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Abe Lincoln Tomato Plant Amana Orange Tomato Plant Amish Paste Oxheart Tomato
Abe Lincoln
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Amana Orange
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Amish Paste
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Abe Lincoln : A popular heirloom tomato introduced in Illinois in 1923 by the Buckbee Seed Co. These tomato plants produce brilliant red, round, medium-sized, 12 oz. tomatoes in clusters up to 9. A good disease resistant tomato. Delicious, rich, slightly acidic tomato flavors.


Amana Orange : Huge heirloom beefsteak tomato named for the Amana Colonies in Iowa. This plant produces big, regular leaf plants that produce above average amounts of beautiful light-orange, irregular shaped (fluted) heirloom tomatoes that can grow to 2 pounds or more, with an average diameter of 5 inches. Excellent sweet, almost tropical fruit flavors.



Amish Paste : Very productive old Amish heirloom from Wisconsin that produces up to 8 to 12 oz., deep-red oxheart-shaped, meaty fruit that dates back to the turn of the century. Lots of sweet, tomato flavor from this coreless meaty fruit that is not too acidic; therefore making it a great slicing and sauce tomato.


Andrew Rahart's Jumbo Red Tomato Arkansas Traveler Tomato Plant Aussie Tomato Plant
Andrew Rahart's Jumbo Red
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Arkansas Traveler
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Aussie
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Andrew Rahart's Jumbo Red Tomato Plant : This New York heirloom beefsteak (passed down from Andrew through his son John) has 12 to 16-ounce fruit with intensely red skin and dense flesh. This rich delicious juicy tomato will likely burst in your mouth.


Arkansas Traveler Tomato Plant : A 100 year old heirloom tomato that was grown throughout the South from northwest Arkansas to North Carolina. This plant produces indeterminate, regular-leaf, 6', vigorous tomato plants that yield abundant crops of 8-ounce, round rose-pink tomatoes Considered to be one of the best tasting tomato varieties with well balanced sweet/tart flavors. Arkansas Traveler is much esteemed for its ability to produce flavorful tomatoes under normally adverse conditions high heat, humidity or drought. Resistant to cracking and disease.


Aussie Tomato Plant : A favorite heirloom tomato variety from Australia. A dependable red heirloom tomato for the market, home and as a show tomato. This tomato plant produces indeterminate, regular-leaf tomato plants that dependably yield picture-perfect, copious amounts of 1-2 lb., glossy-red, meaty, fluted, beefsteak tomatoes that are LOADED with delicious, bold, rich and complex tomatoey flavors. Great disease resistance. Good show tomato. One to impress your friends with....A winner!


Big Rainbow Tomato Plant Big Zac Tomato Black Ethiopian Tomato
Big Rainbow
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Big Zac
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Black Ethiopian
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Big Rainbow Tomato Plant : This spectacular beefsteak heirloom tomato was originally from Polk County, MN with aflavor that is mild and sweet. This plant produces big, sprawling, indeterminate, regular-leaf tomato plants that yield moderate to large crops of 1-2 lb. rib-shouldered bi-colored beefsteak tomatoes with gold flesh with beautiful red streaks running throughout. As fruits ripen they have a rainbow appearance: greens on the shoulder, yellow, orange, gold in the middle, and red on the blossom end. Fruit often has dynamic red splotches inside and on bottom. Very juicy and fruity sweet. Good disease resistance. A late producer. Great for slicing thick into sandwiches or salads.


Big Zac Tomato Plant : Ggigantic and very delicious tomato normally reaches 4 lbs., and can reach 5 to 7 lbs. Developed by Minnie Zaccaria of New Jersey, a kind and kindred spirit, who has been growing big championship tomatoes for more than 20 years and has won the biggest tomato contest 7 times. She create this humungous fruit by crossing the largest heirloom tomato varieties she could find and finally came up with this amazing whopper of a tomato. Tomato are meaty and delicious, very disease resistant



Black Ethiopian Tomato Plant : A favorite Russian heirloom tomato. Originally from the Ukraine region. This plant produce vigorous indeterminate, regular-leaf tomato plants that yield copious amounts of red-mahogany-bronze, 5-oz., plum-shaped fruit. Exceptional, rich, fruity, tangy taste. Rare tomato plant.

