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1884 Tomato Amish Russian Oxheart Tomato Arkansas Traveler Tomato Plant
1884
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Anna Russian
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Arkansas Traveler
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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!



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.


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.


Blue Ridge Mt. Tomato Brandywine Pink Tomato Plant Bulls Heart Tomato
Blue Ridge Mt.
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Brandywine Pink ( Potato Leaf )
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Bull's Heart
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Blue Ridge Mountain Tomato Plant : Tall potato-leaf vines bearing , large, 1 lb., 4-inch, pink beefsteaks with good old-fashioned, delicious tomato flavor.



Brandywine Pink Tomato Plant : Very large, reddish, pink fruits averaging between sixteen and twenty four ounces each. The large potato leafed indeterminate plant produce an abundance of fruit with that perfect tomato taste. The fruit tend to vary from round to boat shape. Brandywine Pink is a Pennsylvania old Amish beefsteak heirloom tomato dating back to 1885. Considered by many to be the best-tasting tomato in the world.


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.


German Giant Tomato Plant German Johnson Tomato Plant German Queen Tomato
German Giant
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German Johnson
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German Queen
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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.


German Johnson Tomato Plant : 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. Thought to be one of the four parent lines of "Radiator Charlie's Mortgage Lifter." A wonderful tomato.



German Queen Tomato Plant : Very popular heirloom variety most renown for it's full, rich flavor. Very big potato leaf plants produce lots of sweet, pink, 1-2 lb., meaty, beefsteak tomatoes. Perfect for slicing.
Grandfather Ashlock Tomato Hungarian Heart Tomato Marianna's Peace Tomato
Grandfather Ashlock
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Hungarian Heart
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Marianna's Peace
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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.

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.



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.


Mexico Tomato Mortgage Lifter Tomato Oxheart Pink Tomato
Mexico
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Mortgage Lifter
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Oxheart Pink
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Mexico Tomato Plant : Brought to the America by a Mexican family living in the Midwest. This plant produces very large, indeterminate, regular-leaf, prolific tomato plants that yield huge sets of 1-2 pound, slightly flattened, irregular-shaped, dark-pink beefsteak tomatoes with terrific bold, tomato flavors. Plenty of sweetness with complementary acid flavors. Several growers of tomatoes for farmer's markets swear by the taste quality and visual appeal of the Mexico heirloom tomato. A perfect tomato for slicing fresh and thick for sandwiches and sliced up in salads. Once you select this variety it will be in your garden every year. A great showplace tomato for the County Fair.



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.



Oxheart Pink Tomato Plant : Large heart shaped deep pink fruit that grows up to 2 lb. . Very flavorful.


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Pink Girl
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Ponderosa Pink
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Pink Girl Tomato Plant : Very flavorful, juicy pink fruit that grows to about 8 oz. Fruit has a oblate shape and resists cracking.

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.


   
 
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