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Arkansas Traveler Slicing Tomato is an organic Heirloom Red Tomato. It is indeterminate. Pre-1900 heirloom grown throughout the South from northwest Arkansas to North Carolina. 'Arkansas Traveler' is an old Southern heirloom much esteemed for its ability to produce flavorful tomatoes under conditions of drought and high heat where many other varieties fail. Medium-sized fruits are pink, and of wonderful flavor. Ready to harvest in 89 days
Arkansas Traveler 50 Organic Heirloom Seeds
Black Prince Slicing Tomato is mahogany brown with flavor. Unusual brown shoulders become orange-red at the blossom end. Color will be deeper and more pronounced in sunnier locations. Distinctive, rich, fruity tomato flavor. Relatively smooth, 3 to 5 ounce, 3 inch globes show less cracking than typically seen in most heirlooms. Indeterminate. Organically grown. Ready to harvest in 74 days.
Black Prince 50 Organic Heirloom Seeds
A true show stopper, Chocolate Stripes Slicing Tomatoes feature mahogany colored flesh with olive green striping. Complex, rich, earthy flavors reward the gardener with plants that yield a plentiful crop of 3-6" fruit. An excellent choice for salads and sandwiches, this one just might become your favorite! Ready to harvest in 80 days.
Chocolate Stripes 50 Heirloom Seeds
Green Zebra Slicing Tomato is a green-striped salad specialty. A delicious, tangy salad tomato, ripe just as the green fruit develops a yellow blush, accentuating the darker green stripes. The 3 to 4 ounce fruits are the ideal size for slicing into wedges for salads. Productive over a long season. Developed by Tom Wagner. Though technically not an heirloom, we feel this is the best place to list it. Indeterminate. Organically grown. Ready to harvest in 72 days.
Green Zebra 50 Organic Heirloom Seeds
Moskvich Slicing Tomato is one of the most appealing extra-early tomatoes. Fruits are early, deep red, and cold tolerant. Rich taste. Smooth and globe-shaped, 4 to 6 ounce. with a small stem scar. Indeterminate. Organically grown. Heirloom. Ready to harvest in 60 days.
Moskvich 50 Organic Heirloom Seeds
Oregon Spring Slicing Tomato is a medium-sized, early, cold tolerant. Averages 6 to 7 oz. fruit. First early harvest for cool northern or high-elevation locations. Compact plant. High resistance to verticillium wilt. Determinate. Organically grown. Ready to harvest in about 60 days.Oregon Spring 25 Organic Seeds
Determinate. An exquisite tasting tomato, the “Rutgers” is an open-pollinated variety that was originally created by the Campbell’s Soup Company in the 1920’s and then perfected and improved by Rutgers University a few decades later. Disease-resistant, Heirloom Rutgers is arguably the finest canning tomato. Disease Resistant Codes Va Vd Aal Fol.
Rutgers 50 Heirloom Seeds
Stupice Slicing Tomato is a great potato leaf variety that comes from Czechoslovakia. One of the best early tomatoes, this is among the earliest. Perfect for gardeners in northern climes. Excellent flavor for an early type; these produce lots of red, small to medium sized fruit over a very long season. Highly popular in areas with short summers. Ready to harvest in 70 days.Stupice 50 Organic Heirloom Seeds
Taxi Slicing Tomatoes are yellow tomatoes - early, prolific. Meaty, 4 to 6 ounce, baseball-sized, lemon-yellow tomatoes. Smooth, blemish-free globes with a small stem scar. Attractive, sweet-flavored, and easy to grow. Concentrated early set. Compact, dark green vine. Widely adapted. Organically grown. Ready to harvest in 64 days.
Taxi 50 Organic Seeds
These beautiful, red and orange tiger striped heirloom tomatoes mature early and are fun and delicious to grow. Expect very large crop of fruits throughout the season. So much so that the plant will need to be staked.
Tigerella 50 Heirloom Seeds
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