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Organic Amish Paste Tomato - HEIRLOOM - Versatile, flavorful, juicy enough for slicing, but meaty enough for cooking down. It has few seeds (can make sauces and pastes bitter.) Heart-shaped, bright fruits are 8-12 oz. Ripens to a sweeter taste than other paste tomatoes. Indeterminate (Lycopersicon esculentum)

Days to maturity: 80 days

Organic Gold Nugget Tomato - Bright yellow cherries produce early and abundantly on compact plants. One inch fruit are juicy with a mild flavor. Skin is thinner than similar varieties in our trials, yet more resistant to cracking. Developed by Dr. James Bagget at Oregon State University. Fruits average 1 oz. Determinate (Lycopersicon esculentum)

Days to maturity: 60 days

Organic Peacevine Tomato - Peace out in your garden with these delicious and prolific red cherries! A de-hybridized selection of the Sweet 100 F1 hybrid known for its incredible flavor and resistance to cracking. Produces incredible numbers of uniform 1” tomatoes with an orange-red color. Very high in Vitamin C and amino acids. Fruits average 1/2-1 oz. Indeterminate (Lycopersicon esculentum)

Days to maturity: 78 days

Organic Red Pear Tomato - HEIRLOOM - Unique pear shape. Couple with Yellow Pear for a complimentary display. Plants put out high yields of perfect pear-shaped tomatoes and keep producing right up until frost. Fruits average 3/4 oz each. Indeterminate (Lycopersicon esculentum)

Days to maturity: 70 days

Organic Rutgers Tomato - Still one of the best! First developed in 1934 by Rutgers University in cooperation with Campbell’s Soup for the New Jersey canning industry. No longer a commercial standard, it is still well loved. Bright red fruits average 6-8 oz, with a small seed cavity and good color throughout. Hearty tomato flavor and meaty texture. Works well for slicing or canning. Widely adapted and crack resistant. Determinate (Lycopersicon esculentum)

Days to maturity: 75 days

Organic Yellow Perfection Tomato - HEIRLOOM Sensationally rich flavor! Top ranked open-pollinated yellow tomato in our extensive 2006 trials and has held the title since. Saladette size tomatoes are perfectly round averaging 1.5-2” and weighing 2-3 oz each. One of the first to set fruit with heavy yields that keep coming through the summer. Fruits have a thin skin and are prone to cracking. Potato-leaf foliage. Indeterminate (Lycopersicon esculentum)

Days to maturity: 70 days

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