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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.
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.
Rather than call it Better Boy II, seed developers have decided to call it Better Boy Plus, because it is the same Better Boy with added features that will make it stronger and better than it was before. One new improvement is resistance to Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus (TSWV), which is increasingly important to gardeners throughout the United States and Canada.
TSWV is spread by tiny insects called thrips, which fly all around the country with their tiny wings and dreadful sucking mouth parts. They carry a sinister virus that can wreak devastation on your tomato plants. And they are doing so in greater numbers each year!
Because insecticides are largely ineffective, your simple solution is to plant Better Boy PLUS. But wait, you also receive new disease protection from Fusarium Crown and Root Rot, plus Tobacco Mosaic Virus. In addition, you will have improved flavor and sweetness that will almost make you do a handstand when you first try one. Keep in mind, all the previous resistances are still in place ASC, N, St, and V. So you hit the jackpot with your purchase of new Better Boy Plus! Indeterminate. 75 days.
AAS WINNER. The beautiful yellow color of the skin hides the internal crimson stripes that make the sliced fruit so attractive. Sweet and savory is how one judge defined the taste. Strong indeterminate vines produce up to 30 fruit that weigh 8 ounces each. Excellent for fresh harvest, and also preserving, since you are likely to have a great abundance of fruit. 75 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.
Deep red, full-flavored slicing tomatoes are 10 to 12 ozs. and very nice for an early variety. Developed by Dr. James Baggett of Oregon State University, these plants yield well even in cool weather. Good acid taste and excellent interior fruit quality in an early tomato. Best suited to cool or temperate climates, Siletz may have problems with abnormal fruit shape and catfacing in warmer southern areas. Determinate. 52 days.
While it might seem impossible to improve Big Beef, in fact, it just got better. A new selection of Big Beef is available—Big Beef Plus. Big Beef was already a favorite, and one of the world’s most popular indeterminate beefsteak tomatoes.
The original Big Beef already has resistance to TMV, Asc, F 0-1, St, V1 and N (nematodes). The new Big Beef Plus is supercharged with all the original resistances, plus added resistance to Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus (TSWV), Tomato torrado virus, and Fusarium Crown and Root Rot. In certain parts of the US where TSWV is common, home gardeners are not able to successfully grow the original Big Beef. But, they can now grow Big Beef Plus.
We are also pleased to learn that the Big Beef Plus has a deeper red color which indicates increased lycopene levels, a potent anti-oxidant. And remember, all of the original great flavor, yield potential, and disease resistance is preserved in Big Beef Plus. Indeterminate. 73 days.
Grafting clips attach the scion to the rootstock of a grafted plant.
These clips can be sterilized with disinfectants for reuse and to prevent transfer of pathogens. If you prefer to heat-treat them, for example in boiling water, the 1.7mm, 2.0mm, and 2.5mm clips are made of silicone and can withstand the heat. The 3.5mm clips are unsuited to high temperatures and will melt.
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.
With a name like a confection and striped dark-chocolate grape-shaped tomatoes, this one is too tempting to pass up. The fruit is delightfully sweet with a rich, balanced flavor, perfect for snacking or adding on top of salads. Tall, disease-resistant plants bear huge crops of these delectable, crack-resistant cherry tomatoes. Indeterminate. 75 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.