days. Indeterminate. This heirloom tomato variety can grow to over 1
pound fruits and are delicious. They have brilliant, neon-green flesh
with a strong, sweet, and fruity flavor, much tastier than most red
tomatoes. This family heirloom from Germany is beautiful.
85 days. Stunning, perfectly
shaped, deep purplish-brown fruit that are almost black. A great
variety for both home gardeners and chefs. This paste-type tomato looks
like a Roma tomato but has the taste profile of a Beefsteak tomato,
with sweet, rich, and earthy flavors.
days. This Oxheart type Italian heirloom has been a favorite in Italy
for many years. Beautiful 12-oz. fruit have a delicious sweet taste;
similar to the shape of a heart; great for fresh eating or cooking.
Large vigorous vines.
days. Determinate. Here is a stunning tomato, an elongated paste
tomato that is creamy white to pale yellow in color. The sweet flavor
should be a hit with gourmet chefs. Bushy plants are quite productive.
Great for containers.
80-85 days. Indeterminate. Produces large, up to 1-lb, creamy white fruit, this tomato is wonderful. The medium-tall plants are less viney and mature earlier than other white heirloom tomato varieties.
is a stunning bicolor beefsteak tomato, excellent for slicing. These
hefty, yellow-gold 1 pound tomatoes are streaked with red on the blossom
end. Hillbilly is sweet and juicy, great for slicing.
Heavy production means it needs sturdy staking.
days. Indeterminate. This famous tomato has almost a cult following
among seed collectors and tomato connoisseurs. They simply cannot get
enough of this variety's amazing flavor that is so distinctive, sweet
and smokey. 7-10 oz. fruit are a black-brick color. Named in honor of Paul Robeson, an equal rights advocate. This Russian heirloom was lovingly named in his honor. As
this tomato variety originates from Russia, and sets fruits at lower
temps, it is an excellent choice for cooler growing regions.
80days. Indeterminate. Plant produces high yields of large 4" long purplish-black plum tomatoes. Delicious purplish, egg-shaped fruit are smooth and perfect. This
variety will make market gardeners and chefs happy, as this Ukrainian
heirloom is at the top of its class and a favorite of our grower. The
plants are very productive; fruit weigh about 6 ounces.
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