The following is a  list of tomato varieties we have available for sale. Tomato starts will be available for sale in late April. Please call for the most up-to-date information on their progress. Quantities are limited so the early bird gets the worm!

Along with many of the old favorites, we are happy to announce that we will be carrying a number of new varieties, including several oxheart tomatoes. New varieties for 2013 have been noted below.

Tomato, Amana Orange
Tomato, Amish Paste
Tomato, Anna Russian*NEW for 2013
Tomato, Arkansas Traveler
Tomato, Aunt Ruby’s German Green
Tomato, Azoychka
Tomato, Beefsteak
Tomato, Better Boy, Pole
Tomato, Big Boy F1, Pole
Tomato, Big Rainbow
Tomato, Bison
Tomato, Black Cherry
Tomato, Black from Tula
Tomato, Black Krim, Pole
Tomato, Black Pearl Hybrid
Tomato, Black Plum Paste
Tomato, Black Prince
Tomato, Black Sea Man
Tomato, Blondkopfchen
Tomato, Box Car Willie
Tomato, Brandywine, Pole
Tomato, Burpee Big Beef
Tomato, Camp Joy Cherry
Tomato, Carmello
Tomato, Caspian Pink
Tomato, Celebrity
Tomato, Chadwick Cherry
Tomato, Cherokee Purple
Tomato, Chianti Rose
Tomato, Chocolate Stripes
Tomato, Costaluto Genovese
Tomato, Crimson Carmello
Tomato, Fourth of July
Tomato, Fox Cherry
Tomato, Garden Peach
Tomato, Garden Pearl
Tomato, Gardener’s Delight
Tomato, German Johnson
Tomato, German Queen
Tomato, Gold Medal
Tomato, Golden Sunrise, Pole
Tomato, Great White
Tomato, Green Zebra
Tomato, Gregori’s Altai*NEW for 2013
Tomato, Grushovka
Tomato, Gypsy
Tomato, Homestead
Tomato, Hungarian Heart*NEW for 2013
Tomato, Ildi
Tomato, Isis Candy
Tomato, Japanese Black Trifele
Tomato, Jaune Flamme
Tomato, Kellogg’s Breakfast
Tomato, Kosovo*NEW for 2013
Tomato, Ladybug*NEW for 2013
Tomato, Lemon Boy
Tomato, Lillian’s Yellow
Tomato, Marvel Striped
Tomato, Mortgage Lifter*NEW for 2013
Tomato, Mountain Princess
Tomato, North Dakota Earliana
Tomato, Oregon Spring
Tomato, Paul Robeson*NEW for 2013
Tomato, Persimmon
Tomato, Pineapple
Tomato, Polish Linguisa
Tomato, Principe Borghese
Tomato, Pruden’s Purple
Tomato, Red Calabash
Tomato, Red Cherry
Tomato, Red House Freestanding
Tomato, Red Robin
Tomato, Red Siberian
Tomato, Rei Dos Tempores
Tomato, Roma
Tomato, San Marzano
Tomato, Silver Fir Tree
Tomato, Southern Night
Tomato, Striped German
Tomato, Stupice
Tomato, Sub Arctic Plenty
Tomato, Sugar Sweetie
Tomato, Sun Gold
Tomato, Sunsugar TMV
Tomato, Super Bush
Tomato, Supersweet 100
Tomato, Sweet 100 F1
Tomato, Sweet Gold F1
Tomato, Sweet Million, Cherry
Tomato, Tess’s Land Race Currant
Tomato, Thessaloniki
Tomato, Tigerella
Tomato, Tiny Tim
Tomato, Tumbling Tiger*NEW for 2013
Tomato, White Wonder
Tomato, Wisconsin 55
Tomato, Yellow Pear, cherry
Tomato, Zapotec Pleated

Name Type / Color Classification Days to Maturity Description

Amana Orange Orange Indeterminate 80 Heirloom. One of the tastiest and earliest of the heirloom beefsteaks. Deep orange color and big beefsteak flavor make this a favorite.

