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Amish Paste
Amish Paste
82 days - Indeterminate - Heirloom

$2.99


From Wisconsin. A very productive heirloom that produces deep red, acorn and oxheart shaped, meaty fruits that grow up to 12 oz. Probably one of the largest paste tomatoes. Lots of excellent, sweet flavors from this juicy, meaty fruit. A great slicing and sauce tomato. Also suitable for canning. A good choice for an all purpose tomato.
Ananas Noire
Ananas Noire
80 days - Indeterminate - Open pollinated

$2.99


Originally from Belgium, introduced by Pascal Moreau in 2005, the name of this outstanding tomato is French for "black pineapple". A large regular leaf plant that produces heavy yields of 1 to 1 1/2 lb., round fruit that when sliced open reveals a fantastic mix of tie-dye colors. Very rich delicious flavors with a very good acid content making the flavors sing! A great all-purpose tomato.
Apple Tomato
Apple Tomato

$3.99


Seeds originally sent to me from my good gardening friend, Natasha, in Russia. Early to mid-season variety from Altay plant breeders (Altay is a rocky region of Siberia characterized by long cold dry winters and hot, usually dry summers). Plants grow up to 3 feet. Medium sized red fruits weigh up to 11 oz. Eat them fresh or try it the Russian way. (Russians love to pickle tomatoes). Grows well in both gardens and containers. Rare! To my knowledge, I am currently the only U.S. source for these Russian tomato seeds.
Ararat Flamed
Ararat Flamed
67 Days - Indeterminate

$2.99


Very rare seeds, originally from Debrecin, Hungary. (Ararat Geflammte in German) Fire engine red, 4 oz. fruits grow on indeterminate, regular leaf plants. Excellent rich full bodied flavor. Juicy, sweet and tangy tomatoes. Perfect for salads (if not eating fresh from the plant). Extremely high yielding, up to 30 lbs. per plant! Also a great choice for market growers.
Artisan Pink Tiger
Artisan Pink Tiger
70 days from transplant

$2.99


A regular leaf, indeterminate plant that produces lots of 2 inch, elongated tomatoes that come to a point. Fruits are pink with orange stripes and have a great flavor. Also good for market growers and sure to turn some heads. Grows well outdoors as well as in a greenhouse.

Aunt Ruby's German Green
Aunt Ruby's German Green
79 days - Indeterminate - Heirloom

$2.99


This is an heirloom beefsteak variety from Ruby Arnold of Greeneville, Tennessee who passed away in 1997. Tomatoes are slightly flattened, 12 to 16 oz. fruit that ripens to a pale greenish-yellow, or lime jello green, with a slight pink blush that extends to the inside. Excellent flavors, fruity sweet and slightly spicy taste.
Azoychka
Azoychka
About 70 days from transplant

$3.49


A very productive Russian tomato. Indeterminate, regular leaf plants produce 3-4 inch, yellow/orange, smooth tomatoes with a sweet fruity flavor. Unlike most tomatoes of this color, Azoychka has a higher acid content than usual giving it a flavor that stands out. Dependable for market growers as well. You can get 40 to 50 tomatoes per plant. A great sandwich tomato, or slicing up with a little salt or adding to your salads. Very rare tomato seeds.
Beaverlodge Slicer
Beaverlodge Slicer
55 days - Determinate - Open pollinated

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Bred in Alberta, Canada, at the Beaverlodge Research Center. Short, determinate, 2' tall plants produce a big yield of 2 inch red globes with a rich sweet delicious flavor. A very tasty choice for an extra early tomato. Perfect for small gardens or growing in containers. A good choice for cooler and foggy areas.
Black from Tula
Black from Tula
75 days - Indeterminate - Heirloom

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A Russian heirloom from the city of Tula. This is the largest of the black tomatoes with 4-5", slightly flattened, dark brown to purple fruit with deep green shoulders. Very delicious, rich, slightly salty, smoky-fruit flavor!! This is a very tasty black tomato that can grow well in containers.
Black Opal
Black Opal
70 days - Indeterminate

