Category: Tomato

Abe Lincoln (Red Slicer)

Rather than oblate (a flattened sphere) in shape like common beefsteak tomatoes, ‘Abraham Lincoln’ is round, solid and firm, which is why it’s such a good slicer. And unlike some heirlooms, ‘Abe Lincoln’ tomatoes can tolerate rainy weather without splitting.

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Big Rainbow (Orange Striped Beefsteak)

Big Rainbow tomatoes are large, ribbed, beefsteak tomatoes that can weigh up to 2 pounds, and over 10 centimeters in diameter. The fruit ripens to have rainbow-colored skin, with yellow and orange in the middle, green shoulders, and red marbled streaks, particularly on the blossom end. The firm, juicy flesh is golden yellow-orange, often with a distinguished red splotch at the bottom. They offer a mild, sweet fruity flavor with a nice balance of acids and sugars. The sprawling vines of the Big Rainbow tomato plant can grow more than 6 feet. It is a late but heavy producer, and is recommended for staking in order to bear the weight of the massive fruits

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Blondkompfchen (Yellow Cherry)

An heirloom tomato from eastern Germany. The name of this adorable heirloom cherry tomato means “little blonde girl”.
Our Blondkompfchen organic tomato seeds produce big, leafy, indeterminate, regular-leaf tomato plants that yield a phenomenal amount of  1/2″, grape-sized, brilliant yellow/gold, cherry tomatoes in clusters of 20-30. The vines are large and sprawling, so give them plenty of space. Blondkompfchen is undoubtedly one of the BEST TASTING cherry tomatoes. Deliciously sweet with a slight citrusy tart finish. A Non-cracking, disease resistant tomato variety that grows well in most climates including cooler growing regions.

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Blush (Yellow Striped Grape)

Excellent sweet, fruity flavor. Beautiful bright yellow tomato has red stripes that appear as blossom-end red marbling develops. Great in mixes with the other Artisan tomatoes.

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Early Girl (Red Slicer)

a medium-sized globe-type F1 hybrid popular with home gardeners because of its early ripening fruit. Early Girl is a cultivar of tomato with indeterminate growth, which means it produces flowers and fruit until it is killed by frost or another external factor.

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Green Zebra (Slicer)

The 4-5 oz fruits ripen to yellow-green with dark green stripes. Zingy, tart flavor and lots of juice. Vigorous indeterminate plants.

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Mountain Princess (Red Slicer)

[Heirloom from the Monongahela National Forest Region of WV]  Very early and productive. 4-
8 oz orange-red fruit is round, smooth, and solid, with a mild tomato flavor.  A good choice
for early season farmers markets.  Works well in containers too.

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Red Cherry

These small-fruited tomatoes are the easiest of all the tomatoes to grow. They set fruit under greater climate extremes than do large-fruited varieties, and are incredibly productive and disease resistant. Perfect snacks to enjoy while watering, weeding or walking in the garden.

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Rosella (Dwarf Patio Tomato)

Rosella Purple provides intensely flavorful fruit that rivals the top favorite Cherokee Purple, but on dwarf 3-4′ tall plants.  Easy-to-care-for sturdy, productive tomatoes, its fruit features a rich deep purple exterior and rich crimson interior. Its complex flavor is the perfect combination of sweet and tart. Rosella Purple’s 6-12 oz. fruit is adored for its dense, juicy texture. Fantastic in salads, sandwiches, salsas, sliced with a touch of basil, or on its own.

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San Marzano (Red Roma)

San Marzano Tomatoes are a plum tomato variety. They are a household name when it comes to making tomato sauce. They’re also particularly suitable for preparing peeled tomatoes, canned tomatoes, dried tomatoes, or tomato purée. In fact, skin comes off so easily from San Marzanos that they’re sometimes called, “The King of Peeled.”

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Sun Gold Cherry

One taste and you’ll know why this gold gem gets such high marks. The sweet-tart flavor is simply amazing. The beautiful golden-orange fruits are borne in large clusters. The flavor develops early, so this little tomato is great for snacking a week before full maturity, when it becomes very sweet and delicious.

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