2017 Terrific Tomatoes

Who else in Central Ohio would offer over 50 different kinds of tomatoes to enjoy this
summer? Read through the descriptions and find your favorites; try some new ones too! Gardening is an adventure. Trying something new and different adds spice to your life!

Please be aware we do sell out some varieties faster than others. We do not guarantee that all varieties will be available. Please call the store before coming (740)763-2873 if you are coming for a specific variety.

Tomato Information

Determinate: Ripens over 3-4 weeks on bushy vines that usually need little or no staking.

Indeterminate: Vines continue to grow and produce fruit all season until frost. Large vines need support.

 Tips to prevent blossom end rot:
Blossom end rot is caused by calcium deficiency, usually induced by fluctuations in the plant’s water supply. To help prevent       blossom end rot follow the tips below.

  • Maintain consistent levels of moisture in the soil throughout the growing season by giving your plants adequate water. Water thoroughly at root zone in the morning to prevent diseases. Tomato plants need about 1.5 inches of water per week during fruiting. Extreme fluctuations in soil moisture can result in a greater incidence of blossom end rot.
  • Mulch will help maintain even moisture
  • Allow soil to warm before planting; cold soils limit nutrient uptake.
  • Fertilize with tomato fertilizers such as Tomato-tone or Master Nursery Tomato Food which have additional calcium needed by tomatoes. It works great on peppers, as well!

*New Variety at Wilson's Garden Center
I = Indeterminate, D = Determinate

Burpee Exclusives

*Baby Boomer:

This summer, get ready for the invasion of the cherry tomatoes. Wildly prolific, each determinate patio-ready bush unleashes a bumper crop of 300 little sweeties bursting with great big flavor. Whorling plants yield up 1", 1 oz. cherries right until frost. GROWING TIP: Plants call for caging.

Type: Determinate
Days To Maturity: 50-55 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Big Mama:

Mama Mia! The new standard in home-grown paste tomatoes. These  beauties are plum-shaped, incredibly meaty, and enormous—up to 5" long and 3" across. Tomatoes easily yield delicious, thick, creamy sauces—with less time spent peeling and coring. 8-10 oz sized fruits.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 80 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Big Daddy:

Hear ye! Hear ye! Revolution in the tomato patch! An all-around game-changer, ‘Big Daddy’s a breakthrough for taste, size, disease-resistance and yield. Bred from the all-time great ‘Big Boy,’ ‘Big Daddy’ produces a mighty, delicious harvest of ruby red round meaty fruits, 15 whopping oz. apiece over a long harvest season.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 78 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Bush Steak (F1):

Meet the best of the staked tomatoes—a standout for exceptional taste, size and quantity. This surprisingly compact (20-24") plant is just loaded with large, flavorful tomatoes. Well-suited for a patios, small gardens and containers, the dwarf plants offer big meaty fruit (8-12 oz.) and early maturity.

Type: Determinate
Days To Maturity: 65 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Fourth Of July: 

Celebrate the Fourth of July with a plentiful harvest of vine-ripened red, luscious tomatoes. Plants produce plentiful 4-ounce tomatoes all season long.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 49 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Fresh Salsa: 

Salsa lovers, your tomato is here. You can chop this tomato into tiny cubes which remain perfectly firm and solid. Large, plum-shaped and dripless, 'Fresh Salsa' is all meat—ideal for sassy salsas, bruschettas and “light” Italian sauces. The determinate, bushy plants are loaded with sweet 4-5 oz. fruits, 2-3 ½" long by 2" in diameter.

Type: Determinate
Days To Maturity: 65-75 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Napa Hybrid Grape:

This exclusive new tomato sets the standard for taste in grape types. Not only the consistent top choice in taste tests, but independent studies confirm that it maintains a higher sugar content than any other grape tomato. And the   sweetness doesn't fade in late summer. Shiny red, 1" elongated globes are produced in abundance on vigorous vines.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 65 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Steak House: 

Big news in the tomato patch! Meet the biggest tomato ever bred. And it’s not just bigger but better. Tipping the scales at up to three lbs. plus, broad-shouldered tomato titan is bigger than Big Daddy, and loaded with true heirloom tomato flavor and head-spinning fragrance. Indeterminate plants produce gorgeous, humongous fruits

