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Originally released in 1905, this heirloom tomato has some heat tolerance and cracking resistance. The attractive red fruit weigh 5 to 10 ounces, and have that great old fashioned flavor. Plants reach 3 to 4 feet in height. Determinate 81 to 85 days.
This variety was developed by Tom Wagner from heirloom stock. He focused on making a more productive plant and creating flavor that is great for making sauces. The cream to yellow colored fruit are nearly 3 inches long and are shaped like a sausage. The determinate 3 foot bush plants don’t need to be staked. 75 days.
This heirloom tomato was originally from the Livingston Collection and was offered for the first time about 1900. Potato-leaved plants yield plenty of dark pink, smooth round fruit weighing about 6 ozs. each. The fruit is sweet, juicy and very flavorful, just right for summertime salads or sandwiches. Indeterminate. 73 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.
Highly disease-resistant plants yield heavy crops of shiny, red ribbed tomatoes that are very attractive. Fruit has a firm texture, which helps it to withstand postharvest handling. Robustly flavorful, 8 oz. bright-red tomatoes are crack resistant. Indeterminate. 75 days.