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Great White Tomato Seeds

Great White Tomato Seeds

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You may think it’s strange to have a tomato turn white, but you will be missing out if you don’t grow these sweet, juicy, delicious tomatoes! These White Beefsteak tomatoes grow to be large pods with thick, meaty texture with smooth skin, and they can weigh to 2 pounds!  They will ripen to white-yellow skin and are actually known to be the largest and tastiest of the white tomato varieties.  The Great White Beefsteak Tomato’s flavor is citrusy with tones of apple, pineapple, melon, and guava, with low acid.  They maintain good texture and flavor, and you will love this tomato for its color and taste!

This Great White Tomato plant is a productive plant that grows to 3-5 feet tall, but it is important that you support the plant due to the weight (1-2 pounds) of the pods.  Other than that, the plant is not fragile, and they mature earlier than other white tomatoes.  One of the positives of this plant is they grow to be quite leafy and the dense foliage protects the skin from getting sun-scorched.  This great white heirloom tomato is great for sandwiches, salads, and a yummy tomato sauce.  Try making a white sauce with this!

Fun fact: it is likely to be dated back to the 1860s and known to be an old American heirloom.

This is an indeterminate tomato variety.

Species: Solanum Lycopersicum

Type: Sweet 

Origin: United States

Days to Harvest: 85+ Days 

# of Seeds per Packet: 20+ Seeds 


Check out our variety of delicious tomatoes that you can grow in your garden.  We also carry another Beefsteak variety called the Beefsteak Tomato that you must grow!  

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Zack Walker
First time grower

These took right off germinating 2 in paper towel method. Transplanted well in the dirt and used some root shield. Now about a foot tall getting first flower pods and Transplanted from small cups to black pots with tomato cages fertilizing once a week. Trying not to over water them or let them dry out is tricky in this back and forth weather. Aphids went after one of the new seedlings I had going and almost took it down but a little pinch to the pests and some soapy water spray and the tomato is fighting back out of it so. Hope to get some good stuff this year and hoping my peppers do just as good, seedlings on the peppers keep turning white and staying small but I think it’s been too cold because my pepperonchini is doing good. Transplanting into the ground pretty soon just gotta keep watching for the pests. I’m learning as I grow I just hope I don’t mess it up now 😝

Katherine Daniels
don't know yet

I only gave a 2 star review because I don't know much about the plants or tomatoes yet. Some of them came up and they just have 4 leaves. That's all I can say. I'll be transplanting them on Sunday.