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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.
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Amish Paste Oxheart Tomato Amish Russian Oxheart Tomato Bulls Heart Tomato
Amish Paste
Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
Anna Russian
Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
Bull's Heart
Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
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.


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.


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.


Federle Tomato Hungarian Heart Tomato Long Tom Tomato
Federle
Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
Hungarian Heart
Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
Long Tom
Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
Federle Tomato Plant : Indeterminate plants loaded with 7" long red paste tomatoes. Rich full flavor and few seeds. Excellent for processing, especially good for salsa.



Hungarian Heart Tomato Plant : Very productive, huge pink oxheart fruits that have few seeds. Brought to America from Hungary in 1901. Great for fresh eating or canning. Because they are so meaty they make a superb sauce. Huge pink oxheart fruits weigh upwards of one pound. Very few seeds and almost no 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.


Roma Tomato San Marzano Redorta Tomato San Marzano Tomato
Roma
Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
San Marzano Redorta
Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
San Marzano
Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
Roma Tomato Plant : A prolific heirloom that produces an abundant crop of richly flavored, 3", red pear tomatoes with few seeds and is perfect for cooking but sweet enough to enjoy fresh. Meaty with few seeds. Great for canning, adding to sauces, or making paste. Roma remains one of the most popular varieties for paste, sauces and canning.


San Marzano Redorta Tomato Plant : Named for a mountain, Pizzo Redorta in Bergamo, Italy. This is a great Italian paste tomato. A much larger tomato (8 oz., 4-inch) with much better taste than it’s cousin, San Marzano. Good enough to eat off the vine with the bonus of ending up with more tomato paste per plant. Yum!


San Marzano Tomato Plant : This heirloom from Italy is considered to be the best sauce tomato in the world. It is believed that the first seeds of this variety was a gift from the Kingdom of Peru to the Kingdom of Naples, arriving in Campania, Italy around 1770. Compact and prolicic producer of bright-red, slim, 2-3 inch, plum-type, fruit over a long season. A paste tomato with pointy end, heavy walls and little juice, so it's great for tomato sauce. Crack resistant. Better tasting than Roma described as sweeter and less acidic and also is meatier, has less seeds and grows longer and thinner than the Roma.