2020 Tomato List

Indeterminate – Pole or stake type.  Tomato plants keep producing leaves and stems often until killed by frost.  Tomatoes in all stages of development will be on the vine and harvest may last several months.  These plants need tall stakes, trellis or wire cages. 

Determinate – Bush type.  Tomato plants have vines that grow little once fruit is set.  All the fruit develops at about the same time.  These plants can grow without support or with short stakes or cages.


Disease Tolerance

V – Verticillium

F – Fusarium Wilt Race 1

F1 & 2 – Fusarium Wilt Races 1 & 2

N – Nematodes

T – Tobacco Mosaic Virus



  1. Abe Lincoln – HEIRLOOM 77 days.  Bright red, round, smooth, 16+ oz., meaty fruits with few seeds. Bronzy green leaves. Indeterminate.
  1. Aker’s West Virginia – HEIRLOOM 85 days. Midwest heirloom, high yields of smooth 1 lb. red fruits with rich flavor.  Indeterminate


  1. Amish Paste – HEIRLOOM 85 days. An Amish heirloom variety with paste type fruit and outstanding sweet flavor. Fruit are oblong oxheart shaped. Indeterminate


  1. Anna Russian – HEIRLOOM 70 days. Pink-red oxheart fruits weighing 16 oz. with an outstanding juicy taste. Very early. Indeterminate.


  1. Arkansas Traveler – HEIRLOOM 90 days.  Heat- and drought-tolerant variety from the Ozarks. Heavy yields of 6 oz. red fruit with a pinkish cast and a medium flavor.   Resistant to cracking and disease.  Indeterminate
  2. Beefsteak – 72 days. Very large, meaty bright red fruits that are solid and globe shaped, weighing 10-14 oz. An excellent slicer for sandwiches with an old-fashioned flavor.  Grow staked, caged or as a bush.


  1. Beefmaster – 80 days. VFN. Large red meaty beefsteak type tomatoes, good-flavored, can weigh up to 2 lbs.  Good tolerance to cracking & peeling.


  1. Belgium Giant – HEIRLOOM 82-90 days. Developed in Ohio this variety is known mostly for its size and delicious flavor. Dark pink fruit that averages 2-lbs. (but can get to 5 lbs.) is meaty with few seeds, have smooth blossom ends & low acid. Great for cooking and canning.  Indeterminate.


  1. Better Boy – 73 days.   Most popular hybrid.  Spectacular midseason deep red 8 oz. tomatoes are plump & juicy with excellent flavor. Indeterminate


  1. Better Bush – 70-75 days. Compact plants grow just 3-3.5’ tall making them excellent for containers and small spaces. Long harvest season.  5 oz. fruits have a juicy consistency and great garden-fresh flavor! Determinate


  1. Big Beef – 73 days VF1&2NT. 1994 All-American Selection Winner. Best All around tomato.  Old-fashioned rich flavor, large (10-12 oz.) red fruits.  Grows in any climate.  Large yields – Indeterminate


  1. Big Boy (Burpee) – 78 days. Perfect, large red fruits weigh in at 8-9 ounces with many reaching 1 pound or more, has a wonderful aroma and rich flavor. Healthy, indeterminate vines produce all summer long.
  1. Big Mama80 days. All American Selection Winner – Enormous, paste-type, plum-shaped tomato that is meaty and practically seedless with fruits up to 5” long and 3” across, 5-6 oz. Indeterminate
  1. Biltmore – 70 days.  Large 10 oz., very firm fruit with good crack tolerance. A terrific tomato for canning, juicing, or eating fresh. Semi determinate


  1. Black Cherry –65 days. Round 1”, nearly black tomatoes with a dark interior and a rich flavor. Tall vigorous plant with clusters of up to 8 fruits. Indeterminate


  1. Black Krim – HERILOOM 70-90 days.  Large, 8-12 oz. flattened, dark red-purple fruit with a delicate skin and green shoulders.  Very juicy, green-tinted flesh.  Heavy producer must be staked or caged.


