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  • All tomato descriptions are from my experience/climate.
    I was asked by a customer about adding DTM(Days To Maturity) to my descriptions. I really don’t like them since so much is variable on the weather and the gardener.
    I try to be as honest as possible in how a plant performs here. I am in one of the most northern spots of zone 6 in the country. So those of you in zone 5 probably can expect experiences similar to mine. Spring comes late here compared to you to the south, and I always hope I can get them out by mid-May. I usually get them out in the second half of May. Sometimes the weather does not cooperate(too rainy), and it is the beginning of June.
    If I say a plant is early, I’m getting tomatoes in good amounts at the end of July/beginning of August. If I say a plant has produced a lot of tomatoes, by the end of August, I’ve thought to myself how good the plant has done. If I’m waiting in Sept. for the first ripe tomato off the plant, or it only grew a few tomatoes, I promise to say so in the description as I did for Beauty King as an for example.
  • Plants are indeterminate and regular leaf unless otherwise stated.
  • Because I get asked so often about varieties that can easily be grown in pots, plants that are dwarf or determinate will be highlighted with POT in their title.
    Other varieties are can be grown in pots(a customer told me they have easily grown Stupice and Matina in pots) but pots for indeterminates must be quite large and staking can become an issue.
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Red Pear tomRdPr
This is a very old variety known since the 1700’s. It is a cute pear shaped cherry tomato. The plants are large and disease resistant. You will get tons of fruit off of one plant. I can see why this plant was used for canning making preserves and such.Click to enlarge the text from the 1865 copy of Field and Garden Vegetables of America to see a recipe for Red Fig which I was told though similar is not the same tomato, but the info about preserving is still interesting. 15 seeds for $1.50.




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Yellow Pear tomYeP.
This very old heirloom, the yellow version of Red Pear, produces copious quantities of miniature pear shape fruit. The flavor is sweet and mild. (Photo courtesy of Hilde Reineck.) 15 seeds for $1.50.




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Red Pear (Giant) Abruzzese tomRPGA
There are a few large red pear varieties available out there often with a place in Italy attached to them, Abruzzese, Gransasso, etc. You will sometimes see them sold by their botanical name Piriform. The shape is not the same as the little Red Pear tomatoes which are more Bosc pear shaped. These are more of a pyramidal shape looking like a D’Anjou pear. This is a popular version of this tomato type.




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Red Pear (Giant) Gransasso Strain tomRPGG
I bought this tomato seed some time ago now (pkt. show to the right,) and it is no longer commercially available in the US until now. I’ve been very please with this tomato both times I’ve grown it. It is productive even in in heat and will keep on producing late when much of the foliage has died off as in the middle photo. It tastes really good for a meaty cooking type tomato so it can be used fresh.




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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERARed Robin POT tomRRob
This is a good plant for small pots or growing indoors over the winter. It grows only 8-12″ tall and produces fruit very fast. The fruit are red cherries and for the size of the plant are fairly large. Limit ONE per customer.




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Reisentraube tomRei
This is a very old heirloom red cherry listed in C. Male’s 100 Heirloom Tomatoes for the American Garden. The blossoms of this variety are born in abundance which of course make large clusters of tomatoes hence the name when translated to English means giant bunch of grapes. The fruits themselves have pointed ends like the Utyonok tomato shown farther down this page. These cherries taste tomatoey and not sweet, so they are different than most cherries. 15 seeds for $1.50.




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Remy Rouge POT tomRemR
This cherry tomato is from France. (Thank you my friend Tomatoadddict for originally supplying me with seeds.) Remy is a popular name there, and I of course think it is quite a nice name. The small cherries are incredibly sweet. I would dare say sweeter than Sungold, yes, I know, you might think I’m lying, but I’m not. It is not as complex a flavor as Sungold, just super sweet. The very productive plants are quite attractive too. I have had many good reviews of this tomato from customers especially those in the midwest. Semi-Determinate.




