We love growing tomato plants – almost as much as we love eating great tomatoes! Our plants are available at the Lunenburg Farm, as well as for pickup at the New Braintree Farm, Area Farmer’s markets, Boston Public Market, or shipped to most states! We offer our tried and true favorites, as well as many hard to find heirloom varieties.


Name Description
Aker’s West Virginia Heirloom Indeterminate, 85 days. Large plants produce rich, sweet 1 pound tomatoes. Mostly smooth, very little cracking.
Amish Paste Heirloom, Indeterminate, 85 days. An oblong shape of paste-type fruit with a wonderfully sweet flavor.
Ananas Noir Heirloom Indeterminate, 85 days.  Discovered in a French crop of standard Pineapple tomatoes, this selection is very unusual producing large fruits with skins  colored green and dark purple with pink-red splotched and flesh colored bright green streaked with pink.  The flavor is sweet, yet rich!  Unusual!
Anna Russian  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 70 days.  As the story is told, seed originating from a Russian immigrant came to a family and then passed down through the generations to its current home, an Oregon woman.  Incredibly large, pounder, pinkishred, heart shaped fruits are incredibly juicy with superb flavor.  Foliage is typical of oxheart types.
Arkansas Traveler  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 85 days.  Bred by the University of Arkansas in 1968, this is an incredibly well known tomato, popularized for its ability to fruit consistently in hot weather, yielding abundant crops of large, pink colored tomatoes.  Very flavorful.
Aunt Gertie’s Gold Heirloom: Indeterminate, 75 days.  Originally from Virginia, this tomato will become a favorite in your garden simply for its superb taste alone!  Potatoleaved plants produce large golden-yellow, slightly irregular shaped fruits.
Aunt Ginny’s Purple Heirloom: Indeterminate, 75 to 85 days.  A large, old fashioned beefsteak type with flavor comparable or better than ‘Brandywine’.  Deep pink, 12 to 16 oz. smooth fruits with little cracking.  Good yielding, potatoleaved plants.
Aunt Ruby’s German Green Heirloom: Indeterminate, 80 days.  Large beefsteak type fruits ripen to pale green with a slight yellow cast and a pink blush that extends through the flesh.  Great, unusual sweet and spicy flavor.  1216 oz. fruits.  Very smooth skinned.
Aussie Heirloom: Indeterminate, 85 days.  An Australian heirloom beefsteak to grow and impress all your friends.  Plants produce impressive large red, 1- 2 lb. fruits noted for their fullold fashioned taste.
 Beauty  Indeterminate, 75 days.  While named for its beautiful scalloped appearance, this variety is best known for its great flavor.  Manageable plans produce an abundance of large, very sweet fruits.
 Believe It Or Not  Indeterminate, 85 days.  Big and beautiful!  Unbelievably, this variety yields  exceptional amounts of flavorful fruits characterized by the unusual combination of large size paired with smooth skins.  Great all purpose beefsteak type.
 Better Boy  Indeterminate, 75 days.  A standard in veggie gardens for many years, this variety still offers unbeatable taste and rugged, dependable performance.  12 to 16 oz. fruits are very similar to Big Boy, however with greater disease resistance.
Big Boy  Indeterminate, 78 days.  A classic, favored for its large, scarlet-red fruits with meaty flesh.  Plants bear heavy mid season and continue until frost.
Big Zebra Indeterminate, 85 days.  Striking, fruits are unforgettable, distinguished by unusual red and green striped exteriors and green interiors with pink extending up into the middle.  Medium-large fruits.
Black  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 75 days.  Originally grown by gardeners years ago as Black Prince, this Russian heirloom variety is heavily regarded as the best tasting black tomato, yielding nice medium sized mahogany-brown fruits.
Black Cherry Heirloom: Indeterminate, 65 days.  A “Tomato Growers Exclusive,” the first truly black cherry tomato!  Vigorous, productive plants bear loads of fruits with classic black tomato flavor.
Black Krim  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 75 days.  Hailing from Russian origins, this tomato is named for the Island of Krim in the Black Sea.  Productive plants, yielding slightly flattened fruits of a rich, deep purple color with almost black shoulders.  Superior full tomato flavor.
Black Pear  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 80 days.  Unique, potatoleaved plants produce an abundance of 46 0z. black, pearshaped fruits distinguished by an excellent, rich taste.