  1. Black Prince – HEIRLOOM 74 days.  A Russian heirloom, these deep garnet round, 3-5 oz. tomatoes are full of juice and incredibly rich fruity flavors. The small fruits contain deep rich colors on the inside. Perfect for patio gardens. Perfect for eating fresh and in tomato sauce. Less cracking than other heirlooms. Indeterminate.
  1. Box Car Willie – HEIRLOOM 80 days.  This variety has smooth red tomatoes with old fashioned flavor. 10 oz. fruits.  Indeterminate.
  1. Brandy Boy Hybrid – 78 days. Loads of large pink-red fruits, 7-10 oz., that ripen evenly, have a thin skin and that same incredible Brandywine flavor. Better yet the plants sport an upright more manageable growth habit. If you love heirloom tomatoes, and especially the rich, tangy-sweet taste of Brandywine, don’t miss Brandy Boy!   Indeterminate


  1. Brandywine – HEIRLOOM 75-80 days.  Flat, globe-type tomato, sweet old time flavor but not acidic, it is a 10-16 oz. with a thin, pinkish-red skin. Very vigorous. Best if staked, caged, or trellised. Perfect for slicing. Higher yielding in cooler weather.  Indeterminate.


  1. Brandywine Pink Potato Leaf –88 days. An heirloom classic since 1885. This tomato has large, sweet, red-pink fruits set one or two per cluster on upright plants. Fruit is 1-2 lbs. Indeterminate


  1. Bulls Heart (Cuore de Toro) – HEIRLOOM 89 days.  This Italian heirloom is abundant with 4”, Oxheart type fruits on vigorous plants and are a colorful pinkish-red with a wonderful sweet flavor.  Weighing in at 2 lbs. or more.


  1. Candyland Red –55 days. All-American Selection Winner. Burst of flavor, long trusses of ½” red oblong currant fruits (smaller than regular cherry tomatoes). Easy to harvest, mouth popping sweet. Indeterminate


  1. Carolina Gold –75 days. Large gold, round, meaty 10 oz. fruits. Flavor is sweet, mild, and low in acidity. Ripen uniformly on vigorous, widely adaptable plants. Determinate


  1. Celebrity – 72 days VFNTAST All-American Selection Winner. Long popular variety with good flavor. Medium-large 8 oz., firm, red glossy tomatoes.


  1. Champion II – 65 days. VFNT   Very sweet & meaty red fruits bred especially for sandwiches (10oz.).  One of the earliest full size tomatoes.


  1. Chef’s Choice OrangeAll American Selections Winner – This hybrid originated with the heirloom Amana Orange and retains that wonderful old-fashioned flavor while adding crack resistance and disease resistance. 9-12 oz. fruits are a bright orange color inside and out. Indeterminate


  1. Cherokee ChocolateHEIRLOOM 75 days.  This 10 to 16 oz. mahogany-colored variety has excellent flavor and beautiful large fruit. Very productive plants are vigorous and yield a large harvest of chocolate-colored tomatoes with the ample size and wonderful flavor associated with Cherokee Purple. Indeterminate.


  1. Cherokee GreenNew for 2020 HEIRLOOM 72 days. Medium-sized, green fruits weigh 8 oz. or more and show some yellowish-orange color on the blossom end when ripe. Flesh is full of bold, acidic, complex tomato flavor. Plants need to be staked for best performance.


  1. Cherokee Purple – HEIRLOOM 80 days.  Burgundy colored fruit (10-12oz.) with green shoulder and delicious sweet flavor.  Gel around seed stays green with deep burgundy flesh, a beautiful variegation that looks as good as it tastes. Indeterminate


  1. Chocolate Cherry – 70 days. Appearing in clusters of 8 all over this compact vining plant, these miniatures ripen from green to lavender to richest mahogany. They have a fresh-grown flavor and are perfect for eating fresh or scattered on salads. Indeterminate


  1. Cuore de Toro (Bull’s Heart) – HEIRLOOM 89 days.  This Italian heirloom, a huge, pink Oxheart type, weighs in at a gigantic 2 lbs. or more!  Abundant, 4” fruits on vigorous plants are a colorful pinkish-red with a wonderful sweet flavor.


  1. Delicious – HEIRLOOM 77 days. VF Extra large (20 oz.) smooth red tomato, crack resistant great slicer.


  1. Druzba – HEIRLOOM 80 days. Bulgarian heirloom.  Round 4” fruits, mature bright red with pink-gold shoulders. Great tart flavor.  Indeterminate.