Amish Paste Red/Paste Indeterminate 74 Heirloom. Produces up to 12 oz, deep-red Oxheart shaped, meaty fruits. Probably one of the largest paste tomatoes which dates back to the turn of the century and is the best for sauces and canning. Not overly acidic.

Anna Russian Pink-Red Indeterminate 70 Heirloom. Oxheart variety from Oregon, named for the Russian immigrant. Visually stunning, heart-shaped, pink-red fruit matures to 1 pound. Juicy, old-fashioned, rich tomato flavor.

Arkansas Traveler Pink Indeterminate 80 Heirloom. A heavy yielding variety that will produce 6-8oz pink fruits through stressful hot weather. Outstanding flavor.

Aunt Ruby’s German Green Green Indeterminate 80 Heirloom. Not the prettiest tomato, but is spicy and sweet – a very delicious tomato. In some grower’s opinions, this is the best flavored green tomato. Large, beefsteak type – 12 oz to 16 oz fruits. Ripens to a pale green with a hint of yellow.

Azoychka Gold Indeterminate 68-78 Heirloom. Found at the Bird Market in Moscow. (“Azoychka” is a woman’s name.). This regular-leaf tomato plant produces an abundant crop (40-50 tomatoes per plant) of smooth, 3-inch, 10-16 oz., slightly flattened, oblate, meaty, yellow/orange tomatoes with a luscious sweet citrusy flavor. A good acidic balance to its sweetness – unlike most yellow tomatoes – that imparts robust, complex tomatoely flavors. Well suited to both warm or cooler growing regions.

Beefsteak Red Indeterminate Open-pollinated. Old-fashioned favorite bears big, meaty 2-lb. fruits with rich, full flavor. The Beefsteak Tomato is ideal for slicing. Heavy-yielding indeterminate vines.

Better Boy Red Indeterminate 75 F1 Hybrid. One of the all-time best home-garden tomatoes! Consistently produces high yields of smooth, large, tasty tomatoes. The vigorous vines produce until frost, even under poor conditions. Multiple disease resistance.

Big Boy F1 Red Indeterminate 78 F1 Hybrid. Satisfy the biggest appetite with this beef tomato. The fruits can weigh over 1 lb each, but the meaty flesh has an excellent flavor.

Big Rainbow Bicolor Indeterminate 80 Heirloom. Huge 2 lb rib-shouldered golden fruits with streaks of red russing through the flesh. Fully ripened fruits are gold on stem end, red on blossom end. Fruity sweet flavor. Subject to cracks and catfacing.

Bison Red Determinate 65-77 Orignially offered by Oscar Will in 1937. Dwarf determinate plants require no staking or pruning. 3″ deep red fruits are produced even in cold, damp weather. Has produced as much as 40 pounds of fruit from a single plant!!

Black Cherry Black Indeterminate 64 Heirloom. The incredibly sweet, fruity flavor is as appealing as the fruit is genuinely beautiful. Dark, chocolatey colored fruits are perfectly round, 3/4-inch diameter. Irresistible right off the vine. A unique addition to the color spectrum of cherry tomatoes that are now available. Delicious eaten fresh from the vine, on salads, or added to sauces and casseroles.

Black from Tula Purple-Black Indeterminate 75 Heirloom. Russian heirloom from Tula. Largest of the black tomatoes with 3-4″, slightly flattened, oblate, dark brown to purple fruit with deep green shoulders. Deliciously outstanding, rich, slightly salty, smoky-fruit flavor.!! For a truly wonderful black tomato this one is sure to please.

Black Krim Black Indeterminate 70 Heirloom. From Crimean peninsula of Russia. A “novelty” that does not sacrifice taste. Rich, earthy, almost smoky flavor. Good sized beefsteak-size tomato (10-12 oz). Fruit sets well in heat, buth this variety is also reported to have done well in the ’93 “summer without a summer”; it will produce under adverse conditions. Most reliable of black tomatoes.

Black Pearl Hybrid Black/Cherry Indeterminate 65 A unique, almost black colored cherry tomato that boasts two different flavors. Enjoy right off the vine but unlike any other tomato, chilling in the refrigerator brings out a second, unique, extra sweet flavor.

