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Heirloom Tomato Seeds

Tomato Varieties


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Cherokee Purple

Origin: Cherokee Nation, Tennessee, USA. Type: Beefsteak.

Pre-1890 heirloom, open-pollinated variety with a unique purple-rose color. The flavor has been described as both sweet and smoky, and definitely rivals the Brandywine as my favorite tomato. Productive plants produce large crops of 8-16 oz. fruits. One past summer (2008) I had only one Cherokee Purple in an 18-inch pot on my deck. That plant produced 36 tomatoes with no tending other than water. Very productive. Stake this vigorous plant well. 75+ Seeds

Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 80 days from transplant.
2014 Seeds, 85% Germination


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Black Krim

Origin: Crimea, Ukraine. Type: Beefsteak.

Also known as the Black Crimson or Black Crim. Heirloom variety originally from the Isle of Krim, which is located on the Black Sea in the former Soviet Union. This rare and outstanding tomato yields 3” -4" mahogany-colored fruit (10-12 oz.) with deep green shoulders. Very richly flavored with a touch of saltiness. It tends to crack a bit but sets fruit well in warm, humid weather. Perfect for the Midwest and South. 75+ Seeds

Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 75-85 days from transplant.
2014 Seeds, 85% Germination


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Pink Brandywine

Origin: USA. Type: Beefsteak.

The Brandywine is considered by many gardeners to be the best-tasting tomato available. I have to agree, although the yellow version is my personal favorite. This “potato leaf” variety is an old Amish heirloom dating back to the mid 1800’s. Beautiful, smooth pink fruit weighing up to 1½ pounds. Purported to have originated in Ohio, from Indiana and Pennsylvania roots. 75+ Seeds

Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 80 days from transplant.
2013 Seeds, 85% Germination



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Yellow Brandywine

Origin: USA. Type: Beefsteak.

My personal favorite due to the citrus-like flavor, creamy texture, and stunning appearance.  This “potato leaf” variety is an old Amish heirloom dating back to the mid 1800’s. These smooth yellow fruit weighing up to 1½ pounds really add nice color to the garden. Purported to have originated in Ohio from Indiana and Pennsylvania roots. 75+ Seeds

Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 80 days from transplant.
2013 Seeds, 85% Germination



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Mortgage Lifter

Origin: WV, USA. Type: Beefsteak

This tomato has the distinction of having the best “story” in its relatively short history. The Mortgage Lifter tomato was developed in the early 1930's in Logan, West Virginia by a radiator repairman, M.C. "Radiator Charlie" Byles. Without any experience in breeding tomatoes he made a successful cross of four of the largest tomatoes he could find - German Johnson, Beefsteak, an Italian variety, and an English variety. Byles is rumored to have sold the seedlings of his new tomato plant to customers who drove up to 200 miles, and paid $1 each, for his famous plants. With these sales Charlie managed to pay off his $6,000 mortgage in only six years, and thus the tomato was named Mortgage Lifter.

This large, meaty, mild-flavored tomato has few seeds and is the perfect sandwich tomato. The fruit can average over 2 pounds, and 4-pounders are not unusual. My personal best is 3.1 pounds. Brilliant pink-red flesh, delicious flavor. 75+ Seeds

Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 80 days from transplant.
2014 Seeds, 90% Germination



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Belgium Giant

Origin: OH, USA.

An heirloom variety from Ohio dating back to the1930’s, although its name and shape suggests roots in the old Belgian ribbed tomatoes. Plants produce large quantities of huge fruit; with some as large as five pounds (my personal best is 3.3 pounds). Tomatoes are very sweet, meaty, and turn dark pink when mature. A low-acidity tomato that is excellent for salads, sandwiches, and canning. The pink skin occurs as the result of clear skin over red flesh, while most red tomatoes have a yellow skin over red flesh. 75+ Seeds

Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 85 days from transplant
2014 Seeds, 85% Germination


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Beefsteak

This tomato is the mutt of American tomato varieties. Also known as the “Red Ponderosa” and “Crimson Cushion” this variety is considered THE original heirloom beefsteak tomato. An old time favorite that has been popular since the mid 1800’s due to its excellent productivity and wonderful taste. The fruits are large (12 to 16 oz.), slightly ribbed, scarlet in color, juicy, and with few seeds. This tomato’s excellent taste and meaty flesh make it an ideal tomato for eating fresh, or for cooking and canning. 75+ Seeds

Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 85 days from transplant.
2014 Seeds, 85% Germination


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Chocolate Cherry

Origin: USA. Type: Cherry 

These highly-productive plants produce 1” fruit throughout the summer. Dark red in color, sweet and smoky in taste, this cherry makes a beautiful addition to any salad. Many people believe this is the best-tasting cherry tomato on the market. 30+ Seeds

Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 70 days from transplant.
2014 Seeds, 85% Germination




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Roma VF

Origin: Italy. Type: Paste/Sauce 

This variety is a meaty, egg-or-pear-shaped tomato that has few seeds and is perfect for canning and sauces. While the Roma is an open pollinated variety, it is generally not considered an heirloom tomato due to its commercial uses. It has been improved over time to the point that vines are now fusarium wilt and verticillium resistant (this accounts for the “VF” in the name). If you do any canning, or make your own spaghetti sauce, this variety is a must. 300+ Seeds

Determinate, Open-Pollinated, 80 days from transplant.
2014 Seeds, 85% Germination



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Yellow Pear

Origin: USA. Type: Salad 

A delightful little pear-shaped yellow tomato that is rich in vitamins and antioxidants. The beautiful color and unusual shape make it a great addition to summer salads. These tasty little tomatoes are extremely prolific and grow quite tall, so stake well. Please note- the taste of the Yellow Pear improves significantly as the season progresses. Make sure you wait until they are fully-ripened before harvesting. 75+ Seeds

Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 70 days from transplant.
2014 Seeds, 85% Germination


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German Johnson

Origin: Carolinas

 
A popular heirloom variety from the Carolinas and one of the original parent-lines of the Mortgage Lifter. Highly prized for its pinking-red fruit, large size, and scarcity of seeds, the German Johnson can grow to 1 1/2 pounds. Great for slicing, canning, or in sauces. This highly-productive variety is somewhat disease resistant. 75+ Seeds

Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 77 days from transplant.


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Pink Oxheart

Origin: USA


This prolific producer has been around for years. Large (1-2+ pounds) heart-shaped fruit that ripen 75 days after planting. This tomato is quite firm, has a meaty texture, and is great for slicing. 75+ Seeds

Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 75 days from transplant.

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Rutgers

 

This old favorite was introduced in 1934 as a cross between the “Marglobe” and “JTD” varieties. Known for having thick walls and a resistance to cracking. 75+ Seeds

 

Semi-Determinate, Open-Pollinated, 75 days from transplant.





Paul Robeson Organic

Origin: Russia

I have been growing this variety for many years and consider it to be my favorite. Plants are very productive and produce 6 oz. to 1 lb. fruit. The taste is a delicious, smokey flavor. It is the best salad tomato available, in my opinion, and never disappoints. 30+ Seeds


Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 70 days from transplant.
2014 Seeds, 85% Germination






Mr. Stripey


Origin: USA. Type: Beefsteak. 

This variety has become more popular over the past 10 years due to its unusual look and low acidity. As the name implies, the fruit are striped with orange and pink colors. 8oz. to 2 lbs.
75+ Seeds


Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 70 days from transplant.
2014 Seeds, 85% Germination







Rozovyi Myod "Siberian Pink Honey"


Origin: Russia 


This is an extremely rare variety!

Last fall I received 10 Siberian Pink Honey seeds from a family friend in Omsk, Russia (Siberia). He told me that this is the best Siberian heirloom variety available, and that the fruit grow to a very large size. He also said that the seed is virtually impossible to find. I now understand why.

I started the 10 seeds in late March, along with over 900 other tamato plants (27 varieties), and quickly discovered that the Pink Honey's were the first to germinate, and the fastest growers. Within a few weeks they were 3" taller than any other variety.

I planted the 10 plants on May 25th and had excellent fruit-set within 3 weeks. They seemed to explode out of the ground in the early cool weather. I was harvesting tomatoes in early July, which is unheard of in this part of Ohio. We never harvest tomatoes before August 1st.