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Red Star tomRSta
This is a cute red cherry tomato. They look like little mini beefsteaks. The amount of lobing does vary, but it got its name from the fact that if you cut it lengthwise, the slices would look like stars. This variety first appeared at the same time when Ceylon came out. Ceylon got more press. Probably because it is much more lobed. In fact I bought Ceylon, and grew it that year since the picture of it was so appealing. Ceylon, in my opinion, and yours may vary, is not that good of a tomato. Yes, it is pretty, but the flavor is ok, and their shelf life is very short. I consider this bad when it comes to cherries. I happened to pick up some seeds on a clearance rack for Red Star that same year, and I’m glad I did. Red Star is early, productive, tastes good, and won’t go bad immediately. Short indeterminate.




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Red Tree tomRTr
Red Tree is a not huge like a tree or a dwarf tree type. It is a regular indeterminate with potato leaf foliage. It is like a your typical good pink potato leaf beefsteak but with red fruit. The fruits vary in size. I can’t find much else about it. The seed originally came from Sandhill Preservation, and the description there has no history. I forgot to take a pic of this tomato.







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Rinaldo tomRin.
This variety is quite unusual. It looks like an unassuming red paste. It actually is sweet and juicy! Though it does not have lots of gel, the flesh is not overly dry like many pastes. They can get a bit bigger than the photo shows. This tomato was brought to America with Italian immigrants along with the variety Ernesto. Winner of Best Tomato ate the 2012 Buffalo~Niagara Tomato Tastefest. Yes, a paste won best tomato. LIMIT ONE per customer.




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‘Rio Grande’ tomRioG
This paste tomato is growing in popularity. It makes very meaty 4″ tomatoes. It is definitely one for making sauce. Hilde Reineck’s photo of my tomato is a bit smaller than they normally are. Determinate. 15 seeds for $1.25.

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Rose Beauty tomRoB
The name is a bit confusing on this tomato. Rose comes from a family surname, not the color. This tomato originated from John Rose of Richmond,KY. It is a pretty white (pale yellow) tomato that with good care can get quite large as seen in the photo. This tomato is a favorite of my good friend Tara. She requests it every year. It does grow and produce well here for a beefsteak. It also does not have the mild fruity flavor profile typical of white beefsteaks. If you closed your eyes you would think it was a red tomato. (Photo courtesy of Hilde Reineck.)




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Roughwood Golden Tiger tomRGT
This novelty tomato came through as a real winner. I would of never believed such a bizarre plant and fruit combo would produce high quality tomatoes if I hadn’t seen and tasted them myself. The angora foliage hung down in a floppy way reminding me of a long eared rabbit. The plum shaped tomatoes have orange and red stripes and have fine hairs creating a peach fuzz to the skin. The tomatoes are meaty and very flavorful. They were also born in abundance. Great for sauce. Even though this is often listed as indeterminate, the plants do not get very large so I would say it is more of a semi-determinate. Limit TWO per customer.




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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERARozalinda POT tomRoza
I had to grow this because of my friend with the same name. I’m glad I did because this was a terrific potted plant in 2015. It is very productive lots of small pink globes. I found the flavor was best when the fruit were allowed to deepen in color, so don’t eat them too soon, or you won’t get the full flavor experience. Det.




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Rozovyi Flamingo POT tomRozF
Rozovyi means pink in Russian, and I just had to grow a tomato whose name translates to Pink Flamingo for my proud to be tacky, plastic flamingo loving, grandmother. The plants were grown (both times) in a couple gallon pots and were dwarf growing only a couple feet high. They probably will be a bit larger grown in the ground. The fruit are an elongated globe shape (not elongated enough to be called a heart in my opinion) and a light pink, very pink as tomatoes go so the name is fitting. Excellent flavor for a dwarf.
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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERASainte Colombe  tomSCo
These deep pink tomatoes have that earth taste like Box Car Willie, but they also have hint of sweetness too. They are fairly meaty, and I think are good in a sandwiches. It was just a tad slower than the other tomatoes of it size to get producing, but was in no way really late. This photo is from mid August. This variety is from the Sainte-Colombe-sur-l’Hers region of France.
For those of you that remember Gary Millwood, he gave me seeds of this variety (and a few others) the last time I saw him in KY. I think he knew he would never get to growing them. Though it isn’t a KY heirloom, I picked this variety to grow in his memory.