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One of the best tasting black fruited tomatoes! Rich, sweet and tangy flavor. Hundreds and hundreds of 1 inch cherry tomatoes on an indeterminate, regular leaf plant. High production and excellent flavor all the way to frost!
Black Zebra
Black Zebra
85 days - Indeterminate - Heirloom

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This is a stabilized and natural cross between Green Zebra and a black tomato by Jeff Dawson. A star in any garden that is sure to make your neighbors curious. A successful tomato to take to market. 4 oz. about 1 and ½ inch fruits that are nice and juicy with complex sweet fruity flavors with a hint of smokiness. Round, purplish tomatoes with green brush-stroke-like stripes. Sure to be a favorite in your garden!
Blue Fruit
Blue Fruit
76 days - Indeterminate - Heirloom

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This tomato gets its name from its purplish-gray hued color. Fruit from this potato-leaf variety is medium sized, 3 to 4", round, with rich sweet flavors.


Brandywine Sudduth's Strain
Brandywine, Sudduth’s Strain
85 days - Indeterminate - Heirloom

$2.99


Probably the most famous heirloom tomato in the world. A woman named Dorris Sudduth of Tennessee gave seeds that were grown within her family for 100 years, to Ben Quisenberry, a tomato seedsman from Ohio. It was Ben who first introduced the seeds to the public in 1979. A prolific potato leaf plant producing 1 to 2 lb. large, pink fruit. Heirloom tomato expert Craig LeHoullier believes the Sudduth’s Strain is of the original Brandywine. This tomato has long been recognized as the king of all heirlooms. Just one bite and you will know why! It’s legendary flavor sets the standard for tomato taste!
Cardinal
Cardinal
New variety from Russia

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Our organic heirloom seeds produce shorter indeterminate plants that grow to about 6 feet and are loaded with heart-shaped, raspberry-red fruits that weigh up to 32 oz! Well balanced yummy tomato flavors that are perfect for eating fresh in salads as well as a good canning tomato. This variety is one of the most popular among Russian gardeners.
Caspian Pink
Caspian Pink
80 days - Indeterminate - Heirloom

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Some say "Queen of the Pinks". Originally from southern Russia between the Caspian and Black Seas, these medium to large tomatoes can grow to 1 pound or more. Regular leaf tomato plants that produce a good yield of round, slightly flattened, pink-red fruits that have a sweet and rich flavor which rivals Brandywine. One of the best known Russian tomatoes. Does very well in cooler climates.
Cherokee Purple
Cherokee Purple
80 days - Indeterminate - Heirloom

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The legendary Cherokee Purple Tomato is believed to have originated more than 120 years ago in the Tennessee Cherokee Nation. A heavy-bearing, indeterminate plant with rather short vines. Each fruit is a masterpiece of colors, flavor and history. Tomatoes grow from 12-14 oz., slightly flattened, a combination of rose-pink, purple and deep red color. This tomato is a popular market variety because of its beauty and it’s complex, rich, sweet and full of old-fashioned real tomato flavor. One of the best tasting heirlooms!
Chocolate Cherry
Chocolate Cherry
70-75 days from transplant

$2.99


An indeterminate, regular leaf tomato plant that produces hundreds of 1 inch cherry tomatoes with a beautiful chocolate color when ripe. Extremely flavorful, sweet and tangy and just plain delicious! Fruits are round, grow in groups of 6 to 8 and crack resistant.

Chocolate Miracle
Chocolate Miracle
New variety from Russia

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Seeds originally sent to me from my good gardening friend Natasha, in Russia. A truly wonderful mid-season variety. Medium to large fruits with a milk chocolate color! Determinate plants grow to 3 feet (5 feet in containers). Nicely rounded fruits, that weigh 9-14 oz, get their smooth milk chocolate color as they ripen. These solid and sugary tomatoes are splendidly tasty as other dark-colored varieties. But slightly green ones taste especially great! Yields consistently great in both gardens and containers. Eat them fresh, in salads or sauces, also a good choice for canning. Currently, I am the only U.S. source for these rare and unique tomato seeds!


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