Now on to the fruit. I HAVE NEVER GROWN TOMATO PLANTS THAT GROW SUCH HUGE FRUIT. They are oxheart-shaped, many over 2 pounds, with very few seeds. In fact, I would say they are the meatiest I have ever grown, with a delicious fruity taste. They are not acidic or sour.

I have thus far (through August 18th) picked 120 pounds of tomatoes from 10 plants and I still have 30-60 pounds to harvest. Unfortunately for me, as a seed grower, 120 pounds of fruit has only yielded 1 oz. of seed. I could have sold the fruit for $360 at the market! I now undertsand now why the seed is so rare. 20+ Seeds

Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 48 days from transplant.
2014 Seeds, 90% Germination




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Purple Russian- Organic

Origin: Ukraine Type: Sauce/Salad

This variety is a BIG producer- I've had individual plants yield
30 pounds of fruit. Although they look like a Roma variety, they taste like an heirloom.

Fruit average about 4" in length and have a strong, smokey flavor. Very resistant to cracking and performs well in hot or cool conditions. The fruit rarely have any flaws, which makes them a great choice for the market. 50+ Seeds

Grown by my good friend Larissa in New Albany, OH. Watered with rain only.

Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 55-67 days from transplant.
2014 Seeds, 95% Germination





Carbon- Organic

Origin: USA

I decided to grow this variety after reading several articles rating it the best-tasting tomato variety available. The kudos are well deserved. This is one of the tastiest varieties I have ever grown and the plants are quite productive. Tomatoes range from
4 oz. to 1 lb. Sweet, smokey taste. 25+ Seeds

Grown by my good friends Tom and Sarah Murphy near Butler, OH. Watered with rain and spring water only.

Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 66 days from transplant.
2014 Seeds, 95% Germination







Orange Kentucky Beefsteak- Organic


Origin: KY, USA. Type: Beefsteak

I grew this variety for the first time this year and was really, really impressed. I like fruity tomatoes, and this variety offers a delicious mango-like taste. Far more sweet than acidic. Not many seeds , not much juice, just meat. Outstanding!

This may be the largest average-size tomato I have ever grown. Most of the fruit were in the 1 to 2-pound range, with one reaching almost 3 pounds.

Grown at my parent's house in Blacklick, OH. That's my son in the picture hoisting the big ones. 25+ Seeds

Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 72 days from transplant.





Roman Candle

Large yields of 3"-4" neon-yellow, banana-shaped tomatoes. This variety is great for paste, salsa, or storage. Has a sweet taste, relatively dry, with few seeds. 30+ Seeds

Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 80 days from transplant.





Hillbilly

Origin: OH, USA. Type: Beefsteak

This is one heck to a tomato variety! Huge, tri-colored tomatoes that can reach
2 pounds. This is an heirloom beefsteak variety with orange-yellow-red flesh that originated in southern Ohio. 30+ Seeds

Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 85 days from transplant.





Pineapple

Origin: USA. Type: Beefsteak

This is my first year growing this variety and was very happy with the results. The fruit are a beautiful, pink-yellow color, with vertical stripes forming as they ripen. I averaged about 20-pounds per plant and most fruit were in the 1-
2 pound range. The fruit are sweet and meaty, with few seeds. 30+ Seeds

 Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 80 days from transplant.
2014 Seeds, 85% Germination





Amurskij Tigr (Amur Tiger)- Organically Grown

Origin: Russia Type: Cherry/Salad 

This cherry variety produces unique, yellow-striped fruit on a semi-determinate vine. The fruit are quite juicy, possess nice flavor, and range in size from a large marble to a ping pong ball. Unique appearance makes it a real eye-catcher.

The plants are compact, easy to stake, and quite productive for their size. 20+ Seeds 

60 daysOpen-Pollinated, Semi-Determinate
2014 Seeds, 90% Germination


 




Russian Queen- Organically Grown

Origin: Russia  Type: Salad 


This rare variety is not sold anywhere in the U.S., according to our Google searches.

The most productive tomato variety we have ever grown at over 20 pounds per plant (through 9/5/2012). The iridescent-yellow striping on the fruit make this a striking addition to your dinner table.  It's unusual appearance also made it a fast-seller at our farm market. Has a full tomato-flavor, unlike most striped varieties. Golf ball-size fruit that are slightly elongated.