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San Marzano 2 tomSM2
This is a paste tomato from Italy. There are quite a few variations of San Marzano out there. This one has bigger fruit than some and is indeterminate. Customers have been very happy with it.




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Santa Maria tomSaM
I’m very lucky to introduce this heirloom originally from Italy. A tomato growing friend of mine from Niagara county has been bragging about these huge red pastes from an old Italian immigrant friend of his father in law’s for a few years now. Well he finally showed up with them, and they are big! I grew them this year(2013) and though not as large as my friend’s, they were big and tasty. I was so impressed with the output of the plants. It is a new favorite for me. I like it so much better than Romeo. I have received excellent feed back from many customers who have grown it. It is nice to know people agree with me on this. Limit TWO packet per customer.




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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERASean’s Yellow Dwarf  POT tomSYD
2015 was the year of friends and family names. I picked quite a few for them, and this Dwarf Tomato Project one was for my brother, Sean (though he only likes red/pink tomatoes, lol.) As you can see from the plant photo I managed to take(yay!) if you click to enlarge, it was a very good producer.  This is the description from the Dwarf Tomato Project, “early-mid season regular leaf Dwarf producing lots of smooth medium sized oblate bright yellow fruit with a very pale yellow interior, with a refreshing, bright delicious flavor.  A member of the Witty family (Budai X Cherokee Green), Sean’s Yellow Dwarf is the collaborative work of Patrina Nuske Small, Lee Newman (who named it after his friend, Sean, in whose garden it first appeared)…”




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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERASerendipity tomSer
I wanted to grow this pretty bicolor tomato because I like the name. It also reminds me of John Cusack from the movie Serendipity, and that as a good a reason as any right? Anyway, it is from an unknown cross of Earl’s Faux  in the garden of Millard Murdock of East Flat Rock, NC which hestabilized.   They are sweet and meaty. Also, they are not related to the variety Striped Serendipity.




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Siberian POT tomSiber
This short but spreading determinate tomato has small red egg shaped fruit. It is early to start producing, and is said to be very tasty for an early. Great for pots. 15 seeds for $1.25.

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Silvery Fir Tree POT tomSFT
The finely dissected foliage of this tomato is unusual and attractive. This plant is listed as a determinate, but it is more like a spreading dwarf in growth. I’ve grown this variety in the flower border as well as pots. The juicy, tart, but still tasty, tomatoes come early and in plentiful quantities. They are red, vary from smooth to lobed, and are a good size for such a small plant.




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Slavic Masterpiece aka Slavyanskiy Shedevr tomSlavM
This variety makes red tomatoes of various sizes. The biggest as in my hand(very dirty from gardening) were almost a lb. and very pretty so I can see where the masterpiece part of the name came from. I was expecting an earlier ripening variety being Slavic, but it was mid-season for me and others that I gave plants to. The tomatoes are acidic tasting.(Got to love the pic with my again dirty gardening hands! I swear they are most often clean, clean as I type this even.) 15 seeds for $1.25.

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solanum humboldtiiOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERASolanum humboldtii aka Lycospersicon humboldtii  tomSHum
This tomato species makes tons and tons of pretty pink cherries, and they seemed pretty crack proof. The flavor reminded me of Reisentraube from when I grew that way back when. It is a full spreading plant that wants to grow out and not up. It not easy to train up a regular tomato cage, and I think it i better to just give it room and let it grow. 15 seeds for $1.50.




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Solanum spontaneum tomSola
Holy Tiny Tomatoes Batman! Seriously this is what went through my head about these plants, that, and the Fruit of the Month Club episode from ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’. “What am going to do with all this fruit?!” If you complain your cherry tomatoes don’t make enough fruit, this tomato species is for you. I saw a site with an incorrect description that these were small plants, so I planted them in pots about 2-3 gallon size. Even though they were in pots, they grew like gangbusters. The trusses were averaging 16-20 fruit, and there were so many of of them. The fruit is orange and has an unusual flavor. They taste like one of the components of a Sungold, a sweet earthiness. The fruit have a crunch to them, and they hold well. Only under strong rain did they crack, so I pulled them early if there was rain looming in the horizon. As with other small cherry type fruits, kids love them.




