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This is a list of tomato varieties / cultivars / breeds. Please include, when possible, determinate/indeterminate/other, resistance (VF or other), fruit shape, color, size in ounces, days to maturity, hybrid/heirloom, leaf shape (PL for potato leaf, RL for regular leaf, also A for Angora, et cetera).

Tomato Cultivars
Red
Common name Maturity Resistance Type Size Vine Shape Description
1884 78 days Heirloom 16-32 oz. Indeterminate Beefsteak Said to have been discovered by James Lyde Williamson near Friendly, West Virginia in a pile of flood debris from the Ohio River in 1884.
Abraham Lincoln 80–90 days Heirloom 12-16 oz. Indeterminate Globe Introduced in Illinois in 1923.
Ailsa Craig[1] 68 days xx xx Indeterminate Globe Tomato Ailsa Craig produces medium sized green back fruit of perfect size and shape early in the season with excellent deep colour and noted for its vigour and the exceptional flavour of its fruit. A tomato suitable for indoor or outdoor cultivation.
Alicante[1] 68 days xx xx Indeterminate Globe Tomato Alicante produces a heavy crop of greenback free fruit early in the season and the flavour is excellent.
Amish Paste 85 days Heirloom 6-8 oz. Indeterminate Paste As the name implies, best for paste/sauce. Oblong shape, good taste.
Balconi Red[1] 70 days xx Determinate Cherry An exceptionally sweet cherry variety with the exciting attribute of being able to trail when grown as a basket plant, one plant filling a 30 cm (12in) basket with ease.
Beefmaster 80 days Hybrid Indeterminate Beefsteak Purportedly the very best version of beefsteak.
Berry F1 Hybrid[1] xx days Hybrid Indeterminate Strawberry Cascading trusses of deliciously sweet, dark-red, strawberry-shaped fruits. The small, 15g (½oz) fruits of Tomato Berry have an outstanding flavour. Early ripening and crops heavily throughout the summer. Tomato Berry is best for the greenhouse, but will grow in a sunny spot outdoors.
Better Boy 82 days Hybrid Indeterminate Globe Improved version of the original Big Boy.
Black Krim 75 days Heirloom Indeterminate Globe Russian heirloom. Brownish purple skin, sweet flavour with a hint of saltiness.
Bloody Butcher 55 days Heirloom Indeterminate Globe Small sweet tomatoes. Disease resistant. High yielding and early maturing.
Bragger xx days Heirloom Indeterminate Globe
Bush Champion 70 days Hybrid 8 - 12 oz. Determinate Compact plants, only 24" tall. Large, meaty tomatoes.
Campari tomato Campari 69–80 days T Hybrid Medium Indeterminate plum, RL noted for sweetness and low acidity
Celebrity 70 days VA Hybrid Indeterminate Globe
Cherokee 80 days VF Heirloom Large Determinate Globe Not related to Cherokee purple or brown.
Cherrola F1 Hybrid[1] xx days xx Hybrid xx Determinate Globe Cherrola's long trusses often hold up to 20 well-spaced, dark red fruits weighing on average 20g (¾oz)! The cherry-sized fruits have an excellent balance of sweetness and acidity giving them an outstanding flavour. Tomato Cherrola is suitable for growing outside or under glass.
Country Taste F1 Hybrid[1] xx days xx Hybrid 1/2lb + Indeterminate Beefstake Indeterminate habit requires support and sideshooting. Tomato Country Taste produces meaty, delicious fruits, which can easily attain weights over 227g (½lb) if trusses are trimmed to allow 3 or 4 fruits to ripen per truss. Tomato Country Taste is early to set and ripen when grown under glass.
Crimson Cushion 90 days Heirloom Large Indeterminate Ribbed Wilt-resistant.
Cristal F1 Hybrid[1] 105 days xx Hybrid 4 oz Indeterminate Globe Firm, round, glossy scarlet-skinned fruits with ruby-red, dark flesh, up to 120g (4oz) in weight and greenback-free. Tomato Cristal is best grown under glass, although can be grown in a warm, sunny position outdoors. A good variety with excellent disease resistance.
Delicious 77 days Heirloom 24 oz. Indeterminate Globe Set World Record for weight in 1986 at 7 lb 12 oz (3.5 kg)
Earliana 65 days Heirloom 6 oz. Indeterminate Globe Introduced in 1900.
Extreme Bush 50 days Hybrid 3 oz. Bush Globe Extended-season determinate.
Falcorosso F1[1] xx days VF Hybrid xx Determinate Cherry Large cherry sized fruits in abundance with up to 20 tomatoes per truss, with many trusses per plant. Tomato Falcorosso is the ideal greenhouse tomato, showing great resistance to Fusarium, Verticillium Wilt, Cladosporium and Mosaic Virus. Juicy flavour.