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 75-80 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Steak Sandwich:

These large, luscious beauties offer old-fashioned tomato taste for sandwiches and salads. They remain firm when ripe, so you can slip a slice into your favorite summer sandwich, BLT or burger and savor the rich, succulent, sweet taste. Vigorous but compact plants load up with dozens of fruit at a time, continuing for many weeks from midsummer to early fall. Wt: 10 oz.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 70 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Super Sauce:

Super Sauce produces gallons of luscious, seedless sauce from a single plant harvest—one tomato fills an entire sauce jar. Super Sauce is extraordinarily delicious and versatile as a salad tomato, as well as having a distinctive   quality in that its large segments of fruit often make a shape that is perfect for a meaty and tasty hamburger slice, quite different from the horizontal slice commonly used from a large round tomato.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 70 Days
Color When Mature: Red

 

 

 

Hybrids

Better Boy (F1):

Plant produces extremely heavy yields of delicious 1 lb tomatoes continuously all season. It is a Guinness World Record holder, producing 342 lbs of tomatoes from one plant. Perfect slicing tomato. Disease Resistant: VFNA

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 75 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Burpee Big Boy (F1):

When Big Boy hybrid tomato debuted in 1949, its incredible productivity and gorgeous, perfect, large red fruit made it an instant hit. What's kept Big Boy tomato a best-selling tomato all these years is the wonderful aroma and rich flavor. The fruits weigh in 10 ounces with many reaching 1 pound or more. Healthy, indeterminate vines produce all summer long. Crack Resistant.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 78 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Better Bush (F1):

If you're looking for an old-fashioned-flavored tomato with the juiciness and distinctive "tang" you remember from vine-fresh tomatoes of the past, Better Bush Improved Hybrid is the best choice. These big, luscious, 4-inch fruits grow very densely on indeterminate 4-foot plants. Resistant to Verticillium Wilt and Fusarium Wilt Race 1.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 68 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Bush Early Girl (F1):

The earlier, the better. These extra-large, extra-early tomatoes grow on a true bush. The 4” across tasty red fruits are much bigger than Early Girl, and ripen just two days later. The 18” plants are amazingly compact and self-supporting, yet productive. Disease-resistant.

Type: Determinate
Days To Maturity: 65 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Celebrity (F1) (AAS WINNER):

1984 All-America Selections Winner! (F1) Plant produces high yields of 8 oz red tomatoes. Tomatoes are firm and flavorful - an all purpose variety and excellent for canning. Disease Resistant: VFFNTASt.

Type: Semi Determinate
Days To Maturity: 70 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Chef’s Choice Orange (F1) (AAS Winner):

Chef's Choice Orange has a wonderful bright, almost neon, internal color and superior flesh taste and texture for an early maturing orange tomato. Excellent for soups and sauces because the intense color does not fade or discolor when cooked. Home chefs are going to love cooking with this   variety as well as eating it fresh.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 75 Days
Color When Mature: Orange

Early Girl Improved (F1):

It's hard to find tasty, full-sized fruits like this extra-early in the season! Meaty, ripe, red fruits, 4 to 6 oz., are slightly flattened and bright crimson throughout. Very appealing, with firm texture and blemish-resistant skin. Heavy yields on hardy vines. Excellent for salads and sandwiches. Disease Resistant: VFF.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 57 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Health Kick (F1):

Plant produces good yields of very flavorful extra large plum shaped    tomatoes. Tomatoes turn red when mature. This variety has 50% more  lycopene than any other tomato. Lycopene is an antioxidant that is proving helpful in preventing cancer and other diseases. Excellent in salads or for making sauce and paste. Disease Resistant: VFFA, Spotted Wilt, Bacterial Speck.

Type: Determinate
Days To Maturity: 74 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Jet Star (F1):

This was Wilson’s main variety when we grew tomatoes for our farm  produce market. Plant produces high yields of medium red tomatoes.  Excellent for salads, sandwiches, and canning. Very pleasant, low acid   flavor. Add lemon juice for canning. Disease Resistant: VF.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 72 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Mountain Fresh Plus (F1):

This modern hybrid has many features that make it worth growing.     Developed by NC State University. The plants are compact, and very disease resistant. A superior canning or slicing variety.

