(75-85 days. Open-pollinated. INDETERMINATE) AKA Black Pineapple, this unusual variety was developed by Pascal Moreau, a horticulturist from Belgium. A chance cross of a Pineapple tomato with an unknown black tomato, its balanced sweet-acidic flavor has a hint of citrus, or for some, pineapple. The exterior is dark purple and green with pink-red splotches and a touch of yellow, while the inside is bright green streaked with pink. The hues bleed into one another reminiscent of a piece of tie-dyed fabric. The pulp is juicy and has few seeds. Ananas Noire is a late-season tomato, taking from 75 to 85 days to ripen and develop full flavor from transplanting. Everyone will love their superb flavor, being both sweet and smoky with a hint of citrus. Plants should be well-staked as they grow to 6 ft. and yields are tremendous!