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Shipping of plants is done on Monday’s and Tuesday’s. On final checkout page it will be required to check a NO /YES box for substitutions and enter a specific date in the text 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 SHIP DATE ON FINAL CHECKOUT PAGE and please be sure it is a Monday or Tuesday.

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Costoluto Genovese Tomato
Costoluto Genovese
Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
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Costoluto Genovese Tomato Plant : Italian, heat-loving, heirloom tomato that has been enjoyed for many generations along the Mediterranean. Large, deep-red fruits have a singularly fluted profile, are deeply ridged, and heavily lobed. Meaty, full-flavored, slightly tart, and delicious. Because of its scalloped edges, perfect for use in an arrangement of different colored sliced tomatoes. Makes a rich and pungent pasta sauce.


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Italian Heirloom Tomato
Italian Heirloom
Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
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Italian Heirloom Tomato Plant : It's name says it. A real classic heirloom from Italy. This plant produces tomato plants that yield an load of 12-16 oz., beautiful, red, meaty, fat, slightly pear-shaped, tomatoes that enjoy an abundance of rich, complex, sweet flavors that are well-balanced with good acidity. Everything you would expect from a tomato revered by the Italians for it's BIG TASTE. This was one of the favorites of the 2008 Carmel TomatoFest tomato tasting. A good choice for cooking, eating fresh or canning.



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San Marzano Redorta Tomato
San Marzano Redorta
Our Price: $6.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
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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!


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