Ferline F1 Hybrid[1] xx days VF Hybrid 5 oz. Indeterminate Globe A remarkable tomato variety. The vigorous, indeterminate plants produce heavy crops of deep red fruits of up to 150gm (5oz) in weight with a very good flavour. Suitable for growing under glass. Tomato Ferline is also resistant to fusarium and verticillium wilt.
Fourth of July 49 days Hybrid 4 oz. Indeterminate Globe This is the earliest variety of non-cherry type tomatoes which might be ripe by the Fourth of July, in a typical climate.
Goliath 85 days Heirloom 36 oz. Indeterminate Beefsteak Very large tomato.
Grosse Lisse 72 days Heirloom Indeterminate Globe Large tomato.
Matchless 85 days Heirloom 6 oz. Indeterminate Globe Created by W. Atlee Burpee in 1889.
Matt's Wild Cherry 55 days Heirloom Tiny Indeterminate Cherry Tiny tomato, supposedly found in the wild in Mexico, where the first wild tomato plants may have originated.
Moneymaker 80 days Heirloom 5 oz. Indeterminate Globe
Mortgage Lifter 80–85 days Heirloom Indeterminate Beefsteak Very large heirloom tomato developed by M.C. 'Charlie' Byles in Logan, West Virginia in the 1930s. He sold the tomato plants for a dollar each and paid off his $6000 mortgage in only 6 years.
Red Brandywine 100 days Heirloom Indeterminate Beefsteak May be related to the original Brandywine, but is red instead of pink with green shoulders, and has normal leaves.
Reiner 80–85 days Heirloom Determinate Beefsteak Grown and locally sold in the vicinity of Louisville. Thought to be hybrid of Better Boy and Mister Stripey.
TomateTrossRomanaTyp.jpgRoma 75 days VF Heirloom Determinate Paste Standard paste tomato, cylindrical to pear-shaped.
Rutgers 75 days VF Heirloom 6 oz. Determinate Globe One of the most standard heirlooms, crack-resistant.
San Marzano 85 days Heirloom Indeterminate paste Considered finer than Roma, haute cuisine paste tomato. Cylindrical to pear-shaped, a signature tomato of Italian cuisine.
Shirley 65 days FT Hybrid Indeterminate Medium globe An outstanding variety with heavy crops of perfectly formed fruit of fine colour and flavour.
Small Fry 65 days VFN Hybrid Determinate 1 inch Ideal variety to grow in containers, disease resistant.
Sun Sugar 57 days Hybrid 1/2-3/4 inch Indeterminate Cherry Small orange fruit, early ripening, high sugar content, and thin skinned.
Super Fantastic 70 days VF Hybrid Indeterminate Globe Heavy producer of large, smooth, round fruit with a good balance of sweet and acidic.
Sweet 100 55 days VF Hybrid 1 inch Indeterminate Cherry One of the most popular cherry tomatoes, super-productive, sweet.
Sweet Chelsea 64 days VFFNT Hybrid 1 inch Indeterminate Cherry Improved version of Sweet 100, resistant to 10 diseases as well as cracking and drought.
Sweet Million 75 days VFNTSt Hybrid 1 inch Indeterminate Cherry More productive version of Sweet 100, can produce over 500 fruits.
Three Sisters 75 days Potato leaf 6 oz. Indeterminate pleated, roma, globe This breed actually can bear any one of three types of tomato: A single-pleated variety, a roma style, or a pleated, flattened fruit.
Tiny Tim 45 days Heirloom 1 oz. Bush Cherry Extremely tiny plant, can grow and produce in a three inch (76 mm) pot, plant is 10 to 12 inches (300 mm) tall.
Ugly Heirloom 24 oz. Beefsteak
Variegated 75 days Heirloom 2 oz. Indeterminate Globe Leaves are, as the name implies, yellow and green. Extremely decorative, but with tasty red fruit.
Vittoria  ?  ? (UK)
Pink
Common name Maturity Resistance Type Size Vine Shape Description
Brandywine[1] 78 days Heirloom Indeterminate Beefsteak This variety dates back to 1885 and is regarded as one of the world's finest flavoured 'beefsteak' tomatoes. Tomato Brandywine yields a heavy crop of firm, clear skinned, light rosy pink fruits on plants with potato like leaves. (Lycopersicon esculentum). Believed to come from Amish origins.
Dwarf Champion 80 days Heirloom 8 oz. Tree Globe Rugose leaves
Giant Belgium pink 85 days 32 oz. Indeterminate Globe Low acid, sweet.
