From Tatiana's TOMATOBase
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- Indeterminate, regular foliage, red, should be heart shape but first one off was round. Fruit should be heavy but first one off was light. Subsequent fruits were a nice heart.
- Flavor: Mild, a little acid, first off. Mature fruit is sweet, ‘melt in the mouth’
- Flesh: Thick, not too juicy(first off), few seeds, Mature fruit juicy
- Use: Good for sauce, OK for slicing but better as a cooker. Mature fruit nice all-rounder. Some people might find it too sweet for cooking.
- Transplant from Yambol Market (Bulgaria)
Year: 2008 Location: S.E. Bulgaria
Bulgarian name: БиволскоСърце (Bivolsko Certse)
- Translation to English: Buffalo's Heart (?)
- Transliteration: BIVOLSKO SERTSE
- Commonly available as a transplant in Yambol and Elhovo Markets, Bulgaria. Not seen as a packeted seed. This is not to say that they are not available.
- There are a lot of varieties called 'Bull's Heart' in various languages - some of them may be the same tomato, some may be different.
- Bychye Serdtse (sometimes spelled as Bych'ye Serdtse, the name means 'Bull's Heart' in Russian)
- Bychye Serdtse Rozovoe (the name means 'Bull's Heart Pink' in Russian)
- Bychye Serdtse Oranzhevoe (the name means 'Bull's Heart Orange' in Russian)
- Volovo Srce or Volovsko Srce (Serbian)
- Cuore Di Toro
- Cuor Di Bue
- Coeur De Boeuf
- Bull's Heart
Frederick Denny. Bivolsko Sertse - ripe fruit. 2008-08-29.
Frederick Denny. Bivolsko Sertse - sliced fruit. 2008-08-29.
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