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  • 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 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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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERALarge Red Cherry tomLRC
This is a well known cherry is said to have been originally distributed by Ben Quisenberry (Brandywine, Stump of the World, other oldies but goodies.) So it has a boring name, but it tastes good. It is an excellent producer. S1.75.




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tomLemonDropLemon Drop tomLeD
This light yellow cherry won tangiest at the 2015 Buffalo~Niagara Tomato TasteFest and rightly so. It has a wonderful sweet tart flavor. So those of you that do not like the super sweet cherries, I recommend this one. The plants are good vigorous producers. The grower that first gave the seeds to SSE said it was a spontaneous mutation on a branch of a Snow White cherry, but I wonder about that.




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Lillian’s Yellow Heirloom tomLYH
I had to grow this variety as it is a long time favorite of my tomato friend, Craig Lehoullier. In his book Epic Tomatoes, he writes, “it is a loud tomato that fill the senses, perfectly balanced between tart and sweet.” The fruits are a true yellow. My photo is a bit strong on the color being it was taken indoors so in real light it would be a tad paler. The only drawback would be it is a tad late to ripen. A gardener from TN named Lillian is where this tomato originated. Potato Leaf.




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Lime Green Salad POT tomLGS
This dwarf variety makes tasty green saladette sized tomatoes. Saladette means too big to be a cherry, but too small to be a regular small globe tomato. (Sometimes places try to add that moniker on to small paste types, but I don’t consider those salad tomatoes.) It has great flavor for a compact plant. It is a newer OP variety bred by Tom Wagner who also bred the famous Green Zebra. It was originally named ‘Green Elf’.




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Linda POT tomLin
This is a compact dwarf about one and a half feet tall. So it would do well in a fairly small pot. The fruits a big red cherries, and they taste good. Seems this variety comes from Russia. Being it is named Linda, it makes me wonder if it came from somewhere else before that.




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LITCHI Tomato aka MORELLE de BALBIS can be found on the Buy Vegetable Seed Page.
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Little Lucky tomLLu
Luscious Little Lucky runs through my mind when I eat this tomato. I just love it. It is juicy with phenomenal flavor. It is a small yellow globe, a bit variable in shape sometimes looking like a small beefsteak or heart, with a red blossom end blush and you will find red in the core. Craig LeHoullier, heirloom tomato connoisseur, had an accidental cross of Brandywine with and unknown variety. From that he developed this variety and Lucky Cross. It is late season tomato, but it produces just in time that I get a nice amount of tomatoes before the weather go south. Those of you to the north might have too short of a season for this variety. Potato leaf.




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Livingston’s Perfection tomLivP
Livingston was a well known purveyor of seeds especially tomato seeds back in the 1800’s. Perfection was released in 1880. (Golden Queen is also a Livingston variety.) It is a pretty red tomato with good flavor and productive.




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Lucky Cross tomLuC
This is the big sister to Little Lucky. It is another tomato with exceptional flavor. The large bicolor beefsteaks are yellow with a pink blush. The pink blush spreads as the tomato ripens. Unfortunately for northern growers, it is late to mature. I have a love hate relationship with this tomato because of this. The phenomenal flavor keeps it on my grow list. Craig LeHoullier, my friend and author of Epic Tomatoes, had an accidental cross of Brandywine with and unknown variety. From that he developed this variety and Lucky Cross. Potato leaf.




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tomLuckyTigertomato lucky tigerLucky Tiger tomLuT
This is another tomato bred by my tomato friend, Fred Hempel of Artisan Seeds (breeder of Blush.) I got to try it this past summer in Kansas City, MO while attending my friend James Worley’s tomato tasting party. I was impressed by the flavor. Fred knows what he is doing. Photo to the left courtesy of James Worley.




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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAtomMagliaRosa2Maglia Rosa POT tomMRo
This is another tomato developed by my friend Fred Hempel of Baia Nicchia Farm/Artisan Seeds. Click Here to read his post about Maglia Rosa. It was a very good grower here and got lots of sweet fruit. Det.




