Beam’s Yellow Pear
Yellow pears have been around since the 1700’s. We think this is the best yellow pear available today. Original stock was obtained from John Hartman of Indiana. Mild sweet flavor, ideal for salads, uniform fruits are 1 ½ inches long.
Beam`s Yellow Pear Tomato History
Beam`s Yellow pear tomato have been around since the 1700’s. We think this is the best yellow pear available today. Mild sweet flavor, ideal for salads, uniform fruits are 1 ½ inches long. These are just like the little yellow pear tomatoes that your grandmother grew. Plants are large and prolific.
Growing Beam`s Yellow Pear
If you’re using your own seeds, plant them 1/4 inch deep and 1 inch apart in flats placed in a warm, sunny room. Once the seedlings grow their second set of leaves (the first true leaves), transplant them to plastic cups, burying the stems deeper than before. This encourages a strong root system. If you’re buying transplants from a nursery, you’ll also want to let them develop a solid root system before planting.
Preserving And Storing Tomato Beam`s Yellow Pear Plant
Frozen tomatoes hold their flavor fairly well. “Thaw and dump” pint or quart sized portions conveniently found in the freezer section of your very own kitchen hold a lot of appeal and will add a bit of summer to those cool weather comfort foods.
Tomato Beam`s Yellow Pear Recipes
These frittata muffins are my solution to a longstanding problem: all the best grab-and-go breakfasts are sweet.
Tomatoes are the major dietary source of the antioxidant lycopene, which has been linked to many health benefits, including reduced risk of heart disease and cancer. They are also a great source of vitamin C, potassium, folate, and vitamin K.
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