Perfect for a sandwich, in salads, or just sliced. Large determinate plants have enough vigor to offer high yield potential, and attractive 8 to 10 ounce fruit, with wonderful flavor. Widely adapted, and works well for market gardeners and home gardeners alike. 72 days.
This round, red tomato from the University of Hawaii is tolerant to both nematodes and bacterial wilt, serious problems in tropical and sub-tropical climates. It is the only open-pollinated variety we know of that can boast of these traits. While it is well suited for the tropics, it is well adapted to more temperate areas also. Determinate. 78 days.
Huge yields of sweet, juicy round fruit that is delicious for salads, sandwiches, and a variety of other uses. Dark pink fruit is smooth and usually about 2 inches across. Heirloom variety from Germany. Indeterminate. 70 days.
This member of the new Husky series yields medium-sized, 5 to 7 oz. bright red fruit with very good flavor. Although the plants grow only 4 feet tall, fruit continues to appear in surprising numbers throughout the growing season. Dwarf indeterminate. 68 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.
What a fitting name for a beautiful round, red tomato with great yields and high resistance to late blight plus intermediate resistance to early blight and Septoria Leaf Spot. Stellar gives gardeners who experience high disease pressure a slicing tomato they can count on. Smooth, lovely fruit is medium-sized at 5 to 7 ounces, perfect for tucking into sandwiches or cutting up into salads. Determinate. 70 days.
This heirloom variety was originally released in 1944 by the University of Nebraska and is worth planting today because of its incredible flavor and reliably large harvests even in hot weather. Although this appears to be just an average size (6 oz.), unassuming red tomato, you just have to grow it to believe how good it is -- sweet yet tangy and full of those rich, complex flavors that make a delicious tomato memorable. Extraordinary taste in a round, red tomato. Indeterminate. 70 days.
This variety offers resistance to Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus and the same disease-resistance package as Charger Hybrid, but with a stronger plant and even better fruit quality. Compact plants perform well even in hot weather, putting on heavy sets of deep-red, firm, round tomatoes that are an extra-large 10 to 14 oz. size. This is a good choice for both commercial planting as well as home gardens. Determinate. 72 days.
This variety has been well regarded as a top commercial tomato for years due to its heavy yields and tasty 10 oz. smooth red fruit that hold up well after harvest. In fact, this is one of the most widely grown varieties in fields in the Eastern United States. Backyard gardeners can enjoy these same great qualities by growing this reliable and productive tomato. No pruning required. Determinate. 70 days.
Big tomato flavor wrapped up in a medium-sized round, red tomato is what this variety is all about. Tall, vigorous plants grow very plentiful harvests of these versatile and attractive fruits with an assertive yet delicious taste. Even beginning gardeners will find this one easy to grow. Indeterminate. 78 days.
Gardeners throughout the country are rediscovering this old-fashioned classic for its terrific flavor and productivity. This strain has some disease resistance, which ensures large crops of crack-free, bright red 6 to 8 oz. tomatoes with delicious old-time taste. For many years, this was a favorite for canning because of its abundance, juiciness and deep red color through and through. Developed in the 1920's, but just right for today's gardeners too. Determinate. 75 days.
Imagine tremendous harvests of pretty pink-red scalloped tomatoes with great flavor and you have the essence of what Big Raspberry offers. Perhaps the name comes from the fruit's rosy pink color or from the way it covers the plant like raspberries on the bush. These meaty sweet tomatoes become 6 to 10 ozs. and really load up on vigorous potato-leaf plants. Heirloom variety. Indeterminate. 75 days.