New Big Dwarf 90 days Heirloom 16 oz. Tree Beefsteak Been around for 90 years.
Pink Beefsteak 70 days Indeterminate Globe As the name implies, medium beefsteak variety, even more pink than typical beefsteaks.
Ponderosa Pink 80 days Heirloom 12 oz. Tree Beefsteak Medium to large beefsteak variety, Low acid, Produces firm large pink meaty fruit with few seeds.
Sweet Quartz 65 days VFNT Hybrid 1 inch Indeterminate Cherry Disease resistant pink cherry tomatoes, grows very tall.
Valena Pink 85 days VFNT Heirloom 1-2 pounds Indeterminate Beefsteak Small seeds, slightly acid, very tall potato leaf variety, IMHO tied with mortgage lifter a great BLT tomato
Violaceum Krypni-Rozo 80 days Heirloom 8 oz. Indeterminate Scalloped Bizarre scalloped fruit, extremely deep and numerous lobes has a pretty, unique style.
Orange
Amana Orange 90 days 16 oz. Indeterminate Beefsteak Beefsteak-style fruit is orange, has a mild flavor.
Ida Gold 59 days Heirloom 3 oz. Determinate Globe Low acid, good flavor.
Orange Jubilee 70–80 days Indeterminate Paste Mild, non-acidic tomato with meaty thick walls and few seeds.
Yellow
Azoychka 60 days Heirloom 8 oz. Indeterminate Globe Russian in origin, citrus flavor.
Balconi Yellow[1] 70 days xx Determinate Cherry An exceptionally sweet cherry variety with the exciting attribute of being able to trail when grown as a basket plant, one plant filling a 30 cm (12in) basket with ease.
Banana Legs 75 days Heirloom 4 inches long Indeterminate Paste Similar in shape and color to a small banana, may rarely have faint green stripes.
Blondköpfchen 75–80 days Heirloom Indeterminate Cherry Small, sweet golden tomato with high yields. Crack resistant. Originates from Germany.
Garden peach tomato 80 days Indeterminate Globe Yellow fruit has fuzzy skin and resembles a peach.
Yellow Brandywine 100 days Heirloom Indeterminate Beefsteak PL, Amish origins.
Black / Purple
Aunt Ginny's Purple 80 days Indeterminate Beefsteak Flavor is said to be similar to brandywine, though it produces more.
Bear Creek Early-Midseason Large Indeterminate Globe Attractive fruits of fine flavor and good production, named for Bear Creek Farm in Osceola, Mo.
Black Cherry[1] 100 days Indeterminate 1 inch Indeterminate Cherry A blackish-purple skinned, cherry tomato with dark red flesh and a sweet and juicy flavour. Tomato Black Cherry produces sweet and juicy fruits in abundance throughout the summer.
Black Krim 80 days 12 oz. Indeterminate Globe Dark purple with green shoulders.
Black Russian[1] 78 days Heirloom xx Indeterminate Globe These medium sized black tomatoes grow on compact plants bearing plenty of dark mahogany-brown fruits, with a delicious blend of sugar and acid. Tomato Black Russian has a distinctive, complex flavour. (Lycopersicon esculentum).
Cherokee purple tomatoCherokee purple 80 days 16 oz. Indeterminate Globe Purple shoulders, originally grown by Cherokee Indians, extremely popular flavor.
Chocolate Cherokee 80 days Indeterminate Globe Crimson with brown/black shoulders.
Green
Common name Maturity Resistance Type Size Vine Shape Description
Aunt Ruby's German Green 80 days 16 oz. Indeterminate Beefsteak
green tomato Emerald Evergreen 72 days Indeterminate Globe Supposedly especially good and mild tasting.
Green Bell Pepper 76 days Indeterminate Globe Not actually a green pepper, but shaped and colored like one, inside and out. Tastes like a tomato.
White
White Wonder 80 days 32 oz. Indeterminate Beefsteak Huge, white with yellow tint.
Snow White Cherry 70 days 1 inch Indeterminate Cherry Small, blushing green with a whitish tint caused by a reflective surface.
Multicolor
Black Zebra 85 days Indeterminate Globe Brown with black stripes, deep, sweet flavor.
Green ZebraGreen Zebra 78 days 4 oz. Indeterminate Globe Two tone with green stripes.
Mister Stripey 56 days 6-24 oz. Indeterminate Beefsteak Yellow with red/pink stripes.
tigerella Tigerella 59 days 2 to 4 oz indeterminate globe red with yellow stripes

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See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Thompson & Morgan Seed Catalogue 2009 http://www.thompson-morgan.com/search.html?section=all&search=tomato

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