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List of tomato cultivars

This is a list of current tomato cultivars.
Image Common name Color Maturity
(days)
Genetic type Size Shape Growth Leaf type Disease
resistance
code
Additional information Refs
Adoration Red 70–80 Hybrid Small Cocktail Indeterminate Regular leaf F V T A sister variety to Campari with more disease resistances [1]
Alicante Red 55–70 Heirloom Medium Standard Indeterminate Regular leaf Common in the UK, used to be the classic breakfast tomato because of the high productivity & taste [2]
Azoychka Yellow 68–78 Heirloom Large Beefsteak Indeterminate Regular leaf Russian Heirloom ripens to pale orange - flavour similar to Limmony [3]
Beefsteak Red 96 Heirloom Large Beefsteak [4]
Better Boy (Tomato) Red 70–80 Hybrid Medium/
Large
Standard Indeterminate Regular leaf F V N T [5]
Big Beef Red 70–80 Hybrid Medium Beefsteak Indeterminate Regular leaf F V N T [6]
Big Rainbow Yellow/
Red
80 – 85 Heirloom Large Beefsteak Large fruited yellow tomatoes with red swirls, and mild/sweet flavor [7]
Blaby Special Red 70 – 80 Heirloom Medium Round Originally from Blaby England and supplied throughout the country during WWII. Cultivar was brought back into cultivation in 2006 [8]
Black Krim Purple/
Brown
80 Heirloom Large Beefsteak Rather low production. Originally from the Crimean peninsula, or Isle of Krim off its coast, on the Black Sea[9][10] [11]
Brandywine Pink 90–100 Heirloom Large Beefsteak Indeterminate Potato leaf Noted for a "great tomatoey flavor" and large size. Very low production. Uneven ripening. [12]
Campari Red 69–80 Hybrid Small Cocktail Indeterminate Regular Leaf T Noted for its juiciness, high sugar level, low acidity, and lack of mealiness
Celebrity Red 70 Hybrid 10 oz. Flattened Globe Semi-Determinate Regular Leaf A V FF N T 1998 All-American Selection winner. Known for good flavor [13]
Cherokee purple Brown/
Purple
70–80 Heirloom Medium/
Large
Beefsteak Indeterminate Regular leaf F Fruit is an unusual brownish-purple color. Low production. [6]
Early Girl Red 63 Hybrid Medium Standard Indeterminate Regular leaf F V Named "Early Girl" to complement the existing Better Boy variety [6][14]
Enchantment Red 70–80 Hybrid Small Standard Indeterminate Regular leaf F V N [15]
Flamenco Red 58–74 Hybrid Medium Round Semi-determinate Regular Leaf Open-pollinated tomato for the Southwest. A cross between Silvery Fir Tree and Floridade. Continues to produce in hot weather. [16]
Fourth of July Red 49 Hybrid Medium Standard Indeterminate Regular leaf Named as such since it is expected to ripen early, likely before U.S. Independence Day [17][18]
Garden Peach Yellow 75 Heirloom Large Has a fuzzy skin similar to peaches, hence the name. [19]
Gardener's Delight Red 65 Heirloom Small Standard Indeterminate Regular leaf Popular for high yields of tasty bite-sized fruit [20]
German Johnson Pink-Red 76 Heirloom Large Standard Indeterminate Regular leaf Low relative yield per plant but very large fruit
Granadero Red 75 Hybrid Medium Roma Indeterminate Regular leaf A V F N T Very high yielding Roma tomato. Greenhouse or outdoors [21]
Great White Yellow Heirloom Large Standard Indeterminate Regular leaf Low yield of large pale yellow beefsteak tomatoes. Average flavor. [22]
Green Zebra Green/
Yellow
70–80 Open Pollinated[23] Medium Standard Indeterminate Regular leaf Striped green and yellow, somewhat tart [24][25]
Hillbilly Red/
Orange
85 Heirloom Large Standard Indeterminate Potato Leaf [26]
Japanese Black Trifele Burgundy/
Black/
Green
70–80 Heirloom Medium Pear Indeterminate Potato leaf Also known as Black Russian Trifele [27]
Jubilee Yellow 72 Heirloom Medium Standard Indeterminate Released by Burpee Seed Co. in 1943 [28]
Juliet Red 55–68 Hybrid Small Grape Indeterminate Regular leaf Resistant to cracking on the vine [6][29]
Kumato Brown/
Red
70–80 Hybrid Small/
Medium
Standard Indeterminate Regular leaf High fructose content tomato. A trade name for the variety Olmeca. [30][31]
Lillian's Yellow Yellow 90 Heirloom Medium Standard Potato Leaf Originally collected by Lillian Bruce of Tennessee [32]
McDreamy Red 70 Hybrid Small Grape Indeterminate Regular leaf F T Sunstream type grape tomato [33]
Matt's Wild Cherry Red 65 Heirloom Tiny Current tomato Indeterminate Regular leaf Ostensibly from the original wild tomato from Mexico [34]
Moneymaker Red 80 Heirloom Medium Standard Indeterminate Regular leaf Popular with grow-your-owners as seed is inexpensive compared to modern, often better, F1s. Blight prone. [35]
Mortgage Lifter Pink 70–80 Heirloom Medium/
Large
Beefsteak Indeterminate Regular leaf Used to pay off one man's mortgage, hence the name. [27][36]
Mr. Stripey Red/
Yellow
80+ Heirloom Medium/
Large
Beefsteak Indeterminate Regular leaf [24]
Pantano Romanesco Red 70–80 Heirloom Medium/
Large
Standard Indeterminate Regular leaf Rich, complex flavor. Heavy yield. Excellent all round tomato. [37]
Paul Robeson Dark Red/ Black 90 Heirloom Medium Beefsteak Indeterminate This Russian heirloom was made available by Marina Danilenko. [38][39]
Red Currant Red 65–70 Heirloom Small Round [40]
Roma Red 70–80 Hybrid Medium Plum Determinate Regular leaf F V Mainly used for making sauces or canning [41][42]
San Marzano Red 85 Heirloom Medium Plum [43]
Santorini Red Heirloom Small Pear Developed in Santorini (Greece), known for its flavour and body [44]
Sasha Altai Red 57 Heirloom 4-6 oz. Round Regular leaf Seeds given to Bill McDorman when in Irkutsk, Siberia in 1989, by a gentleman named Sasha. Selected by Organic Garden Magazine as one of the 10 best early producing tomatoes in the world. [45]
Stupice Red 62 days Heirloom Medium Standard Indeterminate Potato leaf [46]
Super Sweet 100 Red 55–68 Hybrid Small Round Indeterminate Regular Leaf V F [47]
Tiny Tim Red 45–60 Hybrid Small Round Determinate A dwarf variety cross bred from Window Box and Red Currant varieties. Developed by the University of New Hampshire and first sold in 1945. [48][49][50]
Tomaccio Red Heirloom Small Round Developed in Israel as the result of a 12 year breeding program [51]
Traveller / Arkansas Traveler Pink 85 Heirloom Small Round [52]
Yellow Pear Yellow 70–80 Heirloom Small Pear Indeterminate Regular Leaf V F [53][54]
Image Common name Color Maturity
(days)
Genetic type Size Shape Growth Leaf type Disease
resistance
code
Additional information Refs

