A long time favorite variety bearing medium sized, round fruit. Indeterminate. 78 days.
The seed of this variety reached America via a Lebanese college student who obtained it from farmers living in the Lebanese hills. Juicy pink beefsteak fruit has exceptional flavor that is rich and delicious. Tomatoes tend to be quite large, averaging 1-1/2 pounds. Indeterminate. 80 days.
6-1/2 oz. brick-red tomatoes are smooth and slightly flattened in shape. Extremely productive and very early variety developed in Manitoba, Canada. Determinate. 60 days.
This variety sets an abundance of 1 lb., slightly flattened round fruits of the typical beefsteak size and shape. What makes this tomato special is its flavor--exceptionally good with a high sugar, high acid balance. Heirloom variety from the Moldovan region of Europe. Indeterminate. 85 days.
This full flavored heirloom variety from France produces large red beefsteaks with ribbed shoulders. Fruit is typically about 4 inches across, quite meaty, and smoothly textured. Very large crops of big, beautiful tomatoes. Indeterminate. 82 days.
A longtime favorite variety with pink fruit up to a whopping 2 lbs. Firm and meaty, low in acid. To prevent sunscald, grow the large, vigorous vines in wire cages. Indeterminate. 80 days.
One of the earliest tomatoes for your garden is also one of the best tasting – mild and sweet with good texture. Golden Nugget offers one inch fruit that are borne on compact plants (20 to 26 inches) and have a concentrated fruit set. Fruit weight 1/2 to 3/4 of an ounce. Developed by James Baggett at Oregon State University, for cooler growing conditions. Determinate. 55 days.
Classic French garden tomato that bears well even in cool weather. Abundant crops of beefsteak-shaped large 8 oz. scarlet fruit with delicious flavor and firm, meaty flesh. Semi-determinate. 67 days.
Prolific, vigorous vines bear an abundance of pink-purple, pear-shaped tomatoes that average 6 ounces and are about 3 to 4 inches long. Their shape is quite unusual for a tomato, resembling the form of a d'Anjou pear. They have a delicious, sweet flavor and are very pretty for mixed colors on a platter or salad. Heirloom variety brought back by a Peace Corps volunteer who served in Yalta. Indeterminate. 80 days.
You will be impressed with this bicolor tomato, which is one of the best tasting from our trial visits this year. It has heirloom eating quality, but it has been selected for better yield, larger fruit, and mouthwatering taste. You can take one step back in time to taste the heirlooms of years gone by, and then you can step into a breeder’s breakthrough for greater productivity. It is simply a great selection from heirlooms. Indeterminate. 85 days.
In parts of Asia, pink tomatoes are considered the best because they are typically sweet with low acid levels. This variety offers very smooth, unblemished pink fruit that weigh about 8 ozs. each with a delicious, mild flavor. Indeterminate. 78 days.