Beefsteak Tomato – Good Source of Vitamin A, B, C, K, E, and Potassium
Monster ‘maters with a gigantic taste!
The perfect sandwich just isn’t perfect without thick slices of a super-sized Beefsteak Tomato. Our Beefsteak Tomato vines produce enormous, juicy fruit with a meaty texture that’s delicious fresh from the garden or canned to savor for later.
Beefsteak Tomatoes are a good source of Vitamin A, C, K, E, potassium, thiamine (Vitamin B1), and niacin (Vitamin B3).
Weight: 1 gram
Count: Approximately 180 seeds
Beefsteak Tomatoes are warm-weather plants, so make sure that you plant them after frost danger has passed. Or start them indoors six to eight weeks before the last frost date. You’ll need to trellis, stake or cage these monster ‘maters. The vines are vigorous, but they can be trained by trimming and tying them off at regular intervals. Beefsteak Tomatoes are temperature-sensitive, and they ripen best between 55 to 85 degrees. Harvest your Beefsteak Tomatoes when they easily come away from the vine. Then get ready to enjoy their succulent goodness.