Type: Determinate
Days To Maturity: 77-79 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Mountain Majesty Hybrid (F1):

Good yields of high quality, deep oblate to flattened globe shaped, extra large fruits have the ability to stay firm when fully ripe. Vigorous plants offer heavy foliage to protect fruits. Includes intermediate resistance to tomato Spotted Wilt Virus. Good crack resistance.

Type: Determinate
Days To Maturity: 78 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Moreton Hybrid (F1):

Although it is not a firm tomato, it is known as a tomato connoisseur’s favorite. Its large, meaty, delicious fruit mature early. It has an oblate shape and rich red color. Its indeterminate vines do best on stakes or trellises and produce over a long period. Resistant to Verticillium.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 70 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Park’s Whopper Improved (F1):

The original Whopper was an American classic, and its successor is simply the home gardener's dream tomato: greater disease resistance, higher yields, a longer season, and better taste! These big, juicy, crack-resistant tomatoes, 4 inches or more across, ripen uniformly (even when the weather is overcast!) and finish 5 days sooner than the old Whopper. Then they keep right on   coming in huge quantities until frost -- none of your smaller, greener end-of-season fruits here! And because they're meatier, you get even more succulent tomato flavor in every slice! Resistant to Verticillium Wilt, Root Knot Nematodes, Tobacco Mosaic Virus, and 2 strains of Fusarium Wilt.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 65 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Supersonic (F1):

This variety is very similar to Better Boy and Big Boy. It produces heavy yields of great tasting, crack resistant, large tomatoes.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 79 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Supremo (F1):

Supremo earns its name with every extra-large, blocky deep red fruit it sets. You're going to use it not only for sauces and canning, but as a go-to salad slicer! Supremo is a taste treat fresh from the vine, canned, frozen, or sauced! And the disease resistance of this compact, early to midseason plant is unbeatable: it demonstrates superior resistance to fusarium wilt races 1-3,   bacterial speck, root knot, and verticillium wilt, as well as good resistance to spotted wilt.

Type: Determinate
Days To Maturity: 68 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Sweetie Seedless (F1):

Virtually Seedless, orange-red, sweet, juicy, extra tasty, very early, 7 oz oval

Type: Determinate
Days To Maturity: 65 Days
Color When Mature: Orange-Red

Tiren (San Marzano Type):

Tiren produces meaty, 5-6 oz. fruits with the classic San Marzano appearance. Great flavor for sauce. Earlier and higher yielding than San Marzano 168, which it replaces.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 75 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Non Acid Tomatoes

Beefmaster (F1):

Plant produces enormous yields of large meaty 2 lb beefsteak tomatoes. Tomatoes turn deep red when mature. Excellent for salads or sandwiches. Disease Resistant: VFNASt.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 80 Days
Color When Mature: Red.

Beefsteak (F1):

Plant produces good yields of big 14 oz red beefsteak tomatoes. Perfect   sandwich tomato with old fashion flavor. Crack Resistant. Disease Resistant: VFFT.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 76 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Big Beef (F1) (AAS Winner):

1994 All-America Selections Winner! (F1) Plant produces good yields of very flavorful 10 oz red beefsteak tomatoes. The best all around beefsteak tomato. Crack resistant too. Excellent for sandwiches and salads. Disease Resistant: VFFNTAStL

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 73 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Carolina Gold (F1):

Plant produces high yields of extra large golden yellow tomatoes. Tomatoes are very flavorful and turn golden yellow when mature. Resistant to Gray Wall. Disease Resistant: VFF

Type: Determinate
Days To Maturity: 71 Days
Color When Mature: Golden Yellow

Delicious: 

Plant produces good yields of gigantic red meaty tomatoes. This tomato still holds the World Record at 7 plus pounds. Very few seeds! Excellent for salads, tomato juice, and canning. Perfect slicing tomato. Impress your neighbors and try growing a world record size tomato! Crack Resistant.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 77 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Lemon Boy (F1):

Plant produces good yields of large 8 oz bright lemon yellow tomatoes. Tomatoes are very flavorful. Excellent for salads and gourmet dishes. Disease Resistant: VFN

