Gardner’s Delight- German-bred prize winning tomatoes. Produces long grape-like red sweet fruits requires cages or staking. 72 days.
Jolly- Abundant clusters of 1-1/2 ounce pink fruit that is delicious, juicy, and sweet. Somewhat ‘peach’ or oval shaped with a distinctive tip on the blossom end, this is from the breeding program that developed Santa and Juliet Hybrids. This one is also a prolific bearer, typically offering 10 to 14 tomatoes per cluster, perfect as sweet additions to salads or great just for snacking out of hand. Indeterminate. 70 to 75 days.
Peacevine- Prolific producer of 2 cm red, round, amazing zippy tasting fruit. Found to produce ‘gamma amino butyric acid’ a natural sedative hence its name ‘Peacevine’. So have your moment of Zen, as if sitting in the garden eating vine ripe cherry tomatoes wasn’t tranquil enough! 65 days. (Health Benefits)
Pink Ping Pong- Amazing yields of sweet pink fruit that are about the size and shape of a ping pong ball. The similarity ends there, however, as these tomatoes are delicious and juicy, bursting with superb flavor. Vines can become quite tall and bear prolifically, ripening fruit right up to the end of the season. Great for adding to salads. 75 days.
Sun Cherry- Super sweet bright red sister to sun gold. Very productive. 58 days.
Super Sweet 100- Long strands of 100 or more super sweet red cherries. Extra-high in vitamin C. Indeterminate. 65 days. (Health Benefits)
Sweet Baby Girl- Luscious red fruits on compact fruits. Resists Tobacco Mosaic Virus. Super sweet. Indeterminate. 65 days.
Sweet Million- 75 days. Plant produces heavy yields of 1″ red cherry tomatoes. Very sweet and flavorful. Plant can produces over 500 cherry tomatoes. Crack Resistant. Excellent for salads and snacks.
Washington- Perfect red cherry tomato with wonderful flavor.
Brandy Sweet Plum- Elongated pink cherry excellent sweet flavor. Cross between a grape tomato and a Brandywine.
Juliet- Sometimes described as a mini Roma tomato, because of its unusual elongated shape. It’s also called a “grape” or “cherry” tomato. It is a high yield producer that grows in clusters of 10 to 18 fruits. The Juliet is specially noted for its crack resistance and high yields.
5 Star Red Grape- Excellent, sweet flavor with a firm, meaty texture, few seeds and little juice. Healthy plants bear high yields of bright red, 15-20 gm, crack-resistant grape tomatoes.
Red Grape- Sought-after favorite cherry tomato for its hardiness and deliciously sweet flavor. Vines produce huge amounts of 1-inch, oval, brilliant red, grape-like cherry tomatoes in big clusters. A disease resistant, crack-resistant, and heat-tolerant tomato.
Rosalita- A wonderful alternative to the typical cherry tomato. Indeterminate, regular-leaf, vigorous tomato plants that yield abundant crops of beautiful, 1″, deep rosy pink, oval, tomatoes in long, full clusters. A delightful new choice for anyone who likes grape tomatoes. These are sweet. An early producer at 60 days. Pink color speckled all over with tiny white dots that give them an iridescent glow.
Sprite- And if you love grape tomatoes and do not have the space for bigger indeterminate plants this tomato variety is perfectly suited to small gardens and patio gardening. Our organic tomato seeds produce short, very productive, regular-leaf tomato plants that yield small brilliant red, oval grape tomatoes borne in large numbers with refreshingly sweet flavors. Just like the original grape tomatoes these have thin skins and are packed with sweet juice. Produces tomatoes continuously all season until first frost. An early season tomato. Can be grown in a pot.
Yellow and Orange
Blondkopfchen- Plants that yield a phenomenal amount of 1/2″, grape-sized, brilliant yellow/gold, cherry tomatoes, in clusters of 20-30. The vines are large and sprawling, so give them plenty of space. One of the BEST TASTING cherry tomatoes. Deliciously sweet with a slight citrusy tart finish.
Cerise Orange- Tiny golden cherry tomatoes bursting with sweet, juicy flavor are produced in large clusters. The heirloom variety from France. Indeterminate. 70 days.
Golden Gem Hybrid- Stunning golden color and a sugar content of 10% are what make this hybrid outstanding. Small cherry tomatoes are round to globe-shaped and crack-resistant. Fruit appears on tall plants capable of producing enormous harvests with up to 50 fruit per cluster. These tomatoes have a very special taste that is sweet, yet rich and fruity. Indeterminate. 65 days.
Sun Gold- Very sweet, bright orange cherry tomatoes taste not just sugary but also fruity and delicious. Vigorous growers, these tall plants bear long clusters of fruit. Try these for a real taste treat, you won’t believe you’re eating tomatoes! Indeterminate. 57 days.