The plant is fast-growing, upright, and requires heavy-duty staking. Our plants were 6' tall by July 1st and already loaded with fruit. You won't find a more vigorous tomato variety. 25+ Seeds 

72 days, Open-Pollinated, Indeterminate
2014 Seeds, 90% Germination








Mr. Bruno- Organically Grown


Origin: Australia

This is our first year growing this rare Australian variety and we are quite impressed with both its flavor and production.

The plants produce loads of 4-8 ounce fruit that mature to a deep-red color. The fruit are slightly ribbed, quite juicy, and exquisitely flavored. Our first fruit ripened by mid July, and we continue to harvest them by the bucket-load. As of today (9/5/2012) our 7 plants have produced 108 pounds of tomatoes, and I would expect another 5 pounds per plant before the season ends.

The plants are compact, dark green in color, and seem to resist disease well. It can also be said that they do quite well in hot weather as we here in Ohio experienced our hottest summer since the 1930's.

Certainly one of the 2 or 3 best-tasting tomatoes we have ever grown. An absolute MUST for the tomato connoisseur.

This variety is said to have been developed by an Italian farmer, Mr. Bruno, who moved to Australia during the 1950's.

20+ Seeds 

73 days, Open-Pollinated, Indeterminate
2014 Seeds, 85% Germination






Pertsewidnij Schelmij "Gold Pepper-Shaped"


2012 was our first year growing this rare variety after receiving seeds from a friend in Europe.

This vigorous variety produces loads of bizarre-looking 4" gold fruit. They are irregular in size and shape, but absolutely delicious. Incredibly sweet- the taste reminds me more of a tropical fruit, like papaya, than a tomato. 

20+ Seeds
 


66 Days, Open-Pollinated, 

Indeterminate
2014 Seeds, 85% Germination

 






Strawberry- Organically Grown

Origin: Germany

We received seeds for this variety from a friend in Europe. It came highly recommended and did not disappoint!!

One of the most vigorous varieties we have grown. Large, unwieldy plants that produce large numbers of 1+ pound pink fruit. They are very meaty, with few seeds or gel, and tend to be heart-shaped. Great flavor. 

The plant is fast-growing, upright, and requires heavy-duty staking. Consistently produces big fruit all season long. 

We an amazing 22 pounds per plant. 20+ Seeds 

70 days, Open-Pollinated, Indeterminate
2014 Seeds, 90% Germination






Lehrertomate "Teacher Tomato"- Organically Grown

This rare German variety yields huge, beefsteak-type slicers that are absolutely delicious. The fruit are meaty, with few seeds, and are slightly ribbed. We grew only 4 plants this year and harvested nearly 50 pounds. 8 fruit weighed over 1.5 pounds, with the largest reaching 2.1 pounds. We will continue to grow this wonderful variety in the coming years, but our seed supply is limited this year. 20+ Seeds

66 Days, Open-Pollinated, 

Indeterminate
2013 Seeds, 85% Germination

Lehrer means "teacher" in German. 

 





Sacharnaja Sliva Malinovaja- Raspberry-Colored Sugarplum

Origin: Estonia

This rare variety comes to us from eastern Europe and is not available from any other seed retailer (to the best of our knowledge). This is our first year growing Raspberry and it definitely is a keeper. Our hot summer here in Ohio did not seem to affect this variety.
Vigorous, sprawling plants produce large numbers of plum-shaped tomatoes. The fruit are dark-pink, quite juicy, and sweet. Try them , you will like them. 
20+ Seeds

Open-Pollinated, 

Indeterminate, 72 Days
2014 Seeds, 85% Germination






Black Cherry

Origin: Russia

You will love this delicious variety for a number of reasons. First, it is one of the most prolific cherry varieties on the market. Second, it is as disease-resistant as any cherry variety available. Third, it is incredibly vigorous and continues to produce right up to the first frost. And finally, it may be the best-tasting cherry available with a rich, full flavor. 30+ Seeds

Indeterminate, Open-Pollinated, 63 Days
2014 Seeds, 85% Germination





Azoychka

Origin: Russia

This is a rare, and very productive, heirloom variety beefsteak tomato. You can expect large numbers of 3" yellow fruit weighing between 8 and 12 ounces. Not as acidic as most yellow varieties, it delivers a delicious sweet, citrus taste. 30+ Seeds

