Best Beefsteak Tomato Seeds For 2011
If your looking for the best Beefsteak tomato seeds to plant in your garden for the 2011 season, I've got you covered. You probably know that when it comes to growing tomatoes for size, Beefsteak seeds are your best choice. These seeds will grow plants that will produce tomatoes weighing 2 pounds and possibly more.
Does size matter? Is bigger better? No, not necessarily. Some Beefsteak seeds will produce massive fruits with sub-par flavor. Well I know that tomato gardeners such as myself are in search of size and flavor. Here are a few varieties that I have found to provide the best of both worlds.
The "Watermelon Beefsteak" seed will produce amazingly large and quite meaty tomatoes. This is an heirloom seed, and fruits may grow to weights of up to 2 pounds. These tomatoes have delicious flavor, making them a great Beefsteak seed to have in your garden for 2011.
"Beef Master" Tomato Seeds
The "Beef Master" Beefsteak is one of the most popular hybrid beefsteak seed types. It's excellent resistance to disease makes it one of the best Beefsteaks for those just getting started with tomato gardening in 2011. These bright red tomatoes weigh up to 2 pounds. 80 days to maturity.
"Dolly" Beefsteak Tomato Seeds
These Beefsteak seeds will produce tomatoes that can weigh over 2 pounds apiece! This is one of the best beefsteak seed varieties for slicing and sandwiches. A slice of these tomatoes will be as big or bigger than a typical slice of bread. These seeds will definitely be planted in my garden for the 2011 growing season!
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