Black Plum Paste Black Indeterminate 75 Russian. Regular foliage. Black plums, slightly smaller than Roma. Rich and smokey witha sweet flavor makes fantastic paste. Very prolific with excellent cold tolerance.

Black Prince Purple-Black Indeterminate 70 Heirloom. Siberia – Irkutsk, Russia. The ‘true’ siberian tomato. Very popular and with great flavor. Does very well in cooler climates. Deep garnet in color, these juicy, round, 2-inch (2-3 oz.) tomatoes explode with rich fruity flavors. Chefs love them! Beautiful for slicing as deep rich tones color the inside. Perfect for patio gardens.

Black Sea Man Purple-Black Determinate 75 Heirloom. Though small this potato-leaf Russian tomato yields a gorgeous and abundant set of 12-16 oz rich mahogany tomatoes with olive green shoulders when mature. Tones of deep, reddish green color the inside and full-bodied, complex, intense, creamy flavors flavor the flesh. An outstanding tomato for sandwiches and salads. A work of art! Grows well in mid-sized containers. A great early black tomato.

Blondkopfchen Gold/Cherry Indeterminate 75 Heirloom. An adorable cherry whose german name means “little blonde girl” belieing its eastern German ancestry. Big, leafy, indeterminate, regular-leaf tomato plants yield a phenomenal amount of  1/2″, grape-sized, brilliant yellow/gold, cherry tomatoes in clusters of 20-30. Give them space as the vines are large and sprawling. Undoubtedly one of the BEST TASTING cherry tomatoes. Deliciously sweet with a slight citrusy tart finish. A great choice to introduce tomatoes to kids who claim they don’t like tomatoes.

Box Car Willie Red Indeterminate 80 Heirloom. Named for a Grand Ole Opry star. A heavy yielding variety producing 8-10 oz smooth bright orange-red fruits with excellent, sweet-tasting flavor. A good choice for a canning tomato, sauce tomato or salad tomato or perfect for tomato juice. An all-season tomato producing well until frost. A home garden staple. Good resistance to disease and cracking.

Brandywine Pink Indeterminate 85 Heirloom. You simply cannot believe the flavor of this tomato. An old Amish heirloom tomato dated back to 1885 and passed down from generation to generation, Brandywine is a pink beefsteak type tomato, with thin skinned, rich flavored, 3/4 lb-1 lb tomatoes.

Burpee Big Beef Red Indeterminate 73 Hybrid. This tomato produces heavy yields of large 10-12 oz firm ruby red fruit that are juicy and highly flavored. An All-America Selections winner.

Carmello Red Indeterminate 75 Open-Pollinated. The French Carmello is among the most productive tomatoes ever bred and popular in European markets for its exceptionally fine flavor. This version was de-hybridized over a 5 year period around 1993. Bears large crops of heavy, juicy tomatoes. Consistently produces great tasting fruit, even in cooler weather. Good for slicing in salads, sautéed, or as an integral part of any dish.

Caspian Pink Pink Indeterminate 80 Heirloom. Originally grown in southern Russia between the Caspian and Black Seas. Thought by some to be “Queen of the Pinks,” these prolific,1-2 pound, globe-shaped, pink-red beefsteak tomatoes that rival Brandywine in popularity and flavor. One of the best known and best-tasting Russian tomatoes. This tomato is perfect for cooler climates.

Celebrity VFNT Red Determinate 70 No other variety does so well under as many different growing conditions as Celebrity; combine with superb flavor, adaptability to almost any climate (from cold to hot), and disease resitence, and you have an almost perfect tomato. 1984 All America Winner.

Chadwick Cherry Red/Cherry Indeterminate 80-90 A juicy cherry tomato selected by late horticultural genius, Alan Chadwick. Large for a cherry tomato, the fruits are borne in clusters of 6, have great tomato flavor and few seeds. Vigorous, highly productive and disease resistant.

