Not much is known about the history of this bicolor beefsteak heirloom, although some say it originally hails from Kentucky. The tomato is a deep orange-scarlet with gold and yellow streaks that run from the shoulders down the sides of the tomato. The beautiful yellow and red striped fruits show the same colors inside when you slice them. “Pineapple” is widely revered by Tomato connoisseurs for its versatility and rich, sweet flavor and low acidity -- reported to be one of the best bicolored beefsteak varieties around. It has a strong tomato aroma and fruity aftertaste, for a 'real tomato' experience you just can't find with today's less robust, milder-tasting hybrids. Pineapple is a standout in everyone's garden, with the strong 4-6 ft vines producing an abundant crop of colossal tomatoes up to 2 lbs. each. Very high yielding, they have been known to produce as many as 25 large tomatoes on a single plant. Packed with flavor, it’s excellent in salads or for slicing, boasting fewer seeds and more solids, for an extra bite or two in every tomato. Indeterminate. Productive vines need staking. Matures 80-85 days from transplant. Packet contains at least 30 seeds.