Nov
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2016

Buy TOMATO Seeds A-D


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    • All Tomatoes are OP(Open Pollinated) and/or Heirloom with a minimum of 15 seeds per packet unless stated otherwise.
    • All tomato packets are $1.75 unless stated otherwise.
    • Free seeds with every order!
    • Varieties grown by us (most of the tomato listings) are organic, but not certified. Some varieties are CERTIFIED ORGANIC. To not make mistakes when supplies change, they are not listed as such. If you need to know if your choices are organic, please send an email to SampleSeeds@yahoo.com.
    • 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 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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Heirloom Mix tomMix.
Want a lot of seeds and don’t mind if you don’t know the cultivar names? Then this is for you. All stray seeds and seed mishaps end up in this mix so it is full of great varieties. It is not a dumping ground for poor sellers as some may think. I can’t promise you’ll be able to figure out what tomatoes you’ll end up with, but I do promise you’ll end up loving the tomatoes anyway. Many buy this  mix for roadside stands as it is so economical. 100+ seeds for $2.00.




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Cherry Tomato Mix tomCMix
Since the Heirloom Mix is such a good seller, I though maybe people would be interested in just a mix of cherry type fruits. This is a purposeful mix of the varieties we grow. Indeterminates only. Photo of the mix grown by customer Rae C. of Texas. 25+ seeds for $2.00.




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Cherries, Bondekopfchen and Lemon Drop Mix tomB&LD
So I had a accident, I labeled two containers of seeds Lemon Drop, but one was of course Blondekopchen. ( Photos and descriptions are in their spots alphabetically.) It is good bunch of good seed so I figured some of you may like this mix since it is two good cherries. 25 seeds for $1.25.




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tomAdelaideFestival2tomato adelaide festivalAdelaide Festival tomAdF
This Dwarf Tomato Project cultivar “originated from a cross between Pink Berkeley Tie Dye and Rosella Purple made by Patrina Nuske Small in 2009 and named Tidy. Adelaide Festival was selected and named by Patrina. The vigorous dwarf regular leaf plants produce ample yields of medium to medium large (6 to 10 ounce) smooth oblate fruit that are purple (clear skinned black) with vertical green striping, possessing deep crimson flesh. The flavor is rich, well balanced and delicious. Those who contributed to the development of Sweet Adelaide are Patrina, Amanda Fischer, Craig LeHoullier, Ted Maiden, Sue Bailey, Jessica Dubin, Bill Yoder, Doug Frank, and Lisa Moore.” Photo is from Patrina Nuske.
This is an OSSI variety, “Pledge: You have the freedom to use these OSSI seeds in any way you choose. In return, you pledge not to restrict others’ use of these seeds or their derivatives by patents, other means, and to include this Pledge with any transfer of these seeds or their derivatives.”




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Adventure tomAdv
I received seed for this variety from my friend Randy out in Iowa. It is a productive round red. Great for those who want a “normal” perfect looking tomato. Googling for info on this variety is extremely difficult since so many sites that are not relevant show up, and I think that may be partly why this variety is relatively unknown. 15 for $1.25.

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African Queen tomAQu
This variety is a heirloom form North Carolina. My friend Rob, an amazing tomato grower, grew this variety in 2012, and I really liked it. It also happened to coincidentally be the 100 year anniversary of the African Queen Boat being built. It was restored in 2012, and my father rebuilt the green engine, pictured here, getting it back in working condition as part of the restoration. I of course had to grow the tomato! It is a tasty pink beefsteak with good production. Potato leaf.




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Amish Paste
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This was one of the first heirlooms I ever grew. The red fruit are quite juicy for a tomato with paste in the name. They are sweet and mild flavored. Though the fruits have an elongated plum shape, the plants have that narrow skimpy foliage often associated with hearts. It has been always a good grower for me and given a high yield of fruit.




