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Please see Tomato Cultural Notes for growing information.
Codes refer to the Key to Tomato Disease Tolerance.

See our Tomato Variety Guide for recommendations for disease-resistant, storage, and extra early varieties.

Packet: Seed size varies considerably, 0.08-0.16g (approximately 40-80 seeds, depending on variety, average 64 seeds) sows 100'.




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Peron (Peron Sprayless) Tomato 1.5 g

Peron (Peron Sprayless) Tomato 1.5 g

70 days. (Indeterminate) [Introduced 1951 by Gleckler’s from Argentina. Called “Sprayless” because the vigorous vines needed no treatment.] Tasty red tomatoes on disease-resistant vines. Produces a high percentage of uniform, defect-free 3-4 in. fruits. Flavor is sweet with some intricacy....
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Principe Borghese Tomato, Drying 0.16 g

Principe Borghese Tomato, Drying 0.16 g

78 days. (Determinate) Italian heirloom bred for sun-drying, this low-moisture variety maintains more flavor when dried than do other varieties. Slightly oval, 1 oz fruits. Prized in Italian cooking when reconstituted in olive oil, they can also be crushed into small flakes to...
$2.75

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Red Cherry Tomato (Old Fashioned Red) 1.5 g

Red Cherry Tomato (Old Fashioned Red) 1.5 g

72 days. (Indeterminate) [Pre-1840. This is the small Red Cherry, not the Large Red Cherry commonly used as a salad tomato.] Bright red 1 in. fruits, sweet, tangy and juicy. Grows so vigorously that it tends to outgrow some diseases. Resistant to fruit-worm and high temperatures. (1.5 g)
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Red Cherry Tomato (Old Fashioned Red) 0.16 g

Red Cherry Tomato (Old Fashioned Red) 0.16 g

72 days. (Indeterminate) [Pre-1840. This is the small Red Cherry, not the Large Red Cherry commonly used as a salad tomato.] Bright red 1 in. fruits, sweet, tangy and juicy. Grows so vigorously that it tends to outgrow some diseases. Resistant to fruit- worm and high temperatures. Pkt.
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Red Currant Tomato 0.05 g

Red Currant Tomato 0.05 g

(Lycopersicon pimpinellifolium) 62 days. (Indeterminate) [Wild South American tomato.] Intensely flavored, berry-sized, ½ in. red fruits in clusters of 16-20. Pkt.
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Red Pisa Date Cherry Tomato 0.08 g

Red Pisa Date Cherry Tomato 0.08 g

72 days. (Indeterminate) [Given to Dustin Swanland by his Italian aunt.] Small, firm, date-shaped red fruits, sweet and productive. 7-9 ft. plants. This may be the type of tomato Jefferson served at Monticello as a dessert, the sliced fruits dusted with powdered sugar. Pkt.
$2.75

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Roma VF Tomato 0.16 g

Roma VF Tomato 0.16 g

(vw, fw1, asc) 75 days. (Determinate) Very popular, pear-shaped paste tomato. Widely adapted. Fruit ripens uniformly. Highly productive, good resistance to disease and fruit-worm. Pkt.
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Roma VF, Virginia Select Paste Tomato 0.16 g

Roma VF, Virginia Select Paste Tomato 0.16 g

75 days. (Determinate) Neighboring farmer and Growing for Market writer Pam Dawling has been saving this locally adapted strain since 2001, selecting for high, early yields and tolerance to Septoria Leaf Spot. 4-5 oz fruits. Pkt.
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Roma VF, Virginia Select Paste Tomato 1.5 g

Roma VF, Virginia Select Paste Tomato 1.5 g

75 days. (Determinate) Neighboring farmer and Growing for Market writer Pam Dawling has been saving this locally adapted strain since 2001, selecting for high, early yields and tolerance to Septoria Leaf Spot. 4-5 oz fruits. (1.5 g)
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Rutgers (Original Strain) Tomato 0.16 g

Rutgers (Original Strain) Tomato 0.16 g

75 days. (Indeterminate) The original strain of this famous New Jersey tomato. When Rutgers University refined the variety in 1943, they took out some of the vininess, but also some of the flavor. This original strain tastes better. Pkt.
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Rutgers VF (Rutgers Improved) Processing Tomato 0.16 g

Rutgers VF (Rutgers Improved) Processing Tomato 0.16 g

(vw, fw1, asc, gw) 73 days. (Determinate) [Developed by the Campbell Soup Company in 1928 from a cross of Marglobe and J.T.D. Further refined by Rutgers U. in 1943.] Popular since its introduction, still well known for...
$2.25

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San Marzano Paste Tomato 0.16 g

San Marzano Paste Tomato 0.16 g

80 days. (Indeterminate) [Italian heirloom, famous for its use in Neapolitan pizza and other Italian dishes.] Long Roma-type tomatoes, 3-4 oz fruits with pointed ends. Thick, dry, low acid flesh contains few seeds. Very productive 6 ft. tall plants have good disease resistance....
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Sophie's Choice Tomato 0.16 g

