Specializing in rare and endangered heirloom vegetable, flower and herb seed.

Heirloom/Heritage Tomato Seed

(Lycopersicon esculentum)

All of our seed is open pollinated, non-hybrid, non-GMO, untreated, natural heirloom seed.

Indeterminate=staking  Determinate=bush

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Earliana (1900)

Introduced by Johnson and Stokes of Philadelphia in 1900. The original stock was said to be selected from a single plant in a field of Stone Tomato by George Sparks of Salem, New Jersey. The large red, blemish free fruit weigh 8-12 ounces and are perfect for slicing or canning. A very uniform strain. Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (75 days from transplant)

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  • Price: $3.00
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Early Annie

The most productive tomato of the season! Early Annie is an exceptional tomato combining earliness, productiveness and beautiful medium sized blemish free orange red fruit. Despite drought throughout the summer, these determinate tomato plants were literally covered with fruit. Excellent for canning, slicing or salads. Determinate, regular leaf foliage. (65-70 days) EXTREMELY RARE.

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  • Price: $3.00
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Early Large Red (1700s)

A very historic variety that was one of the most popular and best documented tomato varieties in North America prior to the Civil War. Fearing Burr in Field and Garden Vegetables of America (1865) wrote "From the time of the introduction of the tomato to its general use in this country, the Large Red was almost the only kind cultivated, or even commonly known." The red heavily lobed or scalloped fruit are flat and usually measure 2½-3" wide. The Early Large Red tomato is best used for cooking. A very beautiful and productive historic variety. Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (70 days from transplant) EXTREMELY RARE.

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  • Price: $3.95
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Early Orange Stripe

One of the first to ripen this past summer. The 2 ounce oval fruit are red with orange stripes and are slightly larger than a golf ball. The red and orange striped fruit are beautiful in salads. Extremely productive plants. Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (65 days from transplant)

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  • Price: $3.00
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Early Wonder (1947)

The Burgess Seed and Plant Co. obtained seed for this tomato from a California gardener in 1947 and introduced it in 1950. The productive bush plants produce round pink 6 oz fruit that have good taste for an early variety. Determinate. (60 days from transplant)

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  • Price: $3.00
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Elfin

Large determinate plants produce hundreds of small red oblong, grape type fruit. The very unique fruit are flavorful and excellent for snacking or throwing into salads. Another candidate to grow in a large pot on the patio. Determinate, regular leaf foliage. (55-60 days)

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  • Price: $3.00
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Ernie's Plump

Excellent variety that is similar in shape to the Italian Pear tomatoes. The medium sized pear shaped tomatoes have numerous ridges on the stem end and are a very interesting shape, sort of a fat pear shaped tomato. The flesh is very red and cooks down to make very red, rich tomato sauce. This fabulous variety is also very productive. One of my favorites for canning, sauces and paste. Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (80 days)

  • Package Qty: 25 seeds
  • Price: $3.00
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Estler's Mortgage Lifter

One of the best strains of Mortgage Lifter Tomato. Estler’s Mortgage Lifter is more productive and tasty than the other strains. The pink oblate fruit average over 1 lb and can get much larger. Indeterminate. (85-90 days from transplant)

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  • Price: $3.00
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Eva Purple Ball(late 1800's)

Heirloom from the Black Forest region of Germany in the late 1800’s. The pink purplish 4-5 oz fruit are blemish free and perfect for market gardeners. Tasty and productive. Determinate. (70 days from transplant)

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  • Price: $3.00
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Fargo Yellow Pear

In 1936 this tomato was awarded the Market Gardeners Award of Merit. The 1937 McFayden Seed catalogue stated, "This medium large, selfpruning tomato is the heaviest yielding tomato so far tested at the Experimental Station in Morden, Manitoba, and very noticeable on our own farm." The determinate plants produce loads of pear to oval shaped yellow tomatoes that are slightly larger than the original Yellow Pear tomato. The fruit is excellent in salads. Because of the determinate nature of the plants I prefer to grow these over the original Yellow Pear which attains a great size and requires staking. Great for small gardens and one of the most prolific tomatoes that you will grow! Determinate, regularleaf foliage. (65 days from transplant) EXTREMELY RARE.

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  • Price: $3.00
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Farthest North

Introduced by the North Dakota State University in 1934. A very early and prolific cherry tomato that sets fruit in cool temperatures. Good for containers and northern areas. Determinate, regularleaf foliage. (50 days from transplant) EXTREMELY RARE.

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  • Price: $3.00
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Ferris Wheel (1898)

Introduced by the Salzer Seed Company of LaCrosse, Wisconsin in 1898. I originally grew this tomato simply because of its history and rarity, but I was very impressed with the large flattened pink beefsteak type fruit and amazing production and taste. One slice of this tomato will easily cover a piece of bread and the beautiful fruit are blemish free. Definitely one of the highlights of the season. Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (80 days) EXTREMELY RARE.

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  • Price: $3.00
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Feurerwerk

My favorite tomato of the season! Originally from Germany, the fruit are breathtaking with yellow mottling and stripes on a red background it really does look like fireworks! The fruit average 10-12 oz and have good flavor. A must for every tomato collector. Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (80 days from transplant)

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Fireball (1952)

Introduced by Joseph Harris Co. in Rochester, NY in 1952. Fireball was developed from a round plum line and the Valiant Tomato. The glossy red globes are 6-10 oz and have nice old fashioned flavor. The firm fruit are nice for canning or eating fresh and keep well after picking. Semideterminate. (65 days from transplant)

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  • Price: $3.00
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Flin Flon

A nice large tomato that was obtained from an elderly gentleman up in Flin Flon, MB who had been growing this variety for a number of years. The large 1 lb fruit are a pinkish color and have good taste. Indeterminate, potato-leaf foliage. Extremely rare. (80 days from transplant)

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Forme de Coeur

This wonderful heirloom originates from Quebec. Forme de Coeur really impressed me this summer and it is now one of my new favorites! The red heart shape fruit are medium size and produced in abundance. The fruit have great taste and are quite meaty. A great all purpose tomato that is early as well. Determinate, regular leaf foliage. (65 days from transplant)

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  • Price: $3.00
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Franchi Giant Pear

Beautiful heirloom tomato that can gow up to a pound. The large red pear shape fruit have vertical ribs and are quite meaty. A nice all purpose tomato. Indeterminate, regular leaf. (85 days from transplant)

  • Package Qty: 25 seeds
  • Price: $3.00
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