Yea! First Pruden’s Purple. They are pink, though. So pretty! I don’t think I’ve ever actually seen a pink tomato before. These softened quite a bit over night, so I wouldn’t let these sit around too long before using.
The Description from where I got my seed:
Large, 10 to 16 oz., dark pink fruits grow on potato-leaved vines and mature quite early for such large fruit. Delicious flavor and good production. Similar to Brandywine, but earlier. Heirloom variety. Indeterminate. 75 days
Beautiful pink, with green shoulders. Nice size. The potato-leafed plants are more prone to spottiness than regular leafed ones.
My taste review:
Beautiful pink inside and out. Green shoulders common. Very meaty, a true beefsteak with few seeds. Excellent texture: very smooth and juicy. Flavor is nicely balanced with tart and sweet and an element of fruity. Thin skin. The best yet! On a BLT: has a bitter note, unfortunately.
Will I grow again?
Heck yeah. Except for the potato leaves, these are perfect. Great size, multiple use, exceptional taste quality and good yield too. Count me in.