Please know that while there is a large volume of plant material we can not guarantee that things will not sell out.
Heirloom. Developed in 1923, this is a red, beefsteak-like, excellent sandwich tomato. Disease resistant. Indeterminate. 8-12 0z. 105 days.
Aker’s West Virginia
Heirloom. An excellent-tasting pink-red tomato from West Virginia with a great balance of sweet and tart flavors. It has some disease resistance, little cracking, and is known for being able to produce in adverse growing conditions of high heat, humidity or drought. Indeterminate. 8-12 oz. 85 days.
New heirloom for 2018! This short- to medium-sized blush plant from Russia is great for cooler growing climates. Great producer. Cherry. Semi-determinate. 63 days.
Heirloom. This open-pollinated beefsteak is light orange, fluted, with intense flavor. Indeterminate. 1-2 lb. 85-90 days.
Heirloom. This variety produces paste-type fruit with an oblong oxheart shape. Indeterminate. 8 oz. 85 days.
Heirloom. Large, juicy pinkish-red oxheart-shaped tomatoes consistently weigh 1 lb. or just under. Flavor is superb. Indeterminate. 70 days.
New heirloom for 2018! This 100-year-old heirloom hails from the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas. Produces prolific yields of deep pink, sweet fruit when ripe. Disease-resistant. Indeterminate. 6-8 oz. 80-85 days.
Aunt Ruby’s German Green
Heirloom. The green fruit become amber tinged when fully ripe. Slices are lime green, resembling a sliced kiwi. Fruits are 5 inches by 4 inches and many weigh more than a pound. Indeterminate. 80 days.
New heirloom for 2018! Prolific and long-season plum tomato. Sweet fruity flavors. Great for slicing into salads. Good low-acid sauce tomato. Determinate. 4”. 75 days.
An improved hybrid, this huge red beefsteak produces large, meaty, classic beefsteak-type tomatoes until frost. Fruit is tolerant of cracking. Indeterminate. 1 to 1½”. 80 days.
Heirloom. Plant produces good yields of large 1-2 lb. dark pink beefsteak tomatoes—but some can grow to more than 4 lb.! Tomatoes are very sweet, meaty, and turn dark pink when mature. A low-acid tomato that is excellent for salads, sandwiches, and canning. So huge you only need one slice per sandwich. Indeterminate. 88 days.
Berkeley Tie Dye
The vivid, rosy-blushed fruit has iridescent, green skin with sunny yellow streaks and an interior that is a fascinating kaleidoscope of green with trails of red and yellow. Indeterminate. 8-12 oz. 75-80 days.
Beryl Beauty (Dwarf)
New heirloom for 2018! This full-flavored, open-pollinated fruit is green when ripe. It was produced from a cross between Golden Dwarf Champion, a medium fruited yellow dwarf, with Green Giant, made in 2006 by Patrina Nuske Small in Australia. It was named after the gemstone Beryl, which exhibits coloring similar to the fruit. Indeterminate. 3-5 oz. 90 days.
Better Bush VFN
Hybrid. Perfect for large containers or small gardens. Compact plants grow only 3 to 4 ft. tall with an upright habit, so staking is minimal. Indeterminate. 8 oz. 68 days.
New heirloom for 2018! Great for slicing or canning. Expect good flavor and great production from these vigorous plants. Resistant to Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus, Verticillium Wilt, and three types of Fusarium Wilt. Determinate. 10-12 oz. 75 days.
Big Beef (AAS)
Hybrid. Large, mostly blemish-free, globe-shaped red fruit of high quality and popularity. Indeterminate. 10-12 oz. 75 days.
One of the only round, black cherries available with a characteristic dark purplish color. One-inch fruits average 1-1 ½ oz. Open Pollinated. Indeterminate. 65-70 days.
Black from Tula
Heirloom. Highlights the rich, full flavor and juiciness characteristic of Russian tomatoes. Great for slicing and canning. Indeterminate. 14 oz. 75-85 days.
Heirloom. Large, dark red-purple fruit of Russian type. Sweet, full flavor. Indeterminate. 8-12 0z. 80 days.
Heirloom. Originating from the region of Siberia, it sets fruit well in cool climates. The small, dark-red, slightly pear-shaped fruits begin maturing a little more than 2 months after planting. Yields from 25 to 40 pounds of tomatoes per plant over a 3-month harvest season. Indeterminate. 3-5 oz. 70-90 days.
This saladette variety is very good for fresh eating, salads, drying, or making sauces. Very productive over a long season. Deep mahogany, striped with green. Like most black tomatoes, the flavor is pleasingly rich, especially tasty in sauces. Indeterminate. 2-3 oz. 75 days.