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tomatoMalachiteBoxMalakhitovayaShkatulkaMalachite Box (Malakhitovaya Shkatulka) tomMBox
I like to keep with the original naming of a tomato when I can, but since Malakhitovaya Shkatulka is such a mouthful, we’ll use the English name of this variety. This is an incredibly productive variety. The tomatoes are in the 8-16 oz. range. They develop a yellow and orange hue to the skin when ripe as seen in the photo. They are the sweetest regular beefsteak size green tomato I’ve had to date. So those of you who like sweet ones will probably like this variety.




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Malinowy Warszawski tomMaW
I originally grew this tomato because a customer requested it and I’vegrown it a few times since becasue I like it. The light to medium pink fruits vary from small to medium sized beefsteaks like the one in the photo. It seems to be relatively unknown here though fairly popular over in Poland. If you like beefsteak flavor but want a smaller tomato than this would be a good one for you. I believe the name translates to Pink/Raspberry from Warsaw. They ripened early, and I had a decent amount of fruit. Potato leaf. (The foliage in the photo does not belong to this tomato.)




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Tomato ‘Manitoba tomMan
This variety was developed by the Morden Experimental Farm in Manitoba. So it was bred for short growing seasons. The tomatoes are red globes and weigh a little less than 1/2 lb. It is also resitant Verticillium wilt and Fusarium Wilt. Determinate. 15 for $1.50.




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tomato mariatomato mariaMaria tomMar
I don’t know much about the origin of this tomato. The seed came from SandHill Preservation and all the description says is “Early, Determinate, oblate, 10 oz., red fruits.” The fruits keep coming though so I would classify it as semi-det. as the fruit keep coming til the weather turns. So it is very productive, and they have a good mixed flavor too. $1.75.




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Marianna's PeaceMarianna’s Peace tomMaP
This pink beefsteak has an infamous history. Tomatofest, back in 2002, sold his Marianna’s Peace seeds at 6 seeds for $20! which was and still is astronomical in price. The owner of Tomatoville bought seeds and with the help of Darrel Jones of Select Plants, he got them grown out and then sent out literally hundreds of Marianna’s Peace seed packets for free. This made the price drop to a reasonable amount. Tomatofest of course says the price was so high being the seed were in such short supply. They have a moving story of where this tomato came from and how it was named. It is suppose to be from the Czech Republic. Regardless, it is now a favorite of many growers, and a customer insisted I should give it a try. It is a very good tomato. Production was ok for me. It was quite hot early this summer, and I had more late tomatoes on it because of the cooler morning temps so in a normal moderate temp growing season, it probably would perform better. Potato Leaf. $1.75.




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Mary Reynolds tomMaR
This cultivar was quite productive for a beefsteak and it tastes good too, meaty and sweet. It is name for the lady who grew in for many years in Virginia. This one doesn’t seem to be very well know and should be.




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.Matt’s Wild Cherry tomMWC
This cherry is a rampant grower and producer of red Cherries just a bit bigger than Currant. They are very sweet. Gary who love sweet ones absolutely loved them. One day as he was shoveling them in his mouth, he said, “Now this is what tomato should taste like. If you could get this flavor in a big tomato, it would be perfect.” Winner of sweetest tomato Buffalo~Niagara Tomato TasteFest 2012. It is originally from Mexico, and reported to be resistant to Late Blight. Don’t confuse this with being resistant to all fungal problems. It still got Early Blight quite readily though it did keep on growing and producing as it is a vigorous grower. Please note, the seeds of this variety are very small and should be almost surfaced sowed for best success.




