Tomato Cuor di Bue. 7-9 ounce beefsteak type shaped like a heart. Meaty, deep red flesh. Real tomato taste. The tomato all our Italian grandfathers grew. For fresh eating or sauce. Indeterminate. 70+ days. Indeterminate. Very large vigorous growing plant; these are quite productive and relatively early. 1.2 gram pack, approximately 300 seeds.
Posted by Frank Schenhoffer on 16th Dec 2013
I had these in the garden this past summer and could not be happier. They are juicy, meaty and the best taste ever. I also liked the very small seeds and the small amount of seeds. Everyone I gave them to loved them and was sad when the growing season was over. Try them, you will love them/
Posted by Georgie in Washington State on 8th Feb 2013
Quite like the Coeur di Bue tomatoes you do as a nice early productive red/pink for my heirloom mix. I'm trying a few other varieties of tomatoes you offer this year to see if I like them as well.
Posted by joseph on 4th Sep 2012
I tried 7 varieties this year, this one outproduced them all! The tomatoes where very fleshy, almost like a solid tomato with very little water and seed pockets like a normal tomato. Some grew red, and some grew pink often with an unripe green top as pictured. I grew them in New Jersey.
Posted by Lisa on 21st Apr 2012
Large meaty tomatoes. Plants produce well. Good tomato flavor! Love these fresh in tomato salad with basil, red onion, oregano and some good Extra Virgin Olive oil! I add some crumbled feta cheese or fresh mozzarella and a loaf of italian bread and you have a great summer meal!