Heirloom variety that produces 6 to 8 ounce red fruits that are oxheart to almost teardrop-shaped. Meaty fruits are juicy and have outstanding flavor, good for sauces or fresh eating. Indeterminate.
Ace 55 VF. Open pollinated. Plant after the last frost.
Good yields of low acid, 6 to 8 oz. fruits are protected by the sun
by good foliage cover. An old favorite heirloom tomato that has nice
tomato flavor and is a great canner. Verticillium Wilt, Fusarium
Wilt, Alternaria Stem Canker, and cracking resistant. Determinate.
Certified Organic. Open pollinated. An old favorite for those who love
meaty, thick, tasty, large tomatoes for sandwiches. Plant after the last frost.
Juicy, delicious, 2 lb. fruits. Indeterminate. 62-115 days.
Brandywine. Open Pollinated. You simply cannot believe the
flavor of this tomato. Considered by many gardeners to be the best
tasting tomato in the world. Has won lots of taste tests. An old
Amish heirloom tomato dated back to 1885 and passed down from
generation to generation, Brandywine is a pink beefsteak type tomato,
with thin skinned, rich flavored, 3/4 lb. - 1 lb. tomatoes.
Indeterminate. 80-100 days.
Cherokee Purple. Open pollinated. Said to come from Cherokee gardens
in Tennessee. Our personal favorite heirloom tomato. It has a great flavor with
brick red flesh that looks great sliced on a plate. Produces 3/4 lb. fruits.
Does well in southern gardens.
Indeterminate. 85 days.
Delicious. Open pollinated. Large and meaty red fruits,
most over 1 lb., with excellent flavor. Indeterminate. 77 days.
Floradade. Developed by the University of Florida. 7 oz.
red fruits with good leaf coverage. Disease resistant and has a long
shelf life. Determinate. 83 days.
Homestead. Open pollinated. Tolerates hot weather. Fruits
weigh about 8 ounces and are red and smooth. Resistant to common
diseases. Determinate. 80 days.
Marglobe Supreme. Open pollinated. Large, red fruits.
Disease resistant. Sweet flavor. Fusarium Wilt, bright, and rust
resistant. Determinate. 73-77 days.
Mister Stripey. Open Pollinated. Beefsteak-type tomato with large
one-pound fruits. A low-acid tomato with a mild flavor and unique yellow and pink stripes. 80 days.
Money Maker. An old, open pollinated, greenhouse variety
that can also be grown outside. Produces heavy crops of five ounce
red, globe-shaped tomatoes. Does well under humid conditions. Has a
fine flavor. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Ponderosa Pink. Open Pollinated. Large 1-pound pink beefsteak type
tomatoes. Low acid and almost seedless. Indeterminate. 90 days.
Roma VF. Open Pollinated. Heirloom paste and canning tomato
from Italy. Up to 200 fruits per plant. Also good sliced for salads
and sandwiches. Determinate. 80 days.
Rutgers VF. Open pollinated. Bright red, 6-8 ounce globes.
Excellent early variety for canning and juicing. Excellent flavor and
disease resistant. Determinate. 73-86 days.
Small Red Cherry. Open pollinated. The red cherry tomatoes are borne in large clusters and have a fine flavor for salads or just eating straight from the garden. 70-80 days.
Super Sioux. Open pollinated. Smooth, thick-walled, fleshy 4 ounce red
globes. ACS resistant. Sets well during high temperatures. Good for hot dry
areas. An exquisite blend of acid, sweet and earthly flavors. Indeterminate. 70
Yellow Pear. Open pollinated. Small, pear shaped cherry
tomato. 70 days.
Grande Rio Verde Tomatillo. Not a tomato but a member of
the nightshade family. The unique flavor of this fruit makes an
indescribably tasty Salsa Verde. 60 days.
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