Tomatoes

Tomatoes (Lycopersicon lycopersicum). This crop, native to the Americas, has become the most popular garden crop over the last 200 years. We offer an amazing selection of many of the finest old varieties in lots of delicious colors! A few heirloom varieties have plants that don't get quite so large. Called "determinate" varieties, these get to a certain size and then set all their fruit more or less at once. Determinates may be a better choice where tomatoes are grown in a very small garden, or in containers. All varieties are believed to be 'indeterminate' (long vines), unless specified 'determinate' (short vines). The best tasting varieties tend to be indeterminate, as most of ours are unless otherwise noted.

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Tomato - Garden Candy, Tricolour Cherry Mix
Tricolour "Garden Candy" mix from Renee's is a fantastic selection of cherry tomatoes. Color-coded seeds enable gardeners to grow three premium cherry tomato varieties from one convenient packet!  Make sure you plant some of each. 1) Luscious Sweet Gold 2) Red Supersweet 100 3) Orange Sungold. Maturity 65 days. Seeds are color coded with food grade stain to distinguish varieties; make sure to plant some of each. Yellow seeds = Sweet Gold, Pink ..
$3.55
Tomato - Green Zebra, Beefsteak - Organic
Popular succulent green fruits with sweet and zingy flavor. Medium-sized fruits start out pale green with dark green stripes that soften and turn yellow when ripe. Perfect exteriors; fruits hold up under adverse conditions and rarely crack. Grows well in the greenhouse, too! Indeterminate • Field or greenhouse • Resists cracking • 4-5 oz.. (Lycopersicon esculentum). Maturity 78 days.       ..
$3.50
Tomato - Matt's Wild Cherry - Organic
Copious quantities of small, deep red cherries with exceptional flavor. Matt's keeps producing prolifically when every other tomato in the field is down for the count with early blight. Pick frequently as skin is thin and cracks easily. Trellis or let sprawl and naturalize. Shows moderate field tolerance to late blight. Indeterminate · .25 oz (Lycopersicon esculentum). Maturity 55 days. Disease Resistance: Early Blight     ..
$3.50
Tomato - Pink Boar - Organic
Gorgeous wine-colored fruits with metallic green striping on vigorous vines.  Strong plants loaded with rich, sweet juicy fruits perfect for slicing in salads or as an hors d'oeuvre with basil and mozzarella. Deep pink skin is stunning with contrasting olive stripes and luscious deep red flesh. An irresistible treat for chefs and farmers markets! From the Wild Boar series; bred by famer/breeder Brad Gates. Indeterminate. Open Pollinated. 75 Days to Maturity. ..
$3.50
Tomato - Roma VF, Paste - Organic
Productive plum tomato with great disease resistance! Vigorous and strong, producing heavy yields of picture-perfect, thick-walled fruit with deep red color and mild flavor. A good choice for a commercial variety, as well as in the garden. Determinate • Vigorous • 4-6 oz.. (Lycopersicon esculentum).Maturity 65 days. Disease Resistance: Fusarium Wilt, Veriticillium Wilt, Alternaria Stem Canker           &nb..
$3.50
Tomato - San Marzano - Paste - Organic
Classic Italian favorite with high yields; excellent rich-flavored tomato for preserving. Prized for its firm pulp, low seed count, and easily-removed skin. Mediumsized fruits are slightly larger than Roma. Resists cracking and holds well both on the vine and in storage. Heavy yields. Indeterminate • Few seeds • 4 oz.. (Lycopersicon esculentum). Maturity 80 days.   ..
$3.50
Tomato - Sungold ~ Orange
Tomato - Sungold ~ Orange Cherry Tomato - A Customer Favorite! Sungold's heavy yields of rich-tasting, juicy orange fruits consistently offer exceptional quality cherries with superb sweet tomato flavor. Indeterminate vines are vigorous, early to bear, crack-resistant and bred to resist both Fusarium and TMV. (approx. 18 seeds/pack) STARTING SEEDS: In early spring, start indoors about 6 to 8 weeks before outdoor night temperatures are reliably in the 50-55°F (10-13°C) ra..
$3.00
Tomato - Tiny Tim - Cherry
This standard, determinate growth, dwarf cherry tomato introduced in 1945 is ideal for pots and windowsill containers. Compact 45 cm (18") high plants are loaded with clusters of sweet, scarlet red 2.5 cm (1") diameter fruit. Harvest in approximately 70 days. How To Grow Sow seeds indoors about 6-8 weeks before last spring frost date – use a peat moss based growing mix for germination and growing seedings. The temperature of the seeding mix should be 21-24 C (7..
$1.90
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