Sophie's Choice Tomato 0.16 g

55 days. (Determinate) [Heirloom from Edmonton, Canada, sent to SESE from Dr. Male. Introduced 1997.] Highly productive, flavorful and large-fruited. Ripens ahead of all other extra-early varieties in our trials. Unlike other extra-early varieties, the fruits are flavorful and large, averaging 6-8...
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Sophie's Choice Tomato 1.5 g

Sophie's Choice Tomato 1.5 g

55 days. (Determinate) [Heirloom from Edmonton, Canada, sent to SESE from Dr. Male. Introduced 1997.] Highly productive, flavorful and large-fruited. Ripens ahead of all other extra-early varieties in our trials. Unlike other extra-early varieties, the fruits are flavorful and large, averaging 6-8...
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Stone Tomato 0.16 g

Stone Tomato 0.16 g

(ab, fw1) 78 days. (Indeterminate) [1889] Bright red, slightly flattened 5-7 oz. globes with uniform ripening. An all-purpose tomato with good keeping quality, especially recommended for canning. Vigorous, highly...
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Stone Tomato 1.5 g

Stone Tomato 1.5 g

(ab, fw1) 78 days. (Indeterminate) [1889] Bright red, slightly flattened 5-7 oz. globes with uniform ripening. An all-purpose tomato with good keeping quality, especially recommended for canning. Vigorous, highly...
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Stupice Tomato 0.16 g

Stupice Tomato 0.16 g

62 days. (Indeterminate) [Czech.] Pronounced stoo-PEECH. Early bearing, productive, disease-tolerant, and flavorful. It usually produces until frost. Great flavor depth with excellent sweet-tart balance. Juicy 3-4 oz. fruits borne in clusters of 6-8. Fruit ripens to red (with an orange undertone)...
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Stupice Tomato 1.5 g

Stupice Tomato 1.5 g

62 days. (Indeterminate) [Czech.] Pronounced stoo-PEECH. Early bearing, productive, disease-tolerant, and flavorful. It usually produces until frost. Great flavor depth with excellent sweet-tart balance. Juicy 3-4 oz. fruits borne in clusters of 6-8. Fruit ripens to red (with an orange undertone)...
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Sugar Cherry Tomato 0.09 g

Sugar Cherry Tomato 0.09 g

(Lycopersicon pimpinellifolium) 76 days. (Indeterminate) [SESE introduction, 1994.] Large currant-type ½ in. orange-red fruits borne in clusters of 12. The berry-sized fruits are larger than true currant tomatoes and are intensely flavored and sweet. Pkt.
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Super Choice Tomato 0.16 g

Super Choice Tomato 0.16 g

85 days. (Indeterminate) [KY heirloom from Rev. Hobart Pearson.] Tall (7 ft.) vigorous vines yield 1-1½ lb. classic beefsteaks with wonderful flavor and texture. Perfect for tomato sandwiches. Pkt.
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Tappy's Heritage Tomato 0.16 g

Tappy's Heritage Tomato 0.16 g

85 days. (Indeterminate) [Selected by Merlyn Niedens from a cross of Tappy’s Finest and a red-fruited tomato.] The best features of Tappy’s Finest have been combined with more uniformity and red color. 6 oz red fruits have excellent sweet full flavor and a meaty texture. Good insect and disease...
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Tropic VFN Tomato 0.16 g

Tropic VFN Tomato 0.16 g

fw1, asc, rkn, ab, clm, gw, st, tmv1, tmv4, sun, cr) 80 days. (Indeterminate) [Developed by U. of Florida.] This exceptionally disease-resistant variety has excellent versatility as a garden, greenhouse, or market...
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Tropic VFN Tomato 1.5 g

Tropic VFN Tomato 1.5 g

fw1, asc, rkn, ab, clm, gw, st, tmv1, tmv4, sun, cr) 80 days. (Indeterminate) [Developed by U. of Florida.] This exceptionally disease-resistant variety has excellent versatility as a garden, greenhouse, or market...
$6.50

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West Virginia 63 Tomato 0.16 g

West Virginia 63 Tomato 0.16 g

(fw1, lb, sun, vw) 70 days. (Indeterminate) [1963, WVU AES] 6-8 oz red fruits, meaty flesh, small cores, few blemishes. Excellent, mildly sweet flavor. Good disease resistance includes resistance to late blight race T-0...
$2.75

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West Virginia 63 Tomato 1.5 g

West Virginia 63 Tomato 1.5 g

(fw1, lb, sun, vw) 70 days. (Indeterminate) [1963, WVU AES] 6-8 oz red fruits, meaty flesh, small cores, few blemishes. Excellent, mildly sweet flavor. Good disease resistance includes resistance to late blight race T-0...
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Zarnitsa Tomato 0.16 g

Zarnitsa Tomato 0.16 g

60 days. (Short indeterminate) [Seeds collected from a region 60 km south of Moscow, introduced by SESE 1999. Zarnitsa translates as “summer lightning.”] An early-bearing, productive, red-fruited variety with fruit averaging 2 x 2½ in. Short vines are suited for staking or ground...
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