Cherokee Purple Purple Indeterminate 72 Heirloom. An unusual tomato with medium-large, flattened globe fruits that are dusky pink with darker pink/purple shoulders. The multicolor interior is purplish/pinkish. Abundant, fruits are very sweet and juicy with a smoky flavor. Thick, rosy brown skin resists cracking. Good foliage cover prevents sunburn. Relatively short, indeterminate vines.

Chianti Rose Pink Indeterminate 80 Heirloom. The big, beautiful beefsteak tomato with fabulous flavor is a cross between the famous pink Brandywine and a treasured family variety from Italy. Juicy, flavorful and heavy in the hand, Chianti Rose tomatoes are thin skinned with smooth, creamy flesh and glowing rosy-red color. The strong vigorous vines with potato leaf foliage tolerate cooler summers and are more crack-resistant and uniform than other large fruited heirlooms. Huge harvests of these scrumptious tomatoes are a highlight of summers!

Chocolate Stripes Bicolor Indeterminate 79 Open-Pollinated. A top rated tomato. These are very large, indeterminate, regular-leaf tomato plants that yield a plentiful crop of 3-4 inch, mahogany colored with dark, olive green-striping (similar to black zebra).  Fruits have delicious, complex, rich, sweet, earthy tomato flavors. Chocolate Stripe, another desirable ‘black tomato,”  is an excellent tomato and a fine choice for your tomato garden. Produces well into the autumn. A great sandwich tomato and salad tomato.

Costaluto Genovese Red Indeterminate 80-90 Heirloom. The fluted, old Italian favorite that has been around since the early 19th century. Fruit are rather flattened and quite attractive with their deep ribbing. This variety is a standard in Italy for both fresh eating and preserving, known for its intensely flavorful, deep red flesh. This variety has also became very popular with chefs in this country.

Crimson Carmello Red Indeterminate 70 F1 Hybrid. Bred in France especially for fresh eating, plump Crimson Carmellos will satisfy all your tomato fantasies. The round red juicy fruits have the perfect sweet to acid balance that translates to exquisite taste. Big 4-5” Carmellos are borne in abundance on vigorous disease resistant and widely adapted vines.

Fourth of July Red Indeterminate 49 Hybrid. Extremely early – the first tomato to ripen by Independence Day. Attractive for delivering early while others are still green on the vine, this tomato also produces in abundance throughout the season.

Fox Cherry Red/Cherry Indeterminate 75 Rangy vines characteristic of cherry tomatoes produce reliably large quantities of large cherries (2″) that can be sliced or eaten whole. Disease resistant, productive, and reliable. A good standby tomato for any garden.

Gardener’s Delight Red/Cherry Indeterminate 65 A delightful red ripening cherry tomato with a strongly sweet flavor that matches up with some of the popular sweet orange types such as Sun Gold and Sun Sugar. Fruits are standard cherry tomato size and are born in clusters of 6-14. Plants bear quite heavily.

German Johnson Pink Indeterminate 85 Heirloom. Large, pink skin with yellow shoulders, very mild, low acid, very meaty with few seeds. Size averaging 18-24 ozs. Tall plants with potato-leaf foliage. The tomato was named after Robert Gibbon Johnson, a declared hero in 1820 for eating a tomato in public in New Jersey. He attempted to greatly encourage the public acceptance of the Fruit as not being toxic or poisonous.

German Queen Pink Indeterminate 79 Heirloom. Very popular variety renowned for it’s full, rich flavor. Very big potato leaf plants produce lots of sweet, pink, 1-2 lb., meaty, beefsteak tomatoes. Perfect for slicing. Gold Medal Bicolor Indeterminate 85 Heirloom. A Ben Quisenberry tomato. Wonderful, 1-1/2 lb., yellow and red bi-color beefsteak tomato with pink marbeling in blossom end, thin skin and luscious sweet, well-balanced flavors. Harvested ripe fruit lasted for a couple of weeks before showing signs loosing it’s beauty.

Golden Sunrise Golden Yellow Indeterminate Open-Pollinated. Very popular in Europe being distinguished by the Royal Horticulural Society. This golden-yellow cherry tomato has a distinctive sweet, fruity flavor with a tart side.

