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$4.25Cherry Tomato, Black Cherry - Great Container Plant Introduced in 2003, Black Cherry is a gift from Mother Nature, a naturally occurring mutation discovered by the late legendary tomato grower, Vincent Sapp of Tomato Growers Supply. Fruit is large for cherry tomatoes, ...
$4.25Cherry Tomato – Red Cherry If not the oldest, then one of the two oldest tomato varieties in cultivation. The 1 oz., dark red fruit are borne in clusters of 6-10. Flesh is dark red and usually very sweet. Sow indoors 6 ...
$5.50Cherry Tomato – Sungold One of the best cherry tomatoes in cultivation. The small, ½ oz. or less, golden-orange fruit are unimaginably sweet and borne on trusses of 10-20. The incredibly prolific plants produce hundreds of fruit. Sow indoors 6 weeks before ...
$4.25Cherry Tomato – Sweet 100 First introduced in the 1950s, this small, ½ oz. or less, brilliant red, cherry tomato can be counted on to produce 100 fruit. The fruit are incredibly sweet and borne on sprays of 10-20. Sow indoors 6 ...
$4.25Cherry Tomato – Yellow Pear Along with Red Cherry, the oldest tomato varieties still in cultivation. The lemon yellow, 1 oz. fruit grow in clusters of 8-12. Flesh is sweet and tasty. Sow indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outside. Plant seed ½ ...
$4.25Currant Tomato, Gold Rush - Great Container Plant Introduced in 2004 by the Seed Savers Exchange, Currant Tomatoes are not tomatoes, but a close, ancient relative. Fruit is tiny, the size of large peas, orange, very sweet and borne on trusses of ...
$4.25Grape-Shaped Cherry Tomato – Amish Salad An Amish Heirloom. Large, grape-shaped bright red fruits have mildly sweet flavor. Plants are vigorous and very, very prolific. Sow indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outside. Plant seed ½ in. deep. Transplant outside after danger of ...
$4.25Grape-Shaped Cherry Tomato, Principe Borghese - Great Container Plant An Italian heirloom probably brought to America in the early 1900s. The ½ oz. scarlet fruits are borne in clusters of 6-8. The flesh is generally savory, but can have a touch of ...
$4.25Large Cherry Tomato – Wapsipinicon Peach 100 First discussed in 1885, the peach family of tomatoes became known for the soft fuzz covering their skin. Wapsipinicon produces 2-3 oz. cream or beige fruit that is exceptionally sweet. Plants are incredibly prolific ...
$4.25Paste/Plum Tomato – Amish Paste One of the greatest tasting of all paste tomatoes. A Wisconsin-Amish heirloom. 6-8 oz. fruit has sweet flavor and few seeds. Plants are INCREDIBLY prolific. Sow indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outside. Plant seed ½ in. deep. ...
$5.00Paste/Plum Tomato – Green Sausage A ”weeping tomato” which should never be staked, the plant is uniquely suited for hanging baskets. It prefers to be left alone to wind its way along the soil. The 2-4 oz., yellow striped, green, elongated ...
$4.25Paste/Plum Tomato – Orange Banana A Russian heirloom introduced into the US by the Seed Savers Exchange in 1996. The 4-6 oz. fruits are deep orange. Flesh is exquisitely sweet. Plants are incredibly prolific producing 50-100 fruit per plant. Makes superb ...
$4.25Paste/Plum Tomato – Roma VFN An Italian heirloom, one of the most famous paste tomatoes of all time. The 2-3 oz. oblong, vivid red fruit grow in clusters of 4-6. The dense flesh is sweet and richly flavored. Few seeds. Sow indoors ...
$4.25Paste/Plum Tomato – San Marzano Maybe the most famous Italian heirloom tomato of all time, introduced into the US in 1929. The 2-3 oz. gloriously red, elongated fruit have very firm flesh which holds up well to canning. The flesh sweetens ...
$4.25Slicing Tomato – Aunt Ruby’s German Green A German heirloom brought to this country in the early 1900s by the grandfather of Ruby Arnold of Greenville, TN. 1-2 lb. fruit is bright green with a ruby blush on the blossom end ...
$4.25Slicing Tomato – Beefsteak One of the most famous of all heirloom tomatoes, large, bright red, 1-2 lb. fruit have rich, savory tasting flesh. Fairly prolific plants. Sow indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outside. Plant seed ½ in. deep. Transplant outside after ...
$4.25Slicing Tomato – Big Rainbow Introduced in 1983, but may be the tomato described in 1893 as Thorburn’s Lemon Blush. A magnificent, bi-color tomato, golden yellow with a dramatic bright red blush at the blossom end. Flesh is sweet, richly flavored. ...
$4.25Slicing Tomato – Black Krim A Russian heirloom brought from Krim, Ukraine in 1990. Huge, 2-3 lb. black-reddish brown fruit are exotically shaped. Deep red flesh is absolutely delicious, largely savory but with some sweetness. Plants are very prolific for large ...
$4.25Slicing Tomato – Brandywine An Amish Heirloom first introduced in 1885. Large 1-2 lb. red to pinkish-red fruits. Red flesh has a savory to mildly sweet flavor. Sow indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outside. Plant seed ½ in. deep. Transplant outside after ...
$4.25Slicing Tomato – Cherokee Purple A Cherokee Indian heirloom from Tennessee introduced before 1890. 10-16 oz. fruit are deep reddish brown with green shoulders and brick red flesh. Flesh is richly flavored, mildly sweet. Sow indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outside. Plant ...
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