Brandywine Red Tomato Plant Bulls Heart Tomato Cherokee Purple Tomato
Brandywine Red ( Potato Leaf )
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Bull's Heart
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Cherokee Purple
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Brandywine Red Tomato Plant ( Potato Leaf ) : Red Brandywine is an Old Amish beefsteak heirloom dating back to 1885. Named after Brandywine Creek in Chester County, PA. Large, vigorous vines produce 8-12 ounce, deep-red fruits in clusters of 4 to 6. Excellent, robust, old-fashioned tomatoey flavors.



Bull's Heart Tomato Plant : Old Russian variety from Vavilov Institute that yields, 1 to 2-pound, oxheart-shaped, pink fruit with few seeds and great taste.


Cherokee Purple Tomato Plant : Heirloom from Tennessee cultivated by Native American Cherokee tribe and is at least 100 years old. Very productive indeterminate plants producing loads of dusky rose to purple colored, 12 to 16 oz., beefsteak tomatoes with deep red colors to the interior flesh and dark shoulders. A very popular market variety because of it's rich, complex and sweet flavors. One of the best tasting heirloom tomatoes. Often compared to Brandywine exceptional quality and is a perfect slicer for tomato sandwiches.



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Delicious
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Fantastic
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German Giant
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Delicious Tomato Plant : Above average yields of 1 to 2-pound wide globes to ribbed beefsteakes. Scarlet-red and Delicious! An American favorite.


Fantastic Tomato Plant : Solid and meaty 10 oz tomatoes have smooth skin. Produce high yields all summer. The 3 to 5 inch fruit makes a great slicer as the fruit is very solid.

German Giant Tomato Plant : Big potato leaf plant producing an abundant crop of very large, 2 lb. beautiful, deep-pink tomatoes that are similar to the famed Brandywine but matures earlier. Full of rich, complex, sweet flavors that you look for in a variety that is to be highlighted in your garden.


Grandfather Ashlock Tomato Hillbilly Tomato Plant Homestead Tomato Plant
Grandfather Ashlock
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Hillbilly
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Homestead
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Grandfather Ashlock Tomato Plant : One of three Ashlock brothers who served George Washington during the Revolutionary War settled in Kentucky. Carl Ashlock, now of Franklin, North Carolina, is descended from that patriot. Carl and his father and grandfather farmed in Kentucky in the 1920's, however, where they grew a large, pink, tomato variety, the seed of which, Carl shared with a few tomato growers. This heirloom plant produces large potato-leaf tomato plants that yield exceptionally delicious, 12-16 oz., pink, beefsteak tomatoes with a sweet, well-balanced taste. Rare tomato variety.

Hillbilly Tomato Plant : An Ohio heirloom beefsteak originally from West Virginia producing 1-2 lb. huge, heavily-ribbed, orange-yellow fruit with red mottled skin and red streaks within. Very sweet, fruity flavors. Low acid. Try it in big slices with other colored tomatoes.



Homestead Tomato Plant : Great for hotter growing regions in the South since this variety sets fruit even in hot weather. Big, leafy vines produce huge amounts of smooth, red, round fruits with good taste. Resistance to cat facing.



Japanese Black Trifele Tomato Long Tom Tomato Marianna's Peace Tomato
Japanese Black Trifele
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Long Tom
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Marianna's Peace
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Japanese Black Trifele Tomato Plant : Russian origin. In Russia the Trifele varieties of tomatoes (of which there are several colors) are highly prized and command big prices. This short potato leaf plant yields prolific quantities of 6 oz. fruit that looks like a beautiful mahogany-colored Bartlett pear with greenish shoulders. Very tasty flesh with a meaty core that produces luscious fruit all summer long. A work of art sliced out on a plate and a wonderful flavor that possesses extraordinary rich and complex flavors. The Black Trifele is one of the blackest varieties available and is resistant to cracking.
Long Tom Tomato Plant : Old family heirloom originally sent to Ben Quisenberry by a friend living in Pennsylvania. This plant produces indeterminate, regular-leaf, vigorous plants that bear huge amounts of very long (up to 9 inches), meaty, red paste tomatoes with very few seeds. Their sweet flavor and meaty texture make this an excellent choice as a sauce tomato. Also good as a salad tomato or just for eating fresh off the vine. Tomatoes hardly ever crack. This is a superior paste tomato. Another wonderful novelty tomato.


Marianna's Peace Tomato Plant : Pink heirloom tomato that originated in Czechoslovakia. Seed was smuggled out of Czechoslovakia during WWII though the legacy of these seeds that extends back to the early 1900s. 1-2 lb., pink beefsteak tomatoes. Dense, creamy, sweet flesh with rich complex, old tomatoey flavors. Great gift for the tomato lover. Marianna's Peace has become one of the top ten tomatoes for gourmands worldwide and it has been said that it is one of the three finest tasting tomatoes in existence. Is an indeterminate variety.