Black Plum Heirloom: Indeterminate, 82 days.  A unique variety, producing consistent yields of small oval shaped deep mahogany colored fruits.  Very sweet and fruity.
Black Zebra Indeterminate, 75 days.  Distinguished by their jagged, green striped, almost black skins and deep mahogany colored interior fruits, this selection produces an abundance of smallmediumsized fruits distinguished by the classic “black.” tomato flavor.  Truly unusual and very unique!
Blue Fruit Indeterminate, 78 days.  Deriving its name from the unique and distinctive bluishgrey color of its fruits, this potato-leaved selection bears 8 oz. fruits with the classic great “black” tomato taste.
 Boondocks Heirloom: Indeterminate, 78 days. Bearing a close resemblance to Brandywine, plants yield beautiful pink, beefsteak type fruits reaching at least 1 lb.  The perfect balance of sweet and acid.
Brandywine Heirloom: Indeterminate, 78 days.  Our very own tomatoes received 3rd place, “Best Tasting Heirloom Tomato” 2003 Massachusetts State Tomato Fest.  Reserve a spot in your garden for this one!  Considered to by many to be the “best”.  Brandywine is the original beefsteak tomato, producing large, pink fruits with a loud, tangy sweet taste.  One slice covers the whole burger!  The standard variety on the farm.
Brandywine Sudduths Strain  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 85 days.  Widely acknowledged as the original Brandywine, and in our opinion, the BEST Brandywine, for plants bear smoother, more crack resistant pink fruits, characterized by a rich, complex beefsteak flavor.
Brown Berry Heirloom, Small Fruited type: Indeterminate, 75 days.  Extremely prolific, plants bear unusual, chocolate colored cherry-type fruits.  Excellent, sweet, juicy flavor.
Bulls Heart Heirloom: Indeterminate, 87 days.  An incredibly old, distinctive Russian oxheart tomato.  Strong plants bear an abundance of large pink fruits occasionally achieving sizes of 2 lbs. or more!  A farm favorite.  Unbeatable flavor and texture.
Bush Champion Hybrid, Determinate. 70 days. 24 inch plants yielding loads of 8-12 ounces juicy tomatoes. Great plant in many climates. This seed was developed to celebrate Ball Seed’s 100th anniversary!
Carbon Heirloom: Indeterminate, 80 days.  Sure to be an allstar in your vegetable garden this summer, this is among the darkest of the black type tomatoes available, and arguably one of the best tasting tomatoes to be grown.  Expect modest yields of medium to large fruits.
Caspian Pink Heirloom: Indeterminate, 80 days.  A Russian heirloom originating from the area between the Caspian and the Black Seas.  Large, pink beefsteak type fruits are borne in plenty with a rich, sweet taste comparable to Brandywine.  Fairly early maturing.
Celebrity Determinate, 72 days.  One of our favorites, this variety is a must!  1984 All American Selections Award winner.  A great midseason variety, yielding medium to large, high quality red fruits with exceptional flavor.  Strong vines with good cover and great disease resistance.
Ceylon Small Fruited type: Indeterminate, 80 days.  A truly unique tomato, producing 2 in. deeply scalloped, flattened fruits.  The vines are prolific.  The flavor distinctive, sweet with a slightly tangy zip.
Cherokee Purple  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 72 days.  Our very own tomatoes received 1st place, “Best Tasting Heirloom Tomato” at the Massachusetts State Tomato Fest.  Plants are heavy producers of medium sized, slightly flattened deep purple fruits with dark shoulders.  A chef favorite.  Wonderful, distinctive, rich earthy flavor.  If youre a tomato lover, this one needs to be in your garden.
Chocolate Stripes Indeterminate, 85 days.  Striking, fruits are unforgettable, distinguished by unusual red and green striped exteriors and green interiors with pink extending up into the middle.  Medium-large fruits.
 Church Heirloom: Indeterminate, 85 days.  After many years in cultivation, this variety is still a favorite today.  Prized for its exceptionally large harvest of sweet tasting, one pound fruits.
 Copia Indeterminate, 85 days.  Taking its name from “Copia” the American Center for Food, Wine and the Arts in Napa, California, this striking selection is pronounced by fine combinations of gold and red stripes with a similar patterned interior.  Great flavor, a cross between Green Zebra and Marvel Stripe.
Costoluto Genovese Heirloom: Indeterminate, 78 days.  An Italian variety bearing large, deeply lobed, scarlet fruits boasting full authentic flavor.  Though traditionally a hot weather variety, plants will continue to bear into the cooler fall days.