New heirloom for 2018! Deep red color, with quick-growing fruit that grow in clusters of five to nine. High yields. Indeterminate. 4 oz. 55 days.
An elongated, plump, bullet-shaped cherry that is 2 ½” long and 1 ¼” wide. Radiant golden fruit with ruby streaks. Wonderful flavor. Indeterminate. 70 days.
Box Car Willie
Heirloom. Reddish-orange fruits averaging 10 to 16 oz. Crack-free and disease resistant. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Brandy Fred (Dwarf)
Great for containers. A high-yielding, potato-leaf dwarf variety that produces smooth, oblate, rugose, purple fruit that range between 10-16 ounces and possess a rich, well-balanced, delicious flavor. Is a dwarf or Tree Type, whereby it develops a very compact plant but is indeterminate. 75 days.
Heirloom. Requires no staking or pruning. 3-inch, deep red fruits are produced even in cold, damp weather. Has produced as much as 40 pounds of fruit from a single plant! Indeterminate. 65-77 days.
Heirloom. This popular beefsteak-sized, Amish tomato produces rosy pink fruits loaded with an old-fashioned tomato taste. It is considered one of the benchmarks for intense tomato flavor. The indeterminate vines are vigorous and require tall cages. Vines yield tomatoes that ripen gradually until frost. Plants have “potato leaf” foliage. Indeterminate. 9-16 oz. 80-100 days.
Heirloom. Beefsteak with great taste. Indeterminate. 1-2 lbs. 75-80 days.
Bundaberg Rumball (Dwarf)
New heirloom for 2018! Great for containers. This compact yet vigorous tomato was introduced in 2015 from across between Black from Tula and Budai Torpe. Heavy yield of chocolate-colored fruit with balanced, sweet flavor. Determinate. 2-3 oz. 60 days.
Burpee’s Dwarf Giant
New heirloom for 2018! Introduced in 1909 by W.A. Burpee. This beefsteak is the result of a cross between Ponderosa and Dwarf Champion. Indeterminate. 10 oz. 80 days.
New heirloom for 2018! A Burpee original and a 1943 AAS winner. A stabilized, six-generation selection from a cross between Tangerine and Rutgers tomatoes. Meaty with a mild delectable flavor. Makes a unique and attractive tomato juice. Indeterminate. 75 days. Beefsteak 6-7 oz.
Bush Early Girl
Compact hybrid plants grow to just 24" tall, producing extra-early yields of big, 6 to 8 oz. fruits. Determinate. 54 days.
Heirloom. The fruit are smooth, large (10-16 oz.), and beautiful, being one of the darkest and prettiest of the purple types. Indeterminate. 90 days.
Heirloom. Large, pink beefsteak fruits average 10 to 12 oz. Comparable to Brandywine. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Strong 3- to 4-foot plants bearing masses of smooth, round, bright red tomatoes.. Determinate. 7-8 oz. 65-70 days.
Chef’s Choice Green (AAS)
Tangy flavor hybrid produces a bright yellow-green fruit. Indeterminate. 9-10 oz. 90 days.
Chef's Choice Orange (AAS)
Experience the wonderful flavor of an orange tomato that is also disease resistant. Chef's Choice Orange has a wonderful bright, almost neon, internal color and superior flesh taste and texture for an early maturing orange tomato. Hybrid. Indeterminate. 9-12 oz. 75 days.
Large beefsteak-type fruits deliver a rich, robust flavor perfect for sandwiches, salsa, sauces or simply eating alone. A hybrid cross of Cherokee Purple and Carbon. Indeterminate. 10-12 oz. 75-80 days.
Heirloom. A stabilized version of Cherokee Purple, this 10 to 14 oz. mahogany-colored variety has excellent flavor and beautiful large fruit. Indeterminate. 75 days.
Heirloom. Uniquely colored dusty rose-brown fruits weigh up to 12 ounces. Indeterminate. 75-90 days.
New heirloom for 2018! Great for containers. Attractive brick-red fruit with thin skin and a rich brown shading that hang like one-inch grapes. Indeterminate. Cherry. 70 days.
Comstock Sauce and Slice
An Italian variety originally introduced in the early 1980s. Meaty, deep-red, Roma-shaped fruits weigh up to 1 pound and have very few seeds. A dual-purpose variety excellent for canning, pastes, sauces and fresh eating. Indeterminate. 80-85 days.
A beautiful tomato with golden yellow and red stripes. A stabilized cross between Green Zebra and Marvel Stripe. Indeterminate. 1 lb. 85 days.
Heirloom. Oddly shaped tomato. Good for tomato juice. Deep red fruit with orange shoulders that are squat and so ribbed they’re nearly pleated. Indeterminate. 85 days.
