Paul Robeson (Russian Heirloom)
It is a gorgeous, dark and dusky-hued fruit with intensely sweet earthy taste with a hint of tanginess, a luscious velvety smooth texture, beautiful skin, rich with juice and high production. 80 Days. Indeterminate.
Black from Tula (Ukrainian Heirloom)
An old heirloom that originated in the Ukraine many years ago. The 10-12 ounce oblate fruit are dark reddish black with green shoulders and have a very rich taste. The gel capsules inside the tomato are green. They add color to salads and make delicious tomato sandwiches. (80 days from transplant). 80 Days. Indeterminate.
Black Prince (Russian Heirloom)
This is a Siberian tomato is fairly early and sets fruit in cool climates. The small, dark-red, slightly pear-shaped fruits begin maturing a little more than 2 months after planting. Very Productive. 75 Days. Indeterminate.
Ananas Noire (Belgian Heirloom)
85 days. This Belgian tomato yields large 1 to 1-1/2 lb tomatoes. Recognized by its striking mix of green and red interior flesh. A real heirloom conversation piece. Served sliced to show it off. Despite its color, the name is French for Black Pineapple. The skin has shades of green, purple, orange, and yellow. 85 Days. Indeterminate.
Japanese Black Trifele
Cherokee Purple is an old Cherokee Indian heirloom, variety; beautiful, deep, dusky purple-pink color, superb sweet flavor, and very-large-sized fruit. Chefs love this one for gourmet meals. 85 Days. Indeterminate.
Highly productive black heirloom with excellent flavor. Resists cracking and cat-facing better than other large, black heirlooms, producing a higher proportion of marketable fruit. Blocky round, 10-14 oz. fruit with dark olive shoulders fading into a very dark, brick red. Boasts the signature rich flavor and meaty texture of a classic black tomato. Excellent yields and fruit quality for an heirloom.
Japanese Black Trifele
Russian Heirloom. Good yields of 4–6 oz. fruit with excellent, rich flavor.
Harvest when shoulders are still green for best flavor. Potato-leaf plants. Indeterminate.
Medium sized, brown fruits with dark olive green stripes and slight ribbing. Flesh is more reddish with excellent flavor: rich, sweet and delicious. Indeterminate, regular leaf vines produce well from 85 days.