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Holly Chichester

(Early Girl Tomato, Tomato)

This is medium-sized red tomato produces fruit earlier than most. Its flavorful round tomaotes are great for slicing and salads.

The tomato is a warm season vegetable grown for its delicious fruits. It is a short-lived tender perennial vine that is grown as an annual. Its compound leaves are medium green, hairy, have a strong fragrance and are not to be eaten. Edible fruits appear when days and nights are warm and can usually be harvested within 60 to 62 days after germination. This is an indeterminate,...

(Cherry Tomato, Egg Yolk Cherry Tomato, Tomato)

The long, indeterminate vines of 'Egg Yolk' produce masses of small, flavorful, golden-yellow cherry tomatoes through the heat of summer and into fall. Harvest of the round, 1-inch (2.5 cm) fruits begins about 75 days after seedlings are planted out, and continues until cold weather arrives.

Tomatoes are short-lived tender perennials that are usually grown as annuals. Their medium- to dark-green, hairy, compound leaves have a strong fragrance and are not to be eaten. Mature plants produce distinctive...

(Emmy Heirloom Tomato, Tomato)

The heirloom tomato 'Emmy' produces small, flavorful, orange-yellow fruits on indeterminate vines. Harvest begins about 90 days after seedlings are planted out, and continues until cold weather arrives. Production may diminish in hot weather. Of Romanian origin, this open-pollinated variety grows true to type from saved garden seed.

Tomatoes are short-lived tender perennials that are usually grown as annuals. Their medium- to dark-green, hairy, compound leaves have a strong fragrance and are...

(Eva Purple Ball Tomato, Tomato)

The heirloom tomato 'Eva Purple Ball' produces medium-sized, cherry-red fruits on vigorous, humidity-tolerant, indeterminate vines. Harvest of the flavorful, round, 3-inch (7.5 cm) fruits begins about 70 days after seedlings are planted out, and continues until cold weather sets in. Production may diminish in hot weather. The tomatoes make good "slicers" for sandwiches and salads. This open-pollinated variety grows true to type from saved garden seed. It was brought to the United States from Germany...

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Jesse Saylor

(Fireball Tomato, Tomato)

The small, round, heirloom plum tomato ‘Fireball’ is a high-yielding, semi-determinate type with full-flavored red fruits. This older variety was first introduced in 1952 by the Joseph Harris Seed Company of Rochester, New York. Fruits are produced around 65 days after planting from seedlings and are ideal for fresh eating, canning or sauce.

The garden tomato is a short-lived tender perennial vine that is grown as an annual crop. Its compound leaves are medium green, hairy and have a strong...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Gardener's Delight Tomato, Tomato)

A long-time garden favorite, 'Gardener's Delight' produces small, sweet, rich-red cherry tomatoes on heavy-yielding indeterminate vines. Harvest of the spherical, 1-inch (2.5 cm) fruits begins about 70 days after seedlings are planted out, and continues until cold weather sets in. Production may diminish in hot weather. This open-pollinated variety grows true to type from saved garden seed. Sometimes sold as 'Sugar Lump', it originated in Germany around 1950.

Tomatoes are short-lived tender...

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Mark A. Miller

(Georgia Streak Tomato, Tomato)

Probably the most popular garden vegetables grown, tomatoes come in all shapes, colors and sizes and make our summers a little brighter and sweeter. Originating in its namesake state, the heirloom cultivar ‘Georgia Streak’ has golden yellow, red-tinged skin and sweet, flavorful, red-streaked flesh.

The garden tomato is a short-lived tender perennial vine that is usually grown as an annual crop. Its compound leaves are medium green, hairy, have a strong fragrance and are not to be eaten. The large,...

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Mark A. Miller

(Gold Medal Tomato, Tomato)

Of all the gold and red bi-colored heirloom tomatoes, this is the best on all counts. Its huge beefsteak-type fruits have a rich, sweet, winey flavor that’s out of this world. This old-time variety was first made available in the early 1920s. In addition to great flavor, this indeterminate tomato is a heavy producer that’s particularly resistant to late-blight. Fruits are produced 75 to 85 days after planting.

Tomatoes are short-lived tender perennials that are usually grown as annuals. Their...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Golden Queen Tomato, Tomato)

The smooth, round, golden-yellow fruits of this beautiful heirloom are juicy, sweet, and pleasantly tart. ‘Golden Queen’ was introduced commercially in 1882 by 19th century seedsman Alexander W. Livingston of Reynoldsburg, Ohio, who obtained the original seeds from a grower at a county fair. The delicious, thin-skinned fruits are considered to have outstanding flavor, and are wonderful for fresh eating. They are borne on indeterminate vines approximately 75 days from sowing.

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Jessie Keith

(Granny Cantrell's German Tomato, Tomato)

The large, somewhat flattened, red-pink fruits of this tomato are meaty, rich, and full flavored with a pleasant, assertive tartness. It was for decades the only variety grown by Lettie Cantrell of West Liberty, Kentucky, who originally obtained seeds from a soldier returning from Germany during the Second World War. In 2000, Lettie shared seeds with Gary Millwood of Louisville, Kentucky, who began distributing them to gardeners and seed companies. The fruits are borne on indeterminate vines approximately...