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Max’s Large Green tomMaxLG
I almost forgot to take a pic of this tomato! It is a good sized beefsteak that is pretty smooth. It stays very green even when ripe compared to other GWR’s. The tomato in my hand was actually overripe and you can see how green it still was. It came on bit late, and that may be due to the year, but it was till in time for lots of tomatoes. This tomato originates from KY via Roger Postley of Tomatoes, Etc. (he sells tomatoes in Lexington, KY,) that attends the swap in Berea. The taste is very good typical of GWR’s. 15 seeds for $1.50.




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Mennonite Orange tomMenO
I am quite disappointed I didn’t take a photo of this variety! Every year I miss one or two and take million pics of the others, sigh. It was a flavor favorite of the year (2019.) If I didn’t have to save seed from them, I would have ate way more than I did.




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Mexico tomatoMexico tomMex
This pink beefsteak is tasty. It was the winner of Best Overall Tomato at the Buffalo~Niagara Tomato TasteFest 2016. The fruit average about a lb. but they can get quite large. These fruits are often contestants for largest tomatoes at the taste fests. This tomato’s story is that it was brought into the U.S. by a Mexican family that settles the Midwest.




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Mexico Midget tomMexM
This is a popular tiny cherry. I’m not sure if it is actually currant or not. It is a productive plant making load of fruit.




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tommicrotomMicro Tom POT tomMicT
This is a very tiny tomato plant! As far as I know, it is the smallest tomato plant out there. It is really cute for pots. The photo is of unripe fruit. They are red at maturity. Besides the plants being tiny, they are quick to make tomatoes. The plants can start to flower before transplanting outdoors. The flavor of the fruit is ok. This one is more for display/conversation piece than eating. LIMIT TWO per customer.




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tomMrsSchlaubaughsFamousStrawberrytomatoMrsSchlaubaughsFamousMrs. Schlaubaugh’s Famous Strawberry tomMSFS
This pink heart was the Best Overall tomato winner of the 2015 Buffalo~Niagara Tomato TasteFest. I got plants from my friend, Rob, and I stuck them (2015) back in the corner near the sunchokes so not the best place to really make an evaluation on how well they perform in a garden. Having given them a better location in 2016, they did perform better, but the heat did hinder them a bit, and then the birds loved them. Third time’s a charm! They did very well this year (2017,) and the birds were kept a bay! I do not know a history of this tomato, only the Sandhill Preservation carried them at one time. This tomato is a favorite of my local WNY customers so I’m guessing where ever Mrs. Schlaubaugh lived the locals loved this tomato too. Limit ONE per customer.
Sorry, now out of stock. Hopefully back fall 2020.
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Mr. Stripey tomMrSt
This is a popular yellow and red bicolor beefsteak. It is not really striped as the name implies. It was obviously named prior to the the popularity of the newer striped tomatoes. According to Tatiana’s Tomatobase, the variety was found in Georgia in the 1990’s by Wayne Hilton who owned Totally Tomatoes at the time. Also there is some confusion about this variety as Tigerella (listed farther down) was once called Mr. Stripey. $1.75.




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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAMoravsky Div tomMoD
This is a variety from Czechoslovakia. The name means The name means ‘Wonder from Moravia.’ According to my friend Tatiana’s site this is a strain of Stupice, Stupické Polní Rané, which was renamed be a seed company there so it sounds more appealing. The fruit are small round red globes like oversized cherries. Like Stupice it is a good grower. I was late to get it planted but I still got a nice crop of fruit. Potato Leaf. $1.75.




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Monkey Ass tomMAs
This tomato has a silly name, but it really is a wonderful tomato! It is a large pink heart, very meaty and sweet. Sometimes the hearts double causing a baboon bottom look to them. I found it productive compared to some other hearts I’ve tried. It also was on the early side of my main crop to ripen every time I’ve grown it. Many customers have reported back that they love this one.




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Mortgage Lifter tomMLi
This is one of the most famous heirloom tomatoes. Supposedly plants of it were sold to pay off a mortgage I grew it here, and it was ok. It is a nice big pretty pink beefsteak. When I visited KY one time, I stopped at a farmer’s market and picked some up, and they tasted great. Tomato flavors can really be different in other areas. So much depends on the soil and the weather. 15 seeds for $1.50.