Crimson Sockeye (Dwarf)
Great for containers. A regular leaf variety that produces large yields of medium, pink fruits. The fruits are smooth-skinned with slightly ribbed shoulders, oblate in shape, with a well-balanced flavor. Determinate. 4-10 oz. 90 days.
Heirloom. One of the most popular tomatoes among home gardeners today, this large size fruit produces until frost. The raspberry pink fruit is crack resistant and can weigh anywhere from less than 1 to more than 2 pounds, with few seed chambers. Indeterminate. 9-24 oz. 80 days.
Dr. Wyche's Yellow
New heirloom for 2018! This 1 lb. tomato from the Midwest is solid and smooth, with a juicy, firm flesh with few seeds; the color is a tangerine-orange. One of the best yielding orange types. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Heirloom. An easy-to-grow 1-2 lb. purple-pink tomatoes with sweet flavor and low acidity. It has almost solid flesh and few seeds. An old variety from the 1920s, the Dutchman is always a great seller at Farmers' Markets. Beefsteak. Semi-determinate. 8-16 oz. 85 days.
Heirloom. This paste tomato yields 7-inch long, large, red paste with good acid content. Excellent flavors. A respected choice for sauces. Indeterminate. 8-16 oz. 85 days.
Early Girl, VFF
Hybrid. Early slicing tomato. Solid fruit with good disease resistance. Indeterminate. 4-6 oz. 52 days.
Great for containers. A fantastic mini-plum bred for small gardens and pots. Bright red fruits have sweet flavor and are about twice as large as most grape tomatoes. Plants are compact but produce amazing yields. Has some tolerance to Late Blight. Determinate. 60 days.
Heirloom. Grape-like, red, sweet, ¾" fruits in clusters of 6 to 12. Sugar-sweet crack resistant and bears until frost. Hardy vines require staking or caging. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Heirloom. Large, beefsteak-shaped, dark pink juicy fruits. Excellent yields of crack-free fruits weighing 1 to 2 pounds. Indeterminate. 85 days.
Heirloom. Under the pinkish-red skin is a nearly seedless meaty tomato. The large-lobed fruits grow to 12-24 oz. A favorite variety for slicing or canning. The disease-resistant vines thrive in hot, humid areas. Indeterminate. 85 days.
Gill’s Red Heart
New heirloom for 2018! Introduced by Gill Bros Seed Company in 1939. “We also introduced this tomato with flesh the deepest red in color yet found. Heavy bearing, long keeping, globe shaped. It is sure to be a valuable shipping and canning variety. Fruits picked entirely green will develop into ripe fruit of excellent quality and bright blood red when cut.” Juicy, meaty with few seeds. Indeterminate. 5-10 oz. 95 days.
Heirloom. Yellow fruit are blushing with rosy red that radiates from the blossom end. The firm flesh is of superior quality, being sweet and mild. They have very little acid; great for fresh eating. Fruits weigh up to 1 pound. Indeterminate. 75-90 days.
New heirloom for 2018! Produces heavily with wonderful taste. Does not split or crack. Decent shelf life after picking. If you do not like the taste, you probably picked it too early. It has a slight yellow blush when ripe and will give a little. Grape. Determinate. 1”. 80 days.
New heirloom for 2018! Pretty, sweet, and flavorful. Fruits are ripe when they start to turn a littlie yellowish and are slightly soft. If they are picked firm, they will be bland. Relatively compact, very productive. Indeterminate. 2-3 oz. 75 days.
This open-pollinated tomato is a beautiful chartreuse with deep lime-green stripes. Flesh is bright green, 2 inches in diameter, and very rich tasting, sweet with a sharp bite. This is the tomato called “the Green Bay Packers’ tomato,” as it reflects the team’s green and gold stripes. Indeterminate. 3 oz. 75 days.
Gulf State Market (Livingston)
New heirloom for 2018! Developed for harvesting in an immature state for shipping to distant markets. Found in Mississippi in 1917. Vigorous, blight-resistant plant. Fruit is smooth and crack-free. This strain is a Livingston Seed Company selection. Indeterminate. 20 oz. 80 days.
New heirloom for 2018! Reportedly packed with 50 percent more of the antioxidant lycopene than other tomatoes. Strongly disease resistant, particularly to Spotted Wilt. Saladette. Determinate. 4 oz. 72 days.
Heirloom. Produces good yields of large 2 lb. orange-yellow beefsteak tomatoes with red and pink streaks. Very flavorful. Excellent for salads and sandwiches. Indeterminate. 85 days.