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Ananas Noire (Black Pineapple) tomAnaN
This is an unusual bi-color. Instead of the normal yellow/red combo that is often found in bi-colors, it is a green/yellow/dark red mix. The opinion of this tomato varies greatly. The flavor is very sweet and fruity like a regular bi-color. I think this throws some people off when they taste it, but I like it as many other do, but you will find others who are not fans. It is very productive for its size.




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tomato andrew rahartAndrew Rahart’s Jumbo Red tomARJR
This is not a giant tomato averaging about 1lb., but is huge with flavor. This a variety listed in Carolyn Male’s book 100 Heirloom Tomatoes for the American Garden. She describes the flavor as “rich, deep, luxurious, pure joy.”  Andrew Rahart was a tomato seed collector (Pink Pink Pong also comes from him.) who lived north of NYC. Seed was distributed in SSE the 1980’s, and it has been popular ever since.




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Anna Russian tomAnnR
This is a popular heirloom heart shaped pink tomato. As with many hearts, I find it sweet. Also as with many hearts, the foliage is very wispy. It can make you think there’s something wrong with the plants, but they do just fine with thin leaves. 15 seeds for $1.25.

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAArbuznyi (Watermelon-like) tomArb
This was the beauty winner of the 2011 growing season, and in subsequent regrowing, I have to say it I find the deep mahogany color of these beefsteaks just beautiful. They tasted good too. While in the green stage as you can see from the photo from customer Robin B., this tomato displays very prominent dark green striping giving it is a watermelon like appearance. They are still there when ripe, but because of the dark coloration, they are less noticeable. They started ripening on the early side and were quite productive.
Please note there is a beefsteak called ‘Watermelon’, and it is not the same variety.




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Aunt Ruby’s German Green tomARGG
This is an old favorite of mine. It makes large green beefsteaks. When they are ripe a pink blush radiates from the bottom which helps to know it is time to eat! They are juicy and have a blend of sweet and tart flavor.




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tomato aussieAussie tomAus
This is a big beautiful red beefsteak.  The plants make large tomatoes without pampering, and the flavor really is quite good. It is obviously a cultivar from Australia, but other than that, I don’t know more.




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tomato-barossa-festBarossa Fest tomBaF
This is a new Dwarf Tomato Project release. They describe it as such – ” It is an indeterminate potato leaf dwarf and is among the tallest of its type reaching around 4 1/2 feet by end of season. It produces abundant small pale yellow globes that have a sweet and tangy combination of flavours, bright and fresh on the palate and delicious.” It is named after Barossa Valley which is one of South Australia’s premier wine-growing regions where vintage festivals are celebrated each harvest season. Barossa Fest originated from a cross between Golden Dwarf Champion and Green Giant by Patrina Nuske Small in 2005 which she named Sneezy. Main growers were Patrina and Craig Le Houllier with help from Lou Larrieu and Carl Matthei. This seed was grown by Bill Minkey.
This is an OSSI variety, “Pledge: You have the freedom to use these OSSI seeds in any way you choose. In return, you pledge not to restrict others’ use of these seeds or their derivatives by patents, other means, and to include this Pledge with any transfer of these seeds or their derivatives.”




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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Bear Claw tomBeC
This is a very productive tomato for its size. The pink beefsteaks are mild and sweet, and there were lots of them. If you like Olive Hill, you will like this one. The ribbing  and size of fruit is variable. The origins of this tomato seem to be from Greenbriar County, West Virginia.




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Black Cherry tomBCh
I first encountered this tomato in an heirloom cherry mix. It wowed me with its taste. The fruit are a very pretty dusky color purple. It is a favorite of many gardeners.




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Black From Tula tomBFT
I’ve not grown this one myself but have often read great comments about it. Originally from Russia, it is a favorite of many. The dark fruits average between 8-12oz. Photo courtesy of customer Robin B.




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Black Krim tomBKr
By customer request~ This is a popular heirloom from the Ukraine. The dark tomatoes are small beefsteaks about 1/2 lb. but sometimes larger.