Mortgage Lifter Tomato Mr. Stripey Tomato Oxheart Red Tomato
Mortgage Lifter
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Mr. Stripey
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Oxheart Red
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Mortgage Lifter Tomato Plant : tomato plants are a heirloom - beefsteak variety. Developed by M.C. Byles in the 1930’s, this tomato remains very much in demand in the Mid-Atlantic states. Mr. Byles, affectionately known as "Radiator Charlie" earned his nickname from the radiator repair business he opened at the foot of a steep hill on which trucks would often overheat. Radiator Charlie, who had no formal education or plant breeding experience, created this legendary tomato by cross-breeding four of the largest tomatoes he was able to find and developed a stable variety after six years of pollination and selection. He then sold his tomato plants for one dollar each (in the 1940’s) and paid off the six thousand dollar mortgage on his house in six years. It is said that each spring, gardeners drove as far as 200 miles to buy Charlie’s seedling tomatoes. The large, slightly flattened, pink-red fruits that range from 1 pound to more than 3 pounds, are meaty, very flavorful and have few seeds.



Mr. Stripey Tomato Plant : Bicolor fruits have yellow flesh and a pink center. This heirloom plant has fruit that is mild and low-acid.


Oxheart Red Tomato Plant : Large 1 lb red heart shaped tomatoes. Heirloom variety that is very flavorful and meaty. Great for making tomato sauce. This is a favorite old fashioned tomato that is firm, meaty, and solid and contains few seeds and is a dark pinkish-red in color. This 1925 heirloom tomato has exceptional flavor and excellent productivity.



Pineapple Hawaiian Tomato Ponderosa Pink Tomato Red Fig Tomato
Pineapple Hawaii12an
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Ponderosa Pink
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Red Fig
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Pineapple Hawaiian Tomato Plant : A large, golden-orange beefsteak with fruit that that grows up to 1-1/2 lbs. When fruit is ripe it has a lucious, very rich, sweet pineapple like flavor.



Ponderosa Pink Tomato Plant : a.k.a. Henderson's Ponderosa. Heirloom introduced in 1891 by Peter Henderson. From (Grandma Anne) Ponderosa from Luxembourg around 1870 and (grandfather) Wallace Hoss- Tentinger, LeMars, Iowa. Plant produces moderate yields of 1-2 lb. smooth, pink, beefsteak fruit with very good flavor. Great slicing tomato with few seeds.


Red Fig Tomato Plant : The Red Fig tomatoes have been grown in America since the 18th century. The Red Fig is an heirloom tomato named for a sweet delicacy that was made with this tomato and popular in the mid 1800s. Historically they were dried and packed away for winter use in substitute of figs. This plant produces big leafy, indeterminate, regular-leaf tomato plants that yield hundreds of 1 1/2-inch, pear-shaped, bright-red cherry tomatoes that have wonderful, delicious, sweet flavors with a very sweet skin, making this a delightful snacking tomato. Red Fig is a tasty and colorful complement to Beam's Yellow Pear. A perfect choice to serve in a tomato salad or as a tasty decoration to culinary creations and to use for making a delicious tomato chutney.

To make the “figs,” boiling water was poured over the tomatoes to remove the skins and then the skinless tomatoes were placed in a stone jar with equal parts sugar to tomatoes. The resulting syrup was then removed from the jar and boiled and skimmed. The process was repeated over two days, with intervals of cooling. Finally, the tomatoes were dried in the sun for about a week at which point they were packed in small wooden boxes, with fine, white sugar between every layer. Tomatoes prepared in this manner were said to keep for years. (Note: A great 1840s family recipe is available in Heirloom Vegetable Gardening by William Woys Weaver.) Rare tomato seeds.


Yellow Pear Tomato
Yellow Pear
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Yellow Pear Tomato Plant : This plant produces huge, bushy plants that yield very large quantities of 1 oz., 1 1/2-inch, bright yellow, pear-shaped cherry tomatoes that will give you fruit until frost. The tomatoes of this yellow pear tomato variety are zesty sweet and delicious. A beautiful salad or snackin' tomato. If you are growing several colors of cherry tomatoes include this one. A great tomato choice for a patio or planter garden. A good producer even in cooler coastal regions.