New heirloom for 2018! These open-pollinated plants with heavy foliage yield large numbers of meaty, firm, and consistently uniform fruit. It is resistant to Fusarium Wilt and tolerates hot, humid conditions. Determinate. 10-12 oz. 80 days.
Heirloom. Large harvests of 5½-inch long, pointed paste tomatoes that are very meaty with a good, rich flavor. The shape is somewhat variable—most appear like a plump banana pepper, although some may look more like an elongated pear. Indeterminate. 5 oz. 80 days.
Heirloom. Oxheart tomatoes have been popular for generations because of their excellent taste and meaty flesh with very few seeds. Hungarian Heart tomatoes are large, pink heart-shaped tomatoes with excellent flavor. Indeterminate. 1 lb. 85 days.
New heirloom for 2018! Unlimited production potential, with the growth of an indeterminate and the size of a determinate. Resistant to Verticillium Wilt, Fusarium Wilt, Alternaria Stem Canker, and Gray Leaf Spot (Stemphylium). Dwarf. Indeterminate. 5-7 oz. 68 days.
Open pollinated. The 2-inch round fruit have nearly blue skin that occurs on the portion of the fruit that is exposed to light, while the shaded portion starts out green and turns deep red when mature. Inside, the flesh reveals the same rouge tone with a superbly balanced, multi-faceted tomatoey flavor. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Isis Candy Cherry
Its golden-yellow fruit, marbled with red, contains a complex blend of richness, sweetness, and fruitiness. The plants are loaded with 1½-inch fruit on short trusses in double rows of 6 to 8. Season-long production. Open pollinated. Indeterminate. 73 days.
Great texture and sweetness of this hybrid cherry tomato, combined with uniformity of the fruit. Jasper is a high-yielding variety with fruits that stay on the vine and then hold well after ripening both on the vine and post-harvest. Vigorous vines require little or no fertilization. An added bonus is Fusarium Wilt resistance and the ability to overcome weather-related stresses. Indeterminate. 60 days.
Open pollinated., tapered, red, banana-shaped paste tomatoes. Very meaty and sweet with few seeds—great for sauces, salsas, or even eating fresh. Color is a gorgeous bright red and yield is impressive. Indeterminate. 4- to 6-inch. 90 days.
Hybrid (VF). Prolific producer of big, globe-shaped fruits that ripen all the way through. Excellent flavor with low acidity. Nice, compact habit. Indeterminate. 8-9 oz. 72 days.
Hybrid. Famous for yielding the first elongated, grape-like fruits that do not crack. Looks like a miniature Italian plum tomato but it is juicy and sweet. Clusters of unusual, sweet-flavored fruits cling to the vine longer than any other cherry tomato and resist cracking. It is not unusual to find 50 to 80 tomatoes at once on the plant. Vigorous and can bear fruit into autumn. Indeterminate. 60 days.
Kangaroo Paw Yellow
Great for containers. A later season variety with plants that are vigorous, prolific, uniform, and dwarf in habit with regular leaf foliage. The fruits are round to flattened-globe in shape, and are bright yellow in color with orange/gold shoulders. The flavor is citrus/fruity sweet with a hint of tang. Determinate. 2-8 oz. 90 days.
Heirloom. KC-146 (also known as Campbell’s 146) was developed in Riverton, NJ, by Campbell’s tomato breeder George B. Reynard and released in 1956. This variety is wilt-resistant, crack-resistant, and better flavored than other processing types. Semi-determinate. 9 oz. 69-80 days.
New heirloom for 2018! From West Virginia, named by Darrell Kellogg. Delicious rich flavor with a good acid/sugar balance. Very productive. Indeterminate. 80 days. Beefsteak.
Hybrid. Legend has shown strong tolerance of late blight fungus, so even in the most virulent areas gardeners have a great chance of harvesting ripe tomatoes. Legend produces amazingly sweet tomatoes, with just the right amount of acid flavor. The fruit are glossy red, with a uniform round shape. Determinate. 4-5”. 68 days.
New heirloom for 2018! This plant, originally from Italy, produces long (up to five inches), red, meaty paste tomatoes with few seeds, and they often have a pronounced nipple on the blossom end. Indeterminate. 6-8 oz. 80 days.
Lime Green Salad
Great for containers. Compact plants bloom with bouquet-type sprays followed by loads of small lime green tomatoes that ripen to amber. Fruit is chartreuse inside and full of juice and good, tangy flavor that is somewhat spicy. If planting in the garden, put these in front as an attractive border. Very tasty and novel variety. Determinate. 3-5 oz. 58 days.
Livingston’s Rosy Morn
New heirloom for 2018! Livingston Seed’s 1933 catalog describe it as “an early, bright rosy pink variety, with smooth and very solid, fleshy fruits that ripen evenly and are surprising free from cracks. Mild and delicious flavor, heavy yielder.” Indeterminate. 8-10 oz. 90 days.