  1. Early Girl – 57 days. VF1&2. Extra early full size (4-6 oz.) red slicing tomato      meaty, firm texture & blemish resistant skin.  Indeterminate
  1. Eva’s Purple Ball – HEIRLOOM 72 days.  German heirloom. Round, dark purple-pink fruits that are blemish-free and weigh 4-6 oz. Very productive. Indeterminate.
  1. First Lady II – 66 days. VFNTAST. 6 oz. crack resistant fruit. Very flavorful Disease resistant in cool or warm climates. An improvement on Early Girl.
  1. Fourth of July (Early Doll) 49 days from transplant. Vines with heavy yields 4 oz. red full flavored fruits.


  1. Fresh Salsa – 65-75 days. You can chop this salsa lover’s tomato into tiny cubes and it will remain perfectly firm and solid yet also sweet.  Plum-shaped and dripless, this tomato is meaty making it ideal for tasty salsas, bruschetta’s and light Italian sauces.  Determinate bushy plants are loaded with 4-5 oz. fruits.


  1. Fried Green Tomato –80 days. Very firm apple green to yellow tomato. Globe shaped weighing 6-7 oz. Plants set well throughout the entire season. Indeterminate


  1. Gardener’s DelightNot available for 2020 72 days. German bred prize winning red cherry variety producing bunches of ¾” diameter fruits.  Hardy vines bear until frost. Crack resistant.
  1. German Johnson HEIRLOOM 80 days.  A large, prolific plant originating in Virginia and North Carolina that produces huge, pink, beefsteak type tomatoes often more than 1-pound. The flavor is excellent. One of the highest rated pinks for flavor and yield.  Indeterminate
  1. German Red Strawberry – HEIRLOOM 85 days.  3 ½” long, 10 oz. fruits that are shaped like strawberries. Delicious flavor.
  1. Gladiator – 72 days. Beautiful paste tomato plant resists Blossom End Rot and is shown to resist calcium deficiency from Pennsylvania to California. 8 oz. fruits are excellent for slicing and making sauce. Indeterminate
  1. Golden Jubilee – HEIRLOOM 72 days. This is a large golden-orange round beefsteak tomato. Jubilee is an AAS winner from 1943. Heavy yields. The 6-7 oz., smooth, globular fruit have a mild, non-acid flavor with a meaty thick-walled interior. Few seeds.  Mild flavor & low acidity make it one of the best varieties for tomato juice.  Indeterminate.
  1. Goldman’s Italian American Not available for 2020 HEIRLOOM   80 days Goldman’s Italian American keeps up a steady production of large, heavily ribbed, red, squatty pear shaped, paste tomatoes with exceptional flavor and few seeds. Nearly one pound per fruit! Makes a very creamy tomato sauce. Indeterminate


  1. Old Fashioned Goliath –78 days. 13-16 oz., very tasty, firm, and flavorful with a deep red color. Good shelf life, crack resistant. Indeterminate
  1. Grape Tomato – 60 days. Long, grape-like clusters of brilliant red elongated cherry tomatoes.  Very sweet, complex flavor is delicious and has made these tomatoes a favorite of people everywhere.  These are the pint size supermarket favorite!!  Crack-resistant and tolerant to heat and a number of tomato diseases.  Indeterminate
  1. Great White – HEIRLOOM 85 days.  Large, white 10-12oz. beefsteak tomato with sweet flavor and lots of juice.  Heavy foliage provides good protection against sunscald on the fruit.  Low acid.  Indeterminate
  1. Green Grape New for 2020 70 days. Juicy grape-cherry tomato ripening yellow green, 1 oz. in size. Determinate
  1. Green Zebra – HEIRLOOM 72 days.  Green striped, 3-4 oz. fruits have a tangy flavor. Ripe when yellow blush emerges. Excellent for salads, sandwiches, pickling, and sauces. An heirloom variety from the USA. Indeterminate.


