Tomato Plants

Hybrid Slicers

  • Abraham Lincoln – Beautiful dark red fruits, sweet, solid and meaty. Ideal for ketchup, juice or slicing. Indeterminate.
  • Ball’s Beefsteak – Big red, beefsteak type, 10 to 14 ounce fruits with uniform shoulder color. Luscious fruits have a delicious old-fashioned tomato flavor, perfect for sandwiches. Compact plants, with very short internodes, are excellent producers and easy to manage. Crack resistant. Indeterminate
  • Better Boy – Extremely flavorful with brilliant scarlet skin and flesh that’s juicy yet firm. Indeterminate.
  • Better Bush – This is a great choice that bears sizeable fruits on a very compact plant that works well in containers and small gardens. Especially strong, bushy plants bear truly tasty, medium-sized tomatoes great for sandwiches and slicing. Determinate.
  • BHN 589 – Bred for great flavor, it also boasts a complete disease-resistance package including crack-tolerance and offers very high yields. Large to extra-large attractive fruit have real tomato taste. Determinate.
  • Big Boy Hybrid – Smooth, blemish-free and uniformly round with thick meaty flesh. Indeterminate.
  • Celebrity – Incredible set of flavorful, firm fruit on strong vines with good cover and disease resistance. Determinate.
  • Champion II Hybrid – Same desireable qualities and flavor of the original Champion tomato with even more disease resistance. Indeterminate.
  • Early Girl – One of the earliest slicing varieties. Red fruits average 4-6oz, slightly flattened. Indeterminate Hybrid.
  • Jet Star – Early, compact, good flavor and crack free. Large globe shaped fruit. Indeterminate.
  • Mountain Delight – Developed at NC State University. Plants are compact with high yields. Determinate.
  • Mountain Fresh – This is one of the most sought after Mountain varieties. Larger than Mt. Delight. Determinate.
  • Mountain Spring – Tomatoes are 8 to 10 ounces, bright red throughout, and resistant to cracking and blossom-end rot. Texture is firm, but softens upon ripening and the flavor is mild. Determinate.
  • Patio – 70 days. Plant produces large yields of 2″ round red tomatoes. Excellent for small gardens or containers. Great for school projects. Kids love them. Determinate.
  • Torero – This is a large beefsteak tomato, excellent fruit quality and shelf life. This variety maintains good size even during the extremities of weather. Performs exceptionally well under extreme summer weather conditions such as high temperatures or humidity. Indeterminate.

Cherry

  • Black Cherry – High yields of black cherry tomatoes. Cherry tomato with classic black tomato flavor. Indeterminate Heirloom.
  • Green Grape – Short, compact plants yield 3/4 – 1″ fruit. Full of flavor, sweet and juicy, a real taste treat. Determinate Heirloom.
  • Indigo Cherry Drop – This tomato has dark blue anthocyanin coloration and red flesh, and is a vigorous vine. Clusters of 1-2oz. fruit. Indeterminate.
  • Jelly Bean Grape – Charming, grape-like fruits are aptly named for their bite-sized sweetness and intense red color. Indeterminate Heirloom.
  • Juliet – Holds on the vine with less cracking than any other cherry tomato. Indeterminate Hybrid.
  • Matt’s Wild Cherry – Produces good yields of small 1/2″ cherry tomatoes. These small cherry tomatoes are very sweet. Excellent for salads, salsa and fresh eating. A variety from Mexico. Indeterminate Heirloom.
  • Mexico Midget – Round 1/2″ fruits give an incredible flash of rich tomato flavor, great for salads or selling in pints. Indeterminate Heirloom.
  • Red Current – Big bold plants produce masses of teeny tiny fruit; and what flavor! Indeterminate Heirloom.
  • Snow White – Delightful ivory-colored cherry tomatoes ripen to pale yellow and are deliciously sweet. Indeterminate Heirloom.
  • Sprite – Produces large numbers of grape tomatoes with refreshingly sweet flavors. Determinate Heirloom.
  • Sun Gold – A  positively luscious, bite-size golden beauty overflowing with an abundance of fruits. Very early. Indeterminate Hybrid.
  • Sun Sugar – Same excellent flavor as Sungold, but the fruits are much less prone to splitting. Indeterminate Hybrid.
  • Super Sweet 100 65 Days – Huge, multiple-branched clusters of very sweet fruit with high vitamin C content. Indeterminate Hybrid.
  • Tumbling Tom – Plant puts big handfuls of luscious Red or Yellow Cherries right at eye level! This lovely “edible ornamental” is just perfect for hanging baskets, window boxes and tall containers where you want to show off the color and vigor of your favorite tomato! Determinate.
  • Yellow Pear 78 Days – Vines produce high yields of 2″ yellow-skinned, pear-shaped fruits with few seeds. Indeterminate Heirloom.

