Pink Tomato Plants

Pink tomatoes range in color from light pink to dark pink almost to the point of appearing red. Tomato Geeks carries around 80 varieties of organic, pink tomato plants. They come in all shapes and sizes and sweetness levels. I’ve found that in recent years produce markets seem to prefer the pink tomatoes to many of the well-established and great tasting red tomatoes because their customers seem to identify pink with the heirloom tomatoes they seek and shy away from the red tomatoes that for so long did not carry the better flavor.

There are many pink tomato varieties that are historically valued for their big, old-fashioned tomatoey flavors including: 1884 heirloom tomato, Anna Russian, Tidwell German, Brandywine, German Johnson, Bull’s Heart tomato, Mrs. Houseworth and Radiator Charlie’s Mortgage Lifter tomato.

1884 Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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1884 Tomato

Great old-time heirloom tomato said to have been discovered by James Lyde Williamson near Friendly W.Virginia in a pile of flood debris from the Ohio River in 1884.  Produces a vigorous, regular leaf, tomato plant that yields large (1-2 lb.) dark pink fruit with lots of tomato flavors. Perfect tomato plants to include in your […]

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Alsou Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Alsou Tomato

Variety whose origin is German. Big pink heart-shaped fruit  flavor typical of hearts. Beef meat in the typical flavor of heirloom tomatoes. Very good production of mid-season, determined growth. Can be grown in pots.

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Aunt Ginny’s Purple Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Aunt Ginny’s Purple Tomato

Midseason, indet., potato leaf, pink beefsteak type fruits, 7-16 oz, outstanding flavor, even when not fully ripe, very sweet, one of my favorite tomatoes. Not very productive in my climate as it sets fruit late here in Michigan and does not ripen lots of fruits before frost, but it is very well worth growing for […]

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Aventuniai Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Aventuniai Tomato

80-85 days, indet., regular leaf, pink beefsteak fruit, some smooth and some slightly ribbed, yellow shoulders on the fruits exposed to sun but they disappear when fully ripe, 10-16 oz, nice creamy flesh, sweet taste, excellent flavor.

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Babywine Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Babywine Tomato

Tomato ‘Babywine’ is very cute with pink, plum-shaped fruits. They are early, crack-resistant, and produced in abundance. Best of all, they have a rich, well-balanced flavor. I can’t think of anything negative to say about it.

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Barns Mountain Pink Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Barns Mountain Pink Tomato

95 days. Very tall vines were grown at Barnes Mountain, Kentucky. They produce luscious, pink beefsteak fruit that ranges in size from 10 ounces to 3 pounds! This good-tasting variety produces rather late.

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Bear Claw Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Bear Claw Tomato

80-85 days, indet., regular leaf, pink large and meaty beefsteaks, 8-14 oz on average, but some fruits can get up to 24 oz. Excellent sweet flavor.

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Belmonte Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Belmonte Tomato

A rare Italian heirloom, taking it’s name from the town of Belmonte, Italy where this variety originated. These dark pink tomatoes are real beauties. Most are fluted/ruffled and no two look quite the same. These are very juicy tomatoes that produce very few seeds (the major reason they are rare!). The flavor is mild but […]

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Bezrazmernyi Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Bezrazmernyi Tomato ,

A productive Russian variety from Siberia that has big, hard fruits which grow to 1 kg. One plant can produce even 6 kilos of fruits and grows to 120 cm. Need good soil and regular fertilizing to achieve satisfying crops. Deep dark pink fruit with lots of tomato sweet flavors. One of our favorite varieties […]

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Big Ben #1 Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Big Ben #1 Tomato

Indet., regular leaf, large pink slightly ribbed beefsteaks, some with radial cracking at the top. 10-16 oz. Very good flavor.

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Black Mountain Pink Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Black Mountain Pink Tomato

Indet., regular leaf plants. Pink beefsteaks, 10-18 oz, meaty and juicy, excellent sweet flavor. History An heirloom from Black Mountain area in Harlan County, Kentucky. It was found at an abandoned homestead in the fall of 1993. First offered in the Seed Savers 2001 Yearbook by Austin Isaacs of Berea, Kentucky (KY IS A2), who […]

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Blue Ridge Mountain Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Blue Ridge Mountain Tomato

This old heirloom from the Appalachian Mountains gives heavy yields of 1-2 pound beefsteak fruits which are pink and globe shaped with no cracks or blemishes. Another tomato ideal for sandwiches, they have excellent meaty, sweet-tart flesh. Plants grow very tall, are highly productive and have good disease resistance.

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