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Jessie Keith

(Speckled Roman Plum Tomato, Tomato)

As festive as a circus, this tasty, unique sauce tomato is decorated with wavy stripes of bright red and gold. This variety resulted from a cross between ‘Antique Roman’ and ‘Banana Legs’, and was bred by John Swenson, a member of Seed Saver’s Exchange. The oblong, tapered fruits are meaty and delicious, perfect for sauces and paste. They are borne abundantly on indeterminate vines approximately 80 days from sowing.

Plant tomatoes in full sun and fertile, well-drained, slightly acid garden...

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Jessie Keith

(Striped German Tomato, Tomato)

The large, golden-yellow fruits of this beautiful heirloom are striped and marbled with orange-red markings both inside and out. They have a luscious, smooth, rich flavor, and are perfect for slicing. They ripen on indeterminate plants 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...

(Stupice Tomato, Tomato)

Of Czech origin, 'Stupice' produces bunches of round, 2-inch (5 cm) tomatoes on relatively compact, cold-tolerant plants. Harvest of the flavorful, juicy, bright-red fruits begins very early in the tomato season, about 55 days after seedlings are planted out, and continues until weather turns chilly in fall. Production may slacken in extremely hot weather. The fruits are superb for snacks, salads, and juicing. This open-pollinated variety grows true to type from saved seed.

Tomatoes are short-lived...

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James H. Schutte

(Sun King Tomato, Tomato)

The disease resistant (VFTA) slicer, ‘Sun King’, is a tasty tomato for even the most novice gardener to grow. Its rich red, perfectly round, crack-resistant fruits have a well-balanced, meaty tomato flavor best enjoyed in salads or on sandwiches. The Indeterminate vines begin to produce fruit only 75 days after planting.

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...

(Super Fantastic Tomato, Tomato)

Garden tomatoes are short-lived perennials usually grown as an annual crop plant for its fruit. They are among the easiest to grow and most prolific of edible garden plants. There are many varieties of tomatoes and they grow in two distinct forms -- those that are more bush-like and require little to no training, staking, or trellising, and those that are more vine-like and require training or trellising, but will produce more fruit over a longer period of time. Super Fantastic hybrid tomato...

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National Garden Bureau

(Dwarf Tomato, Sweet 'N' Neat Cherry Red Tomato)

Well suited for growing in containers, 'Sweet 'N' Neat Cherry Red' produces masses of flavorful cherry tomatoes on dwarf, determinate plants. Harvest begins about 60 days after seedlings are planted out and continues over a long season. Plants grow to 12 inches (30 cm) if staked. Unsupported stems may "flop" from the weight of the fruits. This F1 hybrid must be propagated from purchased seed (saved seed will not grow true to type).

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

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James H. Schutte

(Sweet Cluster Tomato, Tomato)

The cultivar 'Sweet Cluster' produces bunches of glossy, deep-red, tennis-ball-size tomatoes on indeterminate vines. Harvest begins 65 to 70 days after plants are set out. This F1 hybrid must be propagated from purchased seed (saved seed will not grow true to type). It was introduced by Petoseed in 1998.

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 plants produce...

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Mark A. Miller

(Sweet Olive Tomato, Tomato)

The small, prolific, oval-shaped fruits of this tomato are sweet, delicious and very flavorful, perfect for snacking. They are borne in long clusters on determinate plants, and begin ripening early, approximately 60 to 70 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 before planting outdoors. Set...

(Sweet Seedless Tomato, Tomato)

Developed by Atlee Burpee & Company, this hybrid is reported to be the first seedless tomato available, a benefit to those who have trouble digesting tomato seeds. The round, red fruits are sweet and bursting with flavor, perfect for cooking or fresh eating. They are borne on indeterminate, disease-resistant vines, and ripen approximately 70 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...

(Beefsteak Tomato, Tasty Evergreen Tomato, Tomato)

The tomato cultivar 'Tasty Evergreen' produces medium-sized, yellow-green fruits with green interiors. Harvest begins about 75 days after seedlings are planted out, and continues until weather turns chilly in fall. The fruits are good for salads, sandwiches, sautés, and preserves. This open-pollinated variety grows true to type from saved seed. It was introduced in 1956 by Glecklers Seedmen of Metamora, Ohio.

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