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    Our plants are grown in a 3 ½ inch pot and are carefully packaged with a small poly bag secured around the pot to contain the soil and then each pot has a corrugated sleeve wrapped around pot and plant and secured with corner locks then slid down in a heavy duty corrugated container to protect your shipment
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    All plants have been inspected and certified by Clemson University Department of Plant Industry to be shipped anywhere in the continental United States. As earlier stated, we are not certified organic, but grow naturally including seed starting media, potting media which includes a natural fertilizer charge and wetting agent in an addition to any insect and disease control products being natural.
    On final checkout page it will be required to check a NO /YES box for substitutions and enter a specific shipping week in the drop down box for shipping your tomato plants within the dates listed. Thank you for understanding that we are dealing with live plant material and constantly changing weather conditions. PLEASE SPECIFY YOUR SHIPPING WEEK ON FINAL CHECKOUT PAGE.
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    1884 Tomato
    1884
    Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
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    1884 Tomato Plant : Great old-time heirloom tomato said to have been discovered by James Lyde Williamson near Friendly W.Virginia in a pile of flood debris from the Ohio River in 1884. This plant produces a vigorous, regular leaf, tomato plant that yields large (1-2 lb.) dark pink fruit with lots of tomato flavors. Perfect tomato plant to include in your garden!



    Amish Russian Oxheart Tomato
    Anna Russian
    Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
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    Anna Russian Tomato Plant : An heirloom oxheart variety from Brenda Hillenius, of Oregon, who got from her grandfather, Kenneth Wilcox, who received seeds from a Russian immigrant. An excellent, gorgeous tomato. Early maturing for a heart-shaped tomato, the large, visually beautiful, pink-red fruit normally weighs about 1 pound. Superb rich old-fashioned tomato flavor with lots of juice.


    Aunt Ginnys Purple Tomato Plant
    Aunt Ginny's Purple
    Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
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    Aunt Ginny's Purple Tomato Plant : A productive heirloom beefsteak tomato of German origin that was brought into circulation by Rick Burkhart if Indiana whose family has raised it for 25 years. This tomato produces big, indeterminate, vigorous, potato-leaf tomato plants that yield abundant crops of 1-pound, deep-pink, juicy tomatoes with little cracking. Considered among the best heirloom tomatoes. Excellent tomato in salads and on sandwiches. Aunt Ginny's Purple is an American favorite tomato.


    Aunt Ruby German Green Tomato Plant
    Aunt Ruby German Green
    Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
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    Aunt Ruby German Green Tomato Plant : Heirloom beefsteak variety from Ruby Arnold of Greeneville, Tennessee who passed away in 1997. Slightly flattened, 1 pound fruit that ripens to a pale greenish-yellow ("lime jello green") with a slight pink blush that extends to the inside. Superb, fruity sweet and slightly spicy taste.


    Azoychka Tomato Plant
    Azoychka
    Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
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    Azoychka Tomato Plant : A very productive Russian heirloom found at the Bird Market in Moscow. ("Azoychka" is a woman's name.). An indeterminate, open-pollinated. regular-leaf tomato plant that produces an abundant crop (40-50 tomatoes per plant) of smooth, 3-inch, 10-16 oz., slightly flattened oblate, meaty, yellow/orange tomatoes with a luscious sweet citrusy flavor. Dependably productive, delicious and deservedly in demand. Unlike most yellow tomatoes this variety has a good acidic balance to it’s fruity sweetness resulting in lots of robust, complex flavors. A great variety suited to coastal and both warm to cooler growing regions. Produces well into the season. Great for eating in salads, sliced into a sandwich, cooking in sauces or canning. 68-78 days to maturity. Rare tomato seeds.



    Beefmaster Tomato
    Beefmaster
    Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
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    Beefmaster Tomato Plant : Massive beefsteak-type that is not only huge but very heavy-bearing, with mouth-watering giant red tomato. Excellent for salads or sandwiches. Suitable for home gardens and market growers.

    Beefy Boy Tomato Plants
    Beefy Boy
    Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
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    Beefy Boy Tomato Plant : tomato plants are a deep red- beefsteak that produces 12 to 16 oz. fruits that are round and smooth. Highly disease resistant beefsteak-type fruits have exceptional taste.

    Better Boy Tomato
    Better Boy
    Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
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    Better Boy Tomato Plant : Hybrid Tomato that is deep red, succulent, juicy yet meaty, up to a pound each. A trusted favorite for many years, and one of Piedmont Farm and Gardens best seller.



    Better Bush Tomato
    Better Bush
    Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
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    Better Bush Tomato Plant : Determinate 4-foot plants, flavorful 4" red tomatoes. Bush type plant produces good yields of very sweet and meaty fruit that have the "real tomato taste". This variety has a strong central stem capable of supporting 48" height with very little need for staking.


    Big Beef Heirloom Tomato
    Big Beef Heirloom
    Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
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    Big Beef Heirloom Tomato Plant : This is a de-hybridized version of an American favorite. These large, juicy, fruits combine old-fashioned beefsteak flavor with heavy yields. 1-pound, round to globe-shaped. Flavor is full and hearty with lots of sweet juice balanced with that wonderful tomato acidity. These giants slice up perfectly for big sandwiches. Fruit stays large even at the end of a long harvest season. Piedmont Farm And Garden is one of the few source for Big beef as an open-pollinated versus hybrid tomato. Rare Tomato Plant.