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 72 Days
Color When Mature: Lemon Yellow

Pink Girl (F1):

Plant produces good yields of very flavorful and juicy 8 oz pink tomatoes. Tomatoes turn pink when mature and have a very pleasant taste. Excellent in salads or sandwiches. Disease Resistant: VFT.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 76 Days
Color When Mature: Pink

Supersteak (F1):

Plant produces good yields of large 2 lb size red beefsteak tomatoes. The tomatoes have rich tomato flavor, are meaty. Excellent for salads and sandwiches. Crack Resistant. Disease Resistant: VFN

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 80 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Heirloom & Old Time Favorites

Black Krim (HEIRLOOM):

Plant produces high yields of dark reddish-black beefsteak tomatoes. Tomatoes have a rich tomato flavor and turn to reddish black (black tomato) when mature. Interior is reddish green and very sweet. Excellent for salads and sandwiches. A heirloom from the Black Sea region of Russia.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 75 Days
Color When Mature: Reddish-Black

Brandywine (HEIRLOOM):

Potato leaf plant produces good yields of 1 to 2 lb pinkish red beefsteak tomatoes. Tomatoes have rich tomato flavor and pinkish red when mature. No disease resistance so give it the best of care. An Amish heirloom variety from the USA dating back to 1885. Considered a non-acid.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 85 Days
Color When Mature: Pinkish-Red

Cherokee Purple (HEIRLOOM):

Plant produces high yields of 6 to 12 oz purplish pink tomatoes. Tomatoes have a sweet rich flavor and turn deep pink with purplish tint and green shoulders. Not a great yielder with little disease resistance. Grown over 100 years ago by the Cherokee Indians.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 90 Days
Color When Mature: Purplish-Pink

Costoluto Genovese (HEIRLOOM):

This Italian heirloom variety from the Tuscany region produces loads of bright red tomatoes with terrific flavor. Tomatoes are typically about 8 ounces, but may be larger, with a smooth shape rather than the heavily ribbed shape typical of Costoluto Genovese. The flavor is high in sugar, but also high in acid, making for outstanding taste that's wonderful fresh or made into sauces.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 80 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Great White (HEIRLOOM):

Beautiful, large white beefsteak tomato with sweet flavor and lots of juice. Fruit is larger than that of White Beauty. Vigorous plants have heavy foliage that provides good protection against sunscald on the fruit.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 85 Days
Color When Mature: Yellowish-White

Green Zebra (HEIRLOOM):

Plant produces good yields of 3 oz green tomatoes with dark green stripes. Tomatoes have the old fashioned tomato flavor and stay green when mature. Excellent for salads, sandwiches, pickling, and sauces.

Type: Determinate
Days To Maturity: 78 Days
Color When Mature: Green Striped

Hillbilly (HEIRLOOM):

Potato leaf plant produces good yields of large 2 lb orange-yellow beefsteak tomatoes with red and pink streaks. Very flavorful. Excellent for salads and sandwiches.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 85 Days
Color When Mature: Orange Yellow W/ Red / Pink Streaks

*Kellogg’s Breakfast (HEIRLOOM):

Recently named one of the best heirloom tomatoes by the food editors of Sunset magazine, Kellogg's Breakfast is finally getting the recognition it deserves. Originally bred in Michigan by a gardener named Kellogg, it is absolutely unique, both for its size and for its bold golden skin and juice, exactly the color of fresh-squeezed orange juice!

This giant sets fruit weighing anywhere from 16 to 32 ounces. Slightly flattened, the globes are massive, hanging over the edges of sandwich bread. A good mix of solids and gels makes for a delicious bite, and you'll need many, many bites to finish just one Kellogg's Breakfast!

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 80 Days
Color When Mature:  Orange

Mister Stripey (HEIRLOOM):

Plant produces good yields red tomatoes with yellow orange stripes. Excellent for salads. Low acidity variety.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 80 Days
Color When Mature: Red W/Yellow Orange Stripes

Mortgage Lifter (HEIRLOOM):

Plant produces good yields of 1 to 2 lb beefsteak tomatoes. Tomatoes have a sweet rich flavor and turn deep pink when mature. This variety was developed in the 1930's by Mr. Byles of Logan, WV to help pay off his home mortgage. He was able to pay off his mortgage in 6 years by selling the tomato plants. He crossed a German Johnson, Beefsteak, and Italian & English     varieties to come up with this unique variety. Excellent for slicing and salads. Disease Resistant: VFN

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 80 Days
Color When Mature: Deep Pink

Old Fashion (Striped German) (HEIRLOOM):

Incredibly beautiful tomato with flavor to match. Huge, bi-colored and ribbed fruit.  Yellow with red starting at blossom end. Striking slicer with fruity taste. A must!