Open-Pollinated, Indeterminate, 68 Days
2013 Seeds, 80% Germination






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Principe Borghese

Origin: Italy

This Tuscan heirloom variety is known as the best drying tomato due to its unique ability to maintain its flavor after being dehydrated. The short, determinate plants produce loads on 1 to 2 ounce fruit. Also renowned as a great sauce tomato or for eating fresh in a salad. 75+ Seeds

Open-Pollinated, Determinate, 78 Days
2014 Seeds, 85% Germination






Costoluto Fiorentino

Origin: Italy

Italians consider this to be one of the best-tasting tomatoes available anywhere in the world. The incredibly rich flavor the of these deeply-ribbed tomatoes make them great for slicing or preparing traditional Italian sauces. Fruit average about 8 ounces. 50+ Seeds

Open-Pollinated, Indeterminate, 80 Days
2014 Seeds, 85% Germination






Japanese Trifele Black

Origin: Russia

This highly-prized variety is native to Russia (contrary to the name), where it is considered one of the best-tasting tomatoes available. The plants are rather compact, potato-leaf, and produce loads of 4-7 ounce fruit throughout the season. The mahogany-colored, pear-shaped fruit have a rich flavor with a meaty texture. 30+ Seeds  

Open-Pollinated, Indeterminate, 75 Days
2014 Seeds, 85% Germination





Tatjana

This lovely little plant produces loads of golf ball-size fruits and grows to 3 or 5 feet in height. It's quite compact, has sturdy vines, and grows quite uniformly. It is a very attractive plant.

This is my first year growing Tatjana and I am quite impressed by the yield of tomatoes in such a small space. I think it would make a great container variety.

The fruit are rich, juicy, and delicious. We received seeds for this variety from a friend in Europe who had high praise for Tatjana's flavor. It's an early variety that just seems to keep producing.

These seeds were organically-grown. Only rainwater was used as we had a damp summer here in Ohio.

Quite resistant to fungus.

64 days, Open-Pollinated, Indeterminate, 20+ Seeds
2014 Seeds, 95% Germination





Tsunami

This rare variety produces beautiful, regular fruit that average between 4 and 8 ounces. The tomatoes are sweet, rich, and meaty. Plants grow to a medium height (5-6 feet) and are quite dense with foliage. Seems to resist disease well.

This is my first year growing Tsunami and I have received rave reviews from those who love sweet tomatoes. This variety comes from Russia but probably has its origins in Japan

These seeds were organically-grown. Only rainwater was used for irrigation as we had a damp summer here in Ohio.

65 days, Open-Pollinated, Indeterminate, 30+ Seeds
2014 Seeds, 95% Germination





Cyril's Choice

Origin: England

Over the years I have received emails from people asking why I don't carry Cyril's Choice. This year I decided it was time to give this highly-praised variety a go. I will never grow another garden without it.

This little determinate variety is amazing. The plants are dense, green, and reach a height of about four feet. The leaves are quite broad, almost like a potato-leaf variety, and really present an attractive look. It's one heck of an attractive plant.

You better stake them well as they produce a TON of fruit. The tomatoes are golfball size-and have a rich, full flavor. I would rank it as one of the best-tasting varieties I have ever grown. If you don't like it, you get your money back!

67 days, Open-Pollinated, Semi-Determinate, 20+ Seeds

2014 Seeds, 95% Germination




Korol Sibiri


Origin: Russia

I received seeds last year from a friend in Europe who grows this rare, Russian variety that orginates from Siberia. The name means "King of Siberia" in Russia.

Large, yellow, heart-shaped fruit with light-green shoulders average 12-16 ounces, although a few were close to 1.5 pounds. I would describe the taste as rich and slightly sweet, with a meaty texture (very few seeds). I simply love them! They are also quite unusual looking.

These seeds were organically-grown. Only rainwater was used for irrigation as we had a damp summer here in Ohio.

76 days, Open-Pollinated, Indeterminate, 20+ Seeds

2014 Seeds, 95% Germination





Super Snow White

I grew this variety for the first time this year after receiving seeds from a fellow grower. I really liked the results.

