Wonder Light has a weak stem and needs to be supported.
Azoychka Heirloom Tomato - A highly dependable and productive heirloom tomato from Russia. It first became available in North America circa 1995. Azoychka can produce 40-50 tomatoes per plant. The fruits are a peach colored yellow orange, approximately 3 inches round with a sweet flavor and a hint of citrus.
Basinga tomato is an Old heirloom of uncertain origins. It produces average 6 - 8 oz pale lemon colored fruits with a tinge of pink near the blossom end. On rare occasions that tomatoes have been recorded as being up to a pound. It is a beefsteak style tomato that is 3 - 4 inches round and somewhat heart shaped. The flavor is sweet and relatively mild, sometimes a tad tangy.
Brandywine Yellow Tomato - There are several varieties known as brandywine. There are determinate and indeterminate, yellow, pink and orange versions.
Brandywine Yellow is actually an indeterminate that takes a tad longer than most other Tomatoes to set fruit and ripen, but the quality and taste makes the wait worth while.
Garden Peach Tomatoes were originally grown in South America - [Peru, Columbia and Ecuador] where they are known as Coconas. It's a relatively small globe shaped, bright yellow peach toned fruit. When ripe it has a pinkish tinge which enhances the tomatoes peach coloring. It is also produces a fuzz - quite similar to peach fuzz and has a slightly fruity flavor.
If I didn't know better I would say it's a cross between a peach and a Tomato - but of course that's impossible.
Green Zebra - This fairly modern heirloom has an unusual lime green and golden yellow stripes, flesh is a meaty bright green. Taste is sharp and a tad spicy for a fresh tomato. Has become popular among culinary artists, specialty markets and home chefs as well.
Hawaiian Pineapple Tomato is a bi-color heirloom beefsteak style tomato. It has an orange - yellow -red mottled skin and flesh. The plant produces average one pound fruits sometimes a tad smaller some a bit larger.
Pink Grapefruit Tomatoes are not really pink, when cut open the interior flesh has a slightly pink tinge, but its skin is a deep yellow. It doesn't have a grapefruit taste either, although it's acidic content does contribute to a citrus assault on the palette. The round smooth skinned fruits grow either singularly or in pairs
Dr. Wyche's Yellow Heirloom Tomato were developed by a Dr. John Wyche, whose close friend owned the Cole Brothers Circus and gave him a lot of crap, elephant manure that is. Which the good doctor used to fertilize his gardens. He is also said to have used the manure of predatory animals such as lions which he claimed served to deter rabbits and other scavengers.
The Dr. Wyche yellow tomato Produces tangerine colored fruit, yellow-orange. Weight slightly less than 1 lb. Smooth texture sweet taste, meaty interior. Heavy yields but produces very few seeds.
The Manyel Tomato is an heirloom tomato whose name is believed to come from a native American name for many moons - alluding to the many moons or yellow tomatoes found within the foliage of this plant. The fruits resemble yellow moons, they are a creamy yellow and have a sweet citrus flavor coupled with the distinct taste of a fresh tomato.
They are relatively thin-walled and subject to cracking, the 2 - 3 " round tomatoes weigh about 10 - 14 oz. and grow in small clusters.