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Mountain Gold tomMGo
This cultivar was developed by the well know tomato breeder Dr. Randy Gardner at the North Carolina State Mountain Horticultural Crops Research Station. The fruits are yellow medium sized slightly flattened globes. It is resistant to some disease, Verticillum Wilt and Fusarium Wilt races1 & 2. Determinate. $1.75.




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Mountain Princess POT tomMPr
When first offered in 2009, the seeds of this variety went quick! I was quite surprised; I didn’t know the variety had such a following, but then again this variety is excellent for growing in a large pot or in the ground. The red fruit is quite good for an early variety. They are small to medium size slightly flattened globes. Originally from West Virginia. Determinate.
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Negrillo de Almoguera tomNDA
My friend, Karen Golden of Michigan Heirlooms, gave me seeds of this one and told me to grow it. I’m glad she did. It was a tad late to get going , but when it did, it brought on the tasty black beefsteaks. Alomgura is in the La Mancha, Spain area.




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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERANeves Azorean Red tomNAR
I sold this tomato seed way back when I first started the company, and thought it was about time I regrew it, and I’ve regrown it again! It is one of the best big red beefsteaks out there. The late Anthony Neves of MA brought a tomato from the Azores with him when he emigrated to the USA. It is a tad late for those of you with super short seasons.



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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERANoire de Crimee tomNDC
I grew this one years ago and had to regrow again. The fruits of this tomato are small dark globes sometimes a bit oval shaped, just a tad to big to say they are a cherry. The plants are super productive. I don’t find the foliage to be very fungal disease resistant, but they produce very well anyway. They have that black tomato flavor that I really like. Noire de Crimee translates to Black Krim, but Black Krim is another variety.
This tomato is also listed in 100 Heirloom Tomatoes for the American Garden. I picked out quite a few to grow from that book this year (2014,) but they are great varieties. My friend Carolyn has good taste in tomatoes.



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Northern Lights tomNoL
This is a very productive bi-color, and it starts producing quite early for its size too. The tomatoes vary from medium to large. They have the typical sweet fruit flavor of bi-colors. This variety has been a hit for many customers who have purchased it in previous years.
In a forum discussion it seems some people have a version that is round and may turn fully red red when ripe, that is not correct. Update! I found out from Tatiana’s Tomatobase site that “There is also another tomato with a very similar name – Northern Light (single) (a.k.a Severnoe Siyanie in Russian). It is a small red tomato from Russia, and it is not related to Northern Lights tomato.” So that solves the mystery.



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Olive Hill tomOH.
Reports from everyone who has grown this variety are the same; it is exceptionally productive. It is a deep pink tomato averaging about 3/4lb. but can be larger. They have a mild sweet flavor. Originally from Kentucky. Potato leaf. (Photo courtesy of Hilde Reineck.)



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Tomato ‘Omar’s LebanesetomOmL
This heirloom is listed in ‘100 Heirloom Tomatoes for the American Garden’ written by Carolyn Male. She actually received the seed from a gentleman she worked with named Omar, and he brought the seeds from Lebanon. She wrote that the flavor was “absolutely outstanding.” It is one that can get really big so if you like large pink beefsteaks that taste good, this may be for you.



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Oncle Remi tomUnRe
This tomato is a big beautiful red beefsteak. Being it had my name (Remi/Remy,) I had to grow it. It also shows how my name is popular man’s name in France. The tomato itself though came to France via Algeria brought home by an uncle named Remi.  Definitely one to try if you like red beefsteaks.



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tomato opal's homesteadOpal’s Homestead tomOpH
There’s not a lot of info out there about this cultivar. I found this, “Small to Medium red fruit irregularly shaped slightly flattened, very good flavor, productive, old Kentucky strain.” from a description my friend Gary Millwood wrote some time ago. My friend Marsha E. of FL gave me seeds a few years ago as she likes this one, and I figured I should try it. It is a very productive red fruited semi-det. The size varies but most were like the tipped fruit in the photo. $1.75.



