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.

$2.75

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.

$3.00

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.

$3.00

Plant: After last frost

Solanum lycopersicon   50 seeds  80 days, 

I admit, the name got us with this one. My first bite was love. These are intensely juicy and sweet tomato flavored in a large pink red heirloom package. Try them, try them...you will see. Good production, fantastic slicers. One of these makes a lunch worth eating. 

18-24 inch spacing ⅛-¼ inch depth, Sow outdoors after last frost, start indoors 6 weeks before last frost

$3.00

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.

$3.00