Cour di Bou  Indeterminate, 70 days.  Favored in Italy for generations, this is an outstanding oxheart type, prized for its fresh outstanding eating and cooking qualities.  Striking rose colored fruits.
Csikos Botermo Indeterminate, 65-75 days.  Incredibly unusual, small red fruits are born in clusters of 5 and striped in a stunning yellow.  Named for the “Csikos, horse herders in Hungary, who were know for their intrepidation and independence!
Cuban Yellow Grape  Indeterminate, 90 days.  Expect a profusion of tiny ovalshaped golden yellow, clustered grape type fruits summer long!  Very sweet cherries with little cracking!
Delicious Heirloom: Indeterminate, 77 days.  Huge, worldrecordsize, red, meaty tomatoes and Genevieves Dads favorite!
Dixie Golden Giant Heirloom: Indeterminate, 85 days.  A fabulous, yellow fruited, beefsteak type tomato.  Not as late to mature as comparable varieties, this is a great variety, characterized by vigorous plants, and abundant yields of 12 lb. fruits with excellent, sweet flavor.
Dr. Carolyn  Heirloom, Small Fruited type: Indeterminate, 75 days.  An unusual and wonderful ivory colored cherry type tomato.  Prolific plants bear an abundance of 1 in., rounded fruits.  Great flavor.
Dr. Wyches Yellow Yellow Beefsteak type: Indeterminate, 80 days.  A great tasting yellow tomato has finally arrived.  Huge, vigorous plants produce large, golden yellow beefsteak type fruits that are smooth and blemish free in appearance.
Early Girl Indeterminate, 57 days.  Its hard to beat this variety for earliness and taste.  Hardy vines produce heavy yields of mediumsized fruits.  Dependable, proven selection with good disease resistance.
Eva Purple Ball Heirloom: Indeterminate, 70 days.  A German selection, plants yield huge quantities of round juicy fruits.  A great slicing variety for salads and sandwiches.
 Evergreen Heirloom: Indeterminate, 72 days.  Probably one of the best tomatoes of the varieties that mature green.  Prolific plants bear medium to large beefsteak type fruits.  Mild, sweet flavor.
 Fireworks  Indeterminate, 60 days.  Known for its combination of earliness, large size and eating quality, this is an exceptional selection.  Productive Plants.
 Fox Cherry  Indeterminate, 80 days.  A large red fruiting cherry selection.  Extremely dependable vines produce loads of very sweet fruits.  One of the best tasting cherry tomatoes available.
Galinas Heirloom, Small Fruited type: Indeterminate, 75 days.  A very prolific cherry type fruiting variety originating from Siberia.  Very sweet goldenyellow fruits produced on long clusters.
German Giant Heirloom: Indeterminate, 77 days.  Very similar to the beloved Brandywine, however bettering the garden superstar in its days to maturity.  Expect abundant quantities of 12 lb. pink fruits with superior, rich, full flavor.
German Johnson Heirloom, Indeterminate, 80 days. Large approximately 1 pound tomatoes with few seeds. Great in sandwiches and salads. From North Carolina and Virginia.
German Red Strawberry  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 85 days.  While shaped like a strawberry, these fruits are much larger, reaching 1lb. Or more!  Very meaty flesh with an acidic tomato flavor.  Very prolific plants.
 Giant Belgium Heirloom: Indeterminate, 90 days.  Developed in Ohio this variety is distinguished for its incredibly large fruit, averaging 2 lbs, though known to achieve weights of up to 5 lbs!  Fruits are deep pink with solid interiors and incredible sweet taste.  In fact, fruits are used to make wine by some folks.
Golden Gem Hybrid Yellow cherry type: Indeterminate, 65 days. An outstanding hybrid from China producing an abundance, up to 50 fruits per cluster, of rounded, yellow cherry type fruits.  Excellent crack resistance.  Unusual, very special sweet and fruity taste.
 Golden Queen, USDA Strain Heirloom: Indeterminate, 75 days.  This tomato is distinctly different than other tomatoes sold as Golden Queen, for this strain is of seed obtained from the USDA seed bank and is the original Golden Queen described by seedsman Livingston in 1882.  Differing from solid yellow Golden Queen, this tomato produces 812 oz. fruits that are yellow with a pronounced pink blush on the blossom end.  This is a better tasting, sweeter tomato.
