Cherry:


Blondkopfchen

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

Big, sprawling plants produce hundreds of 1/2" yellow fruits with a citrusy flavor and a sweet finish. Very popular with our customers.


Snow White

• Yellow, Cherry
• Open Pollinated
• Early Season
• Indeterminate

Our favorite cherry. 3/4" fruits are a beautiful pale yellow, sweet, nicely balanced and easy to pick.


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Honey Drop (Medovaya Kaplya)

• Open Pollinated
• Yellow, pear
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

A favorite cherry sized tomato for many growers, Honey Drop is prolific, sweet and fruity. A lovely variety from Russia that is WAY better than the old Yellow Pear.

 


Cream

• Open Pollinated
• Blue/Yellow Cherry
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

Very sweet fruit with thin skin too!  This is our sweetest variety, and the earliest to produce. Incredibly productive plants provide loads of fruit non-stop until frost.


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Sunrise Bumblebee

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

Local Variety! Bred by Fred Hempel of Baia Nicchia Farm in Sunol, this lovely cherry tomato is yellow with pink marbling and yellow stripes, and its flavors are sweet and tropical. Early in the season they typically do not show much marbling when ripe, but as the season progresses, peak ripeness better correlates with marbling.

Slicing/Salad/Beefsteak:


Azoychka

• Yellow, slicer
• Heirloom
• Early Season
• Indeterminate

Easy to grow, with consistently good production of yellow, smooth crack-free 3-4" fruit with very good sweet, citrusy flavors. A Russian heirloom.


Hillbilly

• Heirloom
• Bi-color
• Large, beefsteak
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

A classic old heirloom variety from Virginia. Fruits are large, beautifully streaked and mild flavored with low acid. 


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Caro Rich

• Open Pollinated
• Orange slicer
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

Deep golden orange, smooth fruit get their color from a high beta-carotene content. Low acid brings out the sweetness in this glowing tomato.


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Orange Strawberry

• Open Pollinated
• Orange, Oxheart
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

Beautiful deep orange heart-shaped fruits are nearly blemish-free. Flavors are sweet and juicy with few seeds. As with most oxhearts, plants are willowy with long, wispy leaves. Give them a good supportive cage.


 

Tobolsk

• Yellow/Orange Bicolor
• Heirloom
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

A 100 year old heirloom from Russia. Rare, yet a favorite with those who grow it, us included. Lovely, well balanced flavor. 


Dr. Wyche

• Orange, Beefsteak
• Open Pollinated
• Large fruit
• Mid-Late Season
• Indeterminate

Large, smooth skinned fruit are a long time favorite with tomato growers. Beautiful orange flesh, a classic beefsteak.


Lucky Cross

• Bi-color Orange/Red
• Open Pollinated
• Medium-Large fruit
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate, Potato Leaf

Our new favorite bi-color tomato! Sweet, richly flavored and well balanced, this beauty has produced extremely well for us and is a hit with most who taste it. Medium to large sized fruit are orange yellow with beautiful red streaks. 


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Dwarf Sweet Sue

• Open Pollinated
• Yellow slicer
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

A potato leaf dwarf variety that produces smooth, bright yellow fruit with a pink blush at the blossom end. Flavors are well balanced and particularly sweet. Tends to be one of the more prolific dwarf varieties. Good for generous containers or small gardens. Developed by the Dwarf Tomato Project.


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Wherokowhai (Dwarf)

• Open Pollinated
• Orange bi-color
• Mid Season
• Indeterminate

A dwarf version of one of its parents--'Lucky Cross', this is a sweet, juicy, beautiful bi-colored tomato. Lucky Cross is one of my absolute favorites, so this is an exciting variety for me! Wherokowhai' means "red/yellow" in the Maori language and is pronounced "fer-dow-co-fi." Developed by the Dwarf Tomato Project.