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Opalka tomOpa
I first grew this paste tomato back in the late 90’s because of the recommendation of my friend Carolyn Male. It is one of her favorite pastes. It did do well for me, and it is much better flavored for fresh eating than many pastes, but I have other favorites. Of course I always say there is a tomato for everyone.
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Orange Minsk tomOMin
This is my new favorite orange beefsteak! and it still is! It was early, prolific, and tasty; what more could you ask for. If you have been disappointed by large orange tomatoes before, I recommend trying this one. It is originally from Belarus.



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Orlovskie Rysaki POT tomOrRy
This is a determinate from Russia. The tomatoes are small red globes. Click Here for a pic of fruit still on a plant. It is an early determinate, and tasty for an early. It does have a zippy taste but is not overly acidic. The name comes from a Russian breed of horses, Orlovski Trotters, maybe because of the quick speed of ripening?



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Paul Robeson tomPRob
This black tomato comes from Russia. It was named for the famed actor and singer turned activist. Click Here for a bio. The fruit are generally 6-12 oz. oblate fruit. It is a favorite of many people with its mix of flavors.



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Pineapple tomPine
This is a large heirloom bi-color, yellow and red throughout. It is a popular variety having been offered for sale by Gleckler’s long before the internet. It has a mild sweet fruity flavor. 15 seeds for $1.50.



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Pink Boar tomPBoa
This small (3oz average) tomato is a Wild Boar Farms/Brad Gates tomato hence the name, and they describe it as looking like a port wine colored Green Zebra which is a good way to explain it. As with much of what I’ve tasted from Brad’s tomatoes, it is sweet and good tasting.



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TomatoPinkSiberianTigerPink Siberian Tiger tomPST
This is a really pretty beefsteak. It is pink with a blue top that bleeds down. and my ripe pictures of it do not do it justice. It actually tastes good too! It didn’t make a lot of tomatoes though, but take that with a grain of salt as this year (2017) was not the best growing year. In 2019, it did much better. It is a recent introduction bred by Mark McCaslin of Frog’s Leap Farm.



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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAPlan 9 from Outer Space (Not Solar Flare) tomP9FOS
Ok here’s the deal, I grew this first year (2014) because a friend (Sorellina) grew it the year before (2013) and loved it. She thought it was Solar Flare as she was sent it as such, and the person sending it (2012) thought the same, but it is not. Solar Flare has red flesh and red skin with yellow stripes. As you can see this is yellow fleshed with a hint of red and yellow skin with red stripes. It grew great, and the flavor is fantastic, strongly sweet in a good way. So being so good, I want to share it with you all. I’ve decided on the name ‘Plan 9 from Outer Space’ as the tomato is a mistake, like the movie of the same name, but sure to be a tomato cult classic.
I’ve grow it a few more times now and still think it is a wonderful tomato. Many customers are very happy with this one.
I’ve received a few messages about this tomato, and I appreciate the ideas. One was that it might be Beauty King. I can assure you it is not that as I’ve grown that one and it is on the Tomato Variety Reference Page. Another idea is that it is ‘Lover’s Lunch’ a new Wild Boar Farm cultivar. Problem is this tomato has been grown for a few years before the release of Lover’s Lunch.



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plate de chateuarenardPlate de Chateaurenard tomPDeC
This is a very productive red tomato from France. They are medium sized tomatoes that look beefsteak like. The flavor is a good mix of sweet and tart with an earthy undertone. I’m postive this will become a favorite for some people.