 Gold Nugget Yellow cherry type: Determinate, 56 days.  Early and prolific, this variety produces high quality, small, golden fruits.  Sweet, somewhat milder flavor.  The majority of the early fruits are seedless.
 Great White  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 85 days.  Back by demand!  After so many requests from customers we have decided to offer this popular chef favorite once again.  Distinctive, large white beefsteak type tomatoes.  Vigorous plants have heavy foliage protecting against sunscald.  Irresistible sweet, juicy flavor.
 Green Grape Small Fruited type: Determinate, 70 days.  An incredibly prolific variety, short, compact plants produce an abundance of 3/41 in. yellowgreen cherrytype fruits. Sweet, tangy flavor.
 Green Moldovan  Indeterminate, 80 days.  A very rare heirloom selection, plants bear 10 oz. beefsteaktype fruits with neongreen colored flesh.  Tropical fruity taste.
 Green Pineapple Heirloom: Indeterminate, 80 days.  A distinctive and unusual heirloom selection.  This one is sure to change what you think you know about tomatoes.  Small, beefsteak type fruits ripen to an emerald green color with splotches of yellow on the blossom end.  Fully green interiors.  Complexly sweet with a spicy tang.
Green Zebra Heirloom: Intermediate, 72 days.  A chef favorite.  If you love tomatoes, you cant live without this one!  Unique, yellow tangy tomato flavor.  Vigorous plants are very productive throughout the growing season.
 Hendersons Winsall  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 90 days.  Though many a tomato have been sold under the Winsall name, seed from this variety is the original, first sold by the Henderson Seed Company in 1924, and presently obtained from the USDA Seed Bank.  Regular foliaged plants produce large, pounder sized, pink fruits with exceptional flavor.
 Hillbilly Indeterminate, 85 days.  Believed to originate from West Virginia, this selection is also known by the name Flame.  Either way, the plants are distinguished by huge bicolored fruits with yellow and rosered marbled interiors.  Rich sweet flavor.  Quite rare.
 Howards German  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 80 days.  Expect high yields from this large paste type tomato.  5 oz. pointed fruits are variable in shape with meaty interiors and good, rich flavor.
 Huge Lemon Oxheart Indeterminate, 90 days.  Introduced by a member of Seed Savers Exchange, this variety is known for its huge, pale lemonyellow colored fruits.  Grown by Amish growers fro its uniformity and high quality fruits with few cracks.
 Hungarian Heart Heirloom: Indeterminate, 85 days.  From Hungary, a distinctive, large, pink, heartshaped tomato.  A high yielding, richly flavored tomato with few seeds.
Indigo Blue Beauty Artisan, Indeterminate, 80 days. 6-8 oz tomatoes grow blue where they get sunlight then turn red when ready to harvest! Plants yield loads of tomatoes that resist cracking.
 Isis Candy  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 67 days.  A farm and market favorite.  Productive plants bear unusual cherry type gold fruits with red marbling that continues through the fruits.  Sweet, juicy flavor.
 Jersey Devil  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 80 days.  A prolific variety with 46” long, tapered red fruits, shaped like banana peppers.  The tomatoes are very meaty and sweet with few seeds.  Great for sauces, salsas, or even eating fresh!  Fruits are a gorgeous bright red color.
 Jetstar  Determinate, 72 days.  If we could only grow one tomato variety, this one would be it!  A long time favorite and industry standard, prolific plants bear mediumsized, globular, red fruits.  Very meaty and very sweet, we promise this variety will deliver the nostalgic tomato flavor you remember as a child.
 Kalmans Hungarian Pink  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 85 days.  This tomato is a family heirloom of Kalman Lajvort of Edison, New Jersey, with the seed originally hailing from Europe.  Oval shaped, 8 oz. pink fruits are incredibly meaty with a deep, rich flavor ideal used as a slicer or even as a large, juicy paste type.  Plants bear late into the season.
 Kelloggs Breakfast Heirloom: Indeterminate, 90 days.  Expect good yields from this large beefsteak type tomato, yielding 12 lb. pure orange fruits.  Delicious, rich flavor.  From Darrell Kellogg
 Kewalo  Determinate, 78 days.  From the University of Hawaii,  comes the introduction of a variety with excellent bacterial wilt and nematode resistance, the only openpollinated variety to boast these traits.