The fruit range in size from a quarter to a golf ball. The flesh is tender, juicy, and very sweet. Color ranges from pale white to a light yellow. The add an interesting color contrast in the garden, and to the dinner plate.

The plants are typical of most other cherry varieties in that they tend to grow long, prolific vines. I expect my yields to average over 15 pounds per plant.

These seeds were organically-grown. Only rainwater was used for irrigation as we had a damp summer here in Ohio.

73 days, Open-Pollinated, Indeterminate, 50+ Seeds

2014 Seeds, 90% Germination





Black Brandywine

These plants produce beautiful, 12-16 ounce fruit that are simply a culinary delight! Tangy, sweet, and smokey.

Brandywines have a reputation for producing lower than average yields, but I had excellent success with this strain. Plants grow quite large so be prepared to stake them well- they can easily reach 8' in height.

These seeds were organically-grown. Only rainwater was used for irrigation as we had a damp summer here in Ohio.

78 days, Open-Pollinated, Indeterminate, 20+ Seeds

2014 Seeds, 95% Germination






Watermelon

I grew this variety for the first time this year and loved the results! This potato-leaf variety produces large yields of 1 to 2 pound fruit. Great beefsteak texture, slightly ribbed, very meaty, with few seeds. Deep-red color with tinges of pink and green. Some of the fruit actually resemble a watermelon!

These seeds were organically-grown. Only rainwater was used for irrigation as we had a damp summer here in Ohio.

80 days, Open-Pollinated, Indeterminate, 25+ Seeds

2014 Seeds, 90% Germination






Indigo Rose

I grew this variety for the first time this year. All I can say is wow!

This bizarre-looking variety has a place in my garden from this point forward. The plant has a purple/green hue, and the fruit are dark purple in color averaging about an inch in diameter. Slicing a ripe fruit yields a light pink interior.

Most fruit tend to be purple on the top-half, while the bottom-half changes from green to pink as they ripen. The flavor changes from tart to sweet as they ripen.

Their appearence is nothing short of stunning- my wife wondered if they were real tomatoes when I brought in the first harvest of the season. She immediately took pictures and sent them to her friends (just look at the picture!). And the kids simply can't keep their hands off them.

Add these to a salad and you'll definitely start a conversation!

These seeds were organically-grown. Only rainwater was used for irrigation as we had a damp summer here in Ohio.

65 days, Open-Pollinated, Indeterminate, 25+ Seeds

2014 Seeds, 95% Germination







Copper River

I received Copper River seeds last year from a friend in Europe. She thought it was a nice, large beefsteak variety that would satisfy American tastes. I must agree!.

I grew this variety for the first time this year and loved the results. This potato-leaf variety produces large yields of 1 to 2 pound fruit. Great beefsteak texture, slightly ribbed, very meaty, with few seeds. Deep-red color with tinges of pink and green. Some of the fruit actually resemble a watermelon!

These seeds were organically-grown. Only rainwater was used for irrigation as we had a damp summer here in Ohio.

80 days, Open-Pollinated, Indeterminate, 25+ Seeds

2014 Seeds, 95% Germination








Frembgens Rheinlands Ruhm

In German, the name means "Frembgen's Rhineland Glory". And it is a glorious variety!

I received 10 seeds last year from a friend in Europe who said it was a real producer. It turned out to be an exceptional producer. I was really impressed with the regularity of the fruit, and the fact that the tomatoes on each truss would ripen at the same time. I would pick the whole truss rather than individual tomatoes. It's really neat to lay out a truss of 5-7 fruit, all of which is perfectly ripe (see photo).

The tomatoes are about the size of a golf ball, and seem to be perfect for small slices. Nice strong tomato flavor and quite juicy. They pack a lot of flavor in such a small fruit.

These seeds were organically-grown. Only rainwater was used for irrigation as we had a damp summer here in Ohio.

65 days, Open-Pollinated, Indeterminate, 40+ Seeds

2014 Seeds, 95% Germination







Sweet Cranberry Tomato Seeds- Organic & Rare

This is another variety I received from a friend in Europe. It's a rather compact plant that produces loads of marble to golf ball-size fruits. The taste is sweet, slightly tart, and the tomatoes are quite juicy.

68 days, Open-Pollinated, Indeterminate, 40+ Seeds

2014 Seeds, 90% Germination






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