Sun Sugar- 62 days, indeterminate. Orange cherry tomato with unbelievably good flavor and productivity.
Black Cherry- Bred in Florida by the late Vince Sapp, the round fruits are almost black in color. The flavor is dynamic – much like an heirloom. High yielding.
Brandysweet Plum- Abundant clusters of 1-1/2 ounce pink fruit that is delicious, juicy, and sweet. Somewhat ‘peach’ or oval shaped with a distinctive tip on the blossom end, this is from the breeding program that developed Santa and Juliet Hybrids. This one is also a prolific bearer, typically offering 10 to 14 tomatoes per cluster, perfect as sweet additions to salads or great just for snacking out of hand. Indeterminate. 70 to 75 days.
Brown Berry- Exceptionally large crops of mahogany (brick-red) brown colored, 1-inch, round, open-pollinated cherry tomatoes. The Brown Berry cherry tomato has excellent semi-sweet, rich flavors with just a slight bit of acid finish over its fruity sweetness. Very Juicy! A great snacking or salad tomato to mix with your other colored tomatoes.
Chocolate Cherry– Extremely flavorful, uniform, round fruits in trusses of 8, measure 1″ in diameter. Fruits hold stems very well, don’t crack and can be picked several days before completely mature and allowed to ripen off the vine without sacrificing quality.
Coyote- Maye Clement brought Craig Lehoullier a branch of half a dozen of these tomatoes which he displayed at the PA Hort. Society Harvest Show in the late 1980′s. Originally it was a wild Mexican tomato called Coyote Tiny Yellow. A jewel-like cherry, that bears 6 to 8 on a branch. Very flavorful!
Dr. Carolyn- This is a wonderful ivory-colored cherry tomato that originally appeared as a variation of Galina’s. Dr. Carolyn Male first saved the seed, and so the variety was named in her honor. Round fruit are about 1 inch in diameter and ivory-white deepening to pale yellow. The flavor is not just sweet, but also complex and nicely balanced with acid. Very productive vines. Indeterminate. 75 days.
Green Doctor- This is our favorite green cherry variety, having a good sweetness and lots of flavor as well. Named after Dr. Amy Goldman and Dr. Carolyn Male who have both written great tomato books. We offer two slight variations that we collected and mixed together. One is a yellowish-lime green fruited version; the other is the frosted version which is a pale, frosty-looking kiwi green. Both are delicious and well worth eating, but the frosted one is somewhat sweeter, and the lime one is more tangy. Large vines produced huge yields of these little cherries.
Green Grape- Profuse, very juice and sweet with a light green color. 70 days.
Green Zebra Cherry- Round to slightly elongated striped green cherry tomatoes look like miniature Green Zebras with the same striping and green color ripening with a hint of amber. Their flavor, while excellent, is a little different, with more delicious sweetness in its profile than that of Green Zebra. This variety was discovered in a box of mixed cherry tomatoes that a gardener bought in Germany. Indeterminate. 75 days.
Isis Candy- 67 days. Indeterminate. Yellow golden cherry with red marbling. Taste is sweet and richly tomato. Very productive plants produce all summer long.
Purple Russian- Delicious purplish, egg-shaped fruit are smooth and perfect. They have no blemishes and have flavor that tops the charts. One of the best varieties we carry for salsa, fresh eating, and preserving. This variety will make market gardeners and chefs happy, as this Ukrainian heirloom is at the top of its class and a favorite of our grower. The plants are very productive; fruit weigh about 6 ounces.
Snow White- 75 Days. Indeterminate. Delightful ivory colored cherry tomatoes ripen to pale yellow deliciously sweet without being sugary.
Currant and Pear
Fargo- Vigorous vines with loads of 2 1/2-inch yellow fruit shaped like the ‘Yellow Pear’ variety. This variety produces on much shorter vine the same quality of delicious tasting fruit.
Beam’s Yellow Pear- huge, bushy plants that yield very large quantities of 1 oz., 1 1/2-inch, bright yellow, pear-shaped cherry tomatoes that will give you fruit until frost. The tomatoes of this yellow pear tomato variety are zesty sweet and delicious.
Red Currant- 65 days small red currant size fruits extra sweet. I looked for these fruits when I read about them in a magazine. Perfect for children and delightful on salads.
Red Pear- Pear shaped cherry. Very prolific with mild flavor and beautiful shape.
Tess’s Land Race Currant- Wonderful little cherry with super sweet flavor. Harvest sprigs with scissors.
Yellow Currant- 70 Days. Indeterminate. A special South American species of tomato that bears long, grape- like cluster of tiny yellow cherry tomatoes. They are sweet, yet have an intense tomato flavor.