New heirloom for 2018! Resistant to both Fusarium Wilt and cracking, the medium-sized fruit is slightly flattened and pinkish. Bred by Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, and released by the Reuter Seed Company in 1936. Indeterminate. 90 days.
Great for containers. These compact dwarf, regular leaf plants produce fruits that are a deep red with chocolate colored (yellow-skinned black) shoulders. They are medium to large in size, oblate shaped, with flesh that is very firm in texture with a rich, well balanced (sweet and slightly tart) yet intense flavor. Tree-type determinate. 5 to 20 oz. 85 days.
New heirloom for 2018! This beefsteak tomato was brought to America by a Mexican family living in the Midwest. Plants yield prolific amounts of large, pink tomatoes of that appear slightly flattened and can be irregular-shaped. Thick slices are great for sandwiches. Indeterminate. 1-2 lbs. 79 days.
Midnight Snack (AAS)
The improved taste of this indigo-type cherry tomato combined with its high levels of anthocyamin pigments make this the perfect healthy snack. The red fruit blushed with purple-black are ready to enjoy straight from the vine or in your favorite salad. Indeterminate. 1½”. 65-70 days.
Missouri Pink Love Apple
Heirloom. A big, pink, wonderfully flavored tomato that is a great producer. Grown in the Ozarks since the civil war, this tomato has stood the test of time. Indeterminate. 85 days.
These firm, sweet, dark-red grape tomatoes grow 1¼ inch long x ¾ inch wide, perfect for a healthy snack or salad. The vigorous vine that can reach 8 to 9 feet tall in a season, easily growing over the top of the cage and back down again. This makes an absolutely beautiful branch of grape tomatoes that you can lay out on a table and let folks pick their own from the stem (like grapes). Resistant to Fusarium Wilt, Alterneria Stem Canker, and Gray Leaf Spot, and Bacterial Speck. Indeterminate. 62 days.
Heirloom. Greenhouse variety that produces globes that are intensely red, smooth, and of very high quality. This variety grows well in hot humid climates and greenhouses and sets fruit in most any weather. Indeterminate. 4-6 oz. 75-80 days.
An early season hybrid grown by Jersey farmers in 1960s. Seed was off the market for a few years and Rutgers NJAES worked with Harris Seeds and Eastern Seed Services to bring it back. Indeterminate. 8 oz. 70 days.
Heirloom. Smooth, pink fruit have a delicious, rich, sweet taste. Saved by M.C. Byles in West Virginia, who sold plants for $1.00 in 1940 and paid off his mortgage. Indeterminate. 1 lb. 85 days.
Heirloom. These open-pollinated plants produce excellent tasking, juicy tomatoes that arrive early, resist cracking, and last all season. Fruits are deep red, with rich flavor and smooth globe skin. They are cold tolerant. Indeterminate. 4-6 oz. 60 days.
Heirloom. Mr. Stripey’s mild, sweet-tasting fruits have a high sugar content. Yellow covered with pinkish-red striping. Indeterminate. 1 lb. or more. 80 days.
New heirloom for 2018! Large pink fruit with small seed cavities and a flattened globe shape. This tomato is hard to find. Indeterminate. Up to 1 lb. 85 days.
Heirloom. Huge, pink fruit from Lebanon with a superb flavor with a sweet tomato taste. Good yields on vigorous plants, good tolerance to disease;. Indeterminate. 2-4 lbs. 80 days.
Patio Choice, Yellow
Hybrid. This plant is excellent for containers and small gardens. It bears prolific amounts of tomatoes on strong, compact plants that grow only 2 feet tall. Determinate. 3-4 oz. 70 days.
Patio Choice Yellow (AAS)
Great for containers. Eye-catching bright yellow fruits are as attractive to look at as they are to eat! Small, cascading plants are prolific yielders of delicious cherry-sized fruits. Great for snacking, salads, or for adding a pop of color to your favorite recipes. Determinate. 2 oz. 50-60 days.
Heirloom. This tomato’s amazing flavor has a distinctive, sweet, and smoky flavor. Originating from Russia, the fruit are a black-brick color. Named in honor of the famous opera singer and Rutgers alumni who stood up to the infamous McCarthy committee in the 1950s. Indeterminate. 7-10 oz. 90 days.
Heirloom. Beefsteak-type golden-orange fruit with low acidity. Indeterminate. 1-2 lbs. 80 days.
Heirloom. Huge, meaty, red-and-yellow streaked tomatoes with outer ribs that resemble the pineapple’s exterior. Taste is mildly sweet with low acid. Indeterminate. 1 lb. 90 days.
