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(Roman Candle Tomato, Sauce Tomato, Tomato)

The tomato variety 'Roman Candle' produces flavorful, thick-fleshed, "banana-type" tomatoes on indeterminate vines. Harvest of the glossy-yellow, teardrop-shaped, 4-inch-long (10 cm) fruits begins about 85 days after seedlings are planted out. Their dense, tasty, pale-yellow flesh is good for into salsas and pasta sauce. 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 green, hairy, compound...

(Beafsteak Tomato, Rose Heirloom Tomato, Tomato)

An Amish heirloom variety from New Holland, Pennsylvania, 'Rose' produces juicy, hearty-flavored, beefsteak-type tomatoes on leafy, vigorous vines. Harvest of the meaty, reddish-pink, 4-inch-wide (10 cm) fruits begins about 75 days after seedlings are planted out. They are excellent for slicing into salads or sandwiches, or for cooking into sauces. This open-pollinated variety grows true to type from saved seed.

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

(Paste Tomato, Rosso Sicilian Heirloom Tomato, Tomato)

Also known as 'Russo Sicilian Togetta', this Sicilian heirloom variety produces flattened, deeply ribbed, gourd-shaped tomatoes on indeterminate vines. Harvest of the 4-inch-wide (10 cm), thick-walled, vivid-red fruits begins about 80 days after seedlings are planted out. Fragrant and tasty, they are good for slicing into salads or for cooking into pasta sauce. This open-pollinated variety grows true to type from saved seed.

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

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Jessie Keith

(Plum Tomato, Tomato)

This larger-fruited variant of a classic Italian heirloom tomato is prized for the making of rich, delicious sauces, and said to be superior in flavor. The 4-inch-long (10 cm), teardrop-shaped, bright red fruits are borne abundantly on indeterminate vines, and are ready for harvest about 80 days after seedlings are planted out. The meaty fruits are well suited for cooking, canning, or eating fresh. This open-pollinated heirloom variety grows true to type from saved seed.

Tomatoes are short-lived...

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James H. Schutte

(Plum Tomato, Tomato)

This old Italian heirloom is prized for the making of rich, delicious sauces, and is considered by many to be the best variety for this purpose. The red, elongated, tapered fruits are borne abundantly on indeterminate vines, and ripen approximately 80 days from sowing.

Plant tomatoes in full sun and fertile, well-drained, slightly acid garden loam after all danger of frost has passed. Seedlings may be started indoors under grow-lights several weeks ahead of time, and should be hardened off...

(Canning Tomato, Sheboygan Tomato, Tomato)

A long-time favorite of Lithuanian immigrants to northern Wisconsin, 'Sheboygan' produces large yields of meaty, flavorful "paste tomatoes" on large vining plants. Harvest of the 4-inch (10 cm), teardrop-shaped, reddish-pink fruits begins about 80 days after seedlings are planted out. They are well-suited for canning and cooking. This open-pollinated heirloom variety grows true to type from saved seed.

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

(Siberian Tomato, Tomato)

A Russian heirloom tomato that thrives in short, cool summers, 'Siberian' produces large yields of early-ripening "cherry tomatoes" on low, lax-stemmed, determinate plants. Harvest of the 2-inch (5 cm), egg-shaped, bright red fruits begins about 60 days after seedlings are planted out. Plants typically produce 2 to 3 flushes of flowers and fruit per summer. A good "ornamental edible" for containers and mixed borders, this open-pollinated variety grows true to type from saved seed. It is distinct...

(Silvery Fir Tree Tomato, Tomato)

Named for its attractive, fine-textured, gray-green foliage, the Russian heirloom tomato 'Silvery Fir Tree' makes a good "ornamental edible" for containers and mixed borders. The compact, bushy, determinate plants produce large yields of tasty, bright red, 3-inch (7.5 cm) fruits. They ripen very early in the tomato season, about 60 days after seedlings are planted out. This open-pollinated variety grows true to type from saved seed.

Tomatoes require full sun and fertile, well-drained, slightly...

(Small Fry Cherry Tomato, Tomato)

The sweet, juicy, grape-sized fruits of this 1970 All-America Selection are borne on determinate (non-vining), disease-resistant plants. Harvest begins 65 to 70 days after plants are set out, and continues after most other determinate types have stopped bearing. This F1 hybrid must be propagated from purchased seed (saved seed will not come true).

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

(Beefsteak Tomato, Soldacki Heirloom Tomato, Tomato)

The Polish heirloom tomato 'Soldacki' produces big, beefsteak-type fruits on large, vigorous vines. Harvest of the tangy-sweet, thin-skinned, rose-pink to red fruits begins about 75 days after seedlings are planted out, and continues until weather turns chilly in fall. The fruits are sometimes cracked or misshapen. Soldacki tomatoes are good for slicing into salads and sandwiches. This open-pollinated variety grows true to type from saved seed. It arrived in Cleveland, Ohio from Krakow, Poland, around...