  1. Health Kick – 72 days. The perfect saladette variety- healthy, fine-flavored, with fruits of the brightest red, thanks to the antioxidant lycopene.  Health Kick has 50% more lycopene than your average tomato.  Juicy, plum-shaped fruits weigh about 4 oz. Determinate
  1. Heinz 1493 – HEIRLOOM 70 days.    Smooth, slightly flattened 6 oz. globes, Great for purees and sauces. Determinate
  1. Hillbilly (potato leaf) – HEIRLOOM 85 days.  Ancient heirloom from West Virginia.  Huge mild flavored beefsteak type fruits weigh 1-2 lbs. each.  Colored a most unusually orange-yellow streaked & mottled in shade of red & pink.  Indeterminate.
  1. Hungarian Heart – HEIRLOOM 85 days. Huge pink oxheart tomatoes with very few seeds and area crack-resistant. Use for fresh eating, canning or sauces.  Indeterminate


  1. Husky Cherry Red – 65 days. Season-long production of outstanding fruits, 1” in size and featuring excellent flavor.  Dwarf indeterminate habit makes it for small spaces and containers.


  1. Ice – 65 days. 1 ½” ivory fruit with a melt in your mouth flavor. Indeterminate


  1. Indigo Kumquat New for 2020 75 days. Tangerine-orange, oval shaped fruits with purple shoulders. Fruits are 1 oz. and grow in clusters of up to 8. Indeterminate


  1. Indigo Rose – 80 days. Stunning 2 ½” jet black fruit with a dark red flesh. Very vigorous growing in clusters of 6-8 fruits. Stunning edible and ornamental jet black tomato with purple-tinged foliage. Allow fruits to fully ripen for complex aromatic flavor; fruits are usually ready later in the season when they turn from shiny black to matte purple. Vigorous and disease-resistant. Semi-determinate Good patio-container variety.


  1. Italian Sweet – HEIRLOOM 85 days.  Huge, luscious red beefsteak tomatoes on tall plants can grow up to 2 lb fruits although most are about 1 lb. Potato leaf heirloom plants produce tomatoes with excellent sweet, juicy Italian flavor. This tomato stands out as exceptional for flavor and texture. Delicious! Indeterminate.


  1. Jersey Devil – HEIRLOOM 80 days.  This prolific variety has 4-6” long, tapered red fruits shapes like banana peppers.  The tomatoes are very meaty and sweet with few seeds—great for sauces, salsas, and just eating fresh.


  1. Jet Star – 72 days V. High yields of red, globe-shaped, 6-8 oz. fruit have great color and excellent flavor. Very low acid content.


  1. Jolly – 70-75 days. AAS winner, sweet meaty pink fruited cherry type.  Exceptionally sweet, 1-1 ½ oz. fruits, not prone to cracking.


  1. Juliet Hybrid – 60 days. Clusters of 1-1.5oz., juicy, red elongated tomatoes on long, vigorous vines. Less cracking than other cherry types. All-America Selections winner.
  1. Kalman’s Hungarian Pink – HEIRLOOM 85 days.  Originally coming from Europe this 8oz. pink, oval shaped tomato has an outstanding, rich, sweet flavor.  Fruit is meaty and can be used as a slicer as well as a large, juicy paste tomato.  Produce well into the late season.  Indeterminate
  1. La Roma III – 76 days. VFFNA   One of the best “Italian-type” tomatoes. Excellent for making tomato puree, paste, and sauce. Big yields of 5-8oz. fruit on large, vigorous plants with excellent disease resistance. Larger fruit and healthier plants than the standard Roma.
  1. Lemon Boy – 72 days. These plants produce unusually colored, eye-catching tomatoes with wonderful flavor. Lemon Boy is perfect for slicing to reveal the delicious, lemon-colored flesh. Unique, lemon yellow skinned, 7oz. tomatoes.  Indeterminate.
  1. Long Keeper – HEIRLOOM 78 days Excellent for keeping (6-12 weeks) over.   Heavy producer of 6oz. orange-red skinned fruits with red flesh.
  1. Marglobe – HEIRLOOM 72 days. Produces a huge crop of perfectly round, smooth, solid fleshed red tomatoes typically 8-10oz.  An excellent tomato for slicing or canning.
  1. Mexico – HEIRLOOM 79 days.  Very large, prolific plants that yield huge sets of 1-2 pound, slightly flattened, irregular-shaped, dark-pink beefsteak tomatoes with terrific bold, tomato flavors. Sweet, yet acidic.  Indeterminate
  1. Mighty Sweet – 55 days. These super-sweet little 2 oz. grape-type tomatoes are not only flavorful but also loaded with big time nutrition: high in flavonoids, vitamin C, beta-carotene, lycopene and other phytonutrients. This determinate grape tomato is a prolific producer of snack-ready fruit.


