Cherry:


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Amy's Sugar Gem

• Red, Cherry
• Open Pollinated
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

A productive variety producing perfect, red, smooth 2-bite cherry tomatoes about the size of a ping-pong ball. A long season variety, it will still be producing long after most have given up.


Peacevine

• Red, Cherry
• Open Pollinated
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

Said to have the most vitamin C of any tomato, and an amino acid that induces calm, thus the name. Produces 3/4" sweet red fruit.


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Whippersnapper

• Red, Cherry
• Open Pollinated
• Very Early Season
• Determinate

A good choice for containers, even hanging baskets. Plants are small, but produce so much fruit you can barely see the leaves! Great for balconies or very small spaces. 


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Pink Bumblebee 

• Open Pollinated
• Striped, cherry
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

Local Variety! Bred by Fred Hempel of Baia Nicchia Farm in Sunol, this pink cherry tomato is striped orange and is bright and sweet. Grows well in containers or in-ground. According to the breeder, flavors change with different stages of ripening, and he suggests trying them in all their stages.

Slicing/Salad/Beefsteaks:


Stupice

• Red, slicer
• Heirloom
• Very Early Season
• Small-Medium fruit
• Indeterminate

Easy to grow, this very early variety produces lots of smooth, round small tomatoes good for salads. Very dependable and will produce over a long season.


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Super Sioux

• Heirloom
• Red slicer
• Early/Mid Season
• Indeterminate

Great for that hot, dry corner of the garden, this variety keeps producing even when temperatures rise. Globe shaped fruit is smooth and crack-free with a hit of acid.


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Fish Lake Oxheart

• Open Pollinated
• Red/Pink, oxheart
• Mid Season

Highly regarded by tomato growers as one of the best oxhearts. Meaty with few seeds or gel and with very good flavor. Great for fresh eating or salsa or cooking. Plants are long and wispy by nature (as with most heart tomatoes), so don't mistake it for being unhappy. These should produce very well!


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Sudduth Strain Brandywine

• Heirloom
• Red/Pink Beefsteak
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate
• Ark of Taste Variety

Classic, rich, complex sweet flavors Brandywines are famous for, and this one produces consistently. 5" fruits tend to come in flushes, 6-8 or more in a flush, then you must wait patiently for the next flush. Well worth it! On Slow Food's Ark of Taste list as a rare, endangered variety.


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Mortgage Lifter VFN

• Open Pollinated
• Red Beefsteak
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

An improved, disease resistant version of Radiator Charlie’s Mortgage Lifter. Fruit is more uniform and ripens to red. While the fruit isn't as large as the original, the plants are much more productive, and deserves the Mortgage Lifter reputation.


Arkansas Traveler

• Open Pollinated
• Red, Slicer
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

3" fruits are smooth, crack-free globes with very good, somewhat mild flavors. This particularly heat tolerant variety is a good producer over a long season.


Marianna's Peace

• Heirloom
• Red/Pink, beefsteak
• Large sized fruit
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

A favorite amongst tomato gardeners, this pink/red, fleshy beefsteak has the classic, old fashioned tomato flavors. Very tasty, high quality fruit! Good sweet-acid balance. One of my favorites.


Julia Child

• Red, Beefsteak
• Open Pollinated
• Large fruit
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

Large fruits with big beefsteak flavor that Julia would be proud of. If you're a fan of beefsteaks, this one won't disappoint.


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Friendship (Druzba)

• Heirloom
• Red, slicer
• Medium sized fruit
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

A Bulgarian heirloom that produces LOTS of smooth, red, crack-free, blemish-free fruits with a good balance of flavor. Not too sweet or tart. This is a very good red variety.


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Raspberry Miracle
(Malinovoe Chudo)

• Open Pollinated
• Pink Beefsteak
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

Beautiful, smooth, scarlet pink fruit is a good complex blend of sweet and acid. Fruits can get quite large, up to 1 lb. Another wonderful Russian variety.


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Tsar of Bells
(Tsar Kolokol)

• Heirloom
• Red/Pink Oxheart
•Mid Season
• Indeterminate

Compact indeterminate, regular leaf plant produces large yields of medium to large pink, dense, meaty, heart-shaped fruits with very few seeds and excellent full flavors. Tolerates heat well.  


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Kosovo

• Open Pollinated
• Red, heart
• Med-Larg sized
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

A great do-it-all tomato, and small growers LOVE this one. Eat it fresh, make sauce, or make salsa. Plants do well in a variety of conditions, making this one a favorite for growers everywhere.  


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Rosella Crimson (Dwarf)

• Open Pollinated
• Red/pink slicer
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

Sturdy, dwarf plants produce medium-sized fruit with clear skin and deep-red flesh. This is one of the top rated dwarf varieties for flavor. Plants do well in generous containers or small-space gardens. Developed by the Dwarf Tomato Project.

Plum/Paste:


Heidi

• Red, Paste
• Open Pollinated
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

A consistent producer of smooth, small paste tomatoes with excellent flavor. Easy and carefree to grow, this variety has less problems with BER than other pastes.


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Opalka

• Red, Paste
• Heirloom
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

5" long tapered fruits have the best flavor of pastes, in our opinion. Meaty, juicy and sweet, these are even good for slicing into salads. 


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Chico III VFF

• Open Pollinated
• Red plum/paste
• Mid Season
• Determinate

Great for making sauce, this variety is heat tolerant, disease resistant, and a heavy producer! Compact plants produce loads of fruit that set and ripen about the same time. Make a big batch of sauce or can these lovely tomatoes.