Sauce / Paste

  • Amish Paste – Bright red 8-12oz fruits vary in shape from oxheart to rounded plum. Delicious flesh is juicy and meaty, excellent for sauce or fresh eating. Indeterminate Heirloom.
  • Big Mama – Plant produces heavy yields of 5″ long by 3″ wide red plum shaped tomatoes. They are very flavorful, very meaty and have very few seeds. This variety is easy to peel and core. One of the best varieties for making Italian sauce, soups and salsa. Indeterminate.
  • Roma – Most well known paste-type perfect for sauces, pastes and ketchup. Determinate.
  • San Marzano – From Italy, compact and prolific producer of bright-red, slim 2-3″ fruit over season. A paste tomato with heavy walls and little juice. Crack resistant. Indeterminate.

Heirloom Slicers

  • Arkansas Traveler – Hailing from the Ozark Mountains, these plants produce rich flavorful tomatoes. Deep pink when ripe, the round 6-8oz fruits are a balance of sweetness and tartness. Indeterminate.
  • Big Zac – Plant produces good yields of very large 6lb size tomatoes. Indeterminate.
  • Black Krim – Fruits are a dark, deep red with heavy green shoulders. Interior is a deep, reddish-green color. Indeterminate.
  • Brandywine – Vigorous plants look like potato vines. Rose-pink fruits up to 1 1/2lb. Indeterminate.
  • Carbon – Winner of the 2005 “Heirloom Garden Show” best tasting tomato award. The fruit are smooth, large, and beautiful, being one of the darkest of the purple types. Indeterminate.
  • Cherokee Carbon – A gorgeous dusky purple beefsteak with rich complex flavor. Makes one of the most delicious tomato sandwiches you’ll ever taste. Plants can get tall, so support them with strong stakes or sturdy cages. Indeterminate.
  • Cherokee Chocolate – A stabilized version of Cherokee Purple, the mahogany-colored variety has excellent flavor and beautiful large fruit. Indeterminate.
  • Cherokee Purple – Thin skin and soft flesh, somewhat perishable, but delicious when eaten quickly. Indeterminate.
  • Green Zebra – A beauty, with exquisite emerald green skin, dark green vertical stripes and gently flavorful green flesh. High-yielding plants produce oodles of 1.5-2.5″ fruits. Indeterminate
  • Italian Red Pear – Plant produces high yields of 6 to 12 oz. red pear shaped tomatoes. They are very sweet and flavorful. Perfect for making Italian tomato sauce and paste. Excellent choice for home gardens. A variety from Italy. Indeterminate.
  • Japanese Black Trifele – This short potato leaf plant yields prolific quantities of 6oz. fruit that looks like a beautiful mahogany-colored bartlett pear. A work of art sliced out on a plate and a wonderful flavor that possesses extraordinary rich and complex flavors. Resistant to cracking. Indeterminate.
  • Kellog’s Breakfast – Pale-orange fruits are solid and meaty throughout, packed with mild, superb-tasting flesh. Indeterminate.
  • Mexico – These plants grow tall and steadily produce good amounts of large dark pink fruits. Not watery like some beefsteaks.
  • Mortgage Lifter – Developed in the 1930’s by M.C. Byles in Logan, West Virginia to help pay his home mortgage off. Indeterminate.
  • Nebraska Wedding – Produces huge, globe-shaped fruits of a deep orange color, weighing up to 10oz each. Determinate.
  • Orange Oxheart – Strong vines that yield large 3″, golden-orange, oxheart-shaped fruits. Meaty, with well-balanced flavor. Tremendous eye appeal. Indeterminate.
  • Oxheart – Plant produces good yields of 1lb. red tomatoes. These heart shaped tomatoes are sweet, juicy and very flavorful. Perfect for salads and making tomato sauce. Excellent choice for home gardens. Indeterminate.
  • Persimmon Orange – Produces 1-2lb golden-orange tomatoes. Mild sweet flavor, are meaty and few seeds. Determinate.
  • Pineapple – extra large 2lb yellow tomatoes with red streaks. Very flavorful and abundant all season. Indeterminate.
  • Rutgers – All-purpose variety, ideal for canning. Ripens evenly from inside out. Disease resistant. Indeterminate.
  • Wapsipinicon Peach – A two bite tomato with an unbelievably delicious nectar-like juicy flavor. Named for a river in northeastern Iowa this tomato produces a plentiful supply of light yellow fruits with tinges of pink and a touch of fuzzy peach like skin. Best eaten fresh, rather than canned. Indeterminate.
  • Taxi – The best tomato variety for an early, lemon-yellow tomato. Very popular compact, bushy plants yield 4-6oz. meaty, uniformly-found, delicious bright yellow tomatoes that are very sweet (almost acid free). Determinate.

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