Aunt Ruby's German Green: a sweet juicy tomato with a piquant bite. The heirloom is a large beefsteak type tomato that, when ripe, is a pale green color with a hint of yellow striping. The large tomato often weighs one pound or more. Aunt Ruby’s German Green has the wetness of a melon and can give a deep flavor explosion. It is generally used in salads, but is also a wonderful tomato to fry
(Description from Slow Food USA)
Yellow Star: this odd little joy is plain yellow to yellow-green, slightly flattened like a mini pumpkin, and with dimensions of 1 ½” or 2” and only about ¾” high. But what flavors! Tart and exciting, extraordinarily juicy, not for everyone’s palate, and with tropical nuances that no other tomato can approach. Best for salads.
Pruden’s Purple: really complex flavors, excellent texture, and only moderate acidity make this a worthy competitor to the venerable heirloom Brandywine. Pruden’s is a bright pink to mottled purple, often large, and nearly as funny looking as Cherokee Purple. It has such nuance and superior slicing texture that it remains a favorite, year after year.