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tomato blakc seamanBlack Sea Man tomBSM
After a couple years of growing wrong versions of this, I finally got the correct one! This is a determinate plant with potato leaf foliage. The plants are 3-4′ tall. The dark fruits are variable in shape but mostly look like small beefsteaks, and they are tasty. This is Russian cultivar. ‘Chernomor’ is probably the same variety as it is also from Russia and translates to Black Sea Man.




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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERABufNiatom201554Blondekopfchen tomBlon
This cherry tomato has flower trusses with tons of blooms! as you can see in the photo to the left. The yellow cherries that follow are a tad elongated and often have a tiny nipple. This tomato is originally from Germany and the name (that you can see I forgot how to spell at the Buffalo~Niagara Tomato TasteFest in the right photo) means Little Blonde Girl.




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Blush tomBlus
I tasted this tomato at the 2012 Buffalo~Niagara Tomato Tastefest, and knew I had to grow it. The skin is yellow with pink striping. It has a sweet fruity flavor. It is definitely good for snacking or salads. They hold up well for those of you who have little roadside stands or go to the farmers market. This variety come from my tomato friend Fred Hempel who run Baia Nicchia Farm out in CA. He grows and develops lots of new OP varieties many that are sure to be heirlooms of the future.




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Box Car Willie tomBoxCar
This popular variety bear the same name as the late country performer Boxcar Willie. He played my father’s nightclub in the early 1980’s. So I had some interest in growing this variety when I saw Carolyn Male was offering them back around 2005. I’m glad I did because it seems some companies were offering incorrect seed, and some of those seeds are still being traded around. This are the correct version. The tomatoes are red and vary in shape with smaller ones being more round and larger ones more oblate as shown in my photo. They have an earthy not sweet tomato taste that I like. They are pretty productive.




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Bradley POTtomBrad
I really like this unassuming round pink tomato. It has excellent flavor and produces very well. It can have green shoulders. It was introduced in 1961 by the University of Arkansas by Dr. Joe McFerran. He named it after his father, Bradley. He is aware that people might think it is named after Bradley County, Arkansas, as they do have a Bradley County Pink Tomato Festival there each year. Semi-determinate. (Photo of tomatoes grown by me courtesy of Hilde Reineck.) 15 seeds for $1.50.




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Brandywine tomBran
Ok, I’m going to be honest. I’m not a fan of Brandywine. (Sorry Brandywine lovers, please don’t send me hate mail.) This tomato is one of the most famous heirloom tomatoes for its wonderful flavor. It’s dirty little secret is it is a bad producer for many people including me. This tomato gives heirlooms a bad rap when it comes to production. (Many heirlooms pump out tomatoes!) I’ve grown it 2 times before, and both times it was very stingy with the tomatoes. I remember the one plant from about 1996 with only 1 tomato on it so very clearly still. So I made space for one this year (2011.) Third times a charm, right? It made tomatoes more than the other years, but still there weren’t many, and this year was an amazing tomato year for me. So I had about 4 or 5 good big tomatoes, and now that it is the end of the season and the weather is turning, I got, oh, about 8 little ones. I don’t think I’ll be growing it again. Of course somewhere else it may be terrific. Potato Leaf.
I got some Certified Organic seed wholesale of Brandywine so for those of you who want to give it a try… 15 seed for $1.50.




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Brandywine, Sudduth Strain tomBrSS
There are many fans of this variation of Brandywine. How much different than Brandywine, I can’t say. Visually, they are the same pink as Brandywine with no strain attached. These seeds were from plants grown on the farm where I grow the beans so I really didn’t pay much mind to them. There were tomatoes, lol. You all know I’m not a Brandywine fan. Regardless, many people DO love it, and it grows well for them. Potato leaf.




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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERABulgarian Triumph tomBuT
I grew this heirloom this year (2015) as I am trying to grow at least one new one every year from my friend Carolyn Male’s classic book 100 Heirlooms for the American Garden. It is an old favorite of her’s.  The small round globes come in clusters of 4-6 and are quite uniform and perfect looking as you might expect from a hybrid, but this of course is an old OP. The flavor is quite good, sweet but not boring. It has good depth of flavor.