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 78 Days
Color When Mature: Yellow & Red Bi-Color

Oxheart (HEIRLOOM):

An old-fashioned favorite with heart-shaped pink fruit that weigh up to 1 pound. Very meaty flesh contains few seeds making this a favorite for slicing and for sandwiches. Good flavor and productivity keep gardeners growing this heirloom variety.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 80 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Pineapple (HEIRLOOM):

Plant produces good yields of extra large 2 lb yellow tomatoes with red streaks both on the outside and inside. The tomato is very flavorful. Plant bears an abundant crop all season long. A heirloom variety from the USA.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 85 Days
Color When Mature: Yellow & Red Bi-color

Rutgers Select:

This old-time favorite produces heavy yields of 7 oz red tomatoes. Tomatoes are very flavorful. Excellent for slicing, sauce, and paste. Good canning variety. Disease Resistant

Type: Determinate
Days To Maturity: 73 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Stupice (HEIRLOOM):

Pronounced Stoo-PEECH-ka. Heirloom plant produces high yields of 2 ½" diameter red tomatoes. The potato leaf plant produces tomatoes in clusters all season long. It has excellent tomato flavor. A variety from Czechoslovakia

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 55-60 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Small Fruited, Roma and Cherry Tomatoes

Black Cherry:

A cherry tomato with the flavor of the rich, dark, black tomatoes. These are a round true cherry about 1 1/2" diameter and they make great garden snacks.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 65 Days
Color When Mature: Black

* Candyland Tomato (F1): (AAS Winner):

Dark red fruit is round, smooth, and just about half an inch in diameter, weighing in at ¼-ounce, yet every bit is packed with supersweet, rich flavor. You will quickly get used to grabbing a handful of Candyland Reds every time you enter the vegetable garden -- they're a wonderful snack straight off the vine!

Smaller than cherry tomatoes, currants are just one quick bite: intensely flavored yet so tiny! If you are new to growing this veggie, make Candyland Red Hybrid your way to start. The garden performance will astound you, and the flavor will satisfy your sweet tooth the healthy way.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 55 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Cupid (F1):

Plant produces heavy yields of red grape tomatoes. There are a lot of grape tomatoes on the market, but Cupid advances to the next level in the areas of quality, flavor, yields and holding ability. The tomatoes are crack resistant and grow in grape like clusters. Keeps producing all season long up to the first frost. Great eating right off the vine, or in salads. Disease Resistant: FASt.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 66 Days
Color When Mature: Red

* Indigo Kumquat (F1):

A cross between Indigo Rose and a yellow cherry tomato. Tangerine-orange, oval shaped fruits, with indigo shoulders, weigh 1 ounce and grow in clusters of up to 8. Semi-sweet flavor with an excellent fragrance.

Type: Semi-Determinate
Days To Maturity: 75 Days
Color When Ripe: Tangerine Orange-Indigo

Juliet (F1) (AAS Winner):

1999 All-America Selections Winner! (F1) Plant produces high yields of 1 oz. glossy red grape shaped tomatoes. Tomatoes are very sweet and perfect for salads and gourmet dishes. Grows in clusters like grapes too. Holds on the vine longer than any other cherry tomato. Crack Resistant.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 62 Days
Color When Mature: Red

LaRoma III:

Produces tasty fruit on large vigorous plants. It is known for it's outstanding vigor and uniformity. The LaRoma III Red was bred for disease resistance and is highly so.

Type: Determinate
Days To Maturity: 62 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Mega Bite:

This is a tomato plant that is compact enough to grow in containers on the patio, yet is strong enough to grow big beefsteak fruits and very productive to set up with as many as 50-60 fruits on every plant. A sturdy, heavy     yielding plant that produces bright red, beautiful globular tomatoes. The combination of meat and sweet juices is a treat that is simply delicious.

