• Grown, sold, and described by Muddy Bucket Farm
  • Plant growth: indeterminate
  • Leaf type: regular leaf
  • Time to maturity: midseason
  • Approx. number of seeds per pack: 20
  • Vendor’s original seed source: Commercial Vendor

Beefsteak – Compact indet. plants with dense regular foliage, 8-12 oz red, slightly oblate fruits growing in clusters of 4-6. Superb full balanced flavor. Shapes range from round globes to elongated slabs. All show a bit of oblate structure. I rated the taste at an 8/10. This one is from the Livingston stock dating back to the late 19th Century.

The name “beefsteak” can be confusing for a number of reasons. In today’s world, most large tomatoes are generally referred to as a “beefsteak” type. And, some varieties have the word “beefsteak” as part of the name (i.e. “Old Ferry Morse Beefsteak” and “Mini Beefsteak”).

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