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  • Amish Paste Tomato *
    $2.00 Amish Paste Tomato *
    81 day.  A great choice for making sauce or salsa.  Indeterminate plants with huge yields of large, tender, meaty tomatoes.  A later tomato, but well worth the wait.   Minimum of 25 seeds per packet...
  • Gilbertie Paste Tomato
    $3.50 Gilbertie Paste Tomato
    85 days.  These are amazing paste tomatoes.  Huge, banana shaped tomatoes with an excellent, rich flavor.  Such meaty tomatoes that are this big are rare.  Add in the excellent flavor, and you have a...
  • Opalka Tomato
    $2.75 Opalka Tomato
    75 day.  This is a very meaty, almost dry paste tomato.  It is very low in seeds and is a great choice for sauce.  I found it wasn't as good of a choice for roasted salsa because the skins didn't separate from...
  • Principe Borghese Tomato
    $2.00 Principe Borghese Tomato
    80 days.  This famous Tuscan tomato was developed specifically to be preserved by sun-drying.  It retains its flavor after drying better than other varieties.  The plants are small, but they yield lots of 1-2...
  • 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...
  • 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...