Great White White Indeterminate 80-85 Large, 1-lb giant, creamy white fruit, this tomato is superbly wonderful. The flesh is so good and deliciously fruity, it reminds one of a mixture of fresh-cut pineapple, melon and guava. A favorite fresh-eating tomato! Fruit are smother than most large beefsteak types, and yields can be very high.

Green Zebra Green Indeterminate 75 Heirloom. Green Zebra has excellent flavor and a very unique color – rich, golden green with forest green stripes. Very smooth skin essentially free of cracks. Tennis ball sized – 3”, 3 oz.

Gregori’s Altai Pink Indeterminate 67-90 Originating from the Altai Mtns near the Chinese border of Siberia. Dark-pink beefsteak tomatoes have sweet yet acidic flavor. Long harvests.

Grushovka Pink Determinate 65 Heirloom. Siberian origin. Delicious, small (2-3-inch) plum-shaped, pink/red tomatoes on small plants. A very good choice for container gardening. Good canning tomato. Very, very tasty.

Gypsy Purple Indeterminate Named for the Gypsies who live in Russia, this is a fabulous deep, purple, maroon tomato. It has a gorgeous color and good taste. Perfect, medium-sized globe fruit make this one of the nicest dark varieties. A lovely and colorful intorduction from the great Soviet plant breeders.

Homestead Red Determinate 80 Great for hot summer growing as these plants set smooth, round, 8 oz red fruits that are consistently uniform in the hottest weather. Resistant to cat facing.

Hungarian Heart Pink Indeterminate 70 Heirloom. Shaped like an oxheart, this type of tomato is famed for its excellent flavor and solid, meaty flesh with few seeds. This productive variety. of pink heart-shaped tomatoes can grow to 1 lb of lusciousness.

Ildi Bright Yellow/Cherry Indeterminate 54 Heirloom. A very early vigorous tomato is prolific producing HUGE yields of 1-inch, SWEET SWEET, bright-yellow, oval (with occasional pear-shaped fruits), ‘grape’ tomatoes. Up to 75 Tomatoes in Every Bunch! Ildi is often sold commercially in farmer’s markets as Yellow Grape. These yummy tomatoes usually produce till frost. A great cherry tomato choice for serving in salads or snacking off the vine, like eating candy.

Isis Candy Bicolor/Cherry Indeterminate 90 Heirloom. This beautiful cherry tomato variety yields bicolor fruits of rose-red with yellow-gold marbling, often with a star-burst pattern at the blossom end. Besides their unusual beauty, these cherry tomatoes have a delicious flavor best described as wonderfully rich and fruity, not just sugary sweet. The vigorous vines are loaded with heavy clusters of 1″ round fruits throughout the tomato season. Kids of all ages really love these garden treats. A top winner at heirloom tastings.

Japanese Black Trifelle Purple-Black Indeterminate 81 Heirloom. Russian origin. In Russia the Trifele varieties of tomatoes (of which there are several colors) are highly prized and command big prices. This short potato leaf plant yields prolific quantities of 6 oz. fruit that looks like a beautiful mahogany-colored Bartlett pear with greenish shoulders. Very tasty flesh with a meaty core that produces luscious fruit all summer long. A work of art sliced out on a plate and a wonderful flavor that possesses extraordinary rich and complex flavors. The Black Trifele is one of the blackest varieties available and is resistant to cracking.

Jaune Flamme Yellow-Orange Indeterminate 70 Heirloom. Extremely prolific French heirloom tomato that bears in clusters of 6, beautiful, 1 1/2-inch, round, golf-ball sized tomatoes that are persimmon-orange colored inside and out. A delicious full-bodied tomato flavor that literally bursts in your mouth.  Very decorative. Makes a great flavored sauce.  Try these heirloom tomato seeds in your garden for a tasty mouth watering treat.

Kellogg’s Breakfast Orange Indeterminate 80-85 Lovely, pale-orange fruits that are solid and meaty throughout, packed with mild, superb tasting flesh. A long season producer of large, beefsteak type fruits, up to 1 lb with solid centers that have just a few seeds at the edges. Very desirable.