Type: Determinate
Days To Maturity: 70 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Sugary (F1) (AAS Winner):

2005 All-America Selections Winner! (F1) Plant produces high yields of glossy red grape shaped tomatoes. Tomatoes are very sweet and perfect for salads and gourmet dishes. Grows in clusters like grapes too. Scoring a full 9.5 on the Brix scale of sugar content, these delicious little 1/2-ounce dark pink fruits are packed with sweetness.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 60 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Sunsugar:

 Beautiful round nuggets of golden color; thin tasty skin. This golden-yellow cherry packs terrific tomato "tang" as well as a high sugar content into every small fruit. The result is the best eating you'll ever have from a cherry     tomato! Go ahead, pop them like candy! They’re loaded with vitamin A!

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 62-67 Days
Color When Mature: Golden Yellow

Super Sweet 100:

With the same great flavor that made its predecessor a standard garden favorite for many years, these also have a higher vitamin C content than any other tomato. The bright red, 1-inch globes are amazingly sweet, and arise prolifically on plants resistant FV.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 70 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Sweet Baby Girl (F1):

Plant produces heavy yields of very flavorful and juicy red cherry tomatoes. Tomatoes grow in long clusters and turn red when mature. This variety has incredible harvests on compact plant, but is a more manageable plant.     Excellent in   salads or eaten alone as a treat. Disease Resistant: Tobacco Mosaic Virus.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 65 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Yellow Pear:

Plant produces heavy yields of 1 ½" yellow pear shaped tomatoes. A great tasting tomato. Excellent in salads and eating fresh.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 70 Days
Color When Mature: Yellow

Rapunzel (F1):

Just like its fairy tale namesake, Rapunzel puts out long, cascading trusses, each with up to 40 sweet, bright red cherry tomatoes that keep coming all summer long. The long stems are quite impressive when picked fully loaded with tomatoes, which can be enjoyed individually as they ripen.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 70 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Grafted Tomatoes

When planting do not plant the graft below the soil line. Prune off any leaves that may form below the graft.

* Big Beef:

Coupled with old-fashioned, rich flavor, it features bred-in hybrid qualities: colossal fruit size and yield, uniformity and a full spectrum of disease resistance. Smooth fruits are globe-shaped, weighing 9 oz. to one pound.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 70-75
Color When Mature: Red

* Brandywine:

Has the flavor to which all other tomatoes are compared. An indeterminate, potato-leaf variety with a sweet, rich, slightly spicy flavor. The somewhat squat, lobed fruit are large, up to 7 inches across. Not a heavy-yielding tomato, Brandywine is best staked or caged.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 85 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Mortgage Lifter (HEIRLOOM):

Is one of the most famous American heirloom tomatoes. It was developed in West Virginia in the 1930's, and it created such a stir with its giant fruit that its breeder was able to pay off the mortgage on his house in just a few years -- hence the name. These astonishing fruits weigh between 2½ and 4 pounds apiece, with a mild yet meaty flavor that pleases every palate. Besides, they're such fun to grow! Just make sure you support them well -- they literally "outweigh" all others!

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 80 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Early Girl Improved:

One of the all-time classic tomato varieties, Early Girl is grown by those seeking the honor of "first tomato on the block"! It's a slicer with 4- to 6-ounce red fruits. As you might expect, the plants are ultra-vigorous and very dependable -- and that's even before they've been grafted!

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 57 Days
Color When Mature: Red

* San Marzano:

San Marzano tomatoes have thick and meaty flesh that is perfect for sauces or pastes. They are a great candidate for oven-drying, too.  This is a grafted plant, and it has very good disease resistance and superior growth characteristics.

Type: Indeterminate
Days To Maturity: 80 Days
Color When Mature: Red

Non Tomato

Tomatillo 'Toma Verde':

Early variety with tart flavor when young, becoming sweeter as it ripens. Medium to large size fruits are ready to harvest when husks split and fruit color changes from a yellow green to medium green. Perfect for Salsa Verde or as a special addition to any Mexican dish.

Type: Semi-Determinate
Days To Maturity: 100 Days
Color When Mature: Green