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Canadian Dwarf POT tomCDw
I decided to grow this variety since I live next to the Canadian Border, and I have many friends and customers from there. It is a good small plant, though I would say this is a determinate and not a dwarf. It makes very tasty small red globes. It was first distributed by a lady in Kingston, Ontario. Where it actually originated is unknown.




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Captain Lucky tomCLuc
I had to grow this tomato as it a Lucky Cross x mystery baby and had promises of being excellent tasting. It lived up to its hype taste wise. It unfortunately is holding Lucky Cross’s late gene so it is on the late side.  As you can see from the photo, it has looks that are very similar to Ananas Noire. It tastes very different though. The plants are potato leaf.




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Carbon tomCar
This is my favorite black. For its size, it is dependably early. It is a smooth shaped beefsteak. I have seen photos labeled Carbon with fruit that does not match this description. Whatever that variety is is not the correct version. The flavor is not strong, but it has a balance of sweet and acid. It is juicy.




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Carter’s Sunrise tomCSun
This is an old commercial variety was once a popular cultivar from Carters Tested Seeds Inc. in England. Carter’s Sunrise is a heavy producer of small red globe tomatoes and was touted as such in its heyday. It is early and very productive. The old catalog photo shows a huge truss of fruit. I did not get anything that amazing, but I did get nice sized trusses so I think it is possible. To me the flavor is ok, reminds me of a typical old early commercial tomato flavor that hybrids were bred from. 15 seeds for $1.50.




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Chadwick Cherry tomChC
This red cherry tomato is perfect for those of you who do not want an overly sweet cherry, but want more if a complex tomato flavor. It is vigorous and productive as most cherries are. 15 seeds for $1.50.




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Cherokee Green tomCGre
This is one of the best tasting green tomatoes out there. I think it tastes better than Cherokee Purple. It is very productive, but unfortunately like the regular Cherokee Purple, it does not have a long shelf life. When this variety is ripe, it starts to develop an amber blush. Pick them then. This variety originally came from Craig LeHoullier’s garden back 1997 from Cherokee Chocolate. Though he originally thought is was a mutation, grow outs by other people at the time showed it probably was a cross. Being I like the flavor substantially better than the regular Cherokee fruits, I think so too.




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Cherokee Purple tomCPu.
This extremely well known heirloom is very popular due to its flavor. The dark fruits that average a little under a lb. are lauded by many people. The fruits are thin skinned so they must be eaten soon after maturity. With the flavor they have, this should not be a problem.(Photo courtesy of Hilde Reineck.)




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Chocolate Stripes tomCStr
This is a very beautiful tomato. It won the Prettiest Tomato contest at this year’s(2012) Buffalo~Niagara Tomato Tastefest. Somehow, I missed taking a pic of it. It is dark red with deep green striping. (A generous blogger has donated the use of their photo!) A customer gave their report of the flavor, “meaty and sweet but not insipid. I would say  med-high brix and medium acid.”




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tomato clackamas blueberryClackamas Blueberry tomatoClackamas Blueberry tomCBlu
So I swore off “blue” tomatoes until I tasted one that had flavor. Now Indigo Rose is perfect looking and some people love the flavor, but to me it is meh. Clackamas Blueberry is not as uniform being small globes that often twin, but still pretty, and there is a tangy flavor.




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Tomato ‘Clear Pink Early tomCPE
From Russia this heirloom variety is early with its fruit. The tomatoes are small globes averaging 4-6 oz. and are tasty for an early! Determinate.




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Costoluto Genovese tomCosG.
This is the well known Italian ribbed variety. The red fruit varied in size. It is productive. The third photo to the right is from customer N. North. I had to include it; it is such a nice shot!
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Crnkovic Yugoslavian tomCrnY
This variety is a big dark pink beefsteak. The photo is not indicative of Crnkovic’s fruit which are normally much bigger. If you like sweet ones, this is for you. Crnkovic is the surname of the person who had seeds for this variety sent to the US from relatives in Yugoslavia.




