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Conventional & OrganicTM860
55 days. You can count on Glacier to usher in the tomato season. This very early tomato variety produces attractive oran...
Northern Delight Tomato
Conventional & OrganicTM861
65 days. Northern Delight was bred to perform in the short season of the Far North. Short, 24 inch determinate plants be...
Conventional & OrganicTM862
60-65 days. This cold-tolerant tomato ripens sweet, red, slightly oval, 2 inch fruit that make an excellent choice for f...
Oregon Spring Tomato
Conventional & OrganicTM863
75-80 days. This now-famous determinate, slicing variety was developed at Oregon State University. Their research shows ...
65-75 days. Gardeners who grow Santiam for the first time are always surprised by its earliness and size. Smaller, but m...
70 days. This storage tomato will keep up to 3 months! Gather the mature green or partially ripe fruit before the first ...
85 days. Ripens mid-August at London Springs, Oregon. The 3–5 inch, round firm slicers are very solid, and have ab...
Conventional & OrganicTM867
70-75 days. Siletz is one of the most reliable slicing tomatoes you can grow. Coming in just ahead of Oregon Spring, wit...
Black Prince Tomato
75 days. Princely refinement defines this outstanding, juicy, round tomato with its warm, rich colors and robust, full-b...