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Soldacki tomSold
I first grew this pink beefsteak after reading 100 Heirloom Tomatoes for the American Garden by Carolyn Male. I liked the tangy but sweet, complex flavor description. I’m happy to say, I agree with the book. Though contrary to the book, my yields haven’t been overly high. It seems each year I decide to grow this tomato, the weather is cold and wet, and it doesn’t seem to like that. I still like growing this tomato because I do enjoy the flavor so much, and I bet in better weather there would be more fruit. Polish heirloom. Potato leaf. Update~ 2012 was a hot year, and as I surmised, it did perform way better than the cold wet years!




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Sophie’s Choice POT tomSoCh
This tomato is a dwarf sized favorite of mine. It is actually a determinate, just a very short and spreading one. In a pot or in the ground, it is a little workhorse. It produces red, large for the plant, fruit early and keeps on going. Fruit tasty and not overly acidic tasting like many early tomatoes. It grows great in pots. (The left photo is an early one from last season of the tomatoes developing. The other is courtesy of Hilde Reineck.)




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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERASouthern Night large POT tomSoN
I was given seed for this variety from my friend Karen Golden who owns Michigan Heirlooms, a company that sells plants in the Highland, Michigan area, I’m always looking for new Determinates to try, and I know some of you are too. As is typical of most black/brown tomatoes, it has a very good flavor. Potato Leaf.




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Spear’s Tennessee Green tomSTG
This variety is a small beefsteak with typical green tomato flavor. It has an amber blush when ripe. If you have got this far in reading my tomato descriptions, you know I love the GWRs (Green When Ripes.) If you have never tried one, you should be adventurous and pick one to try! (Doesn’t have to be this one, but it could be.)




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striped sweetheart darkStriped Sweetheart Dark tomSSD
This tomato won prettiest at the 2015 Buffalo~Niagara Tomato Tastefest so I had to grow it myself. Most of the tomatoes are small hearts, sometimes it twinned as show on the scale. The tomatoes are sweet like the name says.




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Stump of the World tomSTOTW.
This is my favorite variety though I sort of hate to say that. What if you buy it and hate it?! It is sort of like Brandywine, but a bit stronger flavored and juicier. The best analogy I can come up with is Brandywine is a peach, and Stump is a nectarine. So if you like sweet peaches best, you’ll like Brandywine better. If you like zippier nectarines better, you’ll like Stump more. For a beefsteak, it is on the smaller  size(averaging 12-16 oz.,) but sometimes it makes larger ones. They are a deep pink almost looking red. The plants performs very well here. It won best tasting tomato at the 2008 Buffalo~Niagara Tomato TasteFest. Potato leaf.




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Stupice tomStu
This is a well known heirloom early tomato. I grew it years ago myself. It gets loaded with large cherry sized fruit. A lot of people love the flavor and will tell you it is the best early. I remember them being acidic. Originally from Czechoslovakia. Potato leaf.




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Sugar BeefsteakSugar Beefsteak tomSugB
This tomato with regular leaves seems to have originated from Sand Hill Preservation. Being a good producer, it is a favorite of my friend Rob, and that is how I’ve come to know it. It has red fruit of variable size.




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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERASungold aka Sun Gold F1 Hybrid TomSunG.
This tomato has won sweetest Buffalo-Niagara TasteFest a couple times. It is always talked about. Some love it for its sweetness. Others think it is unnatural for a tomato. Either way it does prove that hybrids can have a lot of flavor. It starts producing ripe fruit very early and keeps on delivering all season. It is one of the most popular hybrids. Many heirloom fans grow this tomato as it proves hybrid does not always equate to a pretty but tasteless fruit. Sungold is a hybrid from Takii in Japan. 10 seeds for $1.50.




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tomsweetaperitifOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERASweet Aperitif tomSwAp
My friend Rob gave me these to try and I’m sure glad he did. The little red cherries were super sweet. The fruit trusses were not one single raceme, but split in two as you can see in the green fruit plant photo. Other plants may do this but I found it to be an unusual trait. Very productive. These won Sweetest Tomato at the 2016 Buffalo~Niagara Tomato Tastefest, yes they beat Sungold.




