Bellestar aka Bellstar

Bred for short season areas, it is a fairly early tomato. The fruit are an unusual, slightly squared off round shape. They are usually around 4 oz; a pretty nice size for processing. The determinate plants can easily be grown in a container but will definitely need staking because they are very productive. Flavor is pretty good raw but even better processed.


It was bred in Ontario, at the Smithfield Experimental Farm in 1981, by Jack Metcalf. The aim was a determinate processing tomato for short season areas.

Color: Red
Shape: Paste
Maturity: 70-75 Days
Plant Type: Determinate
Leaf Type: Regular
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