Tag Archives: indeterminate

Tomato – Armenian

From tomato collector Charlotte Mullens of West Virginia. Large flattish yellow and orange tomato with some red marbling. A bi-colored beefsteak with great flavor and unusually strong flavors for a bi-colored. First Planted: 2013 Days: 90 Size: Indeterminate Color: Bi-Colored Season: Late-Season Type: Heirloom From Read More »

Tomato – Lithuanian Crested Pink

An heirloom tomato plant with regular, wispy foliage producing a good yield of, 10-16 oz., pink, heart-shaped fruits. Meaty flesh, very sweet flavors. Fruit size varies. A good salad tomato, sandwich tomato or sauce tomato. First Planted: 2013 Days: 85 Size: Indeterminate Color: Pink Season: Mid-Season Type: Heirloom From Read More »

Tomato – Black Krim

(aka Black Crimson) Krim is Russian and Ukrainian for Crimea, which is a peninsula in the Ukraine. The heirloom tomato tomato Black Krim is named for it.  This rare, and outstanding tomato yields 3-4″ slightly flattened dark-red (mahogany-colored) slightly maroon, beefsteak tomatoes with deep green shoulders. Green gel around seeds. Fantastic, intense, slightly salty taste (which is great for those ... Read More »

Tomato – Vintage Wine

A wonderful new addition to your garden. Pink with gold-striped,  pastel-hued, 1 lb. tomato with pronounced, elegant sweet delicious flavor. Tall potato-leaf plant producing lots of fruit. First Planted : 2013 Days: 84 Size: Indeterminate. Color: Bi-Colored Season: Late-Season From Read More »

Tomato – Brads Black Heart

Originated from Brad Gates of Wild Boar Farms in California who found it in a patch of Black Krim and stabilized the seed. These TomatoFest organic tomato seeds produce indeterminate, droopy regular-leaf plants that yield copious amounts of 12 oz., pink-black, heart-shaped tomatoes (mostly flattened hearts…some pointy, some blunt) with exceptionally rich sweet complex flavors, typical of the best of ... Read More »

Tomato – Mexico

Brought to the America by a Mexican family living in the Midwest. TheseTomatofest organic tomato seeds produce very large, indeterminate, regular-leaf, prolific tomato plants that yield huge sets of 1-2 pound, slightly flattened, irregular-shaped, dark-pink beefsteak tomatoes with terrific bold, tomato flavors. Plenty of sweetness with complementary acid flavors. A perfect tomato for slicing fresh and thick for sandwiches and ... Read More »

Tomato – Zebra Rita

Another unique variety developed by Tom Wagner around in the mid 1900’s. Named in 2008 “Zebra Rita” on his visit in Belgium and France, during which he stayed in the house of Rita Declercq. The seeds he had with him he named after her in appreciation. These TomatoFest organic seeds produce indeterminate plants that yield abundant crops of medium-sized, 8-12 ... Read More »

Tomato – Ox Heart

From 1925. Productive, dark-pink/red ox heart shaped, 1-2 lb., juicy, meaty fruit with few seeds and mild flavors. First Planted: 2013 Days: 84 Size: Indeterminate Color: Pink Season: Mid-Season Type: Heirloom From Read More »

Tomato – Nepal

Originally from Farmers Seed Co., from India’s Himalaya Mountains. Big sprawling plant producing abundant crop of 6 to 10 -oz., smooth, round, scarlet-red fruits with little cracking and intense sweettomatoey flavor. A great keeper if picked green late in summer and allowed to ripen when wrapped in paper. First Planted: 2013 Days: 75 Size: Indeterminate Color: Red Season: Mid-Season Type: Heirloom From Read More »

Tomato – Thieneman Australian Heart

These tomato seeds were passed to the late Joe Thieneman, a nurseryman from Louisville, Kentucky by an Australian during WWII. Joe grew it continuously thereafter and to this day, his family still grows it and sells plants in their nursery. These organic tomato seeds produce large, indeterminate, regular-leaf tomato plants that are moderate to heavy producers of HUGE, red, 1 ... Read More »