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Eagle's Beak
Eagle's Beak
New variety from Russia
80 days - Indeterminate - Heirloom

$3.99


Our organic heirloom seeds of Siberian origin, produce large fruits (from 14 to 28 oz) with raspberry-red coloring and extraordinary flavor! Tomatoes are shaped like the beak of the mighty eagle, hence the name "Eagle's Beak". Heavy yielding, solid meaty fruits with few seeds are great for canning and making sauces. Also grows well in containers. A fantastic new mid-season variety to add to your garden. Rare tomato seeds.

Emerald Green Cherry
Emerald Green Cherry
About 80 days from transplant

$2.99


A regular leaf, indeterminate plant that produces high yields of 1 inch, green when ripe cherry tomatoes. Excellent sweet flavors with the "spice" you get with many green ripe tomatoes. Sure to be a winner in your garden.

French Cluster
French Cluster
New variety from Russia

$3.99


Seeds originally sent to me from my good gardening friend, Natasha, in Russia. New mid-seasoned variety from Russia for pickling. Beautiful looking fruits! Determinate plants grow to 3 feet. Also a good choice for growing in containers. Each plant can have 5-20 clusters depending on ripening conditions. Solid crimson finger shaped fruits weigh 2.5 - 3.5 oz. Tasty, smooth and elegant. A good-keeper. Pickled or fresh fruits will beautifully decorate your table! I am currently the only U.S. source for these tomato seeds.
Fruit Punch
Fruit Punch
About 75 days from transplant

$3.99


A great cherry tomato from Sandusky OH. Regular leaf sprawling plants that produce tons of ¾ inch, thin skinned, pink cherry tomatoes. Delicious flavors that are sweet and fruity. Tomatoes resist cracking very well despite their thin skin, even with heavy rain.
Gold Medal
Gold Medal
85 days - Indeterminate - Heirloom

$2.99


A classic yellow and red bi-colored variety from Ben Quisenberry, a tomato collector from Ohio. As Ben says, this is truly a gourmet delight. 1 to 1½ pound fruits have sweet and well balanced flavors. Ripe fruits can be picked and last for a couple of weeks before going bad. A repeat winner of many taste tests, this tomato is sure to be a favorite in your garden.
Green Pineapple
Green Pineapple
80 days - Indeterminate - Heirloom

$3.99


A regular leaf heirloom originally from Ohio. Plants produce lots of 8-10 oz, lime green, round tomatoes that are slightly flattened with unique tropical fruity flavors with a hint of pineapple, and a wonderful fruity aroma. Give the fruits a slight squeeze and pick them when they start to feel a bit soft.
Green Zebra
Green Zebra
75 days - Indeterminate

$2.99


Developed by tomato breeder Tom Wagner and introduced to gardeners in 1985, this is a unique and exquisite green tomato that is very popular at markets and with chefs. 2 to 3", round fruits ripen to a yellow-gold with dark-green zebra stripes. The flesh is lime to emerald in color that has a unique, sweet/zingy, lemon-lime flavor. Great for slicing, salads and salsa.
Honey Sugar
Honey Sugar
New variety from Russia

$3.99


Seeds originally sent to me from my good gardening friend, Natasha, in Russia. Beautiful large bright honey colored fruits with a sweet sugary taste! A fantastic new addition to your garden and your diet. Plants grow to 3-5 feet, each consisting of up to 7 clusters. Well-rounded solid fruits weigh up to 14 oz. Yields great regardless of seasonal weather conditions. Grows well in both gardens and containers. I am currently the only U.S. source for these wonderful and rare Russian tomato seeds.
Hungarian Heart
Hungarian Heart
82 days - Indeterminate - Heirloom

$2.99


Oxheart type tomatoes have been around for centuries. This strain is one that is from a small village outside of Budapest. Huge pink fruits weigh in at 1 pound or more. A great slicing tomato. Also excellent for canning or even roasting. This magnificent tomato rarely cracks. This is a reliable, heavy producer.
Japanese Black Trifele
Japanese Black Trifele
(aka Japanese Black Truffle)

$3.99


This is actually a Russian heirloom tomato despite what the name implies. A short, indeterminate, potato leaf plant that produces large amounts of dark colored tomatoes with green shoulders. Rich and delicious flavors, juicy and meaty. Grows well in containers. Rare tomato seeds.
Japanese Rose
Japanese Rose
New variety from Russia

$3.99


Seeds were originally sent to me from my good gardening friend, Natasha, in Russia. A mid-season, good looking and productive variety of Siberian origin. Grows well in containers. Plant grows to 2-3 feet. Clusters consist of 5-6 oxheart shaped, crimson-colored fruits that weigh 5-7 oz. Thick-walled and solid tomatoes ripen simultaneously with no cracking. The end of this tomato comes to a very unique point. In Russia they describe this point as a "beak". It really does look like a beak! Can be stored for 1-2 months and is remarkably suitable for pickling (Russians love to pickle tomatoes). Currently, I am the only U.S. source for these rare and unique tomato seeds!

Kellogg's Breakfast
Kellogg’s Breakfast
80 days - Indeterminate - Heirloom

$2.99


A giant orange beefsteak tomato, exactly the color of freshly squeezed orange juice, both inside and out! Recently named one of the best heirloom tomatoes by the food editors of Sunset magazine. When I took my first bite of this wonderful tomato, it was an absolute instant favorite! Fantastically rich, super sweet and tangy flavor. If you like tomato sandwiches, then you need to try one with one of the best tasting tomatoes in the world! With slices that are big enough to hang over the edge of the bread. Originally bred in Michigan by a gardener named Kellogg, these unique orange giants reach sizes from 1 to 2 pounds. I just can’t get enough Kellogg’s Breakfast!



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