 Kosovo  Indeterminate, 75 days.  Yielding beautiful, 1018 oz. fruits, this variety is distinguished by  its intense, rich tomato flavor.  Very meaty fruits while still juicy.
 Legend  Determinate, 68 days.  Legendary for its earliness and good fruit size, this variety is also a standout for its great resistance to the late blight fungus.  Sets fruit well under cool temperatures.
 Lemon Boy Indeterminate, 72 days.  A farm favorite for yellow tomatoes.  An incredibly dependable and prolific variety, producing moderate yields of  nicely shaped, blemish free, clear yellow fruits.  Easy to grow.  Great flavor.
 Limmony  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 80 days.  A Russian heirloom, this variety yields big beautiful yellow beefsteak fruits with the unusual outstanding red tomato flavor!  Attractive, blemishfree fruits.
 Mama Leone Heirloom Paste: Indeterminate, 75 days.  First introduced to New York by an Italian immigrant family, this selection produces an abundance of mediumsized red fruits.  Virtually seedless.  Expect large harvests of richly flavored fruits perfect for sauces and cooking!
 Mammoth German Gold  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 85 days.  Originating in the 1800s, this variety is appropriately named given its massive 2 lb. fruits.  More distinctive than usual bicolored varieties, in that the fruit is more orange colored with intense red streaking.  Great acidic, sweet flavor.
 Marglobe  Determinate, 72 days.  An old standby  on the farm, this variety produces large, round red fruits with small seed cavities.  Fruits ripen evenly for easy harvest.
 Marizol Purple  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 80 days.  Heirloom variety from the Black Forest region of Germany.  Very productive plants produce large, smooth, pinks fruits with purple highlights.  1 lb. fruits.
 Marvel Stripe  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 85 days.  First suggested to us by a customer, were are pleased to offer this great selection!  A favorite amongst gardeners for taste and appearance..  Plants are distinguished by their large yellow and red streaked fruits and amazing sweet flavor.  Vigorous vines.
 Matina Heirloom: Indeterminate, 58 days.  Hailing from Germany, this is an incredibly early selection, bearing loads of 24 oz. red fruits.  Potatoleaved plants bear well throughout the season.  Wonderful intense flavor, comparable of beefsteak type tomatoes.
 Mexico Heirloom: Indeterminate, 80 days.  Originating from south of the border, seeds for this plant were brought to the US from a Mexican family setting root in the Midwest.  Plants are characterized by consistently produced, very large pink fruits throughout the growing season.  Superb flavor.
Micro-Tom Hybrid, Determinate, 85 days. An amazing small tomato plant that grows small fruit the size of salad croutons. Great for small growing spaces like windowskills or garden borders. Known as the “worlds smallest tomato variety”!
 Mortgage Lifter Heirloom: Indeterminate, 85 days.  As the legend goes, a farmer burdened by a large mortgage on his farm, grew this tomato and generated enough profits to “lift” the mortgage on his farm.  It hasnt worked for us yet, but well keep trying!  Extra large, pink fruits with exceptional meaty texture and sweet flavor.
 Mountain Fresh Determinate, 70 days.  A recent introduction to the farm, this is a very productive variety, yielding large quantities of large, excellent quality fruit.  Very dependable variety with great resistance to cracking.  Superior flavor.
 Mule Team Heirloom: Indeterminate, 80 days.  As the name implies, this is a great variety for your main crop of “allpurpose” tomatoes!  High yielding, strong plants bear an abundance of 812 oz fruits.
 Neves Azorean Red Heirloom: Indeterminate, 75 days.  Possibly the perfect sandwich tomato, seed for this selection were originally brought to Boston from the Azores.  Beautiful 13 lb. beefsteak fruits.
 New Big Dwarf Heirloom: Determinate, 60 days. An ideal selection for containers or gardens short on space, plants grow two feet high and produce an abundance of sweet, deep pink, 12-16 oz. fruits, early.
 Nyagous Heirloom: Indeterminate, 80 days.  A great producing variety of medium sized, smooth, reliably crack resistant, black fruits.  Great, complex black tomato flavor.
 Oaxacan Jewel Indeterminate, 80 days.  One of the most beautiful bicolored selections in production, sporting yelloworange fruits streaked rubyred with amazing marbled interiors.  Great sweet, fruity taste.
Old German Heirloom, Indeterminate. 75 days. Large, yellow fruit with streaks of red from the blossom end. Yields fruit over 1 pound in size! Yummy and sweet.
