Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack   |   75-80 days  

We grew this variety with no idea what it would produce. We were stunned. The green hearts are framed in red flesh. Absolutely beautiful with a fruity flavor. Really a gorgeous variety for slicing with bits of cheese and basil! Indeterminate.

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Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack | 70 days

Dusky red 1 inch tomatoes with blackish coloring and flavor reminiscent of the larger black tomatoes.  As we walked the garden this summer with our two year old we nicknamed these 'chocolate' tomatoes and she loved them! My mother-in-law in New Zealand recommended them to us and they were well worth the garden space. Vigorous vines produce loads of these treats all summer until the first frost.

 

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Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack   | 70 days   |   Heirloom

These are large 4-5 inch fruits with unusual black coloring. In reality these beefsteak tomatoes are deep red with green shoulders. The flavor can be described as complex with salty, smoky overtones. Really tasty. We have made some fantastic sauces with these. In addition, we have found this heirloom to be really prolific. The only drawback we have experienced is that they do not keep well so enjoy right off the vine! Indeterminate.

$2.75

Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack | 80 days | Heirloom

With a deep flavor, this 2-inch oval tomato has a rich red color with black overtones. Prized by many as an excellent sauce tomato. They have the right amount of juice and strong crack-resistant skins. Originating from Russia. Indeterminate.

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Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack   |   75-80 days   |   Heirloom

This indeterminate yellow cherry produces stunning yields of half-inch sweet fruits. An heirloom from eastern Germany, the name means 'little blonde girl'. Each cluster bears 15-20 tomatoes and will keep producing right up to the first frost. An excellent tomato for garden snacking or for market. They are deliciously sweet with a slight citrusy finish. These large plants will produce fine without trellising but you'll have a hard time wading in between vines to find the fruits. One of our absolute farm favorites! Indeterminate.

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Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack | 60-70 days | Heirloom

Classic large red cherry tomato. Fruits are 1 inch in diameter. A mouth-watering tomato that bursts open as you bite them. Prolific and disease resistant. Good choice for shorter seasons. Bred by the late Alan Chadwick of the UCSC Chadwick Gardens, who was a leading innovator of organic farming techniques. Indeterminate.

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Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack   |   85 days   |   Heirloom

Dating back to the early 19th century this tomato has long been a favorite in Italy for fresh eating and widely known for superb sauces and juice. The high acid content off set with a deep sweet tomato flavor gives this odd looking heirloom high marks in the old and new world alike. We were astounded by the prolific nature of this knobby lobed tomato. Fruit set began early and did not stop until the frost was upon us. Even through the hot northern California weather we continued to get fruits. The high seed content also makes this variety a seed savers dream.

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Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack | 80-90 days | Heirloom

Hanging on their vines like grapes, these yellow/green cherry tomatoes will tingle your taste buds. Bred by Tom Wagner in 1986 from a yellow pear cherry and a large beefsteak heirloom. With a tangy sweet taste, many folks find these little fruits addictive. The plants stay compact but bear fruit for a long season. Although they are listed as a determinate variety we found them to be extremely prolific.

The famous tomato expert Carolyn Male wrote a book called 100 Heirloom Tomatoes for the American Garden. On the green grape she says, “First time growers of green grape have a tendency to fall in love with it after only one season. When you experience the unique spicy sweetness associated with green tomatoes for the first time, it's easy to become addicted.”

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Lycopersicon esculentum

 

50 seeds/pack   |   80-90 days   |   Heirloom

 

At maturity these ‘green’ tomatoes are yellow with green stripes and measure 1-2 inches. They are sweet/tart and prolific. Indeterminate.


 


 

$2.75

Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack | 80 days

As beautiful as its name would suggest, this purple-to-black tomato is a new release from Oregon State University. With high levels of free radical scavenging anthocyanins and a prolific nature we highly recommend this tomato be added to your list for this growing season. The mild fresh flavor is perfect for salads or to slice with a bit of good cheese. The fruits are about the size of a very large cherry tomato, up to 2 inches diameter. Where ever the sun touches the fruits expect deep purple coloring. We were astounded by the number of tomatoes per plant. Indeterminate.

