This variety was bred by Minnie Zaccaria, a home gardener who crossed two heirloom tomatoes to create Big Zac. True to its name, it bears enormous 4 to 6 lb. fruit, and is a high quality tomato in every respect - meaty and delicious as well as disease resistant. We are proud to offer this legendary heirloom-hybrid so you can enjoy its luscious flavor and maybe even win some bragging rights of your own. Indeterminate. 80 days.
This cross between Brandywine and Rutgers produces good yields of 6 to 10 oz. delicious dark pink fruit. Disease and crack-resistance are inherited from Rutgers, and the tomato's taste and texture is more like that of Brandywine. Indeterminate. 85 days.
A great choice for a 'main crop,' all-purpose tomato. Vigorous plants bear plenty of 8 to 12 ounce round, bright red tomatoes with excellent flavor and texture. Not only are harvests very abundant, but production continues right up until frost. Heirloom variety. Indeterminate. 80 days.
The origin of this tomato is believed to be from Dr. Harold Martin, who was a hobby gardener and a dentist. He did not release the tomato in the 1920s when it was first selected, but it was released later by a person who inherited Dr. Martin’s collection. Initially there were some concerns about the variability of the variety, and it has taken time for people to judge the plant. It is indeterminate and purple-maroon in color, weighing 5 to 8 ounces. It has a sweet fruity flavor. The current selection from the collection is a regular leaf type. 85 days.
Large crops of pink, 8 to 10 oz. tomatoes that have a full, old-fashioned tomato flavor. Smooth, blemish-free fruit are borne in large numbers over a fairly concentrated time period, making this variety a long time favorite in Southern states for canning and eating. Strong determinate. 80 days.
So named because the seed is originally from the Himalaya Mountains. Large, deep red tomatoes weigh about 12 ounces and have a high-quality, intense tomato flavor. Plants bear well even in cooler weather and mature earlier than most large-fruited types. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Heirloom tomato from the Zapotec Indians of Mexico, this is a beautiful heavily ribbed dark pink fruit. Its pleated shape makes it very ornamental, and it would be wonderful hollowed and stuffed, or sliced to show off its scalloped edges. The flavor is sweet and mild, and yields are prolific. This is a most unusual variety that is really very pretty. Indeterminate. 80 days.
This variety is lower in acid than most other tomatoes and often recommended to people who are on a low-acid diet. However, the flavor of these bright red fruit includes a good tart tomato flavor nicely complemented by a sweet taste. Tomatoes are medium-sized, round and produced in great abundance. Determinate. 80 days.
An heirloom from Bulgaria, this variety bears large harvests of perfectly smooth and round, deep-red tomatoes that weigh between 4 and 6 ounces. Flavor is outstanding, with just the right combination of sweetness and tartness, and fruit is juicy and blemish-free. Indeterminate. 80 to 85 days.
Strong vines with multiple disease resistance bear heavy yields of large, firm red fruit. Developed for Florida, it is resistant to gray leaf spot and leaf molds and tolerant to early blight. Well suited for pink harvest. Also used as a greenhouse tomato. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Large, smooth, dark pink fruit have a purple tint and wonderful sweet flavor. Tomatoes range from 8 ozs. to 1 lb., although they may become as large as 2 lbs. for some gardeners. Plants are vigorous and give big yields up until frost. Heirloom variety from the Black Forest region of Germany. Indeterminate. 80 days.