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Polish (Earl’s) tomPol
This is a wonderful pink beefsteak. The flavor is great. It was the winner of Best Overall by a landslide at the TasteFest 2018. The plants were productive for the size. This year was a very good tomato year overall though. Potato Leaf.
Now this Polish often had Earl’s attached to it so I left it there in parentheses as many people have it with Earl’s name attached, but it the same Polish listed in Epic Tomatoes. There was some question about this and after some digging by Craig LeHoullier, he determined that it is in fact the same version.



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Polish C tomPolC
I missed taking a photo of this one. (Every year there seems to be one!) It is a typical Polish pink beefsteak. Typical for a Polish beefsteak is not a bad thing as they are all fine varieties as you know if you’ve grown any. It is the finding which ones you love best in you garden that’s key. There must have been an A and a B at some time, but those do not seem to exist any more. Potato Leaf.



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Polish Dwarf POT tomPDw
This is a very cute variety. It is a mini tree type with rugose foliage. It grows to about 2-2 1/2 feet tall. All my plants were in small pots(nursery gallon size) so growth was more restrained to about 1 1/2 feet or so. They stood straight up until they got full of tomatoes and then started to tip from the weight. The tomatoes are small unassuming red globes, but what flavor! They are quite yummy for such an early det. tomato. No, they aren’t an amazing beefsteak, but I’ll take them. They are very productive too.



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Polish Linguisa tomPLin
This paste tastes like sauce should taste to me. I find it performs best in cooler weather so if your entire season is in the 90’s, you might not like this one.



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Pork Chop aka Porkchop tomPork
This beauty from Brad Gates was my surprise taste winner of the 2010 growing season. It is a very pretty beefsteak with its stripes. As it grows it develops light and dark green stripes then it becomes yellow and green striped and finally yellow and yellow/orange striped(click on the left photo to see the striping better.) I thought the flavor was fantastic, and I really wasn’t expecting it. The times I’ve grown this, it has been on the late side but still comes in on time. I’ve seen a few sites selling this as ‘Big Yellow Zebra’, and I don’t know how that happened. It is not the name given by Brad.



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Prescott tomPres
By customer request. I received seeds for this tomato labeled Prescott Cherry, and I got a bit worried when I saw the tomatoes getting a tad too large for a cherry They are more of a mini plum than cherry, but they are suppose to look like that. Someone incorrectly added cherry to the name. The tomatoes do grow in trusses like cherries and are extremely high yielding. They are pink. 15 seeds for $1.25.
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Prudens Purple tomPruP
This variety has been a mainstay in my garden longer than any other. It is one of the first heirlooms I ever grew, and still one of my favorites. It is a reliable, early for its size, producer for me. The big pink beefsteaks are meaty and flavorful. There is a slight ribbing to the shoulders of the fruit. The plants are very vigorous right from the get-go. Potato leaf.



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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAPurple Dog Creek tomPDC
This was a favorite of mine in 2015. It produced fruit in a timely fashion and kept them coming until the weather turned. The flavor is really good with depth. This could become the favorite of many a grower. It is a family heirloom from the Dog Creek area of KY. The purple part of the name is is from the color pink which at one time was called purple like Purple Coneflowers are pink. At some point, we switched to calling the color pink. I know it is confusing because some newer named tomatoes have the word purple in them to designate a dark colored tomato like Cherokee Purple.



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Purple hirsutum tomPuH
I wish I could tell you about the breeding involved in this one. It is not particularly hairy as hirsutum would suggest, but maybe some od combo went into the breeding of it. Maybe there is black cherry in there there too. It is a great tomato regardless. I love the flavor. The plants were large and productive lots of clusters like in my hand. The fruit is not uniform in size like many cherries are, but that fault does not bother me.



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Purple Russian aka Ukrainian Purple tomPRus
This is a dark plum tomato. It is good for fresh use as it is not dry like some plums. It has wispy foliage that is typical of heart tomatoes so there must be some of those heart genes in this tomato. This tomato was originally distributed to seed savers in the USA from a lady in the Ukraine which is why I think it sometimes is listed as Ukrainian Purple. 15 seeds for $1.50.



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