See also

Notes

  1. ^Explanation of tomato disease resistance codes [55]
Some tomato cultivars will be marked with disease resistance codes, signifying that the plant is immune to a certain disease shown below:

References

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  4. ^ [1]
  5. ^ Tomato - Vegetable Directory - Watch Your Garden Grow - University of Illinois Extension
  6. ^ a b c d
  7. ^ Big Rainbow Tomato
  8. ^ Manx marvel (From Smallholder)
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  11. ^ Black Krim Certified Organic Tomato Seeds - Heritage Tomato Seeds - West Coast Seeds
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  19. ^ Garden Peach
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  23. ^ Green Zebra Tomato: Tomato of the Month
  24. ^ a b
  25. ^
  26. ^ Seed Savers Exchange - Tomato, Hillbilly Potato Leaf
  27. ^ a b
  28. ^ Jubilee, Jubilee Tomato, Yellow Tomato, Canning Tomato, Tomato, Tomato Seeds, Tomatoes, Seeds, Seed Catalog, Vegetable Seeds, Lycopersicon esculentum, Heirloom Tomato, Heirloo...
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  32. ^ [2]
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  34. ^ Matt's Wild Cherry
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  38. ^ http://www.seedaholic.com/tomato-paul-robeson.html
  39. ^ http://www.mastergardenerssandiego.org/newsletter/article.php?ID=15
  40. ^ Red Currant tomato
  41. ^
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  43. ^ San Marzano Tomatoes: Growing, Varieties, History, Making Sauce & A Lot More
  44. ^ Santorini Cherry Tomatoes: Information about the Cherry Tomatoes of Santorini Greece, Cyclades
  45. ^ https://store.tomatofest.com/Sasha_Altai_p/tf-0446.htm
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  51. ^ http://www.raker.com/doc/raker.tomaccio.handout.pdf
  52. ^ Arkansas Traveler Tomato Plants - The Tasteful Garden
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External links

  • Non-profit discussion forums for tomato growers with special emphasis on heirloom varieties
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