Bella Rosa Hybrid Tomato

Bella Rosa Hybrid Tomato

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4.4 (8 reviews)
75 Days
(VFFAStTSWV)-Plants produce high yields of large bright red tomatoes which are round, firm, and highly flavorful. A good balance of acid and sugar. A heat tolerant variety which does well in hot humid areas. Perfect for home gardens.
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20 seeds
4 pack plants
100 Seeds

Product Details

: 12
: Spring
: Fertile, well-drained
: 4-6-8
:
: 2 -
:
: Fruit

Physical Details

: Green
: Red
: 7 to 21
: 75
: 24
: Yes
: Determinate
: Hybrid

Resistance Details

: Tomato
: Yes

Scientific Details

: Tomato
: Solanum
: lycopersicum
: Bella Rosa
Product Reviews
4.4 (8 reviews)
  • By Laurel K
    8/26/2017
    From Saint Louis, MO
    5.0
    The description on this tomato is spot on with one exception. The days to mature were shorter for me. It was one of the earliest that I planted this year to give me fruit. I planted these just to use in cooking of chili or pasta sauces. Loved the taste an
  • By William B
    1/18/2015
    From North Florida
    4.0
    A very good tasting tomato if picked when they are orange and left to sit for a couple of weeks to get 'dead ripe.' It's a fairly firm tomato so there is little chance that they will rot while further ripening as long as they are laid out in a manner in which air circulates around them (not piled in a box or basket).
  • By donald s
    8/15/2014
    From tallahassee, fl
    5.0
    Fantastic tomato ! 14 oz average, 25 - 30 friut per plant...needs extra support per branch due to weight of fruit ( all weighed on digital scale ) great taste, Everyone loved these ! a show stopper on the platter...
  • By Katherine H
    3/3/2014
    From Los Altos, CA
    4.0
    Did great one year, not so good the next--I think the difference was the cooler weather the second summer, almost no days above 90, most days 75-80 and cool nights (great for us though!). Seems to like more heat. The warmer summer, it produced beautiful round red shiny tomatoes--would win a beauty contest. When giving away excess, these were the first to be taken, always.