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Now for the main event: Tomatoes. Everyone from celebrity chefs to food critics are talking about heirloom tomatoes. With good reason. Heirloom tomatoes have been perfectly bred for small-scale home production. They don’t transport well, they aren’t always blemish-free, but when you’re able to pick them at the peak of ripeness and enjoy them right away, they are the best tomatoes you’ll ever have, anywhere, anytime. Sweet, rich, full of flavor, they are everything grocery store tomatoes wish they could be. Since these heirlooms are traditional varieties developed for home use by families and communities over the last few centuries, they are widely variable in size, shape, and color. Try anything that strikes your fancy, you can’t really go wrong.


Most heirloom tomatoes are indeterminate, meaning that fruit will continue to set throughout the season. A few heirloom tomatoes are determinate, with large yields of tomatoes all at once. Determinate tomatoes are great for canning and preserving, since the whole crop comes in at about the same time. All tomatoes are indeterminate unless otherwise noted.

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Minimum 25 seeds per packet unless otherwise noted in the product description.

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  • Rainbow Cherry Tomatoes Collection
    $6.50 Rainbow Cherry Tomatoes Collection
    There's nothing prettier than a bowl of brightly colored cherry tomatoes.  Grow this collection for a variety of shapes, sizes and colors!  Collection includes 10 seeds of each of the following varieties: Black...
  • Red Pear Abruzzese Tomato
    $2.50 Red Pear Abruzzese Tomato
    85 days.  This Italian heirloom is known as a triple-purpose tomato because it is great fresh, canned, or made into sauce.  It produces nice pear-shaped fruit, and it is moderately disease resistant...
  • Red Zebra Tomato
    $2.75 Red Zebra Tomato
    93 day.  Similar to Green Zebra, only red.  It produces large amounts of perfectly round tomatoes, red with orange stripes, that are about 3 inches in size.    Minimum of 25 seeds per packet...
  • Rio Grande Tomato
    $2.50 Rio Grande Tomato
    77 days. A large, paste tomato with huge yields, this is a great choice for sauce and juice for those with extremes in temperatures, both hot and cold. Determinate.   Minimum of 25 seeds per packet...
  • Roma Tomato
    $2.50 Roma Tomato
    70 days.  This classic paste tomato is one of the best sauce tomatoes out there.  It is determinate, so all of its fruit will ripen at the about the same time, making canning a snap.   Minimum of 25 seeds...
  • Rutgers Tomato
    $2.00 Rutgers Tomato
    75 days.  Introduced in 1934 by Rutgers Univerity in conjunction with Campbell's Soup Company, Rutgers is a cross of an old variety named JTD and Marglobe.  It is no longer a commerical standard, but it is still a...
  • San Marzano Tomato
    $2.50 San Marzano Tomato
    78 day.   A well known Italian heirloom tomato that is highly prized for it's exceptional tomato sauce.  It is very firm with moderate sized, roma shaped tomatoes.   Minimum of 25 seeds per packet...
  • Southern Tomatoes Collection
    $6.00 Southern Tomatoes Collection
    With hot, humid summers, people in the south are looking for tomatoes that thrive in heat and resist cracking.  Most of these varieties were developed for southern growers and all will perform well in heat and humidity...
  • St. Pierre Tomato
    $2.00 St. Pierre Tomato
    74 day.  A traditional French canning tomato.  Medium sized and very round, it's an excellent choice for slicing and canning.  It's more acidic than most modern tomatoes, this extra acid aids in the canning...
  • Stupice Tomato
    $2.50 Stupice Tomato
    52 day.  Originally from Czechoslovakia, Stupice (pronounced Stoo-Peech-ka) is of the earliest tomatoes.  It produces average yields of 2-3 inch, mild flavored, red tomatoes.   Minimum of 25 seeds per...
  • Sweet Pea Currant Tomato
    $3.00 Sweet Pea Currant Tomato
    75-80 days.  Tiny, extra sweet, tomatoes.  Clusters of 1/4 to 1/2 inch tomatoes cover these sprawling plants. They worked well in hanging baskets, keeping the plants smaller and easier to manage.  My 2 year...
  • Thessaloniki Tomato *
    $2.50 Thessaloniki Tomato *
    78 day.  This is my favorite slicing tomato.  The flavor is really sweet, but still complex and rich.  Red, round, medium sized, and delicious.  If you can only grow one tomato, this is an excellent...
  • Tiny Tim Tomato
    $2.50 Tiny Tim Tomato
    50 day.  A wonderful container cherry tomato.  The plants reach only 12 inches tall and produce small, nicely flavored red cherry tomatoes.  If you don't have much room, plant a few of these in containers on...
  • Valencia Tomato
    $3.50 Valencia Tomato
    76 day. With round, smooth bright orange fruit, this midseason slicing tomato is great for northern climates. A family heirloom from Maine, it is a rich, full flavored tomato with some pineapple-like undertones...
  • White Cherry Tomato
    $2.50 White Cherry Tomato
    70 days. Ivory-white round tomatoes that ripen to pale yellow, this cherry tomato has a sweet and fruity flavor.   Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
  • White Queen Tomato
    $2.50 White Queen Tomato
    85 day.  A really nice white tomato.  Most white tomatoes are very low on flavor, but White Queen is packed with flavor.  It is also very beautiful, with ivory blemish-free fruit.   Minimum of 25 seeds...
  • Wisconsin 55 Tomato
    $3.00 Wisconsin 55 Tomato
    80 days. An excellent, all-purpose tomato. It is great for canning, but also makes a nice slicing tomato.   Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
  • Yellow Pear Tomato
    $2.00 Yellow Pear Tomato
    70 day.  Beautiful and delicious.  It is small, pear shaped, golden yellow, and very sweet.   Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.