Tomatoes

This is not a complete product list of all of the plants we grow. However, this selection reflects our most popular varieties, some of our newest varieties, and otherwise noteworthy plants.

For questions on the availability of a specific plant or variety, inquire with your nearest retailer. Feel free to call or email us to find out which nurseries carry our plants in your area!

LEGEND

F1 = First Generation Hybrid
H = Heirloom
OP = Open Pollinated   

For a more detailed explanation about hybrid and heirloom seed, read: Hybrid vs. Heirloom Seed — What’s the Difference

 

Chocolate Cherry (OP)

Matures: 70 days
Type: Open Pollinated (OP)
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This selection from Black Cherry has a tall open growth habit. Small brown globe shaped fruit is slightly larger at 1 inch, and very flavorful with a sweet complexity. Slice in half and use fresh in salads for a taste treat.

Cherokee Purple (H)

Matures: 68 days
Type: Heirloom (H)
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Medium to large fruit is a dusky purple with green shoulders. Beefsteak interior is juicy and sweet, not acidic. Plants are moderately sized and fairly productive. Stagger plants for extended harvest. Best served sliced fresh on a platter!

Early Girl (F1)

Matures: 52-57 days
Type: First Generation Hybrid (F1)
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Bred for disease resistance and earliness, with the added benefit of tasty fruit. Small to medium firm red fruit come on early and produce though the season. Don’t overwater, and they will have great flavor. Versatile.

Gold Nugget (OP)

Matures: 57 days
Type: Open Pollinated (OP)
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Slightly elongated 1 inch round golden fruit has rich, sweet flavor. Thin skin, yet it resists cracking. Developed By Dr. Baggett at OSU, this 1-2 feet determinate plant is branching and great for upright or hanging containers!

Green Berkeley Tie Dye (OP)

Matures: 90 days
Type: Open Pollinated (OP)
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Meaty, bright green interior of this fruit is streaked with shades of red and amber marbled throughout. Creamy texture and rich flavor with a good balance of sweet and tart. Tangy and tasty fruits can be 12 ounces or more.

Juliet (F1)

Matures: 60 days
Type: First Generation Hybrid (F1)
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All-American Selection winner, large elongated 1-2 ounce bright red cherry tomatoes, borne in pretty clusters. Vigorous tall vine is very disease resistant, produces early and continuously until frost. Fruit does not crack, holds well late into the season.

Pink Berkeley Tie Dye (OP)

Matures: 65-75 days
Type: Open Pollinated (OP)
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Dark pink fruit with metallic green stripes with pink and yellow marbling inside. Good sweet to acid ratio with rich dark tomato taste. Rivals Cherokee Purple for flavor. Meaty fruit is 8-12 ounces. Compact plants.

Rose De Berne (H)

Matures: 80 days
Type: Heirloom (H)
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From Switzerland, these moderate sized vines bear plenty of delicious fruit. The 5 ounce medium sized fruit is smooth, globe shaped and a deep rose-pink. The skin is thin but not too fragile. Juicy and sweet. Great for fresh use.

San Marzano Gigante 3 (OP)

Matures: 90 days
Type: Open Pollinated (OP)
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Heftier San Marzano variety with large very meaty fruit, 2 inches by 6-8 inches on tall vines. Excellent rich, robust, sweet tomato flavor. Great for fresh use, the flavor is that good. Slice fresh to use for a caprese platter, fabulous for tomato sauce or paste redirected here.

Sweet Gold (F1)

Matures: 60 days
Type: First Generation Hybrid (F1)
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This bright yellow cherry tomato is a sister to sungold tomato with a bright, clean taste. Mix this yellow cherry with other colored cherries and you have a party in a bowl. Vigorous vines are productive and disease resistant.

Tang (OP)

Matures: 85 days
Type: Open Pollinated (OP)
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One of our new favorites! Tang produces orange, medium sized fruits, 8-10 ounces that are sweet and tart with a vibrant orange-y red interior. High in beta-carotene, this is a very nice improved orange OP variety. Best for slicing for multicolor tomato platter.

Tondino Maremanno (H)

Matures: 57 days
Type: Heirloom (H)
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A small, red cluster-type heirloom tomato from the central region of Italy produces 2-3 ounce tasty fruits suitable for sauces, fresh use, or drying. This productive, determinate variety grows well in containers. Sometimes called Marsh or Maremanno.