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  • Orange Oxheart Tomato Conventional & Organic

    Orange Oxheart Tomato Conventional & Organic
    TM888

    80 days. This Virginia family heirloom bears very large heart-shaped fruit that weigh nearly a pound. These bright and a... 

  • Brandywine Tomato Conventional & Organic

    Brandywine Tomato Conventional & Organic
    TM889

    85 days. This winner of Territorial Seed Company's Great Northwest Tomato Taste-Off has the flavor to which all other to... 

  • Black Tomato Conventional & Organic

    Black Tomato Conventional & Organic
    TM890

    85 days. A Russian heirloom that is one of the sweetest tomatoes we have evaluated in its size class. The opalescent ros... 

  • Persimmon Tomato Conventional & Organic

    Persimmon Tomato Conventional & Organic
    TM891

    80 days. This heirloom tomato that dates back to the mid-1800s is right at home in short-season gardens. One of the best... 

  • Medford Tomato

    Medford Tomato
    TM893

    80 days. Medford is on the list to become an Oregon heirloom. It was bred to produce big, crack resistant tomatoes by th... 

  • Oroma Tomato

    Oroma Tomato
    TM894

    70 days. Oroma peels easily to make thick tomato sauce and paste. One of the earliest to mature, the fruit sets early in... 

  • Peacevine Tomato Organic

    Peacevine Tomato Organic
    TM896

    75 days. Indeterminate. Developed by Dr. Alan Kapuler. Tremendous producer of 3/4 inch cherry tomatoes borne on trusses.... 

  • Hillbilly Tomato Organic

    Hillbilly Tomato Organic
    TM897

    85 days. Undeniably delicious, these enormous, 1-2 pound fruit have gorgeous golden-orange, red streaked flesh and skin.... 

  • Saucey Tomato

    Saucey Tomato
    TM898

    75-85 days. Saucey is early producing and out-yields other varieties in its class. Tomatoes ripen heavily in concentrate... 

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