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Diener Tomato
Large, bright-red, tart, beefsteak-type fruits that. Introduced in California in 1917.
Dinner Plate Tomato
Large (up to twenty four ounce), pink, heart-shaped fruits.
Dixie Golden Giant Tomato
Clear lemon-yellow colored with some fruit having a pink blush.
Don's Double Delight Tomato
Large, 8 to 16 oz., irregular oblate-shaped fruit that are red with golden orange streaks. Its delicious flavor is similar to a classic red tomato flavor, but slightly sweeter.
Dot's Delight Tomato
A rare heirloom. The fruits are nice, large, pink fruits.
Dr. Walter Tomato
Medium sized (2-10oz.), red, globe to elongated mild flavored fruits.
Dr. Wyche's Yellow Tomato
One of the best yellow beafsteaks available. Meaty, firm textured, and excellent flavored.
Duke of York Tomato
Productive plants with 6 oz., red, firm, meaty and tasty fruits.
Durmitor Tomato
Beautiful, smooth, red, globe-shaped, large cherry type fruits.
Dwarf Almandine Tomato
Paste-type, 4 oz., dark pink color with darker shoulders, with a pleasant, balanced flavor.
Dwarf Amy's Ohio Tomato
Globe to oblate shaped, average 3 oz. but can reach ten oz.; yellow-skinned with green flesh delivering a well-balanced, slightly sweet flavor.
Dwarf Andy's Forty Tomato
Oblate shaped, brown colored with vertical green stripes, 4-8 oz., mildly balanced, slightly sweet flavor.
Dwarf Arctic Rose Tomato
Fruits are smooth, round to oblate, 3 to 8 ounce and ripen pink. Nice balanced flavor.
Dwarf Audrey's Love Tomato
Paste-type fruit, 2-4 oz., red with green striping, juicy with a mild, balanced flavor.
Dwarf Bendigo Blush Tomato
Oval shaped, pink colored, 1-2 oz., cherry tomatoes with a sweet, well balanced flavor.
Dwarf Bendigo Drop Tomato
Oval shaped, pink colored, cherry tomatoes. Excellent for snacking.
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