The Great Tomato Line Up

    • AMANA ORANGE- produces huge fluted golden orange beefsteaks.  Tomatoes can weigh up to 2 lbs.  Excellent sweet flavor.
      AMISH PASTE - red, medium size, sauce and slicing.  Slow Food Movement favorite.
      ANANAS NOIR – red/yellow/purple, aka Black Pineapple, large fruit to 1½ lbs.

      ANNA RUSSIAN –heart shaped, pink/red, 75 days, indeterminate, early, 5-17 oz., Early

      AUNT GINNY’S PURPLE – 1 pound beefsteak, resists cracking, delicious!
      BEAM’S YELLOW PEAR-  the best of the yellow pear tomatoes.
    • BEAUTY KING - high yield of 14-20 oz. bi colored fruit. Brad Gates Good flavor.
    • BIG BEEF—10-12 oz. red beefsteak.  Superior disease resistance V-1, F-1, F-2, ASC, ToMV, St.N).  Hybrid. Indeterminate.
    • BIG SUNGOLD SELECT (a.k.a. Sungold Select II) - Seed saver alert: a new open pollinated variety of SunGold. Same sweet tangy taste. Not yet completely stable. A red variation may occasionally occur in this ordinarily deep gold cherry tomato.
    • BLACK BRANDYWINE (a.k,a TRUE BLACK BRANDYWINE)- large, dusky rose purple fruit with rich sweet flavor and good yields. 
    • BLACK CHERRY – high yield, deep purple/mahogany fruits with rich, complex flavor
    • BLACK ICICLE- Beautiful paste tomato. The thick-walled, burgundy-brown fruits are oblong with a pointed end. It is very productive.  One of the most nutritious toms.
    • BLACK FROM TULA - largest of the blacks; 3-4” dark brown fruit. Rich taste.  
    • BLACK KRIM – reliable black tomato, mid-season. Popular intense flavor. 
    • BLACK PLUM - deep mahogany 2” plum shaped fruits. Mid-season. Long keeper.
    • BLACK PRINCE-  mid season, 2-3 o.z fruit, true black flavor, good for cool season,
    • BLACK SEAMAN- small plants yield an abundance of 12-16 oz. tomatoes that are rich mahogany colored with olive green shoulders when mature.  Inside of tomato is deep, redish  green loaded with excellent full-bodied complex flavors.  Does well in midsize containers.
    • BLACK ZEBRA- This deep burgundy tomato has jagged green stripes on the outside and solid mahogany-colored flesh inside. Sweet and juicy, its flavor also carries the rich complexity associated with black tomatoes.. Vigorous plants produce an abundance of 3 to 4 oz. tomatoes. Indeterminate. 75 days.
    • BLOODY BUTCHER – early/reliable producer of 2-4 oz. red fruits. Compares to Stupice.
    • BLONDKOPFCHEN - great tasting ½” brilliant yellow-gold grapes. Prolific and disease resistant. 
    • BLUE BEAUTY- Wild Boar Farms introduction .Beefsteak-type slicers, weighing up to 8 ounces, high in anti-oxidants; good flavor and sunscald and crack resistant.
    • BLUSH-an elongated, plump bullet shaped 21/2 inch.  cherry.  Radiant golden fruit that are drizzled with ruby streaks.  Won an award for its complex flavor at Territorial Seed tasting event last year. 70 days.
    • BOX CAR WILLIE - good all-purpose 10-16 oz tomato.  Resists disease and cracking. 
    • BRANDYWINE - large, dark pink fruit, delicious. Late season. Productive. 
    • BRAVE GENERAL - Good yields of rich, sweet tasting raspberry-pink  globes weighting up to one lb. each.  A Russian import.
    • BURBANK SLICING - Red round slicer, 70 days, Hybrid, Open-Pollinated, Determinate
    • CANDY SWEET ICICLE- Striped, pointed mini-plums.  Sweet fruity flavor.  KJ winner.
    • CARBON - Large purple-black, 76 days. Open-pollinated, Heirloom, Indeterminate.
    • CASPIAN PINK - Large flat pink fruit, mild and sweet, 80 days.  Heirloom, Indeterminate
    • CHADWICK CHERRY - Vigorous red clusters, 70 days. a.k.a. Camp Joy.
    • CHIEROKEE GREEN- 8-12 oz. good tasting fruits with green flesh and green-yellow skin with amber to red color on the blossom end. Good productivity and disease tolerance
    • CHEROKEE PURPLE - Deep purple-red, dense juicy texture, 80 days
    • CHIANTI ROSE - Thin skinned, medium size rose pink fruit, 80 days.  Heirloom, Indeterminate
    • CHOCOLATE CHERRY-  1” purplish-red delectable tomatoes.  Prolific vines bear numerous trusses with 6-8 crack resistant fruits.