  1. Monster Red– 80 days.  Stake this variety well to support the monster fruits which average 24 oz. each. Meaty, deep red, full-flavored fruits will be the envy of your neighbors. A real prize winner. One tomato slice will cover a whole slice of bread. Indeterminate


  1. Mortgage Lifter – HEIRLOOM 82 days.  The Mortgage Lifter tomato was developed in the early 1930’s in Logan, West Virginia. It is a cross of four of the largest tomatoes found then- German Johnson, Beefsteak, an Italian variety, and an English variety.  This large, meaty, mild-flavored tomato has few seeds and is the perfect tomato-sandwich tomato. Indeterminate plants bear pinkish-red, two and a half to four pound tomatoes all summer long.  Indeterminate.
  1. Mountain MagicNew for 2020 65-70 days. Cherry-type tomato that ripens with a blush of black-purple when exposed to sunlight. Produces all season long. Very flavorful. Great in salads or eat fresh right off the plant. Best grown in ground with support. Indeterminate
  1. Stripey (Flame) – HEIRLOOM 80 days.  Red & yellow striped beefsteak variety. 1 lb. fruits with mild flavor & low acid.  Indeterminate.
  1. Old German – HEIRLOOM 75 days. Plant produces good yields of 2 lb golden-yellow tomatoes with red and pink stripes.  It is very sweet with excellent flavor and is one of the best slicing tomatoes on the market. A Mennonite heirloom from Virginia, USA. Tomato lovers should add this variety to their garden.


  1. Opalka – HEIRLOOM 75 days.  Poland  This is one of the best paste tomatoes because it makes sauce so good and sweet that you wouldn’t even have to add flavoring to it.  Tomatoes are large (5”), and shaped like a banana pepper.  Fruit has very few seeds and is extremely meaty with a rich, sweet flavor.  These tomatoes are good to eat fresh also.  Indeterminate
  1. Oxheart – HEIRLOOM 85 days.  An old-fashioned heirloom favorite with heart-shaped pink fruit that weigh up to 1 pound.  Very meaty flesh contains few seeds making this a favorite for slicing and for sandwiches.  Good flavor and productivity.  Indeterminate.
  1. Persimmon – HEIRLOOM 80 days. Large, plump, golden orange fruit with great flavor and good eye appeal.  Indeterminate.
  1. Pineapple – HEIRLOOM 85 to 95 days. The best-tasting heirloom tomato. Pineapple is a beefsteak type with huge yellow-gold fruit often striped in red and boasting fewer seeds and more solids.  Very high-yielding, this 2 pound colossal Tomato is as fascinating to look at as it is delicious to eat. It has a strong Tomato aroma and fruity aftertaste.
  1. Pink Girl – 76 days. Plant produces good yields of very flavorful and juicy 8 oz pink tomatoes. Tomatoes turn pink when mature and have a very pleasant taste. Excellent in salads or sandwiches. Disease Resistant Indeterminate
  1. Polish Linguisa – HEIRLOOM  73 days. Huge 9 oz. sausage shape tomatoes. Delicious fresh or used for sauce. Heavy yields.  Indeterminate.


  1. Porterhouse Beefsteak – 80 days. Plump fruits from 2-4 lbs. each.  The luscious flesh is deep red all the way through with just the right balance of meaty solids and succulent juice.  Smooth texture and rich, old-fashioned flavor make this the greatest extra-large beefsteak.
  1. Pruden’s Purple – HEIRLOOM 75 days.  Large, dark pink fruit that mature quite early, with delicious flavor and good production. Indeterminate
  1. Red Cherry Large – 72 days. An excellent salad tomato, with clusters of 5 on spreading, hardy vines, with dark green foliage. Full-season, high yields of deep scarlet, round, 1 to 1-1/4″ diameter, flavorful fruits. Green fruits may be pickled, while ripe ones are used fresh or for preserves. Indeterminate
  1. Red Pear – HEIRLOOM 70 days.  One of the rarest heirloom varieties grown today.  Heavy yield of small (1oz.) red pear shaped fruits with few seeds.  Perfect for salads, sauces or pickles.  Determinate.


