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Heirloom Tomato Seed

(Lycopersicon esculentum)

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

Indeterminate=staking  Determinate=bush

yellow cherry heirloom tomato

Hahms Gelbe

A wonderful little cherry tomato from Germany with delicious yellow fruit. The small plants grow to about 6" high, about the same size as Andrina, which is a red cherry. The two make an excellent combination in containers and you can then enjoy red and yellow cherries all summer long. Determinate. (60-65 days from transplant)

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Harbinger (1910)

An old English variety that was introduced in 1910. Extremely productive plants are loaded with small to medium size red tomatoes with good taste. Tolerates cool weather well. Indeterminate. (65 days from transplant)

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Hartman's Yellow Gooseberry (pre 1831)

A very old heirloom tomato that was popular in the 1800’s and listed by Fearing Burr in 1865. It was also illustrated in the Album Vilmorin in 1868. In the nineteenth century it was known as the Yellow Cherry Tomato or the Yellow CherryShaped Tomato. The vigorous vines produce clusters of lemon colored cherry tomatoes that are very tasty and definitely one of my favorite yellow cherries. Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (75 days from transplant) EXTREMELY RARE.

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an heirloom tomato the size of a females hand

Hendersons Winsall (1924)

Introduced in 1924 as ‘Number 400’ and renamed Wins All as a result of a naming contest in 1925 by Peter Henderson. Wins All resulted as an improvement of the well known pink beefsteak Ponderosa. Wins All is a beautifully shaped flattened pink beefsteak with superb flavor. The fruit are large and average 1lb and up. Indeterminate. (85 days from transplant)

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Hungarian Italian

Heavy producer of dark red paste tomatoes. The fruit keep well off the vine as well. An excellent variety. Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (75 days from transplant)

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Indian Stripe

A very old heirloom that is thought to be a distinct strain of Cherokee Purple. This variety was grown by Clyde Burson, who was in his 80’s, for as long as he could remember. Large fruit are purplish with green shoulders and occasional green striping. (The green striping is not present on most of the fruit produced.) One of the most delicious tomatoes that I have ever tasteda personal favorite! Compact indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (75 days) RARE.

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Ispolin

A Russian heirloom that has large pink 1-2 lb fruit with great taste. Indeterminate. (75 days from transplant)

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Italian Heirloom

I can sum it up in one word-Outstanding! This is a new favorite for me. This all purpose Italian heirloom tomato is great for eating fresh, canning, or salsa. The fruit are easy to peel and have great taste.The abundance of luscious red 1 lb fruit will amaze you. Highly recommended! Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (75-80 days from transplant)

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Ivory Pear

The very productive plants produce lots of ivory colored pear to plum shaped fruit. A nice variety to add to heirloom tomato salads. Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (70 days from transplant)

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Japanese Trifele Black

Originally from Russia. A very unique tomato with 3-5 oz reddish brown fruit with green shoulders and a squat pear shape. The fruit are sweet and should be picked before they get too ripe for best quality. Indeterminate, potato leaf foliage. (80 days)

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Jersey Devil

A great red paste tomato with very few seeds. The fruit are banana pepper shaped and are 4-6 inches long. Nice for sauce or salsa. Indeterminate, regular leaf. (85 days from transplant)

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Jaune Flamee

A delicious heirloom originating in France. This is a beautiful tomato with orange skin and reddish orange flesh. The fruit are 2-3 ounces (larger than a cherry), growing in clusters of 5-6. Very high yields of tangy, delicious fruit. Great for salads or snacking. Indeterminate, regularleaf foliage. Highly recommended! (75 days from transplant)

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Jumbo Jim Orange

Large orange tomatoes are 10-16 oz. and have good flavor. Great for salads or slicing. Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (80-85 days from transplant)

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Kalinka

A Belarusian heirloom that is very early and productive. The red blemish free fruit are medium size and are produced in clusters. Nice flavor as well. Can be used as an early canning variety. Determinate, regular leaf foliage. (50 days)

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Kelogg’s Breakfast

A family heirloom from Darrell Kelogg of Redford, MI. The large orange beefsteaks can reach 2 lbs and are very productive. Very good taste as well. Indeterminate. (90 days from transplant)

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Kennington’s Big Red

A family heirloom of Hugh Kennington of Ontario, Oregon. His family has been saving the seed of this variety for years. The blemish free red fruit are 8-12 oz and are nice for canning or slicing. The firm fruit last well off the plant. Indeterminate. (85 days from transplanting)

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Kibit’s Ukrainian

A very compact determinate plant that is great for growing in containers. The fruit are elongated red plums and are produced in abundance. The plants are literally covered! They are quite juicy so are great for snacking or using in salads. Determinate, regular leaf foliage. (65 days from transplant)

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Kosovo

Seed was originally collected by Glenn Parker of New Zealand from a U.N. worker in the Kosovo region of former Yugoslavia in the 1990s. Kosovo really impressed me this summer. The vines were productive and the 8-16 oz heart shaped ribbed fruit were delicious. A wonderful variety for slicing or canning. Indeterminate. (75 days from transplant)

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Heirloom Tomato - Kukla's Portuguese Beefsteak

Kukla's Portuguese Beefsteak

A really exciting new heirloom variety! Seed was given to Carolyn Male by J. Tarbox of MA who obtained some tomatoes from Larry Kukla which this variety is named after. Larry Kukla obtained the seed from a man who brought them from Portugal. The large red tomatoes average 1 lb or more and are quite productive. Indeterminate, potato leaf. (85 days from transplant)

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Lambert’s General Grant (1869)

Developed by a gardener named Mr. Lambert in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania in 1869. This very old heirloom has large rosepink fruit that are oblate and ridged. Vine ripened fruit have the best flavor. Indeterminate, finely dissected foliage. (85 days from transplant)

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Latah

Developed at Latah County at the University of Idaho and named by Dr. Boe. Very early bright red tomato that average about 2 inches across. The flavor is good and better than many of the super early varieties. Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (50 days from transplant)

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Ludmilla’s Red Plum

Originally from Kazakhstan, this wonderful heirloom was grown by a lady named Ludmilla for over 50 years! She later moved to Germany and shared seeds with Reinhard Kraft of Germany. The plants have wispy, droopy foliage typical for elongated plum shaped tomatoes. The 6-10 oz fruit are red and very tasty. These are great for slicing or canning. Indeterminate. (80 days from transplant)

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Lumpy Red

A wonderful heirloom that was grown for many years by a lady in Clay City, Kentucky. This variety is said to date from the early 1900’s and has that old fashioned taste and large size making it perfect for tomato sandwiches. Indeterminate, regular leaf. (80 days from transplant)

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Lutescent (1897)

Also known as Livingston Honor Bright. A distinctive heirloom tomato that was introduced by Alexander Livingston in 1897. This odd tomato has very pale yellowish leaves with white flowers. The medium sized fruit are produced in clusters of 6-7 and drop when ripe. The fruit go through a series of color changes starting with green, white, yellow, orange and finally red. This makes the plant very interesting with all different colors of tomatoes on it. Despite the strange foliage, flowers and fruit of this heirloom, the taste is good, the fruit firm and the plants are very productive. A unique heirloom that is well worth growing! Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (70 days)

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