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AMISH PASTE
A heirloom variety popular for canning and sauce making. Indeterminate.
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BANANA LEGS
I've always wanted to grow this just for the name but these bright yellow low acid paste tomatoes surprised me with their yummy taste. Determinate.

BLACK PRINCE
From Siberia, this plant produces medium sized, deep garnet fruits. Indeterminate.

BRANDYWINE
An heirloom tomato with a beautiful deep rosy color and an unrivaled and unmatched taste. Indeterminate.
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CARO RICH
An orange tomato with a sweet taste and tons of vitamin A. Determinate.

CHEROKEE PURPLE
The name says it all. This unusual colored fruit is said to have derived from the Cherokee people. Indeterminate.

CHERRY, YELLOW
Small, sweet and yellow. Indeterminate.

CURRANT
I've offered these locally for the first time last year and the plants were snatched up with cries of "I've been looking for these for years." Red or yellow small juicy fruits.
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DOUBLE RICH NOT AVAILABLE THIS SEASON
Medium sized red slicing tomato is packed with Vitamin C. Determinate.
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FLAME
Pineapple tomato. Large eating tomato with multicolored slices. Indeterminate.
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GOLDEN QUEEN
An Amish heirloom that produces deep orange gold fruits. Very firm and easy to peel. Indeterminate.

GREEN GRAPE
Small yellow-green cherry tomatoes. Overwhelmingly requested last season.

GREEN ZEBRA
I've offered this green and white striped beauty at the greenhouse for
years, but last season everyone wanted to grow this tomato.
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OREGON SPRING
An early slicing type which can tolerate cooler weather. 60 days. Determinate.
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PEACEVINE CHERRY
So named because of the sedative effect of this high-vitamin C cherry tomato.

PEACH
The most requested tomato last season. Fuzzy velvety skin and unusual color. Indeterminate.

PINK PING PONG
Self described as to color and size. These will add the final touch of color to your salsa. Indeterminate.

POLISH PASTE
At last I can honor the other side of my heritage by offering these giant meaty paste tomatoes from my father's native land. Indeterminate.

PRINCIPE BORGHESE
The famous Italian drying tomato. Small, clustered fruits should not be watered too heavily. Determinate.

PUNTA BANDA
A wild desert tomato that produces well even in poor soil. Prolific fruits. Good drying tomato. Determinate.

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RED ROBIN Suitable For Container Growing
Adorable tiny red cherry tomato. Also called patio tomato as it is good
for container growing.

RED ZEBRA
Beautiful red tomatoes shot through with yellow-orange stripes. Makes for eye-popping salsa.

RIESENTRAUBE
The number one requested tomato of 2000. Clusters of small red tomatoes give the name to this "giant bunch of grapes." Indeterminate.

ROMA
What can I say? This IS the best sauce tomato I have ever grown. Determinate.

ROMA, GOLD
A bright yellow paste tomato. Excellent for slicing and drying. Adds vibrant color and taste to your salsas. Determinate.

RUTGERS
My favorite eating and slicing tomato. Every year I try something new and every year I go back to Rutgers. Good size and taste—not prone to splitting or cracking. Also good for canning. Determinate.
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SAN MARZANO
An Italian paste tomato for making sauce. Thick and meaty. Indeterminate.

SANTIAM  NOT AVAILABLE THIS SEASON
Early red slicer that produces well in low temperatures. Determinate.

SIBERIA
For those who just can’t wait for the first ripe tomato. This hardy Russian variety produces fruits in just 48 days. Determinate.

SILVERY FIR TREE
This tomato was so highly rated by Barbara Kingsolver that I had to try it. WOW. Everyone that saw them in the greenhouse wanted one and I had trouble keeping any for myself. The most beautiful tomato plant I have seen and it fruits early, sets fruit late and tastes great. Determinate. 58 days.

STRIPED CAVERN
If the chiles can have a beauty contest, so can the tomatoes. This hollow tomato looks wonderful in salsa. Indeterminate.

STUPICE
Overwhelmingly requested. This early red tomato from Czechoslovakia produces medium sized fruits all season long. 55 days. Indeterminate.

SUGAR LUMP
The sweetest heirloom cherry I have found. Indeterminate.

SUPER SIOUX
This generous-sized red slicer derives from the Sioux people. Semi-Indeterminate.
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TIGERELLA  NOT AVAILABLE THIS SEASON
Crazy stripes add yet another color dimension to your salsa. Small to medium fruits. 76 days. Indeterminate.
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WHITE WONDER
Overwhelmingly requested and so popular among local customers that it is making a return appearance here. Medium sized sweet tomatoes ripen to white. Indeterminate.
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YELLOW BRANDYWINE
Golden yellow fruits with that superb Brandywine taste. Indeterminate.

YELLOW PEAR
An heirloom variety for those who like a different color and taste. Indeterminate.
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ZAPOTEC PLEATED
Large pink ruffled heirloom fruits from the Zapotec people of Oaxaca. Indeterminate.
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