Watermelon Beefsteak Tomato Seeds

by Ashley Cotter-Cairns
(Container Gardening For You)

Beefsteak tomatoes produce one of the largest tomato cultivars, where fruits weighing more than 2 pounds are no longer considered surprising.

The fruits follow an irregular kidney bean shape, spreading out to the sides, which is quite contrary to the perfect round shape that tasteless, shop-bought tomatoes are expected to take on.

Grow some wonderful, rare tomatoes with these impressive Watermelon Beefsteak Tomato Seeds.

Watermelon Beefsteaks have tiny seed cavities, with firm solid centers, and bright red flesh.

Their pink skin is the result of a beautiful clear skin over luscious red flesh.

The fruits are lightly ruffled and are big in flavors; sweet, juicy, complex, along with a perfectly balanced acidity.

Although beefsteak tomatoes are one of the slowest-maturing varieties, they will continue to produce and set fruit all throughout the season until the first frost.

Read reviews of Watermelon Beefsteak Tomato Seeds at Amazon

High germination rate: These heirloom seeds are produced form real Watermelon Beefsteak fruits. They are guaranteed to have high germination rates, and are able to break soil in just two weeks

Huge fruits: Yield abundant produce of about two pounds Watermelon Beefsteak tomatoes that are exceptional in both appearance and texture

Classic flavor: This variety is guaranteed to produce that classic and rich beefsteak tomato flavor you will surely love. Deliciously rich fruits are wonderful for slicing for sandwiches and fresh salads, or even for snacking

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