Tag Archives: determinate

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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Tomato – Costa Rica

Heirloom producing 1 1/2-inch 4-ounce round “saladette” tomatoes with good tomato flavor. First Planted: 2013 Days: 72 Size: Indeterminate Color: Red Season: Mid-Season Type: Heirloom From

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Tomato – Tangella

A disease resistant, highly productive heirloom variety that produces clusters of 2-inch, round, bright-orange fruit containing an intense fruity flavors with a nice snappy tang. First Planted: 2013 Days: 79 Size: Indeterminate Color: Yellow-Orange Season: Mid-Season Type: Heirloom From

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Tomato – Green Sausage

Short bushy plant that yields abundant crop of 3-inch long, yellow-green, sausage shaped fruits with darker green verticle striping and a pointed tip. Good tasting ‘novelty’ tomato that brigtens up a tomato display or salad. Also good for sauce. First Planted: 2013 Days: 78 Size: Determinate Color: Other Colors Season: Mid-Season From

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Tomato – Surender Indian Curry

From Indian gardener, Surender Katta. This organic tomato seeds produce short, compact, determinate, regular-leaf tomato plants that yield 2″, red, slightly flattened fruit that is juicy and more acidic than sweet for Indian curries. A very good choice for a patio garden or small garden or hanging basket. First Planted: 2013 Days: 70 Size: Determinate Color: Red Season: Mid-Season Type: Open-Pollinated From

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Tomato – Speckled Roman

AKA Striped Roman tomato. The source of this tomato is John Swenson. A cross between Antique Roman and Banana Legs. The tomato has the distinct end nipple of the latter. Compact, indeterminate, regular-leaf tomato plants that have a high yield of very intriguingly beautiful, meaty, 4-6-inch long, orange-red paste tomato with good flavors and wavy yellow stripes. Looks like a …

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Tomato – Alaska

alaska tomato

An heirloom tomato from Russia. (Aljaska is Russian spelling). These organic tomato seeds produce short to medium-sized, bushy plants. This is an early-producing tomato plant that yields lots of large, round, brilliant red, ‘salad-type’ cherry tomatoes with very good flavor. This is a favorite tomato variety for cooler growing climates. I have friends who prefer this tomato variety for their …

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Tomato – Aurora

Aurora tomato

Aurora Tomato Seeds from Siberia is named for the Aurora Borealis. Compact, bushy, determinate plants produce impressively heavy crops of 4-6 oz., red, round, blemish-free, oblate tomatoes with acidic but delicious tomatoey flavors. Produces well in cooler climates, coastal climates or high altitudes, in the field, in the greenhouse or containers. An excellent choice for a heavy producing early tomato …

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Tomato – Bison

Bison tomato

Old fashioned American favorite heirloom tomato that was developed by Dr. A. F. Yeager of North Dakota University and was listed by Oscar H. Will & Co. in 1937. TomatoFest organic seeds produce dwarf, compact, determinate plants that were listed in the McFayden Seed Catalog as a “self-pruning,” and needing no staking. Plants produce huge amounts of 2-3″, red, round …

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Tomato – Pride of Flanders

This unique determinate variety was developed by Tom Wagner around 2000 and named it at the tomato festival in Haveskerque in northern France in 2008. These TomatoFest organic seeds produce short compact plants that yield abundant bunches of 1 1/4 inch, unusual and beautiful purple-black cherry tomatoes that are distinctly tart. A novelty tomato that is sure to surprise your …

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