  1. Red Zebra – 77 days. 2 ½” fruits that are fire engine red with yellow stripes. Very uniform and sweet.
  1. Reisentraube – HEIRLOOM 80 days.  This German heirloom variety means “giant bunch of grapes”.  Bouquet-type blossoms turn into bunches of 30-40 small oval red fruit with pointed ends.  Flavor is excellent, offering taste found in larger tomatoes.  Indeterminate
  1. Richardson – HEIRLOOM 90 days.  Grown by the Richardson family in Tennessee for many years. Regular-leaf, tomato plants yield GIGANTIC, 5-inch, 1-3 pound, smooth, dark-pink, very meaty beefsteak tomatoes with an abundance of pronounced, complex, well-balanced, sweet/acidy flavor. A good showplace tomato. An even better bragging tomato. A perfect choice for slicing into a sandwich tomato or salad tomato.  Indeterminate
  1. Rocky – HEIRLOOM 75 days.  This heirloom is an incredibly large paste tomato, with each meaty fruit growing to 6” long and weighing between 8 and 12 ounces.  They have a very well balanced, full tomato flavor and are perfect for cooking into sauce, but delicious enough to eat fresh.  Indeterminate
  1. Roma – 75 days. Heavy crop of red pear-shaped (1.5-2.0oz.) fruits, meaty, perfect for sauces, pastes & ketchup.  Determinate.
  1. Rutgers – HEIRLOOM 75 days. Rutgers was developed by the Campbell Soup Company in 1928 from a cross of Marglobe and J.T.D.  A short, bushy, compact, determinate tomato plant that yields 7 oz., dark-red tomatoes with thick walls that are loaded with delicious flavors. Excellent tomato for canning. Disease Resistant.
  1. San Marzano – HEIRLOOM 70-80 days. Compared to the Roma Tomatoes with which most people are familiar, Marzano tomatoes are thinner and pointier in shape. The red flesh is much thicker with fewer seeds, and the taste is much stronger, sweeter and less acidic. (5-8oz.) Holds well on the vine and in storage.  Extra-high solid content is perfect for canning.
  1. Sausage – HEIRLOOM 75 days. Plant produces good yields of large 6″ long red tomatoes. Very flavorful. Excellent for making ketchup, paste, and sauces. Also suitable for canning. Indeterminate
  1. Sioux – HEIRLOOM 70 days.  Incredible flavor and reliably large harvests even in hot weather.  This red tomato has a flavor that’s sweet yet tangy and full of vitamins. (6oz.)  Indeterminate
  1. Slabaugh’s Famous Strawberry – HEIRLOOM Large meaty heart shaped pink tomato.  Grows to 5-6’ tall.  Fruit averages 2.5 lbs. and is great sliced or used when canning.  Heavy yields.
  1. Snow White – HEIRLOOM 75 Days.  Ivory-white 1 ½” fruits that ripen to pale yellow. Sweet flavor. A great snacking tomato or salad tomato.
  1. Stump of the World New for 2020 HEIRLOOM 80 days.  Dark pink beefsteak fruit reach about one pound and grow on potato-leaved vines. Stump of the World is a bit smaller and more productive than Brandywine, but like Brandywine, offers outstandingly rich, complex flavor. Indeterminate.
  1. Stupice – HEIRLOOM 53 days.  A native of Czechoslovakia, where its extreme earliness, tolerance to cold, superior flavor and high yields have earned it worldwide attention.  Averages 87 fruits per plant.  Tomatoes (2 inches) have a sugary sweet flavor.  Indeterminate
  1. SunsugarNew for 2020 62 days. Very sweet golden orange cherry, thin-skinned, 1-in. fruit has good crack resistance. Indeterminate
  1. Sun Gold Hybrid – 65 days. Thin-skinned bite sized golden fruits, sweet & juicy; perfect for snacking. Exceptional yields of clustered tomatoes. One of the sweetest tomatoes.  Indeterminate
  1. Sunny Goliath – HEIRLOOM 70 days.  Plant produces good yields of 6-7 oz globe-shaped, yellow gold tomatoes. The tomatoes are firm and flavorful, and have low acid content. Excellent for salads and slicing. Indeterminate
  1. Super Italian Paste – HEIRLOOM 73 days   Paste tomatoes shaped like banana peppers are about 6” long, deep orange-red and sweet with very little juice and few seeds.  These tomatoes are all meat and make great paste and sauce.  Heirloom variety.
  1. Super Marzano –90 days. 5 oz. paste-type, red tomatoes with few seeds. Great for sauce.
  1. Super Fantastic – 70 days. Large, round red tomatoes all season long. 10 oz. tomatoes are juicy, meaty, and very flavorful. Indeterminate
  1. Super Sauce – Weighing in at 2-lbs., Super Sauce produces gallons of luscious, seedless sauce from a single plant harvest—one tomato fills an entire sauce jar. Super Sauce is delicious and versatile as a salad tomato, and is perfect for a meaty and tasty hamburger slice. Easy-to-grow, indeterminate, disease-free plants yield a summer long supply of the exquisitely-flavored marinara, tomato gravy or meat sauce plus plenty for slicing and salads.
  1. Supersonic – 70 days VF. Big, red fruits with flavor, size and quality! Midseason fruits are firm, meaty, very large and slightly oblate in shape – smooth, with excellent resistance to cracking.
  1. Supersteak Hybrid – 80 days   The Burpee’s Super Tomato is a tremendous yielding tomato variety that is smooth, mild, and meaty and ripens uniformly to a deep scarlet. Fruits weigh 1-2 pounds. One slice fills a sandwich or hamburger roll. Indeterminate
  1. Supersweet 100 – 65 days. This hybrid plant produces long strands of 100 or more super-sweet cherry tomatoes, weighing about 1 oz. and measuring 1” each.  Extra-high in Vitamin C.  Bears fruit throughout the season.  Indeterminate.
  1. Sweet 100 – 65 days. Bears 100 or more 1” sweet, red fruit – smaller than cherry tomatoes – in clusters on long branches. Indeterminate