Hybrid. This large, juicy tomato is low acid, with good resistance to cracking and most diseases. Indeterminate. 6-8 oz. 76 days.
Most yellow tomatoes are actually orange, but this is a true yellow. Slightly flattened, beefsteak fruits ripen from yellow with green stripes to gold. Great sweet tomato flavor with a hint of citrus. Indeterminate. 8-10 oz. 75 days.
Heirloom. An early Brandywine type with large to very large fruits that are flattened and smooth and resist cracking. Vivid dark pink skin with crimson flesh. Medium tall, potato-leaf plants. Indeterminate. 1 lb. 75 days.
Heirloom. Dark purple to black, oblong-shaped tomatoes around 4 inches long. High yields. Indeterminate. 6 oz. 80 days.
Hybrid. Developed at Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station (NJAES) and released in 1968. Ramapo seed was unavailable for many years, but it is back! Semi-determinate. 8-12 oz. 80 days.
Named after the fairy tale character, due to the unique and long cascading trusses carrying up to 40 fruits that keep coming all summer long. Very flavorful, bright red cherry tomatoes make the perfect addition to salads and veggie trays. Indeterminate. ¾-1 oz. 65-70 days.
New heirloom for 2018! 2018 AAS Edible-Vegetable Winner. Cocktail tomatoes with a good acid/sugar balance. Compact determinant plants yield about 70 fruits. 1½”. 57 days.
A cross between Brandywine and Rutgers, it produces good yields of delicious dark pink medium-sized fruit. Its disease and crack resistance are inherited from the Rutgers, and the tomato's taste and texture is more like that of Brandywine. Indeterminate. 6-10 oz. 85 days.
New heirloom for 2018! These plants are superproductive, with fruit that is unusually mild and sweet with no aftertaste. It was bred at the University of California at Riverside Agricultural Experimental Station in 1937. It is smooth skinned and resistant to both Fusarium and Verticillium Wilts. Indeterminate. 3-8 oz. 95 days
This tomato is a very popular variety for paste, sauce, and canning. Compact vines can be grown in containers, yielding large harvests of pear-shaped, bright red fruit that is thick walled and solid, with few seeds and good flavor. Determinate. 3”. 78 days.
Heirloom. This Amish favorite produces large, crack resistant fruits that are meaty and dusty rose colored. Flavor is excellent and is considered by some to rival Brandywine. Indeterminate. 10 oz. 75-80 days.
Heirloom. This highly productive plant yields fruit that is good for canning, with good fresh in large red globes. This classic tomato has been used to breed many successful hybrids. Determinate. 7-8-oz. 75 days.
Rutgers Space Select
As part of a scientific study, NASA launched seeds of the famous Rutgers tomato into space in the spring of 1984. The seed orbited Earth on the Long Duration Exposure Facility for nearly six years, and today’s plants are direct descendants of those experimental seeds. Beautiful, 2-2½ inch, medium-sized slicers have a rich, robust, out of this world, tomatoey flavor and well-balanced texture. Plants produced well into the cooler days of early fall. Semi-determinate. 5-8 oz. 75 days.
Open pollinated. This plant, the latest of the Rutgers tomatoes, produces bright red fruits with heavy walls that ripen evenly from inside out. An all-purpose variety that is ideal for canning. Disease resistant. A return of the taste of the original Rutgers tomato of 1934. Semi-determinate. 7 oz. 74 days.
Heirloom. This paste tomato arrives later than the Roma, but it is full of superb flavor in slightly rectangular-shaped fruits, 3½" x 1½", that are bright red and hang in large clusters. Good for sauces and canning. Indeterminate. 4 oz. 85 days.
San Marzano Lampadina
Heirloom. An Italian standard for sauce and paste, this open-pollinated plant is a heavy producer. The fruit are long and fleshy with few seeds. Given its low water content, the fruit keep well after picking. Indeterminate. 4-8 oz. 75-85 days.
New heirloom for 2018! This hardy plant sets 2- to three-inch fruit well even in cooler temperatures and can set fruit without pollination (parthenocarpic), which means earlier and some seedless fruits. Taste is described as tart. Short bushed plant. Verticillium and Fusarium Wilt resistant. Determinate. 6-8 oz. 60-70 days.
New heirloom for 2018! Produces abundant tasty, meaty red heart-shaped fruit. Plants have a wispy-leaf foliage so they are less dense than other varieties. Determinate. Dwarf. 4-6 oz. 80 days.
