Yellow Stuffer tomato plants aren’t something you see in everyone’s garden, and you might not recognize them if they’re growing there. Yellow Stuffer is shaped similar to bell peppers.
What is a Yellow Stuffer tomato? The open-pollinated, Yellow Stuffer is accurately named, as the shape lends itself to stuffing. Thick walls on this beefsteaktomato help hold your mixture. This indeterminate type grows to six feet (1.8 m.) and it is excellent for growing in the garden and greenhouse.
It is a late-season tomato, joining the ranks of other yellow tomatoes with less acidity than their red and pink counterparts. Plants grow vigorously, producing medium-sized fruits approx weight of 200 grams. With strong support, the plant can produce many tomatoe
Companion planting: Try growing tomatoes with French marigolds to deter whitefly, and basil, chives or mint to deter aphids and other pests.