Exclusive release of Tomato Growers Supply Company. The kind of tomato home gardeners would love to grow for a county fair entry. Vigorous plants produce loads of delicious 10 to 12 oz. fruit, even when conditions are not ideal. This one was a winner in our trials for its high yields, good disease resistance, mid-early maturity, and great flavor. First fruit mature early and low on the plant, which continues to bear tomatoes over a long season. Indeterminate. 75 days.
Especially bred as a luscious sandwich tomato...solid, meaty slices with just the right sweetness. High yields of large fruit, bigger than Early Girl and earlier than Better Boy. Outstanding performer. Indeterminate. 70 days.
ALL AMERICA SELECTIONS WINNER. The first full-sized tomato variety offering resistance to early blight, late blight and Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus plus other resistances for a powerful disease package. Deep red, 8 to 12 oz. fruit is quite flavorful and great for slicing and sandwiches as well as canning for later. Productive plants put on an excellent crop with a harvest time that lasts 4 to 5 weeks. Determinate. 75 days.
Short season gardeners especially will be happy for this variety that doesn't sacrifice size or flavor for early maturity. Tomatoes are at least 8 ozs. and often larger with really good, rich flavor. Yields are plentiful on vigorous plants that have lots of disease resistance, offering even those in the South a great new early tomato. Indeterminate. 64 days.
Heat-resistant variety bears large 8 oz., top-quality tomatoes that ripen uniformly to bright red. Excellent disease resistance and vigorous plants ensure a large harvest even when weather is very warm. This is a proven top-performer in the South and other growing areas with high temperatures during the growing season. Determinate. 72 days.
Gardeners rate this variety as excellent, especially for its superior, very pleasant taste. Heavy yields of 8 oz. firm, meaty fruit that is generally free of cracks. Vines offer good foliage cover. Not recommended for canning as Jet Star is low in acid. Indeterminate. 72 days.
Taste the great flavor you have come to appreciate in First Prize, but expect a much earlier harvest. The "first early" fruit reach 4 to 7 ounces, and the indeterminate vines are productive over a long season. A good disease resistance package and plentiful harvests make this your choice for early maturity. Stake plants for best results. 56 days
Crossing two different heirlooms creates a variety that is much higher yielding and earlier maturing, while retaining great flavor and fewer blemishes. Such is the case with this cross between Brandywine and Costoluto Genovese. Brandywine is legendary for sweet, rich taste while Costoluto Genovese has beautiful scallops, great production, and ability to set fruit in hot weather. Genuwine plants are regular-leaved and produce delicious 10 to 12 oz. fruits that have some of the ribbing of the Costoluto Genovese but with the larger size and fuller shape of a Brandywine. Indeterminate 70 days.
Extra large, 10 oz. smooth round tomatoes ripen to a uniform red and are produced as an incredible set of solid, flavorful fruit. Strong, healthy vines have heat-set capabilities and resistance to diseases including alternaria and gray leaf spot. A favorite with chefs and gardeners alike for its versatility and great tomato flavor. Determinate. 72 days.
10, 250, and 500 seed quantities are untreated. 1000 seed quantities are available as treated.
Especially recommended for Southern gardeners, this variety sets large crops even in hot weather. Luscious, meaty tomatoes are medium-sized, smooth, and resistant to catfacing. Large vines offer good foliage cover. Our original stock seed is from the USDA Seed Bank. Determinate. 80 days.
This is the most popular tomato in Japan, where gardeners prefer their tomatoes pink and sweetly flavored. Hybrid plants produce abundant crops of round, medium-sized, perfectly smooth tomatoes with no blemishes or imperfections. Their taste is wonderful, intensely rich and sweet, with just the right amount of acid. We think that this variety will also catch on with American gardeners once they find out how delicious it is. Indeterminate. 74 days.
Tall, vigorous plants produce abundant harvests of large, round juicy fruit. Smooth, solid, and meaty with absolutely delicious flavor that is a wonderful combination of sweet and acid. Well adapted to all growing areas and bears continuously through the entire season. Indeterminate. 70 days.