    • CHOCOLATE STRIPE - award-winning. Green colored stripes. Delicious. Mid-Season.
    • COMSTOCK SAUCE AND SLICE:  beautiful deep red roma shaped fruits weighing up to 1 lb.  Few seeds. Good for eating/cookin
    • CONTAINER TOMATO SUPER BUSH - see Super Bush. 
    • COPIA - Bi-colored golden yellow and red, 80 days, Indeterminate
    • COSMONAUT VOLKOV - 72 days, semi-determ. Yields in cool weather. Taste winner. Lg Red.
    • COSTOLUTO GENOVESE - Lg. red, meaty, fluted fruit good for saucing or eating fresh.    78 days.  Indeterminate.
    • COUR DI BUE – low seeds, good for drying, saucing or eating fresh.  85 days, oramge-red  Heirloom
    • CRIMSON CARMELLO - Medium red round, 70 days. Disease resistant. Hybrid, Indeterminate
    • DELICIOUS- above average yields of scarlet-red, meaty, beefsteak tomato with rich, old-fashioned tomato flavors.  This is the record holding large tomato with 7plus pounds.  Won’t get that big here.
    • DJENA LEE'S GOLDEN GIRL - Medium yellow-orange, sweet   flavor, 78 days. Slow Food favorite.
    • DOCTOR CAROLYN - fantastic cream colored 1” cherries ripen to pale yellow.  Excellent taste.
    • DWARF JADE BEAUTY-bears sweet, round green (with red tinge) fruit.  Grows four feet tall.  Beautiful rugose foliage.
    • DRUZBA- deep red, almost perfect  fruit of ½ lb to 1lb borne in clusters of 3-5. Balanced flavor. Bulgarian “friendship” tomato. 
    • EVAN’S PURPLE PEAR- good to very good production of 2-3 oz cluster purple pear shaped fruit. As yummy as it’s Pruden’s purple parent.  Excellent disease resistance.
    • FLAME (a.k.a. Hillbilly) - Orange yellow w/mottled red streaks. Sweet.
    • FLAMME - see Juane Flamme.
    • FOURTH OF JULY - Early, vine-ripened red luscious, 49 days. Hybrid
    • GARDENERS’ DELIGHT (a.k.a. Sugar Lump) - Sweet German heirloom produces heavy yields straight through until frost. Clusters of 6 to 12 smooth, deep-red fruits, each averaging 3/4" to 1" in diameter. Excellent eating quality and flavor.
    • GERMAN STRAWBERRY - Big, flavorful 1-lb fruit are shaped like a giant, red strawberry. These beautiful tomatoes are loaded with a rich, sweet flavor. With only a small amount of seeds and juice, they are great for canning and sandwiches.
    • GLACIER - ultra-early red tomato.  Bears loads of 2-3 in fruit.
    • GOLDMAN’S ITALIAN AMERICAN- Pear-shaped meaty tomatoes. Intense red color and equally intense tomato taste.  Meaty with few seeds.  Eat fresh or cooking.    
    • GRANNY CANTRELL – pink/red beefsteak on large vine, mid-season, indeterminate, heirloom
    • GREEN DOCTORS - best tasting green cherry. Grows in clusters of 6 -8.
    • GREEN GIANT- produces large, sweet, perfect green fruit.  Winner HFHG taste test.
    • HILLBILLY (a.k.a. Flame.) - SEE FLAME. 
    • INCA JEWELS – Roma-style container tomatoes bred for extra-heavy yields on space saving 3 ft, plants. Delicious for eating/cooking.
    • INDIGO BLUE BEAUTY - see Blue Beauty.
    • INDIGO GOLD BERIES- ripen to glowing golden with a hint of purple.  Visually stunning and delicious cherry tomatoes.   
    • ITALIAN TREE TOMATO- bears 1-2 lbs sweet, meaty red tomatoes.  Vines grow 15 feet. Good choice for south facing wall. 
    • JAPANESE BLACK TRIFELE – 81 days, indeterminate purple/black pear shaped fruit. Sublime!
    • JASPER-award winning red cherry tomato with high yields, very vigorous and high yielding. Resists late blight and early blight. ¾ inch sweet fruits. 
    • JUANE FLAMME – 75 days. Prolific French heirloom. 11/2”- 2” persimmon orange, full-flavored.
    • JULIA CHILD – 85 days, great flavor, red beefsteak, indeterminate, a Julia Child favorite. 
    • JULIET - Red, elongated cherry, indet, resists late blight and leaf spot, crack resistant, sweet, hybrid.
