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  1. Alaskan Fancy

    Alaskan Fancy

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    Organic. 55 Days.


    Great, early plum tomato. Vigorous, shiny red fruits with large yields. Very juicy 2oz. fruits full of flavor. Devoloped for Alaska. Good cold hariness.Determinate. 

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  2. Big Rainbow

    Big Rainbow

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    Organic. 85 Days.


    Large and lumpy tomato. This sweet tasting tomato has different shades of red and gold. With its vine being resistant to foliar diseases it is a great choice for humid or rainy climates. Indeterminate.

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  3. BLACK FROM TULA TOMATOES  - Organic

    BLACK FROM TULA TOMATOES - Organic

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    75 days
    One of the largest black tomatoes, 8-12 oz. Rich smoky flavor. Sets fruit in hot weather. Indeterminate. Indoors 6-8 wks before last frost. Sow & thin to 2" after first true leaves appear. Set out after last frost; 18-24" apart in rows 30-36" apart.

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  4. BLACK KRIM TOMATOES *Organic

    BLACK KRIM TOMATOES *Organic

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    Dark reddish purple fruit with thin skins. Flesh has great tint when ripe. Packed with flavor and juice. Flattened globes average 8-12 oz. always a winner at the taste off. Origin Russia. Indeterminate. Learn More
  5. Bonny Best

    Bonny Best

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    Organic. Heirloom. 66 Days.

    Old Favorite heirloom. large, open plants that need support. Smooth, bright-scarlet. 6-10 oz. globes. Solid and meaty, widely adapted to norhtern areas. Popular for home or market gardens. Does well growing in your greenhouse. Indroduced in 1908 at the Bonny Plant Farm. #1 in flavor. Indeterminate.

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  6. BRANDYWINE TOMATOES -RED - Organic

    BRANDYWINE TOMATOES -RED - Organic

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    80 days.
    What flavor! It has always ranked high in our yearly taste tests and has gained considerable popularity recently. This Amish heirloom dates back to Pennsylvania in the 1880\'s and yields large (up to 16 oz.), semi-flattened, deep red fruits on a large indeterminate vine. The yield is moderate and the fruits are often variable, but the flavor is excellent. This variety has some difficulty maturing in the north. Protective culture, such as cloches or cold frames, will help you to fine ripen these delicious fruit. Indeterminate.

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  7. BRANDYWINE YELLOW TOMATOES *ORGANIC
  8. BUSH BEEFSTEAK - Organic

    BUSH BEEFSTEAK - Organic

    $2.95

    60 days
    This beefstack tomato grows on vigorous dwarf vine. Don't let the size of the plant fool you, however. This high yielder produces 25-30 pounds of solid, meaty, 8 oz. tomatoes with very few seeds. Indeterminate. Learn More
  9. CHEROKEE PURPLE TOMATOES - Organic

    CHEROKEE PURPLE TOMATOES - Organic

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    Purple color, 80 days growth, Large size, Indeterminate yield, Round shape

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  10. CHERRY BABY TOMATOES - Organic

    CHERRY BABY TOMATOES - Organic

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    70 days.
    The first currant tomato (besides our Lemon Drop) with good flavor: nice sweet-tart balance without the bitterness and toughness of most currant varieties. Matures early enough for northern gardens, also unlike most currants. Huge indeterminate plant; medium productivity. Pick grape-like strands of ripening red fruit for a snack or as an attractive garnish for salads. Indeterminate. Learn More

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