Sean’s Yellow (Dwarf)
New heirloom for 2018! Great for containers. This vigorous plant produces loads of smooth, medium-sized, oblate, bright yellow juicy fruit with a pale yellow interior. It has a refreshing, bright flavor on the sweeter side. This tomato was produced in Australia from a cross between Budai Torpe and Cherokee Green in 2006. Determinate. 5-8 oz. 80 days.
New heirloom for 2018! Released by the University of Nebraska in 1944, this was the most popular tomato in Oklahoma during the 1950s. These plants that yield large crops of 2½-inch red, blemish-free tomatoes with slightly tart flavors. Produces well even in hot conditions and in dry regions. Great canning tomato and salad tomato. Semi-determinate. 6 oz. 78 days.
Sleeping Lady (Dwarf)
Great for containers. A mid-season variety that has stout, central stems, grows to just three feet tall, and has dark green, regular leaf foliage. The fruits are smooth and round to oblate in shape and ripen to a chocolate-mahogany color. Flavor is well balanced and pleasant. Very prolific. Tree-type determinate. 3-5 oz. 85 days.
Sneaky Sauce (Dwarf)
New for 2018! Meaty, slightly heart-shaped tomatoes with a fine, well-balanced, pleasant flavor. Indeterminate Dwarf. 4-6 oz. 75 days.
New heirloom for 2018! This tomato has been around for more than 50 years, producing medium to large marbled red and yellow fruit with a complex, fruity flavor—and it looks beautiful sliced. Indeterminate. 12-24 oz. 80 days.
Hybrid. Exceptionally sweet, bright tangerine-orange cherry tomatoes leave customers begging for more. Vigorous plants start yielding early and bear right through the season. Tendency to split precludes shipping, making these an exclusively fresh-market treat. The taste cannot be beat. Indeterminate. ½ oz. 55-65 days.
Hybrid. Golden cherry, orange at their peak. Very prolific producer, with less cracking than other cherries. Indeterminate. ½ oz. 75 days.
Hybrid. A very flavorful, high yielding yellow beefsteak. Indeterminate. 16 oz. 75 days.
Hybrid. Beefsteak-type tomatoes that are solid, meaty, and smooth skinned. VFN resistant and produces well into cooler weather. Indeterminate. 10 oz. 70 days.
Super Sweet 100 VF
Hybrid. As the name implies, these are very tasty cherry tomatoes that grow in long clusters. The tall, vigorous plants continue to bear until frost. Indeterminate. 1 oz. 65 days.
Hybrid. Big, red fruits with flavor, size and quality! Mid-season beauties are firm, meaty, very large and slightly oblate in shape. Excellent resistance to cracking. Plants are vigorous and disease resistant. Indeterminate. 8-12 oz. 75 days.
Hybrid. Introduced in 1980, this is the modern version of the old-fashioned beefsteak, with the imperfections removed. The fruit has the same rich flavor, but is slightly more acid, smoother, and less prone to diseases. Indeterminate. 1-2 lb. 80 days.
Very sweet red cherry (brix 13) tomato from England—even sweeter than Sun Gold and Sun Sugar. Open pollinated. Indeterminate. ½ oz. 80 days.
Hybrid. This prolific, three foot tall plants produce red fruit in clusters. A truss of these “two bite” size tomatoes is welcome next to any mixed greens salad. Very disease resistant. F1, F2, TMV. Indeterminate. ½ oz. 65-70 days.
Great for containers. A unique class of dwarf tomatoes! Sturdy, two- to three-foot plants, with dark green rugose foliage, produce large, beefsteak type fruits that ripen to a beautiful mahogany red. Delicious, well-balanced flavor and perfect for eating fresh or cooked. A cross between New Big Dwarf (an historic large-fruited pink dwarf) and Paul Robeson. Determinate. 8-12 oz. 70 days.
Tennessee Suited (Dwarf)
A vigorous, regular leaf variety that produces fruits that are a rich purple color with green stripes. They are medium-sized, smooth, oblate in shape, very juicy and tender with a delicious, well-balanced flavor that is neither too tart nor too sweet. As with any thin-skinned pink/purple variety, the fruit are somewhat prone to cracking if exposed to wet weather conditions. Determinate tree type. 4-10 oz. 80 days.
New for 2018! This compact hybrid bush variety adapts easily to hanging baskets and containers and thrives without a lot of attention. Juicy, red, cherry fruits average 1¼ inch and resist cracking even in direct sun for near-perfect yields all summer long. Determinate. 1 oz. 56 days.
Heirloom. Tasty 2-inch round fruits are bright red with orange stripes. The yields are high even in cool summers, and it starts producing very early. It also has good disease resistance. Indeterminate. 6 oz. 55-75 days.