 Opalka  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 75 days.  An heirloom type paste originating from Poland.  Perhaps, the best paste tomato available, large 5 in. fruits are banana pepper shaped with almost solid interiors and an extremely rich, sweet flavor. Though a sauce tomato, these are good enough to eat fresh!
 Orange Banana  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 80 days.  An unusual and beautiful orange paste type tomato.  Extremely productive plants bear loads of 34 in. fruits with pointed ends.  Perfect for salads or a fun twist to sauces.
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 Orange Russian 117 Oxheart type: Indeterminate, 85 days.  This great selection offers the best of both worlds, exceptional flavor teamed with unbelievable texture and size.  The first bicolored Oxheart with smooth golden flesh and marbled interiors.  Meaty texture and few seeds.
 Orange Strawberry Heirloom: Indeterminate, 80 days.  Strawberry shaped, large, bright orange fruits, solid through.  Extremely meaty tomatoes with a sweet, slightly acidic, rich taste.  Very prolific for an oxheart type.
 Oxheart Heirloom: Indeterminate, 80 days.  Large, productive plants bear amazing 2 lb. pink, heartshaped fruits.  An old fashioned favorite.
 Pantano Romanesco Indeterminate, 7080 days.  A very rare Roman selection sent to Baker Creek Seeds from a gardener in Italy.  Large, deep red fruits with a purplish tint.  Very flavorful and juicy.
 Paragon Vigorous Determinate, 78 days.  An allaround great mid season tomato, first introduced by Johnnys Selected Seeds in 1991.  Heavy production of large, smoothskinned fruit with great flavor.
 Patio Determinate, 70 days.  If youre looking for the ideal container tomato, youve found it!  Small plants, ideal for the container garden or small space.  Plants yield medium sized fruits.  Firm flesh.
Paul Robeson Heirloom: Indeterminate, 75 days.  This Russian heirloom is one of the most sought after, regarded black tomatoes.  Average sized deep maroon fruits are smooth and free of most cracks and blemishes.  Terrific, distinct black tomato flavor.
Peron Indeterminate, 68 days.  A South American variety, the company that first introduced this tomato claims it to be so pest resistant, no spraying needed!  In addition, this plants 8 oz. good flavored6fruits boast higher levels of Vitamin C than any other tomato.
 Persimmon Heirloom: Indeterminate, 80 days.  Known for its flavor, productive plants bear large beautiful goldenorange fruits with superior taste and flavor.  Meaty with few seeds.
Pink Berkely Tie Dye Indeterminate, 65-70 days. Beefsteak with green stripes. Brick-red flesh in fruit that grows 8-12 ozs. Plants adapt well to all climates and are fiarly compact.
Pink Bumble Bee Artisan, Indeterminate, 70 days. Sunning pink and yellow striped cherry tomato. Rich and flavorful, super sweet.
Pink Grapefruit Indeterminate, 75 days.  A unique selection, plants bear medium sized yellow fruits with blushing pink interiors hence the name!  Fruits have a sweettart taste.
 Principe Borghese Heirloom: Determinate, 75 days.  Long prized by Italians fro drying, this variety produces loads of small 111/2 in. fruits borne in clusters.  Very meaty fruits with little juice and few seeds. Great fro traditional sun drying.
 Prudens Purple Heirloom: Indeterminate, 75 days.  This tomato is very similar to Brandywine, with large, pink fruits, and potatoleaf foliage.  Matures earlier, however.
 Purple Brandy Indeterminate, 80 days.  The result of a cross between Brandywine and Marizol Purple,this great tasting selection produces large, deep pinkpurple beefsteak type fruits.  Richly flavored.
Purple Calabash Heirloom: Indeterminate, 8090 days.  A most unique tomato.  Perhaps the darkest purple tomato available, plants bear moderate yields of flattened 3 in. fluted fruits.  A great rich, deep winey flavor.
Purple Russian Heirloom, Indeterminate. 80 days. Dark oblong-shaped tomatoes. Yummy, meaty and rich! Grow about 4 inches long. Dark purple color is gorgeous!
Red Grape Grape cherry type: Indeterminate, 60 days.  More manageable plants, bearing large clusters (20 or more) of small, meaty, red tomatoes with few seeds.  Exceptional sweet flavor.
Red Pear Red pear type: Indeterminate, 70 days.  Rarely seen, this variety produces small, pearshaped, red fruits with a rich intense flavor.  Tall productive vines.