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Sakata Seed AmericaSweet Million F1 tomSwMi
This is a very popular hybrid cherry. Like Sungold, it was bred for flavor and garden performance breaking the hybrid flavor stereotype. It makes large tresses of red fruit. It is suppose to be crack resistant for those of you who have issues with that.
Just a note as I noticed that if you do a google for photos, there’s a site that comes up claiming this tomato is Monsanto related. It is not. The breeder is Sakata in Japan. The photo is from Sakata. 10 seeds for $1.50.




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tomTastywinetomato tastywineTastyWine tomTaW
This is thr description from the DTP: “This Dwarf Tomato Project cultivar “originated with a cross made between Dwarf Wild Fred and Brandywine by Vince Lavallo in 2008 and named Tasty. TastyWine was selected and named by Vince. Essentially a dwarf growing version of Brandywine, the vigorous potato leaf dwarf plants produce plenty of pink smooth oblate tomatoes that range from 6-12 ounces. The intense, rich well balanced flavor resembles Brandywine in quality.”
For me it was a bit late to get going but once it did, the plants made quite large fruit, most looked like the larger tomatoes in the photo to the right. I was surprised by this.
“Involved – Vince Lavallo, Linda Black, Lurley Hernandez, Craig LeHoullier, Michael Volk, Patrina Nuske Small, Robbins Hail, Shawn Conant, Gina McDermott, Bill Yoder, Nancy Ruhl, Patrick Sullivan, and Sandra Tipton.” LIMIT THREE per customer.




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Tigerella tomTiger
This tomato is a small red globe with orange stripes. It looks like Green Zebra’s sister. Its origins are in England where it is very popular. It performs well in the garden there which makes me think it may be a very good one for coastal gardens where the summers are more moderate in temperature. 15 seeds for $1.25.

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tomtinytim2Tiny Tim POT tomTTim
This variety stays pretty small. It can be grown in a small pot. Mine grew about 8″ or so in small pots. I’ve read they can get a bit bigger in the ground to about 18″. The tomatoes are red cherries that grow in clusters. They ripen very early. 15 seeds for $1.25.

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Tom’s Yellow Wonder tomTYW
My tomato growing friend, Rob K., grew the monster sized fruit show in the photo to the right. Rob is known for growing large fruit. Tom’s Yellow Wonder is normally a big pale yellow/white beefsteak often with a pink blush at the base when ripe, and obviously with lots of love can grow exceptionally large. The origins of this variety come from seed saved from another tomato friend, Tom M. of NJ.(Right photo courtesy of Rob K.) 15 seeds for $1.50.




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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAtomato-tumblerTumbler, Cherry POT tomTum
This is an OP version of the well known hybrid. Most tomatoes are floppy sprawlers without support, but they naturally grow upwards at first where Tumbler  just spreads. So it is a very good variety to grow in hanging baskets where the branches can hangover the sides. It is early to flower and have ripe fruit, and for a super early, the fruit are very good. You may say “eh” to them once the mail crop comes in but until then it sure is nice to have a decent tomato. Determinate.




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Turks Muts tomTMu
This variety has small ruffled black fruit. The varietal name comes from the Dutch and means Turkish Turban. They sort of remind me of a small Purple Calabash. The fruit came on strong early. The flavor is also strong, acidic. Potato Leaf. 15 seeds for $1.25.




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utyonokseedpacketUtyonok POT tomUty
This unusual tomato is Russian in origin. The name means Little Duck. It an early variety dwarf that gets loaded up with fruit. The golden orange tomatoes have pointed ends, sometimes when completely ripe they do not. The foliage is distinctive in that it cups upward, but not to worry, there is nothing wrong with the plants. The seed packet photo is from Russia. There is another version of this cultivar going around that I believe was mistakenly shared as the Russian source photos match this version. Garden plant photo courtesy of customer Robin. B.