Heirloom. A unique tomato collected in Tlacalula, Mexico; pear-shaped with deep ribs and ruffles. Mild, sweet, pink flesh with semi-hollow seed cavities and pink skin with gold-splotched shoulders. A rare tomato grown in Mexico for several generations. Indeterminate. 5-12 oz. 75-85 days.
Todd County Amish
Heirloom. This beefsteak-type tomato was handed down from an Amish family living in Minnesota and produces big, luscious dark pink tomatoes that slice well. The flavor is rich yet sweet, and the tomato interior is almost as meaty as an oxheart type. Excellent productivity. Indeterminate. 1-2 lb. 75-80 days.
Hybrid. Petite, tapered 1" fruits that resemble strawberries with more juice than some cherry tomatoes. Indeterminate. 2 oz. 60-70 days.
Tumbling Tom Red
Hybrid. Red tomato cascades to 20" or more, ideal for hanging baskets, 1-2" fruits. Determinate. 1 oz. 70 days.
Tumbling Tom Yellow
Hybrid. Yellow tomato cascades to 20" or more, ideal for hanging baskets, 1-2" fruits. Determinate. 1 oz. 70 days.
New heirloom for 2018! This 2018 AAS Edible-Vegetable winner is very sweet (Brix of 7-9) and will hold longer on the vine without cracking or losing the excellent eating quality. Pick when dark read. Prolific 1½ inch grape shape. Indeterminate. ¾ oz. 55 days.
Heirloom. These "peach" tomatoes have a light fuzz similar to a peach but produce creamy yellow, 2-inch fruits. Indeterminate. 2-4 oz. 80 days.
New heirloom for 2018! This early ripener was first offered in Junge’s 1921 catalog. The red flesh is solid with true tomato flavor. One of the finest for juice. Determinate. 8 oz. 63 days.
Heirloom. Cream-colored fruit that is bursting with fragrance and taste. Heavy yield. Indeterminate. 8 oz. 80 days.
New heirloom for 2018! These open-pollinated tomatoes are mild, sweet flavored with high sugar content. The fragrant beefsteak tomatoes are yellowish-white inside and out when matured and large on bushy, leafy plants. Indeterminate. 1-2 pounds. 90 days.
Wild Fred (Dwarf)
This open pollinated plant produces beefsteak-type fruit on a dwarf vine. The plant originated from a cross between New Big Dwarf and Carbon in 2005. The purple fruit is somewhat irregularly shaped, meaty, with an excellent flavor. Tomatoes are full flavored, a little smoky and balanced. They are juicy and aromatic when fully ripened. These seem to love the hotter months and continue solid production into September. Indeterminate Dwarf. 6-12 oz. 85 days.
Heirloom. Loaded with hundreds of small, 1-2 inch yellow pear-shaped fruit, this old-time favorite could have been found in Grandma’s garden. Indeterminate. 1 oz. 75-80 days.
AAS—All American Selection, superior garden performance judged in impartial trials in North America.
Catfacing—misshapen, deformed fruit, caused by incomplete pollination, usually due to cold weather.
Determinate—“Bush" tomatoes, varieties that grow to a compact height (generally 3'-4'). Determinates stop growing when fruit sets on the top bud. All the tomatoes from the plant ripen at approximately the same time (usually over period of 1- 2 weeks). They require a limited amount of staking for support and are well suited for container planting.
Heirloom—an open-pollinated tomato that has been grown without crossbreeding for 40 or more years whose seed grows "true to type."
Hybrid—a controlled method of pollination in which the pollen of two different species or varieties is crossed by human intervention, producing first generation offspring of two distant and distinct parental lines; any seed produced by F1 plants is genetically unstable and cannot be saved for use in following years.
Indeterminate—“Climbing” tomatoes that will grow and produce fruit until killed by frost. They can reach heights of up to 12 feet although 6 feet is normal. Indeterminates will bloom, set new fruit, and ripen fruit all at the same time throughout the season. They require substantial staking for support.
Open-pollinated—pollen is carried by natural mechanisms, like bees or wind. As long as pollen is not shared between different varieties within the same species, then the seed produced will remain true-to-type year after year.
Open Source Seed Initiative (OSSI)—An organization that developed and maintains a mechanism through which plant breeders can designate the new crop varieties they have bred as open source. This mechanism is advanced as an alternative to patent-protected seeds sold by large agriculture companies such as Monsanto or DuPont.
Potato Leaf (PL)—leaves usually have no or few interruptions of the leaf edge. Sometimes there are a few large lobes or notches, but most of the time the leaf edge is smooth.
Rugose—an often darker green puckered surfaced leaf.
VFN—Resistant to Verticillium Wilt (V), Fusarium Wilt (F), and nematodes (N).