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The Top 25 Tomatoes and Peppers, Selected by ATP Members

By dave
March 1, 2014

It's the week we've all been waiting for! Let's open Tomatoes and Peppers week with a look at the most popular varieties, as determined by the number of individuals who have posted comments and photos to the entries in our database.

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Name: Carl Boro
Milpitas, CA (Zone 10b)
Celebrating Gardening: 2015 Photo Contest Winner: 2015
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coboro
Mar 1, 2014 2:33 PM CST
I agree with @riceke. I have grown Big Beef for a number of years (around ten?) and only once was I disappointed with how it grew. The first few large fruits are as pretty as a tomato gets and the flavor has never disappointed me. I always try to grow a few new tomatoes every year and if the new ones are better I keep growing them and get rid of an older one. That's why it's amazing that I have grown Big Beef for as many years as I have.
Carl
Name: Joanne
Calgary, AB Canada (Zone 3a)
I was one of the first 300 contributors to the plant database! Garden Ideas: Master Level Region: Canadian Charter ATP Member Seed Starter Roses
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Joannabanana
Mar 1, 2014 3:13 PM CST
I prefer a determinate slicing tomato. Last year I grew Starfire, which is determinate and larger fruit than Celebrity. Great tasting as well. I ordered the Starfire seeds again and plan to have few of this variety this year. Ordered them from Victory Seeds. Funny thing, Starfire was developed in Canada in the 60's, for prairie conditions, and the only place I found that sold the seeds was in Oregon

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