Kellogg's Breakfast Organic Tomato Seeds

Kellogg's Breakfast Organic Tomato Seeds
Kellogg's Breakfast Organic Tomato Seeds

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Heirloom giant orange beefsteak
SKU 05932-PK-P1
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Key Characteristics
Days To Maturity

80

Sun / Shade

Full Sun

Tomato Fruit Set

Indeterminate

Description / Kellogg's Breakfast Organic Tomato Seeds

Days to Maturity: 80 from transplant

Indeterminate

Recently named one of the best heirloom tomatoes by the food editors of Sunset Magazine, Kellogg's Breakfast is finally getting the recognition it deserves. Originally bred in Michigan by a gardener named Kellogg, it is absolutely unique, both for its size and for its bold golden skin and juice, exactly the color of fresh-squeezed orange juice.

This giant sets fruit weighing anywhere from 16 to 32 ounces. Slightly flattened, the globes are massive, hanging over the edges of sandwich bread. A good mix of solids and gels makes for a delicious bite, and you'll need many, many bites to finish just one Kellogg's Breakfast.

Our certified organic seed ensures that you are growing nothing but pure tomato goodness. Kellogg's Breakfast is an indeterminate plant, meaning that it keeps growing all summer and setting new fruit as it grows. You will definitely want to cage or stake this vine, and probably provide a bit of support for those huge tomatoes as they ripen to perfection. Enjoy this American-bred beauty all season long.

Plant seedlings outdoors when danger of frost is past and night temperatures consistently remain above 55 degrees Fahrenheit. If an unexpected late frost is forecasted, protect young plants with plastic sheeting or other cover. Set plants 2 feet apart.

Product Details

Genus Lycopersicon
Species esculentum
Variety Kellogg's Breakfast Organic
Product Classification Seeds, Vegetables
Tomato Fruit Set Indeterminate
Sun / Shade Full Sun
Foliage Color Medium Green
Habit Vining
Days To Maturity 80.00
Harvest Season Late Summer, Mid Summer
Characteristics Edible, Heirloom, Trellises
Uses Beds, Cuisine

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Customer Reviews

Rating
Grand!
Review by upsidedownbird
I love growing tomatoes from seed as they're heathier and grow longer than the ones i buy locally which tend to blight easier than the ones i grow myself. Sometimes takes longer depends on the weather like last year they loved the damp/wet conditions for growing, but production was way down. I was picking them green and letting them ripen in baskets here inside the house up to almost Thanksgiving and that's unheard of here in New England after frosts!
Rating
Great tomatoes
Review by Lana Achelashvili
I am new at gardening. Last year I planted several types of tomatoes and this one turned out to be my favourite. They were so big and delicious, very sweet and juicy. I am going to plant more this year.
Rating
flavor
Review by Mary Wildfire
I've grown this a number of years. It's one of the best for flavor, and fairly productive, but like most large tomatoes it tends to get rotten spots by the time the fruit is fully ripe
Rating
Spectacular Yields
Review by David K
I grew 12 types of tomatoes last year including Kellogg's Breakfast and the yields I got from these plants dwarfed yields of any other tomato I grew. Not only were these tomatoes delicious off the vine, they have kept well both dried and in mason jars. I'm definitely growing this one again this season!
Rating
Awesome salsa tomato
Review by Cat D
I got these seeds 2 years ago and ended up with monster size tomatos that were meaty enough for salsa and yeilded way more than any roma. i mixed it with the chocolate cherry tomato and the pepper mix. I ended up with 60 quarts of salsa and gave tons away to others. if you want really good salsa tomatos plant these for sure. Oh and last year I bought local seed and the results left me with junk.. am reordering from park seeds this year for sure...

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