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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAVF Gardener tomVFG
I picked up a pack of seeds for this variety a couple years ago while visiting the gardens at Cornell. So this is from their breeding program. It is an OP cultivar with resistance to Verticillium wilt and Fusarium wilt hence the VF of the name. It though is not resistant at all to Early Blight or Septoria. So if the wilts are your problem, try it, but if the fungal issues are your problem, it might not be the best for you. The tomatoes are in general small round globes, but I got a few medium ones as shown too. The flavor was good for a red. Plants seemed to be semi-determinate. 15 seeds for $1.50.




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Variegated tomVari
This novelty variety will get attention in the veggie garden with its strongly variegated leaves. The fruit are small round red globes. It sometimes mistakenly called ‘Splash of Cream’ but the proper name is ‘Variegated’ or ‘Variegata’. 15 seeds for $1.25.

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VR Moscow POT tomVRMos
This tomato was developed by the Utah State College in Logan, Utah and the USDA in 1952. It was bred using Moscow as a parent and is very similar, but it has resistance to Verticillium Wilt. It is a determinate with round red tomatoes. 15 seeds for $1.25.

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Wapsipinicon Peach tomWapsP
This is another customer request grow out. It is an old variety from 1890 and originally was known as ‘White Peach’. It somehow got the name Wapsipinicon after a river in Iowa later on. It is a fuzzy skinned variety.The walls of the fruit are thin so the ripe fruit feels very soft. $15 seeds for $1.25.

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Willamette POT tomWill
This is a good determinate  tomato for those with wilt problems. It is a  red globe with nice flavor.  It was early for me and produced all season. It was bred at Oregon State University by the late Dr. Tex Frazier.
Resitant to Fusarium Wilt, Race 1 and Verticillium Wilt.




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Whippersnapper POT tomWhip
I was very happy with these little plants this year. Very early they got loaded with very pretty bright pink oval cherries and kept on producing all season. For a small determinate, I found the fruit tasty. From what I see on the internet, there are two versions – a round cherry and the oval grape tomato shape. I do believe the oval which I have is the correct version. Limit ONE per customer.




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tomwhitecherryWhite Cherry tomWhC
The name of this cultivar isn’t exciting, but the tomatoes are sweet and are produced prolifically as typical of most cherries. 15 seeds for $1.25.

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Yellow Brandywine tomYBr
I wasn’t expecting much from this tomato. Well I was expecting great flavor, but since regular old Brandywine is very stingy with the tomatoes for me I thought I might not get any to taste. So I was pleasantly surprised at getting fruit. The plants still didn’t have tons, but at least I got fruit and in a timely manner. The fruit averaged about a lb. and were very pretty as you can see from the pic, not misshapen as it is sometimes described. (I do wonder if I have the Platfoot Strain, but of course I can not know that unless I grow them again together.) The flavor of course was very good. Potato Leaf. 15 seeds for $1.50.




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Yellow Stuffer tomYSt
I thought this would be a good one to carry. It makes yellow fruit that look like a bell pepper. They are hollow inside like a pepper and are good for stuffing. At one of the Buffalo~Niagara Tomato Tastefest, my friend Julianna brought yellow tomatoes with Greek stuffing. They were a beautiful side dish and tasty! 15 seeds for $1.25




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15 Comments »

  • tarpalsfan says:

    I grew Utynok a few seasons ago. It did great in pots, and was really colorful (yellow outside, pink inside) and tasted great too. The plants made enough fruit for fresh eating and drying too. And “little Duck tomato!” what a fun name. But, I don’t see it listed this year. I will miss it.
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    You have such a wonderful selection tomato’s-I think I will survive my Utynok withdraw-IF I can pick some new tomato’s to try! Now that will be hard! Did I say you have a great selection! Just wonderful!
    :)

  • Teresa says:

    Hi
    We purchased the Heirloom Mix for our 2015 tomato season and it was great. There was more than enough seeds to start and share with family. Also the surprises we got were delirious.

  • remy says:

    MJ, that is difficult to say. There are too many varieties. It would be much easier for you to pick out ones that you are interested in and then send an email to SampleSeeds@yahoo asking if they are suitable.

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