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$3.75Slicing 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 ...
$3.75Slicing 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 ...
$3.75Slicing 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. ...
$3.75Slicing 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 ...
$3.75Slicing 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 ...
$3.75Slicing 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 ...
$3.75Slicing Tomato – Costeluto Genovese One of the most beautiful heirloom tomatoes – an Italian heirloom. Flattened, deeply ribbed, stunningly red fruit has mildly sweet flavor. Possibly first described in 1553. Believed to be one of the first tomatoes brought from ...
$3.75Slicing Tomato, Great Container Plant – Czech’s Bush A Czechoslavakian heirloom brought to the US around 1976. This is a naturally occurring dwarf plant which grows to a height of 30-36 in. Fruit is scarlet, 8-10 oz., borne in clusters of ...
$3.75Slicing Tomato – Eva Purple Ball A German heirloom from the Black Forest Region. Sometimes called “The Perfect Tomato” because of its perfectly round, smooth shape and magnificent scarlet color. Fruit is 6-8 oz. Flesh is sweet and delicious. Plants are ...
$3.75Slicing Tomato – German Red Strawberry A German heirloom from the Oxheart family of tomatoes. Fruit is unusual in that it is fragrant and very large for an oxheart tomato. 1-2 lb. fruit is brilliant red, with a strawberry shape and ...
$3.75Slicing Tomato – Great White “This white is the greatest”, Amy Goldman from her book, The Heirloom Tomato. Introduced in 1991 by Glecklers Seedsmen from seed acquired 8 years before from a customer. Large 1-2 lb. creamy white fruit has sweet, ...
$3.75Slicing Tomato – Green Zebra One of the most famous heirloom tomatoes, introduced in 1983 by Thomas P. Wagner, legendary tomato developer. 3-6 oz. fruit is striped green with bright green flesh. Flesh is acidic, but highly flavorful’ Plants are fairly ...
$3.75Slicing Tomato, Great Container Plant Japanese Black Trifele Neither Japanese, nor black, this tomato is a Russian heirloom that cannot decide what it wants to be when it grows up. The fruit is supposed to be pear-shaped with green shoulders that intensify ...
$3.75Slicing Tomato – Kellogg’s Breakfast One of the best, if not the best, yellow-orange beefsteak-type tomatoes. Fruit is sweet and savory – delicious. For a large tomato, plants are quite prolific. Sow indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outside. Plant seed ½ in. ...
$3.75Slicing Tomato – Marglobe Developed by the USDA using traditional breeding techniques and introduced in 1925, this is the quintessential canning tomato. 6-8 oz. bright red fruit is meaty, acidic. Sow indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outside. Plant seed ½ in. deep. ...
$3.75Slicing Tomato – Mortgage Lifter Developed in the 1930s by M. C. Byles of Logan, WVA, this is undoubtedly the most famous heirloom tomato of all time. This pinkish-red, beefsteak-type tomato produces 2- 3 lb. fruit with deeper red flesh that ...
$3.75"Slicing Tomato – Mr. Stripey An English heirloom developed for greenhouse growing in the cool, wet climate of the UK, this delicious tomato is generally red with gold stripes emanating in a starburst pattern from the blossom end. Fruits are 1-2 ...
$3.75Slicing Tomato – Paul Robeson A Russian Heirloom named to honor the great African American singer, actor, football player and civil rights activist. Large 1-2 lb. blackish-red fruits with rich savory flavor. Sow indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outside. Plant seed ½ ...
$3.75Slicing Tomato – Pineapple One of the great orange bi-color, beefsteak-type tomatoes grown for decades in American gardens. The 2+ lb. fruit is golden orange with a red Rorschach inkblot design that starts at the blossom end and carries through the ...
$3.75Slicing Tomato – Purple Calabash A Texas heirloom developed by the Texas USDA using traditional breeding techniques in the late 1970s. The deeply ribbed, purplish black, 8-12 oz. fruit has good, savory flavor. Sow indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outside. Plant seed ...
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