. Fruits do not keep too long and are best when consumed within a couple of days from the harvest.

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Black From Tula Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Black From Tula Tomato

A robust Russian heirloom and the largest of the dramatic blacks, with dark, greenish-black shoulders on dark, brownish-red, slightly flattened fruits that grow to 3 to 5″ in diameter. Full flavored, chocolate-brown flesh with green gel is rich and satisfying. Performs well in dry conditions.

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