I really like the beauty of variegated tomato plants, I started my collection with the variety Variegated (although incorrect it's sometimes called a Splash of Cream) and have gone from there. This year I bought 'Potato Leaf Variegated' bred by Keith Mueller and Cherokee Purple Variegated, which was named Faelan's First Snow by the person who found it growing amongst other Cherokee Purple plants at the nursery he worked at. The remainder are varieties I've bred and I'm hoping to develop over time.
These are some of the plants I'm growing this season;
|The variety 'Variegated', this plant has a lot of |
|Potato Leaf Variegated, young plant just waiting to be planted out.|
|Faelan's First Snow, healthy plants with some |
variegation showing on the leaves.
|F3 selection, looks like it will be a Micro Dwarf type|
|Looking for a variegated heart|
|Love the variegated patterns on these potato leaves|
|Variegated Dwarf type, variegation is from paternal line.|
|I think pretty, looks a bit like frosting|
|A variegated F1, both parents have this trait.|
|Another variegated F1, looking for combination of traits but at some point|
dwarf, potato leaf, slight possibility of stripes.
|F3 potato leaf seletion|
|Unsure of this one as miss-labelled|
|Green Zebra Cherry x Variegated Lange Ærmer F1. I had |
similar results with the F1's last year.
|Small growing determinate|