    • LIZZANO - AAS winner. Looking for a container tomato plant that won’t take over your entire patio or deck? Lizzano is a well-behaved, compact variety that is ideal for hanging or growing in small spaces. Very hardy plant resists late blight, will produce bright red, 1-inch tomatoes throughout the season.  63 days. 
    • LUCID GEM -A wonderful beefsteak style tomato having dazzling fruits with bright color inside and out. The fruits are neon orange, with strong indigo-purple coloration. Flesh is also orange, with deep red splotches. Sweet and juicy, meaty flesh with minimal seeds. Produces late in season. 
    • KATJA - early crop of 3-5 inch pink slicers. Produces even in cool climates & semi-shade.
    • KELLOGG’S BREAKFAST - large yellow/orange fruit (1-2 lbs). Productive and tasty.
    • MARMANDE - Old French variety. Produces dependable heavy, clusters of 6-ounce deep red, slightly flattened, oblate fruits that are meaty, lightly lobed & have an excellent, complex, slightly tart taste. Does well in Sonoma Co’s cooler weather. 
    • MARVEL STRIPE - Lovely bi-colored tomato, red and gold, a local favorite. Heirloom.
    • MATINA - This very early variety bears loads of 2 to 4 oz. red fruit with terrific flavor. The fact that its fruit is ripe up to a full month earlier than many beefsteak varieties makes Matina really special. Potato-leaved plants put on large clusters of abundant tomatoes, Continues to bear throughout a long season. Heirloom from Germany. 58 days.
    • MICHAEL POLLAN - Pointed pear shaped fruit, green with yellow stripes, sweet and productive. 
    • MISSOURI PINK LOVE APPLE - 78 days, high yield, large pink fruit, outstanding flavor.
    • MORETON HYBRID - A tomato connoisseur’s favorite. Its large, meaty, delicious fruit mature early. It has an oblate shape and rich red color. Resistant to Verticillium.
    • MORADO - high yield of 10-16 oz purple pink fruit with excellent taste. Crack resistant.
    • MOSKVICH (AKA MOSCOVITCH):  Deep red 4-6 ounce fruits, uniform and globular. Produced abundantly, the crack-resistant fruits are of outstandingly good flavor. 58 DAY
    • MORTGAGE LIFTER – Huge pink beefsteak, Indeterminate, mid-season, FVN, Heirloom
    • MORAVSKY DIV- Tasty and very early with red golf ball sized fruit.  Productive all season.  Determinate plant should do well in containers.
    • MUCHTAR’S MAGIC-the perfect yellow tomato and a Harvest for the Hungry exclusive.
    • NEPAL- produces an abundant crop of 6-10 oz. smooth, round, scarlet red tomatoes with intense sweet, rich flavors. This variety sold for $40 a plant two years ago at a charity event.  
    • NEW GIRL - earlier and more disease resistant than Early Girl. Med fruits.  58 days.
    • NYAGOUS - Russian 6 oz. “black” tomato. Blemish-free, delicious, crack-resistant.  Mid-Season 
    • OREGON SPRING – Early large tomato. Good for cool growing areas. Determinate. 
    • PAUL ROBESON – Purple/black large beefsteak, indeterminate, midseason, Heirloom.
    • PEACEVINE CHERRY - Name refers to the high amino acid content which has a calming effect on the body. According to Seeds of Change, this indeterminate variety had the highest Vitamin C content in a cherry tomato among 30 varieties analyzed by Rutgers. 75 days.
    • PERSIMMON - heavy yields of 12 oz to 2 lb. fruit. Meaty, sweet, few seeds. Mid-season
    • PIERCE’S PRIDE - Deep black red color.  One pound fruits. Big producer. Mid-season.
    • PINEAPPLE - Abundant bi-colored red/yellow beefsteak.  Heirloom, Indeterminate.
    • PINEAPPLE PIG - 1 lb. +, Large, Meaty, Creamy Yellow Striped Bi-color with Rose Blush  – Sweet Huge, Late and Worth the Wait.
    • PINK BERKELEY TIE DYE - port wine beefsteak with metallic green stripes. Kendall Jackson winner.
    • POLISH C- good yield of dark pink beefsteaks in one pound range. Breathtaking taste.
    • PORK CHOP – rare, locally developed; yellow w/green stripes ripening to gold. Tasty. Mid-season.
    • PRINCIPE BORGHESE- favorite drying tomato. Back by demand.
    • PRUDEN’S PURPLE - Dark pink shin and crimson flesh, large. Heirloom
    • RED BOAR - This 2-4 ounce gem has amazing yellow red stripes, is a great producer. Brad Gates
    • RED PEAR – see Evan’s Purple Pear or Principe Borghese.   
