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    • Collette Roberts Robbins

      Ananas Noire (Black Pineapple) Tomato. Would fit right in with my rainbow colored maters.


      One of the most colorful tomato varieties on the market is Ananas Noire. This variety features shades of green, purple, yellow and orange to create a skin color that is unlike most. This electrifying display of color is pushed further by its bright green flesh with with bursts of red/pink streaks. Its mixture of sweet and tangy meat can be enjoyed in salads, eaten fresh or as a slicer.

    • Andrea Van Steenkist

      Ananas Noire or Black PineappleTS117 (Black Pineapple) A most exciting new tomato, it is wonderful in every way. This unusual variety was developed by Pascal Moreau, a horticulturist from Belgium. The multi-colored, smooth fruit (green, yellow and purple mix) weigh about 1 1/2 lbs. The flesh is bright green with deep red streaks. Everyone loves their superb flavor that is outstanding, being both sweet and smoky with a hint of citrus. The yield is one of the heaviest we have ever seen! Be the first at your farmer’s market to have this new classic. I'd like to try but not sure of growing time?

    • Jeff Lowe

      Ananas Noir Tomato - will be in the spring garden next year! Amazing heirloom...

    • Andi Barbuto

      "Black pineapple" heirloom tomato seeds

    • Athea Rochelle
      • 2 years ago

      hey i have plants of these that i can spare, i started extra because last year they tasted soo good, great yielder too :]

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