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Tomato

So much sweeter, juicier and extra flavorful than a commercially-raised tomato, homegrown heirloom tomato seeds restore one of summer's greatest pleasures. Start a number of varieties indoors up to two months before last frost. Once in the garden give them plenty of nitrogen-rich composted manure and keep them watered. Some cherry varieties, like candy on the vine, are ready in two months or more after transplanting; bigger varieties can take up to three months before harvest. Fresh sliced, canned, or made into sauces, what could be better than a sumptuous, rich-in-sunshine tomato?

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  • Tomato, Black Krim (Organic) 1

    Black Krim (Organic)

    Full flavor and great yields! Named for the Crimean peninsula in the Black Sea.

    $3.00
  • Tomato, Amana Orange

    Amana Orange

    This bright orange beefsteak-type has a full flavor that most varieties can’t match!

    $2.25
  • Tomato, Amish Paste 1

    Amish Paste

    Delicious flesh is juicy and meaty, excellent for sauces or fresh eating off the vine.

    $3.00
  • Tomato, Aunt Ruby's Green

    Aunt Ruby’s Green (Organic)

    These wonderfully large beefsteak fruits weigh one pound or more.

    $3.00
  • Tomato, Barnes Mountain

    Barnes Mountain

    Beautiful orange fruits, with old-time flavor, are produced in abundance on tall vines.

    $2.00
  • Tomato, Big Rainbow

    Big Rainbow

    Delicious and sweet tasting! Yellow fruit has neon red stripes though the flesh.

    $2.50
  • Tomato, Bison

    Bison

    Dwarf determinate plants require no staking and yield deep red fruits.

    $2.50
  • Black Icicle Tomato

    Black Icicle

    Perfectly shaped fruits are a great variety for home gardeners and chefs.

    $3.00
  • Tomato, Brandywine 1

    Brandywine

    Named after Brandywine Creek in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Great flavor!

    $3.00
  • Tomato, Brandywine

    Brandywine (Baker Creek)

    A favorite! Brandywine yields large fruit (1 to 2 pounds) with superb flavor.

    $2.25
  • Tomato, Carbon

    Carbon

    A “Best Tasting” award winner. Fruits are dark purple, large and beautiful.

    $2.50
  • Tomato, Cherokee Purple

    Cherokee Purple (Organic)

    Very productive plants produce heavy crops of dusty rose colored fruits.

    $3.00
  • Tomato, Cherry Roma 1

    Cherry Roma

    Incredibly heavy set with 1-inch long plum-shaped fruits are great fresh or dried.

    $3.00
  • Tomato, Dr. Wyche's Yellow

    Dr. Wyche’s Yellow (Organic)

    Heavy yields of one pound, yellow-orange fruits. Meaty and rich tasting!

    $3.00
  • Tomato, German Lunchbox

    German Lunchbox

    Perfectly sized for salads or putting in a lunchbox! Fruits are delicious and sweet!

    $2.50
  • Tomato, Great White

    Great White

    One of our favorites! Large, one pound fruits are so good and deliciously juicy.

    $2.50
  • Tomato, Green Grape 1

    Green Grape

    A selection made from Thomas Wagner’s Thompson Seedless Grape.

    $3.00
  • green-sausage-tomato

    Green Sausage

    Beautiful yellow fruits with olive colored stripes are perfect for sauces.

    $3.00
  • Tomato, Green Zebra

    Green Zebra

    Very productive plants yield olive yellow fruits with deep green zebra stripes.

    $3.00
  • Tomato, Ivory Pear 1

    Ivory Pear

    Small fruits are ivory-cream in color, shaped like little pears and very tasty.

    $2.50
  • Tomato, Martino's Roma

    Martino’s Roma (Organic)

    A mild-flavored Italian variety that’s well suited for making sauces and salsas.

    $3.00
  • Tomato, Mexico Midget

    Mexico Midget (Organic)

    Prolific plants continue producing throughout the entire growing season.

    $3.00
  • Tomato, Omar's Lebanese

    Omar’s Lebanese

    A rare variety from Lebanon that produces large, delicious fruits — up to 4 lbs.

    $2.50
  • Tomato, Pineapple

    Pineapple

    A great slicer! Large yellow fruits with red streaks have excellent flavor.

    $2.50
  • Tomato, Rutgers 1

    Rutgers

    Heavy yields of large 8 oz globes that are good for fresh eating or canning.

    $2.50
  • Tomato, Stupice

    Stupice (Organic)

    One of four varieties originally sent to the U.S. from Czechoslovakia.

    $3.00
  • thessaloniki-tomato

    Thessaloniki

    A popular Greek variety that was introduced to the USA in the 1950s.

    $2.50
  • Tomato, Tigerella 1

    Tigerella

    Tasty, round fruits are bright red with orange stripes and very beautiful.

    $2.00