Roma and Oxhearts
Amish paste– Dates back to the turn of the century and is best for canning and sauces. Indeterminate. Wonderful for fresh eating. 74 days.
Amish Gold- Cross between Amish Paste and Sungold. Our TomatoFest organic tomato seeds produce indeterminate, regular-leaf tomato plants that yield HUGE crops of 1 1/2″-2″ long, oblong shaped, gorgeous golden tomatoes with sharply-pointed end. Fruit has the gold color and flavor of the Sungold, the meatiness of the Amish Paste and delicious sweet/tart tomato flavors that will have you want this as a favorite tomato in your garden. A rare tomato variety.
Bell Star- Extremely productive paste tomato has fruit almost twice the size of regular plum types. 4 to 5 ounce tomatoes are borne on compact plants that become nearly covered in fruit. Tomatoes are resistant to cracking and excellent for paste, canning, or juice. Determinate. 70 days.
Bull’s Heart- 87 days.Very old Russian variety large pink oxheart with excellent sweet flavor.
Giant Paste- Although this variety looks like a large paste type, it is really much juicier than the average paste tomato. The flavor is also outstanding, one of the very best of its class. Elongated-round fruit average 6 oz. Plentiful yields. Indeterminate. 75 days.
Heinz- 68 Days. Determinate. Amazingly early red plum type. Heavy yields.
Howard German- Large harvests of 5-1/2 inch long, pointed paste tomatoes that weigh about 5 oz and are very meaty with a good, rich flavor. The shape is somewhat variable – most appear like a plump banana pepper, although some may look more like an elongated pear. This is an old variety, extremely productive, and great for canning, paste, or sauces. 80 days.
Hungarian Italian- Expect heavy yields of pear shaped paste. Bears until frost.
Italian Roma- An excellent old heirloom tomato used for sauce or canning. Very firm and meaty, three-inch, pear-shaped fruit with very few seeds. Very productive – up to 200 tomatoes per plant. Compact vines.
Jersey Devil- This variety was made popular many years ago by a seed company that is no longer in business. Many gardeners still remember fondly this prolific variety with 4 to 6 inch long, tapered red fruits shaped like banana peppers. The tomatoes are very meaty and sweet with few seeds — great for sauces, salsas, or even eating fresh. Color is a gorgeous bright red and yield is impressive. Indeterminate. 80 days.
La Roma- Old heirloom used for sauce and canning. Very firm and meaty with few seeds. Very productive, up to 200 fruits per plant.
Martino’s Roma- 75 days. Italian heirloom. Rich flavored pear shaped fruit, heavily set on compact plants.
Opalka- An heirloom originally from Poland. One of the best tasting paste tomatoes with 5-inch long fruit shaped like a banana pepper with a pronounced tip on the bottom. Fruit has very few seeds, is extremely meaty and loaded with rich sweet flavors lending to its sauce appeal.
Orange Banana- Beautiful orange paste-type tomatoes are 3 to 4 inches long with pointed ends. Plants are very vigorous, producing enormous yields of these sweetly-flavored fruit. They taste so good that they are perfect for salads as well as making into unusually colored sauces and salsas. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Orange Russian- Bi-color ox-heart tomato. Exhibits the best qualities of both types. Tomatoes weigh 8oz or more and are heart-shaped with smooth golden flesh marbled inside with streaks of red. They are delicious and sweet, somewhat fruity in flavor, and are meaty with very few seeds. 85 days.
Oxheart- Old fashioned favorite, heart shaped pink fruit weighs about a pound. Good flavor, gardener’s favorite.
Polish Linguisa- Huge sausage shaped fruits 8oz with great flavor to eat fresh and use for sauce. Yields are heavy. Saved since 1800 by one family.
Principe Borghese- Wonderful Roma with outstanding flavor and productivity Roma- Most popular variety for paste and sauce. Compact vines with solid good flavored 3-inch long tomatoes.
Santa Clara- Originating in Italy, this tomato became very popular in the US for use in the canning industry because of its uniformity in size (8-10 oz.) and it’s very rich, complex flavor. Plant produces a great amount of red-orange fruit that is juicy, meaty and flavorful. This variety is just as suitable for eating off the vine as it is for salads, cooking and canning. Give it a shot. It’s been around for a long time for good reason.
San Marzano- Excellent for canning, tomato paste, or puree. Rectangular pear-shaped, 3-1/2 inch long fruit with mild flavor and meaty texture. Bright red color. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Super San Marzano- A hybrid version of San Marzano paste tomato. Large, pear-shaped fruit are an average 5 inches long. Fruit is high in pectin, giving sauce and paste natural thickness. Tall plants give large yields and are resistant to bacterial speck. Indeterminate. 70 days.
Super Italian Paste- 73 days. Shaped like a banana peppers about 6in long. Deep red-orange and sweet with very little juice and large meat.