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Anna Russian

80 days, indet., thin skin, wispy foliage, regular leaf, 5-17 oz pink, heart shaped fruit, excellent taste, good yield.

Black Zebra78 days, indet., regular leaf, 3-4 oz round black fruits with green stripes.

Beauty King

This variety is the result of a cross between two great heirlooms, Big Rainbow and Green Zebra. The result is a plant that produces large, gorgeous bi-color fruits that are yellow with flashy red stripes on the outside and yellow with bright red streaks on the inside. Very meaty fruits have an excellent, sweet tomato flavor. ~80 days. Indeterminate.

Black Sea ManRussian heirloom from Marina Danilenko. Small plants produce medium-sized brownish-pink fruits with olive green shading. Well marbled flesh is attractive when blanched and peeled. Rich flavor. Potato leaf foliage. Determinate, 75 days from transplant.


Luscious pink-purple beefsteak fruit grow to at least 1 lb., and have a superb, rich flavor, high in both sugar and acid. The tomatoes are smooth in shape and may be compared to those of Brandywine. Potato-leaved plants become large and are quite productive. Indeterminate. 80 days.

Brown Berry

Indeterminate , regular-leaf plants that yield exceptionally large crops of mahogany (brick-red) brown colored, 1-inch, round, open-pollinated cherry tomatoes. The Brown Berry cherry tomato has excellent semi-sweet, rich flavors with just a slight bit of acid finish over its fruity sweetness. Very Juicy! A great snacking or salad tomato to mix with your other colored tomatoes.

Cherokee Green

Another variety from heirloom tomato collector Craig LeHoullier who grew out Cherokee Chocolate from another seed saver in 1997. One plant gave him a cross that stayed green when ripe. He then stabilized this seed for Cherokee Green. Seeds produce big, leafy, regular-leaf plants similar to Cherokee Purple that yields 12-16 oz. beefsteak tomatoes that are amber green with a yellowish hue when ripe. This is one of the best tasting, most flavorful of all the green tomatoes. A very fine slicer tomato good as a salad tomato, a slicer for sandwiches and yes, give this a try for a delicious pasta sauce.

Chocolate Cherry

A delicious and pretty cherry tomato similar to the very popular Black Cherry, but with fruit that generally grows a bit larger in size. Pulp is dark, red-purple and juicy. Flavor is quite sweet. Fruits are born in healthy sized clusters. Indeterminate. 75 days.

Chocolate Stripes

Very large regular-leaf tomato plants yield a plentiful crop of 3-4 inches,

mahogany colored fruits with dark, olive green-striping (similar to black zebra). Fruits have delicious, complex, rich, sweet, earthy tomato flavors. Produces well into the autumn. A great sandwich tomato and salad tomato. Indeterminate. 79 days.


A Jeff Dawson creation of a cross between green Zebra and Marvel Stripe, named in honor of COPIA (the American Center of Food, Wine and the Arts). 6 oz., red and yellow striped slicer with great flavor.

Cuor di Bue

This Oxheart type Italian heirloom has been a favorite in Italy for many years. Beautiful 12 oz. fruit have a delicious sweet taste. The fruits, similar to the shape of a heart, are great for fresh eating or cooking. Large vigorous vines. Indeterminate. 70 days.

Dagma's Perfection

A vigorous and abundant producer of medium-sized (3”, 12 oz.), slightly flattened, pale-yellow fruits with delicate, light red striping. Deliciously flavorful with overtones of tropical fruit and subtle hints of lime. Firm, juicy and elegant in the mouth, and jewel-like in appearance.

Debarao Ukranian

This heirloom produces an abundant crop of deep-red, paste tomatoes. Fruits are 3-4 oz., oval and crack free. Matures earlier than most Italian plum types. Lots of rich tomato flavors. Great for snacking, sauces and salads.

De Barrao Black Ukranian

Small, egg shaped brownish-red-purple fruit have a fabulous spicy, sweet, rich taste. Unbelievably heavy yields of 2-4 oz. tomatoes smother the vines in fruit. This tomato is early and keeps producing scads of darling, flawless fruit all season long until hard frost. Indeterminate. 75 days.

Dr. Wyches Yellow
A family heirloom from the United States. Indet., regular leaf, yellow/orange beefsteaks about 6-16 oz with meaty interior and small seed cavities, no core. Some fruits have some green shoulders. Excellent sweet flavor, nice texture.

Earl of Edgecombe

When the 6th Earl of Edgecombe died in the 1960's, the heir to the title of 7th Earl was a relative in New Zealand who was a sheep farmer at the time. When he traveled to England to claim the title, he brought this tomato with him. The seeds for this New Zealand heirloom were made available through Carolyn Male, who found it the best of her 1996 seed trials. The smooth, 3-inch, round, uniformly ripening fruits are beautiful orange globes, typically borne in clusters of two or more. Flesh is firm, meaty and exceptionally flavorful.