Kosovo Pink Indeterminate 75 Another oxheart variety proported to come from the a UN worker in Kosovo. Pink and fleshy, this large 1-2 lb tomato makes an excellent early season slicer.

Ladybug Red Indeterminate 65 Hybrid. These new ultra-sweet cherry tomatoes are resistant to cracking. Produced by the hundreds on indeterminate vines. Widely adaptable and heat tolerant.

Lemon Boy Yellow Indeterminate 72 Finally, a bright yellow fruit with full tomato flavor! Medium sized fruits make an eye-catching display when sliced with bright red tomatoes. Top with a few leaves of fresh basil for the best of summertime treats. Multiple disease resistance.

Lillian’s Yellow Heirloom Yellow Indeterminate 95 Heirloom. Moderate yield potato-leaf tomato. A beefsteak heirloom from from Robert Richardson, who received the seeds from Lillian Bruce of Manchester, Tennessee. These big indeterminate tomato plants yield 10-16 oz., clear to orangy-yellow, fragile, thin-skinned, beefsteak tomatoes that have mildly sweet, citrusy flavors, juicy flesh and very few seeds. A perfect salad tomato. Great choice as a farmer’s market tomato because of it’s visual appeal and wonderful flavor.

Marvel Striped Orange Indeterminate 90-110 Heirloom. Large, up to one pound, pleated orange and yellow fruites have red, splashy stripes. Sweet and juicy, with very few seeds. Originally from the Zapotec peoples of Mexico.

Mortgage Lifter Red Indeterminate 80 Heirloom. Huge beefsteak with winning flavor. The immense size and flavor of this tomato rewarded the 1930s farmer who developed it by paying off his mortgage in 6 years.

Mountain Princess Red Determinate 45-50 This determinate, early tomato is well-suited to short, mountain climates. It is a heavy producer of small to medium-sized, red fruit that has a nice mild flavor. This tomato comes from the mountainous regions of West Virginia and has been grown by generations of rugged farmers for its earliness and production.

North Dakota Earliana Red 60 Heirloom. Brilliant red, 6-9 oz slicing type fruits are prodcued even in the face of cold wet springs, or hot, dry summers. Reselected from the original Earliana in the early part of the 20th century by famed breeder Albert F Yeager, working at North Dakota State Univ.

Oregon Spring Red Determinate 58 A cold tolerant variety for cool, short season growing. Will produce 6-8 oz medium sized flavorful red fruits that are almost seedless, but outstanding in flavor. Compact plants.

Paul Robeson Black Indeterminate 90 Heirloom. A famous tomato with an dedicated following among tomato connoisseurs. This brick-black tomato with its distinctive smokey and sweet flavor was named for a famous opera singer.

Persimmon Orange Indeterminate 80 Heirloom. Thomas Jefferson grew this tomato in 1781. This large, beefsteak, juicy, blemish-free yellow tomato also ranks as one of the most flavorful and reliable yellow tomatoes to be found. Very productive.

Pineapple Striped Indeterminate 75-95 Very large, up to 2 lbs each. The yellow fruit has red marbling through the flesh and is one of the most beautiful tomatoes we sell. The flavor is very sweet and fruity; good yields!

Polish Linguisa Red Indeterminate 72 Heirloom. Fruits are large, sort of pie-shaped (flattened pear) and average 7-10 oz each. Delicious flavor, high yielding.

Principe Borghese Red Indeterminate 75 This small, fragrant tomato can be found all over backyards and farmyards in Italy, drying right on the vine, or hanging from barn rafters where the dried fruits last into the winter months. Small, plum shaped tomates are set in clusters of 6 to 8 fruits on prolific plants. They can be dried on the plant or in a vegetable dehydrator, and are also outstanding when oven roasted.

Pruden’s Purple Purple-Pink Indeterminate 75 Heirloom. Many folks find this tomato variety comparable in every way to the favorite Brandywine. It has even ranked higher at times in taste trials. Great for hot day and cool night climate. Large potato leaf vine produces lots of 1-lb., slightly flattened, pretty, blemish-free, purple-pink fruits with few tomato seeds and excellent flavor.

