Pineapple Tomato

Pineapple Tomato

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4.3 (6 reviews)
85-90 Days
Enormous, uniquely-patterned, yellow-red striped fruits will be the center of attraction. Beefsteak-type fruits easily grow to 5" and larger, and are orange-yellow with red streaks. Fruits have meaty flesh, mild flavor, and no green shoulders. Heavy foliaged plants produce good yields.
Indeterminate
30 seeds
1/32 Ounce
4pk: Starter Plants

Product Details

: 24
: Spring
: 0.5
: Fertile, well-drained
: 4-6-8
:
: 2 -
:
: Fruit

Physical Details

: Yes
: Green
: Orange with red streaks
: 7 to 21
: 85 to 90
: 24
: Yes
: Indeterminate
: OpenPollinated

Scientific Details

: Solanum
: lycopersicum
: Pineapple
Product Reviews
4.3 (6 reviews)
  • By John H
    1/23/2015
    From Grasonville, MD
    5.0
    Surprisingly one of the most hardy and prolific tomatoes I planted last year. Great taste.
  • By John H
    1/23/2015
    From Grasonville, MD
    5.0
    Surprisingly one of the most hardy and prolific tomatoes I planted last year. Great taste.
  • By Sara W
    1/10/2015
    From Walla Walla, WA
    4.0
    I grew 11 varieties of tomatoes in 2014. Of the seedlings I started, the Pineapple starts along with the Wild Boar Pink Carneros were the largest and most vigorous. The Pineapple vines set fruit fairly early, and also ripened quickly . In mid-Summer, they seemed to stop blooming, then they put on another flush of production in late Summer/early Fall. The fruit is very lovely when sliced, and has a good if not great flavor. Slices of this tomato are great for sandwiches, salad and garnish!
  • By susan s
    4/25/2014
    From Schuyler, VA
    4.0
    I love these tomatoes though sometimes they are more susceptible to blight than others. But what tomatoes I do get are worth the wait and trouble.