    • RED SIBERIAN (SIBERIAN RED) - abundant clusters of 4oz bright red flavorful fruit. Produces in the coolest of weather.  55 days.
    • ROMA-  firm, meaty 3” long fruits with few seeds on compact vines that are very productive.  Most fruits ripen at the same time which makes this a good choice for canning.  
    •  ROSE DE BERNE - Easy to grow dark pink 4-8 oz. tomato. Sweet meaty Swiss heirloom. 75 days.
    • RUSSIAN ROSE - Good producer of outstandingly sweet 12 oz. rose colored tomatoes.
    • SAN MARZANO - red, 80 days, indet., 4-5" fruits, 4-5' plants, better cooked, paste, disease resistant.
    • SCOTIA - ultra early tomato sets 4 oz fruit even in cool weather. Popular in Maritime Canada.
    • SEBASTOPOL - 3/4-inch, red cherry tomatoes -sweet tasting with a spark of tart flavors. Rare,delicious,  and well suited for cooler regions summer climates. A wonderful salad tomato or snacking tomato.
    • SIBERIAN RED - see Red Siberian.
    • SHAH (aka WHITE MIKADO) -Good producer of 8-12 oa creamy parchment colored tomatoes that are sweet and flavorful.  More intense flavor than most whites and a local prize winner.    
    • SILETZ - A very large, early tomato. Good for cooler areas. Some disease resistance.
    • SILVERY FIR TREE - Traditional Russian variety with distinctive carrot-like silvery-gray foliage on compact 24" plants. Heavy crops of round, slightly flattened 4-5 oz fruits red fruits. Unique decorative variety that is a real eye catcher. Does well in hanging baskets or on patios.
    • SNOW WHITE CHERRY - Ivory-colored cherry tomatoes/ sweet and popular with kids. 
    • SOLAR FLARE - “WOW!” tomato with “”WOW!” tasted.  Red with gold stripes, 6-10 oz. and prolific. Brad Gates calls this tomato a “workhorse”. 
    • SOPHIES CHOICE - early producer with large red fruit on small plant.  Tasty.
    • STRIPED MARVEL – see Marvel Stripe
    • STUPICE – Czech tomato. Cold tolerant. Early.  A Harvest for the Hungry favorite- grow ‘em always.
    • SUMMER OF LOVE-  an 8=16 oz improved version of Berkeley Tie Dye. A favorite tomato made even better.  Note we still have Pink Berkeley Tie Dye. 
    • SUN CHERRY - -69High yielding early cherry tomato.  Red sister to Sungold so the one fourth inch fruits are super sweet. 
    • SUNGOLD – Golden Hybrid Cherry, disease resistant.
    • SUNGOLD SELECT II - see Big Sungold Select.
    • SUNSET’S RED HORIZON - Huge, delicious, meaty and heart-shaped.  Name reflects how well adapted this Russian variety is to West Coast.
    • SUPER FANTASTIC HYBRID-  Heavy yields of solid, meaty, smooth fruits weighing an average of 10 ounces each. Strong disease resistance.  VF
    • SUPER SWEET 100 – Cherry, scarlet, grows in clusters. Hybrid VF
    • SWEET CARNEROS PINK – rose pink with gold stripes; 2-4 oz. Huge producer from Brad Gates.     
    • SWEET MILLION - Cherry, grows in clusters, red. Hybrid   F
    • TIFFEN MENNONITE- big 16 oz. beefsteak.  Richly sweet and disease resistant. 
    • THESALONIKI – red, indet. 75 days, fungus and crack resistance, keeps well. Heirloom.
    • TZI BI U – Chinese tomato known for its beauty; also known as
    • Violet Jasper. 
    • TURKISH STRIPED MONASTERY - two inch beautifully striped tomatoes.  Good production all summer.
    • UKRAINIAN HEART-produces heart –shaped fruit; Few seeds, great flavor. Our heart is with our sister city, Cherkassy, Ukraine. 
    • VIOLET JASPER –-72 days: violet purple fruit with iridescent green stripes. Tasty. Amazing yields.
    • WAPSINICON PEACH - Slightly fuzzy pale-yellow skin and fruity, balanced flavor. Firm fruits have a blush tint when ripe and hold well on and off the vine. Outperformed Garden Peach in our trials. Field blight resistance. Indeterminate. 85 DAYS
    • WOODLE ORANGE – large round tangerine colored “perfect” fruit.  Favorite for flavor and yield. 75 days.
      YELLOW PEAR- see BEAM’S YELLOW PEAR. 

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