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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAtomcsikosbotermoCsikos Botermo tomCsB
This is a large striped cherry. Production is very good, similar to other large cherries. The flavor is slightly acidic so it is not a super sweet type cherry, more of a larger tomato flavor.  Update: A friend from Hungary has told me that Hungarian is tricky in translation and Csikos Botermo means Striped Productive. This makes sense as it is striped and productive!




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Cuostralee tomCuo
This is a very good red beefsteak. They have a bit of ribbing on top and are tasty. In 100 Heirloom Tomatoes for The American Garden, Carolyn Male describes them as “superb…intense and pure.” I can not find my photo! They can grow quite large with some care.  When I grew it, I had environmental leaf curling, but these seeds are from a different source so you may not have any curling, but even if you do, it doesn’t hurt the tomatoes in any way.




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Currant, Red (Lycopersicon pimpinellifolium) tomRCur
These plants produce tiny red fruit with abandon! When you bit into one, you are surprised by a juicy sweet burst of flavor reminiscent of cherry tomatoes. This is a great one for kids to grow. The plants can grow massive, so I planted mine in pots, and this did keep them to a manageable size.




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Currant, Yellow (Lycopersicon pimpinellifolium) tomYCur
Same as above but in yellow.




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Czech Bush aka Czech’s Bush POT tomCzB
The cultivar with small red fruit is originally from Czechoslovakia. It was introduced by Ben Quisenberry so this variety has been known to heirloom seed savers for quite some time. It has stayed popular because it is early and productive. The determinate plants have rugose foliage. 15 seeds for $1.50.




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tomato danielsDaniels tomDan
This an excellent tasting pink beefsteak. The tomatoes are variable in size mostly a little under a lb. but they can get to be quite big. We’ve had them as Largest Tomato contestants at the Buffalo~Niagara Tastefest more than once. It is said to be an heirloom from a Missouri family that they brought from Germany. Potato Leaf.




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Druzba tomDruz.
This tomato is a wonderful medium size red. The flavor is great, and the production is good too. It is originally from Bulgaria.




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tomato dubokDubok aka Dubrava tomDub
I was very happy with this Russian variety this year . It is very productive semi-det variety that produces for a long time.  I see it listed as det., but the way it kept on going to me is more indicative of a semi-det. Anyway, the small red globes (average 2oz.) are tangy when first orange red, but if left to deepen in color become quite sweet. The name means Oak Forest/Oak Grove.




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tomato dwarf crimson sockeyeDwarf Crimson Sockeye tomDCS
This Dwarf Tomato Project tomato is a favorite of one of the project’s growers, Ted Maiden, and he said I should grow it. This is a black tomato so why Crimson in the name, I’m not sure. It is a product of the Tidy Dwarf Family (Rosella Purple F4 X Pink Berkeley Tie Dye.) The fruit in my photo which was from early Aug. is actually a bit smaller than the average size of the fruit I had later. LIMT TWO per customer




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Dwarf Firebird Sweet tomDFS
This is a new DTP release. The description from the project- “It is a regular leaf dwarf producing lots of medium sized oblate smooth pink fruit with vertical gold striping – truly beautiful – and with a rich, balanced flavor.” Dwarf Firebird Sweet was selected and named in 2013 by Craig LeHoullier. It originated from a cross between Dwarf Wild Fred (an F4 selection) and Beauty King (from Wild Boar Farm) by Vince Lavallo in 2011, which he named Beauty. Also involved with its development are Lurley Hernandez, Lindsey Ratterree, Dan Follett, Carolyn Keiper, and Nancy Ruhl. This seed was grown by Bill Minkey. LIMIT TWO per customer.




