Italian heirloom tomatoes. Large, deep-red, juicy tomatoes are deeply ribbed but fully flavored and absolutely delicious. This variety is hearty and does well in hot weather, but continues to produce even when the weather turns cool. Indeterminate. 78 days.
A great new tomato that is heat-tolerant as well as resistant to Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus and gray leaf spot. Large, smooth round red tomatoes have good flavor and are perfect for slicing, salads, or canning. This variety offers exceptional yields and outstanding disease resistance, suiting it well for commercial production in the Southeast. Additionally, we think that home gardeners everywhere are going to love this tomato. Determinate. 70 days.
From Czechoslovakia, this is an extremely early cold-tolerant tomato that bears an abundance of 2 ounce flavorful and sweet tomatoes. This variety has become a garden favorite for its earliness, productivity, and truly wonderful taste. Indeterminate. 52 days.
This heirloom tomato is a stand-out in everyone's garden. Bicolored red and yellow fruit grows very large, up to 2 lbs., and is streaked with red both inside and out. The flavor is wonderful, rich, fruity and sweet. Strong vines bear an abundant crop. Indeterminate. 85 days.
Every now and then a tomato comes along that demands recognition for a flavor worthy of the royal family. She is only to be served at the peak of perfection. She has the highest sugar of all our trial garden tomatoes. Resistance to fusarium, powdery mildew, tomato mosaic virus, tomato yellow leaf curl virus, and LATE BLIGHT! Vigorous indeterminate vines produce long trailing brilliant red fruit clusters, with each fruit weighing about ½ an ounce each, measuring 1 1/2 by 1 inch. 78 days
What makes this variety really special is that it is one of the largest, earliest red slicing tomatoes available, and it has excellent flavor. This combination of size, earliness, and good taste is truly uncommon, but Fireworks is an exceptional variety. Its bright red fruit are 6 to 8 ozs., round with a pointed tip, and borne quite heavily on vigorous plants. Indeterminate. 60 days.
Just like its fairy tale namesake, Rapunzel puts out long, cascading trusses, each with up to 40 sweet, bright red cherry tomatoes that keep coming all summer long. The long stems are quite impressive when picked fully loaded with tomatoes, which can be enjoyed individually as they ripen. Indeterminate. 70 days.
What this variety offers is a very heavy crop of good-sized, smooth red tomatoes with delicious flavor, ranging from 6 to 10 ounces. Because of their abundance and medium to large size, they could well be a mainstay of your crop, providing excellent tasting fruit for a variety of uses throughout a long season. Indeterminate. 80 days.
From the seed of the late tomato collector Ben Quisinberrry, this classic heirloom variety has gorgeous one to one and a half pound yellow and red striped fruit. Winner of many modern taste tests, it was listed in Quisinberry's 1976 seed list as "the sweetest tomato you ever tasted and a gourmet's joy when sliced." Introduced as Ruby Gold and renamed by Mr. Quisinberry. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Dark brown-red tomatoes are large, 10 to 12 ozs., and very richly flavored with just a hint of saltiness. Color is darker in hot weather, and fruit seems to set well even in the heat. Prone to cracking, but a very heavy producer. Heirloom from the Black Sea of Russia. Indeterminate. 75-90 days.
Perfect for large containers or small gardens, this has long been a favorite choice for growing on patios, decks, and balconies. That is because the compact plants are attractive while yielding good-sized 8 oz. fruit with real tomato flavor. Stocky plants grow 3 to 4 ft. tall with an upright habit, making staking needs minimal. Compact indeterminate. 68 days.