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Tomato – Red Fig

The Red Fig tomatoes have been grown in America since the 18th century. The Red Fig is an heirloom tomato named for a sweet delicacy that was made with this tomato and popular in the mid 1800s. Historically they were dried and packed away for winter use in substitute of figs. These TomatoFest organic tomato seeds produce big leafy, indeterminate, …

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Tomato – Dads Sunset

Dads Sunset Tomato

Uniformly round, meaty, 10 -14 oz., (2-3 inches), smooth, golden-orange tomatoes (the color of the setting sun). Slightly tart, yet a delightful sweet, fruity flavor. One of the best tasting tomatoes. A beautiful tomato on the vine or in the bowl. Wonderful salad tomato. A great choice for a market tomato due to its visual appeal and productivity. Good disease …

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Tomato – Amana Orange

Huge heirloom beefsteak tomato named for the Amana Colonies in Iowa. These organic tomato seeds produce big, regular leaf plants that produce above average amounts of beautiful light-orange, irregular shaped (fluted) heirloom tomatoes that can grow to 2 pounds or more, with an average diameter of 5 inches. Excellent sweet, almost  tropical fruit flavors. Planted: 2014 Days: 90 Size: Indeterminate Color: Yellow-Orange Season: Late-Season …

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Tomato – Black Pear

Truly a unique black Russian tomato of Siberian origin. (Similar to Japanese Black Trifele.) TomatoFest organic heirloom tomato seeds produce big, indeterminate, potato-leaf plants that yield plentiful crops of 6-8 oz., dark, mahogany-brown tomatoes with dark green shoulders. Fruits are shaped like miniature pears and are loaded with excellent, complex, sweet, well-balanced flavors. These are not only very decorative but …

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Tomato – San Francisco Fog

Large tomato plant bearing abundant clusters of delicious, red, round, 2-3 inch heirloom tomato fruit. Bred for the cool, west coast, overcast climate these tomato seeds will do well in cooler areas.  A great red heirloom tomato. First Planted: 2004 Days: 72 Size: Indeterminate Color: Red Season: Early-Season From

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Tomato – Black Zebra

A natural and stabilized cross between Green Zebra and a black tomato by Jeff Dawson. These TomatoFest organic tomato seeds produce vigorous, indeterminate, regular-leaf tomato plants that produce 4 oz., 1 1/2″, juicy, round tomatoes with purple/mahogany-colored skin with green stripes (like brush strokes) with exceptionally rich, complex, really delightful tomato flavors that contain hints of smoke and sweetness. Its …

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Tomato – Red Zebra

A natural cross. Plant yields huge amounts of 2-inch, red fruit with light yellow striping (or as some say, yellow fruit with red striping). Same shape as Green Zebra with red-yellow flesh.   First Planted: 2013 Days: 93 Size: Indeterminate Color: Bi-Colored Season: Late-Season From

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Tomato – La Carotina

French parent of Caro Orange. Prolific plant yielding 2-inch, 7 oz., round fruit, hi in carotene with light peach-orange juicy meat and lots of well-balanced citrusy flavors with a hint of carrot. First Planted: 2013 Days: 80 Size: Indeterminate Color: Yellow-Orange Season: Mid-Season From

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Tomato – Marvel Striped

Beefsteak originally from Oaxaca, Mexico. Largest of the bi-colored tomatoes. May get over 4-inches and 2 pounds. Sweet, mild fruity flavors. First Planted: 2013 Days: 95 Size: Indeterminate Color: Bi-Colored Season: Late-Season Type: Heirloom From

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Tomato – Burbank Slicing

Developed by Luther Burbank around 1915. A heavy producer of medium-sized red, round fruit. Tested very high in amino acids. Does well in drier climates. First Planted: 2013 Days: 70 Size: Determinate Color: Red Season: Mid-Season From

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