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National Garden Bureau

(Marmara Tomato, Tomato)

A new take on the traditional French marmande tomato, this disease-resistant hybrid produces sweetly flavored, bright red, 6-ounce (180g) fruits on determinate, non-vining plants. Harvest begins about 75 days after seedlings are planted out, with most of the fruits ripening together. They are excellent for slicing into salads and sandwiches or for cooking. This F1 hybrid must be propagated from purchased seed (saved seed will not grow true to type).

Tomatoes are short-lived tender perennials...

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Ball® Horticultural Company

(Dwarf Tomato, Micro Tom Tomato)

Said to be the smallest tomato available, 'Micro Tom' is a tiny determinate (bush-type) tomato that produces a modest amount of tiny, red tomatoes over a short period of time. Fruits are produced 88 days after planting. This is an ideal selection for container culture and children’s gardens.

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

(Moonglow Heirloom Tomato, Tomato)

This heirloom tomato is renowned for the robust flavor and long shelf life of its golden-orange, tennis-ball-size fruits, which are borne on indeterminate vines. Harvest of the spherical, 2.5-inch (6 cm), meaty fruits begins about 85 days after seedlings are planted out. They are good for slicing into sandwiches and salads. This open-pollinated variety grows true to type from saved seed.

Tomatoes are short-lived tender perennials that are usually grown as annuals. Their medium- to dark-green,...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Mortgage Lifter Tomato, Tomato)

This heirloom is noteworthy for its exceptionally large, meaty, deliciously sweet tomatoes. It was developed in the 1930’s by M. C. Byles, a radiator repairman in Logan, West Virginia, by crossing several large-fruited varieties. In the 1940’s, he sold his seedlings for one dollar apiece, and was able to pay off his mortgage in six years, hence the name ‘Mortgage Lifter’. These tasty, smooth, pinkish-red tomatoes are terrific for sandwiches and slicing. They are borne on indeterminate vines approximately...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Mountain Spring Tomato, Tomato)

‘Mountain Spring’ yields a generous crop of attractive, crack-resistant, bright red fruits with a tasty, mild tomato flavor. This hybrid was developed at North Carolina State University, and is also resistant to blossom end rot. The firm, delicious fruits are fine for cooking, canning and fresh eating. They are borne on determinate plants approximately 75 to 80 days from sowing.

Plant tomatoes in full sun and fertile, well-drained, slightly acid garden loam after all danger of frost has passed....

(Nebraska Wedding Heirloom Tomato, Tomato)

Seeds of this tasty orange heirloom tomato are a traditional wedding gift in the Great Plains Region of the United States. Borne on determinate, non-vining plants, the large rounded fruits ripen about 90 days after seedlings are planted out. This open-pollinated variety grows true to type from saved 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 not to be eaten. Mature plants...

(Beefsteak Tomato, Neves Azorean Red Tomato, Tomato)

The tomato cultivar 'Neves Azorean Red' produces large, deep red, beefsteak-type fruits that are renowned for their hearty flavor. Borne on vigorous, disease-resistant, indeterminate vines, the round, 4-inch (10 cm) fruits come to harvest about 80 days after seedlings are planted out. This open-pollinated variety grows true to type from saved seed. It was developed by Anthony Neves of Massachusetts, from seed that he brought when he immigrated from the Azores.

Tomatoes are short-lived tender...

(Nyagous Tomato, Tomato)

A prolific producer of "black" tomatoes, this Russian heirloom bears clusters of tennis-ball-size, maroon-skinned, red-fleshed fruits on indeterminate vines. Harvest of the round, 2.5-inch (7 cm) fruits begins about 80 days after seedlings are planted out. Their skin is resistant to cracking. This open-pollinated variety grows true to type from saved seed.

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

(Heirloom Paste Tomato, Opalka Tomato, Tomato)

The unusually long, deep red paste tomatoes of 'Opalka' are uncommonly sweet and have few seeds. They are produced in abundance on indeterminant vines that originate from Poland. Some consider this one of the best heirloom paste and sauce tomatoes for flavor. Vines produce fruits around 85 days after planting.

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 fragrance. Some vines have thick,...

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Mark A. Miller

(Paul Robeson Tomato, Tomato)

The unusual smoky sweet flavor and deep purple-red color of this Russian heirloom are what make it stand out from the others. The medium-sized fruits are best used for slicing and fresh eating. They are borne on indeterminate vines in clusters of two and produced around 74 days after planting. The vines are known to be quite susceptible to late-blight.

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