Heirloom yellow cherry tomato, originally from Siberia. Large, sprawling, regular leaf plants that prolifically yield copious amounts of golden-yellow, cherry tomatoes about the size of a quarter produced in long, full clusters. The flavor very sweet with a delicious richness and complexity. A fantastic snacking tomato in the garden, and great for brightening up salads or pizza. Indeterminate. 75 days.

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A cherry tomato with style points, its yellow skinned with neon green juice. The kids have fun telling us it's not a tomato!

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Gold Medal

75-90 days. The 1 lb fruit are among the smoothest bi-colored tomatoes we carry and are one of the most beautiful we have seen. Lovely yellow fruit are blushing with rosy red that radiates from the blossom end. The firm flesh is of superior quality, being sweet and mild. The low acid content makes them great for fresh eating.

Gary Ibsen's

Plant produces lots of very juicy, 14 oz. brilliant orange gold globes with tropical fruit flavors with enough acid balance to guarantee a burst of tomato delight. This heirloom tomato is sure to become a favorite!

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Hartman's Gooseberry

This very old variety from the 1860's is a brilliant 1" to 2 " yellow cherry tomato with big sweet flavors that explode in your mouth. Probably the best tasting yellow cherry and you will have enough to give them away by the basketful. Indeterminate. 75 days.

Grace Lehman's Pink

This perfectly lovely, perfect pink tomato is a family heirloom from Grace Lahman of Fairview, MO. The 6-oz. fruits are absolutely blemish free and meaty. Very juicy and suitable for canning or eating fresh. Indeterminate. ~75 days.

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Boondockers Select Oxheart

Selected Orange Oxheart varieties that did well and saved them. Some were trialed dry harvesting and did very well here is a mix of three of our favorites. Indeterminate. 89 days.

Japanese Black Trifele

A fairly rare tomato variety known for its superior quality fruits which ripen to a deep red-black color and pear shape. Originally from Russia, this variety bears medium-sized fruits with a rich flavor. Potato leaved plants. 80 days.

Kent Wheatleys Frost resistant
Nice red pink cherry tomato with good frost tolerance, determinate

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This wonderful variety came from a former U.N. worker in Kosovo, who passed it down to Carolyn Male. Huge, deep pink heart-shaped fruit has a sweet rich flavor and is very meaty while still being juicy. Production is excellent and the tomatoes are simply beautiful, but it is the delectable and intense tomato flavor that really makes this one special. Tomatoes can grow up to 1 pound, with ranges from 10 to 18 oz. Indeterminate. 75-80 days.

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Limmony From Craig Lehoullier who got seeds from Aaron Whealy. Limmony is one of the first Russian varieties popularized in the US. An abundant Russian heirloom. Produces 1-16 oz., 4-5", light-yellow beefsteak. Unlike most yellows this one is loaded with lots of luscious, big sweet tangy flavors. It's been one of my favorite yellows to grow for market.
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Malakhitovaya Shkatulka

70 days-The translated name means "Malachite Box," named after the lovely green boxes that are made from this mineral that comes from the Ural mountains and other areas. This early, light-to-olive green, medium-sized tomato has succulent bright green flesh that is very flavorful and tasty. Plants are productive even in the North, as this variety was developed at Svetlana Farm in Russia, and it has been tested in Siberia!

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French heirloom. Produces dependable heavy, clusters of 6-ounce deep red, slightly flattened, oblate fruits that are meaty, lightly lobed and contain an excellent, complex, slightly tart taste. This variety also does well in the cooler summer conditions of California's bay areas. An all-'round great tomato for slicing.

Matt's Wild Cherry

Genetically linked to wild Mexican tomatoes from the state of Hidago. Tall, vigorous, rangy, indeterminate, regular-leaf tomato plants with thousands of 1/2 -inch red cherry tomatoes, borne in clusters. Fruits have a very sweet, delicious taste. Like snacking on candy. This tomato variety that should do well in cooler growing regions as it appears to have some frost resistance. Great for sprinkling these "jewels" into a salad. Indeterminate. 70 days.


Brought to the America by a Mexican family living in the Midwest. This organic tomato's 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 sliced up in salads. Once you select this variety it will be in your garden every year. A great showplace tomato for the County Fair.

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Noire CharbonneuseMeans black like coal , great cold weather results and a tasty tomato!

A prolific, rare, Russian tomato variety. Beautiful, smooth, round, "black" tomatoes that are dark mohagany with dark grey-green shoulders. Nyagous is a wonderfully firm and blemish-free, 6 oz. tomato with lots of sweet, complex fruit flavors and a clean acidic finish. Up to 6 fruits to a cluster. Nyagous is resistant to cracking. Indeterminate. 76 days.

Olena Ukrainian

Large potato leaf plant from the Ukraine producing good crops of 1-2 lb, smooth, fluted, blemish-free, solid, sweet, pink beefsteak tomatoes.


