Tomato Cuor Di Bue / Coeur De Boeuf Of Liguria (A) Solanum Lycopersicum L.

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Product Description

*Heritage Variety*
T10 - Recommended By Raimond Blanc (Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons) on BBC Gardeners World 20/04/07. "Superb tasting and fleshy" - Joy Larkcom, The Guardian Weekend 15/03/03. 'Ox Heart' beef tomato, so called because of its size and shape. A lovely slicing tomato due to its meaty flesh, and few seeds. Unbeatable in salads or with slices of fresh Mozzarella and basil Genovese. Indeterminate.  

Fruits weight: up to 150-180g 
Growing habit: Indeterminate (cordon)
Approximate seeds quantity:@390
Sow: from February to April
Variety: Indoor

Due to costly new import bureaucracy, we have had no choice but to increase the price of this variety. 


  • 5

    Posted by Eleanor on 27th Feb 2023

    I also brought theses tomatoes last year and were fantastic hence the repeat order

  • 5
    Cuor di Bue Pomodoro

    Posted by Kim on 22nd May 2022

    Germination very good from end March sowing. Resulting plants all healthy looking and doing well at end of May. Looking forward to tasting the fruits!

  • 5
    Cuor Di Bue

    Posted by Nike Tucker on 27th Jan 2022

    My favorite tomato. Not the easiest in a wet climate but worth it. Gorgeous fruit with a superb taste.

  • 5
    Cuor di Bue

    Posted by Richard Hall on 7th Jun 2021

    Very characterful and rewarding tomato but need a very sunny spot to do well, or you may have to wait patiently until the end of the season! The seeds usually germinate succesfully and you will be rewarded with a lovely flavour however the tomatoes are used.

  • 5
    Cuor Di Bue tomaotoes

    Posted by CHRISTINE LEE on 7th Jun 2020

    We've been growing these tomatoes in the greenhouse for several years now, with great success - 100% germination, string growth, heavy yield and a terrific tasting tomato to cook (sauce is fabulous!) or eat raw. Despite the usual 100% germination rate, the seedlings didn't do well when they were potted on. We think the compost we bought from a local garden centre might well have been last year's stock. However, the plants have made a spectacular recovery after an Epsom salts foliar spray and are growing very well in gro-bags now - phew, tomato emergency averted!!!