Red Calabash Red Indeterminate 85 From Chiapas, Mexcio this minature beefsteak appeared in the 1793 painting by Raphael Paele of Philadelphia. Delicious red fruit -sometimes ruffled – are thin skinned.

Red Cherry Red/Cherry Indeterminate 75 Heirloom. Cherry shaped red fruits. Vigorours plants yield a bountiful crop of delicious, uniformly sized, cherry tomatoes. The bright red, sweet-tasting fruit is delicious for snacking, salads and vegetable trays. Good disease resistance.

Red House Freestanding Red Semi-determinate 75-80 Bushy, semi-determinate plants require no staking! Broad, crinkled leaves protect the luscious fruits from sunscald. Abundant yields of firm, juicy, red fruits, produced in clusters, weigh 4-6 oz and occasionally larger. Reputed to set fruit in cold weater. Has some tolerance to fusarium and verticillium wilts, resists cracking. A wonderful container variety!

Red Robin Red Determinate 55 A dwarf variety of cherry tomato for container growing, hanging baskets, windowsill or patio growing. Plants remain 8-12 in tall and bear masses of 1-1/4 in fruit with a mild, sweet flavor. Very tender skin and good taste even when the fruit is grown indoors.

Red Siberian Red Determinate 48 Heirloom. Early tomato, just seven weeks from transplant to harvest. Supposedly smuggled into Canada by a Russian traveler in 1975. Capable of setting fruit at 38 degrees F on sturdy, dark-green plants, although not frost-hardy. Fruits are bright red, 3-5 oz. and bunch in clusters of 30 or more on small, bushy plants.

Rei Dos Tempores Red Semi-determinate 70 The name means “King of the Earlies,” and this is indeed an early type for its size and quality. A Portuguese market variety. Well-flavored fruits grow to one-half pound, perfect for slicing and sandwiches. Uniform, flattened globes are blemish-free and very resistant to cracking.

Roma VF Red Determinate 75 Heirloom. Pear shaped 2 oz fruit, ideal for paste or puree. Fuarium and verticillium resistant.

San Marzano Red/Paste Indeterminate 80 Heirloom. This low sugar, low-acid tomato has high solids content, excellent flavor and makes the best sauce. Ask any true Italian! Also called the “sausage” tomato, it’s delicious on sandwiches. Used by gourmet chefs who slice diagonally and top with parmesan slices and pesto for an appetizer. Provide support for bifourous vines that reach 6 feet or more.

Silvery Fir Tree Red Determinate 58 Heirloom. “Silvery Fir Tree” is an unusual name for a tomato, but appropriate for this compact Russian heirloom with lovely, ferny leaves. This 24″ beauty shouldn’t be hidden in the back of the garden! Put it on display in a pretty container or large hanging basket, on a sunny patio or front porch. Fruits have slighty tart, classic tomato flavor. As a determinte type, the majority of the fruit ripens over a 1 -2 week period.

Southern Night Purple Indeterminate An attractive “Black” tomato developed in the old Soviet Union. Great tasting fruit are dark and intesely colored, being a deep maroon. Very sweet and luscious, these are hard to not eat right in the garden. A classic that is well worth growing if you like real flavor.

Striped German Striped Indeterminate 78-90 Heirloom. A flat, medium to large, variably ribbed-shoulder fruits are yellow with red stripes. The marbled interior looks beautiful sliced. Complex, fruity flavor with a smooth texture.

Stupice Red Indeterminate 60-70 Bred in Czechoslovakia, this is an early, prolifice variety with exceptionally sweet and juicy, glossy red fruits. Dense, potato-like foliage protects the fruit from sun scald.

Sub Arctic Plenty Red Determinate 49-59 One of the very earliest tomatoes, the compact plants produce lots of 2-oz red fruit. One of the best for cool conditions and will set fruit in lower temperatures than most. It has even been grown in the Souther Yukon. Developed by Dr Harris, Beaverlodge Research Station, Alberta, Canada.

Sugar Sweetie Red/Cherry Indeterminate 65 Known for its strong tomato flavor. Large numbers of 3/4″ – 1″ cherry tomatoes are produced in grape-like clusters on 2 foot tall plants. Even though indeterminate, a good container variety.

