We're already growing purple carrots, yellow courgettes and white asparagus.
But black tomatoes are the must-have crop for greenhouses this season, growers say.
Not only will the dark toms turn heads at the allotment society, they are also healthier than normal red varieties, according to plant scientists.
The new tomato starts out as a normal green fruit, but ripens to a jet-black colour.
Alfie Jackson, assistant product manager at Suttons Seeds of Paignton, Devon, said: ‘They are not as sweet as normal tomatoes and have a more savoury flavour, and are nice roasted or eaten in salads.
‘There are some dark coloured tomatoes but Indigo Rose is the only real black tomato and is the darkest that has ever been bred.
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