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Tomato - Pineapple Heirloom Seeds

Tomato - Pineapple Heirloom Seeds

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Open-pollinated heirloom  (85 days)

Fruit Color: Bi-color Yellow and Red. Shape: Flattened Globe. Size: 1 lb. Plant Habit: Indeterminate  Plant Size: 6’

Large 1 lb. Bi-color fruits are famous for their sweet and fruity low-acid flavor. A beautiful tomato with a unique color of yellow on the outside and red streaks inside. The Pineapple tomato vines set fruit fairly early, and also ripen quickly. In mid-summer, they seemed to stop blooming, and then they put on another flush of production in late summer/early fall. The fruit is very lovely when sliced, and has great flavor. One big slice of this tomato on bread with mayo makes a great summertime sandwich.

History: This 100-year-old heirloom is originally from Kentucky. It produces beautiful fruit with bright yellow flesh and red-mottled stripes running throughout it. It is really sweet with a slight pineapple-like taste. Pineapple tomatoes have been known to reach 2 lbs.

Heirloom non-GMO    10 Seeds

Germination Tip: Start seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before transplant date. Sow 1/4” deep, keep the soil moist and warm at 70-80˚F. Germination takes 5-10 days. Move to bright light when seedlings emerge. Transplant to larger containers when the first two true leaves appear.


All of our seeds are GMO-free.

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Gary
Gorgeous

Gorgeous color, meaty flesh, great for making orange salsas with habaneros. Also these did good in our short season here in New Mexico.

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Noah
Beautiful inside!

When cut open, these beautiful pineapple tomatoes do indeed look like tropical fruit with streaks of pink and orange. They are delicious and lovely in salads, on sandwiches, or used to make orange salsa. Thanks for the excellent seeds, nearly every one we planted sprouted.

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greta
big fruit, rodents loved them

These strong seedlings gave us an excellent crop. we had a lot of fruit on just one plant. Unfortunately because of how big they grew before ripening, they were picked before the full color had a chance to emerge. Also, because of how long they stayed on the plant, they were taken by squirrels before we could eat them. Nothing bad against the seeds, they were great! Just not my favorite variety to grow.

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Russell’s Garden Center
Hands down my favorite tomato

This tomato is awesome! It’s been my favorite for years. I grow it every year. Our entire family does tastes tests for fun, this one is always one of the top favorites, along with Box Car Willie & Caspian pink. The great thing about this tomato despite its fabulous flavor is the beauty when you cut into it. Just beautiful. Juicy, huge, great In flavor and appearance.We eat it fresh out of the garden like a huge apple but love it in salads, on sandwiches, in sauces, In caprese-any way you’d like! Fabulous tomato!

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Kelsey
Fast growing

I planted these late last year, but they quickly grew and provided lots of huge tomatoes. What gorgeous color they have when sliced! Deliciously sweet and meaty with lots of flavor. I am growing these again and will plant earlier this year!

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