Sun Gold Hybrid Gold/Cherry Indeterminate 57 Even though very sweet, Sun Gold’s exotic flavors give it an almost “cult” following. Tall plants need support. An “early” tomato for short seasons. Beautiful tangerine orange color.

Sunsugar TMV Gold/Cherry Indeterminate 62 Voted the best tasting small fruited variety. Each plant will produce many clusters of 1/2 inch or smaller, sweet golden cherry-sized, gorgeous fruit. A blue ribbon winner at one Fair declared it one of the sweetest and best flavored cherry varieties.

Super Bush Red/Cherry Determinate 75 These scrumptious hybrid tomatoes are specially bred for abundant yields on space-saving 2.5-3′ plants. Perfect for growing in large pots and patio containers.Super Bush bears uicy, heavy fruits with full sweet tomatoe-y flavor, not bland or watery like so many other bush varieties.

Supersweet 100 Red/Cherry Indeterminate 70 Hybrid. Long clusters of sweet scarlet cherry tomatoes are produced until frost.

Sweet 100 F1 Red/Cherry Determinate 70 A splendid variety, yielding an abundance of bite-sized fruits which are deliciously sweet and juicy. It matures early producing long trusses of tomatoes.

Sweet Gold F1 Gold Indeterminate 60-65 Hybrid. Much like the beloved Sun Sugar and Sun Gold, these 1/2″ golden orange cherry tomatoes are very sweet and bear heavily producing hundreds a season.

Sweet Million Red/Cherry Indeterminate 75 F1 Hybrid. Plant produces heavy yields of very sweet, wonderful 1″ red cherry tomatoes. Plant can produces over 500 cherry tomatoes! Crack Resistant. Disease Resistant: VFFNTSt.

Tess’s Land Race Currant Red Indeterminate 55-68 Deliciously flavored currant tomato that originated from Maryland’s southern shore. The tiny fruit of this variety vary in color; most are deep red but some are also rose, gold and yellow. The flavorful fruit are popular with chefs and home gardeners. The sprawling vines produce clusters of these intense tasting miniatures.

Thessaloniki Red Indeterminate 80 Heirloom. This Greek tomato that was introduced to the USA in the 1950’s by Glecklers Seedsmen of Ohio. It is a popular large, red uniform fruit with excellent flavor, high yields and disease resistance. An early variety perfect for home or market; keeps well.

Tigerella Striped Indeterminate 55-75 Tasty, 2″ round fruit are bright red with orange stripes. A quite beautiful and popular variety from England that is good for greenhouse production. The yields are high even in cool summers, and it starts producinng very early. A connoisseur’s tomato!

Tiny Tim Red Indeterminate 45 Heirloom. Grows only 10-12 in tall and about 14 in across. A heavy yielder with clusters of 1 in red, fine-flavored fruit. Can be grown as a pot plant anytime of the year.

Tumbling Tiger Bicolor Determinate 70 Hybrid. A compact trailing tomato produces prolific crops of striped plum shaped tomatoes. A neat compact habit is perfect for baskets and containers. White Wonder White Indeterminate 80 Fruits medium-sized with white flesh on the interior and white exterior skin. Mild, sweet flavor. Non-acid.

Wisconsin 55 Red Indeterminate 78 Back by popular demand. Bred by the University of Wisconsin in the 1940s, this is an excellent and versatile tomato with great flavor and lots of sweetness. Smooth, large tomatoes are about 8 oz and as pretty as can be. Extremely productive and thrive in a wide-range of growing conditions. This old-time favorite is sure to become a new favorite once you give it a try.

Yellow Pear Yellow Indeterminate 75 Small pear-shaped, yellow fruit is produced all summer. Refreshing mild flavor adds zest and color to salads, vegetable trays and pasta dishes.

Zapotec Pleated Red Indeterminate 80-85 Named for its creators, the Zapotec people of Oaxaca, the pink fruits are large, with ruffles like a pleated dress. They can be stuffed and baked like a bell pepper, or served raw.