Red Rose Heirloom: Indeterminate, 85 days.  The result of a cross between Brandywine and Rutgers, yielding good producing plants that bear 10-16 oz., great tasting, dark pink fruits.  Great disease and crack resistance.
 Riesentraube Heirloom: Indeterminate, 80 days.  A German heirloom, Riesentraube literally translates to “giant bunch of grapes,” for the grapelike clusters fruits are borne on.  2040 small oval shaped fruits with pointed ends per cluster.  Great large tomato flavor.
 Rocky Heirloom, Paste type: Indeterminate, 75 days.  If youre a serious sauce maker, be sure and save space in the garden for this paste tomato, as plants sport impressive 6 inch long 612 oz. fruits.  Very meaty, great flavor good enough to be enjoyed fresh.
 Rose de Berne Heirloom: Indeterminate, 75 days.  This Swiss heirloom variety produces an abundance of mediumsized 6 to 8 oz. fruits with great sweet, tangy flavor and thin skins.
 Ruffled Yellow Heirloom: Indeterminate, 80 days.  Productive plants produce unusually shaped, large golden yellow, pleated tomatoes.  A fun variety to try.
 Russian Rose Heirloom: Indeterminate, 78 days.  A true Russian rose, plants bear a large crop of large 12 oz. rosepink fruits.  An excellent tomato with full, rich flavor.
 Rutgers Determinate, 75 days.  A great allpurpose tomato developed in the 1920s.  Prized, productive plants bear high quality, attractive, mediumsized,  deep red fruits, especially ideal for canning.
Sausage  Heirloom: Indeterminate: 78 days.  An unusual heirloom paste type tomato.  Fruits are large, reaching 6 in. long and are borne in abundance.  Ideal for canning or cooking.
Silvery Fir Tree Heirloom, Indeterminate. 58 days. Unique small plant with silvery leaves. Is quite ornamental in nature, with 4 to 6 oz. red tomatoes that mature rather early.
Sioux Heirloom: Indeterminate 70 days.  Dont be fooled by this tomato!  Extraordinary flavor can exist in a round red tomato.  Originally released by the University of Nebraska in 1944, this variety is still popular today because of its reliable yields and exceptional flavor.
Skyreacher Artisan, Indeterminate. 79 days. Orange/red striped fuit great for slicing. Strong plants yield sweet 4-6 oz tomatoes.
Snow White Small Fruited type: Indeterminate, 75 days.  Popular for a good reason, plants are prolific, producing high yields of ivory to pale yellow colored cherry type fruits.  Bursting sweet flavor.
 Speckled Roman Heirloom Paste type: Indeterminate, 85 days.  Resulting from a stabilized cross of Antique Roman and Banana Legs a beautiful red paste type tomato marked by long, jagged orange golden stripes.  Great taste, ideal for processing.  Very productive, few seeds.
 Sprite Small Fruited type: Determinate, 60 days.  A grape tomato for gardeners tight on space.  Productivity and taste are not compromised on these smaller, more compact determinate plants.
 Striped German  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 78 days.  Medium to tall plants yield large yellow and rose flushed fruits with marbled interiors.  Handsome sliced crosswise and arranged on a plate.  Great sweet taste and smooth texture.  One of our favorites!  A chefs pick.
 Stump of the World  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 80 days.  Slightly smaller, however more productive than Brandywine, this selection offers the same outstanding rich, complex favors as Brandywine.  A dark pink, beefsteak type produced on potatoleaved plants.
 Stupice  Indeterminate, 52 days.  Hailing from Czechoslovakia, this variety combines earliness with flavor and vigor.  Extremely cold tolerant plants bear loads of 1 to 2 oz. fruits
 Sun Cherry Sun Cherry  Red cherry type: Indeterminate, 58 days. This variety replaces Sweet 100, due to its higher sugar content and slightly earlier maturation date.  Less prone to cracking.  Very prolific, producing loads of high quality fruits.
 Sun Gold  Orange cherry type: Indeterminate, 57 days.  Our most popular cherry tomato!  Their exceptionally sweet flavor make these toms a unique summer treat.  Small, round, orange colored fruits.  Very productive vines.  Prone to cracking.
Sun Sugar Hybrid, Indeterminate, 62 days. Light orange colored cherry tomatoes with a very sweet taste. You will be tempted to eat while you pick and never actually get them into your salad!