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tomorange creamDwarf Orange Cream tomDOC
This Dwarf Tomato Project cultivar “originated with a cross made between Golden Dwarf Champion and Elbe made by Patrina Nuske Small in 2006 and named Tipsy. Dwarf Orange Cream was selected and named by Craig LeHoullier. The vigorous potato leaf dwarf plants produce heavy yields of uniquely colored pale orange smooth oblate fruit that have a nearly matte, dull finish, ranging from 8-12 ounces. As with most of the Tipsy family, the flavor is superb – intense, rich, and with a lively tang – clearly one of the best of our dwarf releases to date.
Unfortunately for me, this was not a good producer here in 2016.
Involved are Patrina Nuske Small, Craig LeHoullier, Susan Oliverson, Lisa Moore, and Dee Sackett.” Photo courtesy of S. Oliverson. This seed was grown and provided by Bill Minkey. LIMIT ONE per customer.
This is an OSSI seed variety. The Pledge reads: “You have the freedom to use these OSSI-Pledged seeds in any way you choose. In return, you pledge not to restrict others’ use of these seeds or their derivatives by patents or other means, and to include this pledge with any transfer of these seeds or their derivatives.”




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tomdwarfpinkpassionslicedtomdwarfpinkpassiongrouptomato dwarf pink passionDwarf Pink Passion tomDPP
This is a Dwarf Tomato Project release. “The vigorous dwarf regular leaf plants produce a heavy yield of medium sized (4-6 ounces) strongly heart shaped pink fruit with a delightful, balanced, sweet flavor. This variety originated with a cross between Anna Banana Russian and Roza Vetrov made by Patrina Nuske Small.”
This variety did very well for me producing lots of tomatoes. The flavor is more mixed and not as sweet as larger hearts I have grown. Plate photos are from Dan Follett that he took while working on the grow out.
This is an OSSI variety, “Pledge: You have the freedom to use these OSSI seeds in any way you choose. In return, you pledge not to restrict others’ use of these seeds or their derivatives by patents, or other means, and to include this Pledge with any transfer of these seeds or their derivatives.”




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tomDwarfRussianSwirlF2Dwarf Russian Swirl tomDRS
This Dwarf Tomato Project variety “originated from a cross between Golden Dwarf Champion and Orange Russian #117 made by Patrina Nuske Small in 2005 and named Dopey. Dwarf Russian Swirl was selected and named by Craig LeHoullier. The vigorous regular leaf dwarf plants produce excellent yields of smooth oblate yellow tomatoes with red swirls and streaks that range between 6-12 ounces. The flavor is well balanced and tasty, reminiscent of the best indeterminate bicolor types. Involved were Patrina Nuske Small, Ray South, Craig LeHoullier, Jay Scott, Amanda Fischer, Antoniette Koshykar, Mike Mauer, Doug Frank, and Nancy Ruhl.” Photo is by Craig LeHoullier. This seed was grown and provided by Bill Minkey. LIMIT ONE per customer.
This is an OSSI seed variety. The Pledge reads: “You have the freedom to use these OSSI-Pledged seeds in any way you choose. In return, you pledge not to restrict others’ use of these seeds or their derivatives by patents or other means, and to include this pledge with any transfer of these seeds or their derivatives.”





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tomdwarfwildspudleaf2dwarf wild spudleafDwarf Wild Spudleaf tomDWS
This Dwarf Tomato Project variety  was an excellent producer for me. The blurb from the DYP reads as follows- “originated with a cross between Dwarf Wild Fred and Spudakee made by Vince Lavallo in 2008 and named Frosty. Dwarf Wild Spudleaf was selected and named by Craig LeHoullier. The vigorous potato leaf dwarf plant produces very good yields of smooth oblate purple (clear skinned black) fruit that range between 6-12 ounces possessing a rich, well balanced delicious flavor. Involved are Vince Lavallo, Linda Black, Paul Fish, Craig Weber, Robbins Hail, Shawn Conant, Marsha Eisenberg, and Craig LeHoullier. ”




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