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Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack | 70-80 days | Heirloom

This is the best tomato we know of for sun-drying. Also great for canning. Excellent sweet/salty flavor. The 2-3-inch, deep orange-colored fruits are borne in clusters and were the first tomato to ‘color-up’ for us this past season. Indeterminate.

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Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack | 70 days  l  Heirloom

This determinate paste tomato is a highly productive Italian heirloom. Fruits are large to 5 inches, very meaty with few seeds. Good flavor. Compact tomato bushes could be planted in containers for patio gardeners. For canning a determinate tomato can be a blessing since all the fruits are ready at nearly the same time. This allows the avid canner to preserve large batches all at once.

 

$2.75

Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack | 85 days | Heirloom

Weighing in at 1-2 lbs., these multi-colored succulent, meaty tomatoes are always a favorite. This heirloom dates back to the 19th century and was saved by a Mennonite group from Virginia. They are not as prolific as some modern varieties but make up for that in flavor and juicy ecstasy. Indeterminate.

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Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack | 78 days

Prolific 1-inch fruits borne on vigorous indeterminate vines. These are among the very best cherry tomatoes we’ve ever tasted. Sweet and plentiful. Another original from Peace Seeds, de-hybridized from Sweet 100. High in vitamin C. These tomatoes get their name from a high content of gamma-amino butyric acid, which acts as a calming effect on the body. Indeterminate.

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Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack   |   75-80 days  l   Heirloom

Well loved Italian Heirloom variety for its superior sun drying ability. Plants are absolutely loaded with small plum shaped fruits. They are possible to dry whole although we preferred to cut them in half and then dry on screens in our greenhouse. These become delicious snacks or can be re-hydrated for winter sauces and stews.

$2.75

Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack | 90 days | Heirloom

Excellent paste tomato with firm flesh and few seeds. Extremely prolific. The strain we offer yields masses of large fruits that come on later in the season. Trellising will keep your fruits dirt-free and easy to pick. Produces sauce with rich flavor. Indeterminate.

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Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack   |   70 days

Early producing tomato yields large 4 inch tomatoes that can weigh up to a pound. Good flavor and will produce even with cooler temps. Developed by Dr. James Baggett of Oregon State University and released in 1994. Very few seeds in these hearty fruits.

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Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack | 60-70 days | Heirloom

This Russian heirloom tomato bears prolific amounts of small to medium sized red fruits. An early producer that will continue to offer tomatoes until the first frost, this variety is ideal for canning and fresh eating. Its habit is fairly compact and would do well as a container tomato. We were truly impressed by the amount of fruits harvested from this variety. Indeterminate.

$2.75

Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack | 55 days | Heirloom

Small early tomatoes with good flavor. Expect high yields from this vigorous potato leaf variety. Crimson fruits. Good for short seasons, a cold-tolerant variety. A 1988 comparative tasting in the San Francisco area gave it first place for its wonderful sweet/acid, tomatoey flavor and production. Indeterminate.

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Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack | 80 days | Heirloom

This Greek heirloom is a solid and prolific producer of uniform large red fruits. With great flavor thick skins these tomatoes also resist sunburn and cracking. Also known as 'Thessas', these fruits produce from mid-season to first frost. Large fruits great for slicing, salads, canning, drying, etc. One of our farm favorites for sure! Indeterminate.

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Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack | 80-90 days

Smallish yellow tomato with a distinctive peachy fuzz on the skin. Delightful fruity flavor. It is easy to sit down and eat a few of these right off the vine; like eating sunshine:)

$2.75

Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack   |  80-90 days

Large yellow to orange fruits have shape of a brandywine with a citrus flavor. Very beautiful with medium production. Definitely a great colored tomato! Indeterminate.

$2.75

Plant: After last frost

Lycopersicon esculentum

50 seeds/pack | 80-90 days | Heirloom

Zapotec is an heirloom said to come from the Oaxacan Indians of Oaxaca, Mexico. These large fruits are surprisingly light with little water weight and firm, sturdy walls suitable for grilling or stuffing. Pale red with many pleats. Sliced they resemble a lace doily. Light and elegant taste. These were a top taster's choice during our Tomato Tasting Fest 2011. Indeterminate.

$2.75