  1. Sweet Chelsea – 64 days. Large cherry tomatoes all season long. Very sweet. Excellent for salads and snacks. Drought tolerant. Crack Resistant. Indeterminate


  1. Sweet Million – 70 days. 1″ red, really sweet, long clusters, resists cracking and disease better than Sweet 100. Indeterminate


  1. Thessaloniki – HEIRLOOM 66 days.  Great slightly acidic taste. 6 oz. fruits. Resists sun scald and cracking.  Indeterminate.


  1. Tumbling Tom 45 days. Cherry, cascading red, for patio basket, 3/4 oz. fruits all summer, well branched, high yield, sweet. Determinate


  1. Viva Italia Hybrid  72 days Plant produces good yields of very flavorful and solid red plum shaped 3oz. fruit. Tomatoes turn deep red when mature. This variety is excellent for eating fresh, as well for canning & freezing, and making paste, sauce, and salsa. Disease Resistant: VFFNA, Bacterial Speck. Determinate.


  1. White Queen – HEIRLOOM 85 days.  Beefsteak-style fruit weighs to 10 oz. Some fruits have a pink blush or streaks that ripen to a pale creamy yellow. Great for gourmet salads or sandwiches.  Indeterminate
  1. Whopper (Park’s) – 65 days. Early, red tomato (12 oz. and larger) with good flavor. Disease and crack resistant. Indeterminate


  1. Yellow Brandywine – HEIRLOOM 95 days. Large, yellow fruits are 1-1 ½ lbs. Rich and delicious flavor. Indeterminate


  1. Yellow Pear – HEIRLOOM 78 days. This extremely old variety makes a vigorous plant, which bears enormous numbers of bright yellow, bite-sized fruit. The flavor is deliciously tangy. Perfect for summer party hors d’oeuvres.













Tomato – Husk Type



  1. Ground Cherry – HEIRLOOM 70 days. Husk tomato that ripens orange. Loved in pies. Low growing prolific vine. Indeterminate


  1. Tomatillo Goldie Husk – 75 days. Small orange berry in a papery lantern-like husk, 3/4″, wild sweet flavor, well-branched, eat fruit fresh or preserve. Determinate


  1. Tomatillo Grande Rio Verde – 82 days. Special selection, large apple-green 3-4 oz. globes, strong plants do not need stakes, high yield. Determinate






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