One of the best tasting paste tomatoes on the market, the Opalka has a delicious flavor and few seeds. The fruits might look like you're growing red peppers, as they ripen to red, with a blocky, ovaloid shape. Fruits grow to 5" and are borne in small clusters. Indeterminate. 85 days.

Orange Blossom

Possibly the best early-season orange tomato. A medium sized, orange-skinned tomato with juice-filled pulp that has a nice, rich flavor. Fruit are quite uniform in growth and generally weigh a bit over 6oz. Determinate. 60 days.

Plum Tigris
A Russian commercial variety, introduced to North America by Andrey Baranovski of Minsk, Belarus in the early 2000s. Andrey did not translate the name correctly, and it became known in North America as 'Plum Tigris'. The original name is Slivovidnyi Polosatyi.
Pink Boar

Striking looks and outrageous flavor that is sweet, rich and juicy distinguish this heirloom tomato cross. Regular leaf plants produce an abundance of 2 to 4 oz. fruits that are port wine in color with metallic silver green stripes and dark colored flesh. Indeterminate. ~75 days.

Red Peach

From Russia. A fuzzy skinned 19th century variety producing lots of 2" deliciously flavored fruit. Eat as fresh as possible as this does not store well. Looks like a miniature peach. Probably the sweetest tasting of the Angora varieties.


A fairly newly introduced tomato, Rosalita bears heavy crops of beautiful rosy-pink colored grape tomatoes. Fruits have a good flavor, generally quite a bit more flavorful than normal grape tomatoes. Indeterminate. Bears early. 60-70 days.

Salisaw Café/Forrest Fire Mix

A wonderfully delicious, early producing cherry tomato to rival Sun Gold tomato in flavor. Tall, very productive vines have huge yields of 3/4-inch, bright-red cherry tomatoes with that perfect combination of super sweet but slightly tart flavors. Indeterminate. 58 days.

Sandul Moldavian

A highly productive heirloom originally from the Sandul family who brought the seeds from Muldova. Beefsteak-styled fruits are large (1 lb.), pink, slightly flattened globes with firm, creamy flesh and slightly ribbed shoulders. What makes this variety stand out is its exceptional flavor. A high sugar content with well-balanced acidity. Indeterminate. 85 days.

Snow White

An incredibly early and prolific producer of large juicy cherries which are a creamy white color! Flavor is very low in acid and makes stunning salads when mixed with chocolate cherry, gobstopper, Galina's, and Forest Fire tomatoes. One of our favorite varieties!

Summer Cider Apricot

Very large orange heirloom variety. The fruit is incredibly tasty, mild and sweet. Nice creamy texture, super juicy but still meaty, an unusual combination. "Summer Cider" is starting to take over the winner's circle in tomato taste tests all over the country. Even people reluctant to eat any non-red tomato loved this tomato. Indeterminate. 85 days.

Sungella(70 days) Crosses ever-popular Sungold with a larger, orange-skinned heirloom to create these orange, golfball sized fruits. Plants produce heavy trusses of 2-oz. fruits with superb flavor and low acidity, juicy and sweet. Already called the new Sungold by discriminating growers across the country, and a natural for home gardeners and fresh market. Harvest July to September. Indeterminate.

Tatar of Mongolistan

Heirloom from the Steppes of Asia. Medium-sized fruit are very flavorful, red, and flattened in shape. Great fresh or dried. 80 days.

True Black Brandywine

A Pennsylvania heirloom dating from the 1920's, this great-tasting tomato includes the Brandywine among its parents. Its fruits are extra large and full of the deep, earthy and sweet flavor that has made blackish-purple tomatoes so popular. As with Brandywine, there is a tendency for some of the fruits to crack. Superior for salsa and cooking. A great home garden variety that will surely become a favorite. Indeterminate. 80-90 days.


Highly productive, English vine that produces beautiful, silver-dollar sized, round fruits with red-orange skin with golden-green to yellow jagged stripes. Red-orange, juicy flesh. Brisk, tangy (tart) flavor. Indeterminate. Midseason.

Turkish stripped Monastery

This variety was collected at a monastery garden just outside of Istanbul, Turkey. Small 2" fruit are beautifully striped, red and gold. One of the best flavored small striped tomatoes. Good production all summer. Just recently introduced to the USA. Indeterminate. 80-85 days.

Virginia Sweets

Beautiful bi-color tomatoes weighing a pound or more. Golden yellow beefsteaks are colored with red stripes that turn into a ruby blush on top of the golden fruit. Flavor is sweet and rich, and harvests are abundant. Indeterminate. 80 days.

White Zebra

Medium sized, white tomato, with faint green stripes. The White Zebra is a pleasure to the eye and to the taste, having a nice, sweet flavor with moderate pulp. Fruits grow to 2-3".


Mixed Heirloom

Any combo of our wonderful heirlooms.