 Supersteak  Beefsteak type: Indeterminate, 80 days.  No introduction is needed for this famous tomato.  Incredibly large, scarlet fruits are very meaty with exceptional flavor.
 Sweet Olive Grape cherry type: Determinate, 57 days.  Thanks to the supermarkets, “grape tomato” has become a household name.  Sweet, bitesized fruits with firm, bright red flesh and skins.  One of the best for color, flavor, and texture.
Sweet Pea Currant Artisan, Indeterminate, 75 days. Plants grown an abundance of red currant fruit. Very sweet and rich flavor.
 Tasmanian Blushing Yellow Indeterminate, 85 days.  Unusual smallfruited selection.  Yellow fruits with pink traced interiors.  Classic mild, sweet yellow tomato flavor.
 Taxi Determinate, 64 days.  Both an early and a prolific variety, producing baseballsized yellow fruits.  Good sweet flavor.
 Tangella Indeterminate, 75 days. Originally from England, this selection is distinguished by its abundant production of sweet, tangerine colored, smooth fruits, sized slightly larger than a cherry.
Tazmanian Chocolate Artisan, Indeterminate, 75 days. A cross of New Big Dwarf and Paul Robeson. Results in a Robeson tomatoe growing on a 3-4′ plant. Deep rich colored and flavored tomatoe.
 Todd Country Amish  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 75 days.  Obtained from seed handed down by an Amish family living in Minnesota., a beefsteak type fruited selection, known for its extremely meaty interiors giving it an almost oxheartlike texture!
 Tommy Toe Heirloom: Determinate, 60 days.  An Australian variety known for its ease of cultivation.  Resistant to most disease, expect loads of slightly pointed, sweet crimson fruits.
True Black Brandywine Indeterminate, 8090 days.  From seed passed down from a Quaker gardners collection dating back to the 1920s.  Rich with history, this variety posses the classic large beefsteak type qualities of all Brandywines, combined with blacktoned skin and interiors and classic sweet/tangy Brandywine taste.
Ukranian Pear Heirloom: Indeterminate, 80 days.  Brought back by a volunteer for the Peace Corps serving in Yalta, Ukraine, this variety is a standout because of its unusual shape.  Average sized pink purple fruits are pear shaped, resembling the form of a dAnjou pear.
Valencia  Heirloom: Indeterminate, 76 days.  Large, round orange fruits.  Virtually seedless and very meaty.  Superior sweet flavor.
 Watermelon Beefsteak Heirloom: Indeterminate, 75 days.  Dating back at least a century, this variety produces outstandingly flavored, lightly scalloped, pink beefsteak type fruits.  Seeds for this variety were obtained from George Gleckler and are the true Watermelon Beefsteak.
White Queen Heirloom: Indeterminate, 85 days.  A terrific heirloom type.  Plants are very productive bearing nicely shaped, average sized white beefsteak type tomatoes.  Fruits are completely smooth with ribbed shoulders.  Some fruits have a slight pink blush and all ripen to a pale yellow color.  Great balanced flavor.
White Zebra Indeterminate, 7580 days.  Very unusual, this selection is distinguished by small creamcolored fruits with light yellow and greenish colored striping.  Excellent sweet flavor.
Yellow Brandywine Heirloom: Indeterminate, 78 days.  An orangeyellow version of the Brandywine tomato you love.  Extremely large fruits, slightly irregular in shape.  Meaty and sweet.
 Yellow Pear Yellow pear type: Indeterminate, 70 days.  We often get a lot of requests for this fun tomato at our farmers markets.  Vigorous vines bear loads of small, lemonyellow, pear shaped fruits.  Very mild, light flavor.
 Yellow Stuffer Heirloom: Indeterminate, 76 days.  Dont be fooled by this one.  Blocky, yellow fruits fruits closely resemble yellow bell peppers.  Tall, vigorous vines bear abundant quantities of yellow stuffing tomatoes ideal for slicing or stuffing.
Zapotec Pink Ribbed Heirloom: Indeterminate 80 days.  A most unusual tomato, owing its origins to the Zapotec Indians of Mexico.  Beautiful fruits are dark pink with deep pleats.  Sweet, mild flavor.
1884 Heirloom: Indeterminate, 85 days.  Seed from this selection was reportedly saved from a pile of debris discovered after the Great Flood of 1884.  Still in production today for its productivity and yield of large, quality 12 lb., sweet red fruits.