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.
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
    From Saint Louis, MO
    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
    From North Florida
    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
    From tallahassee, fl
    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
    From Los Altos, CA
    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.