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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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Mini Orange TOMATO 0.16 g

Mini Orange TOMATO 0.16 g

66 days. (Indeterminate) Medium length vines produce an abundance of miniature orange tomatoes, 1-1/2" in diameter. A distinctive feature of 'Mini Orange' is its bright orange color. Mix this variety with red, yellow and green cherry tomatoes to make attractive salads. Flavor is mild and...
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Dad's Sunset TOMATO 0.16 g

Dad's Sunset TOMATO 0.16 g

75 days. (Indeterminate) Fruits ripen to a uniform golden orange like the setting sun. Very attractive, regular, round-shaped, small-cored fruit with zesty sweet flavor. Fruits are uniform in shape with very few defects, thick-walled, yet tender. Vines provide medium foliage cover and bear 12...
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Earl of Edgecombe TOMATO 0.16 g

Earl of Edgecombe TOMATO 0.16 g

73 days. (Indeterminate) [Heirloom from New Zealand. When the 6th Earl of Edgecombe died in the 1960's, the heir to the title of 7th Earl was a relative in New Zealand who was a sheep farmer at the time. When he traveled to England to claim the title, he brought this tomato with him. Our seed...
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Golden Ponderosa TOMATO 0.16 g

Golden Ponderosa TOMATO 0.16 g

78 days. [West Virginia heirloom, traded by employees of the C & O Railroad since the turn of the century. The first 'Ponderosa' variety was introduced 1891 by Peter Henderson and Co.] Somewhat rough, large-cored, yellow-gold fruits weigh over a pound. Not very tolerant of foliage diseases, but a...
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Hughs TOMATO 0.16 g

Hughs TOMATO 0.16 g

89 days. (Indeterminate) [Introduced in 1990 by SESE. Heirloom from Madison Co., Indiana, since 1940.] 'Hughs' has gained a local reputation for its meaty fruit and sweet delicious flavor. It was rated as one of the better-flavored of 250 tomatoes grown during the summer of 1988. Though it...
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Manyel TOMATO 0.16 g

Manyel TOMATO 0.16 g

78 days. (Indeterminate) [The name 'Manyel' means 'many moons'. An heirloom reportedly of recent Native American origin. Original seed sent to SESE by Carolyn Male.] Fruits look like yellow moons amidst the sparse green foliage. Creamy yellow tomatoes with a characteristic lemon-like...
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Peg's Round Orange TOMATO 0.16 g

Peg's Round Orange TOMATO 0.16 g

90 days. (Indeterminate) [Family heirloom of Peg Spencer in Cox's Creek, KY.] Disease-resistant plants yield lots of great tasting, sweet, low acid, orange 7-oz tomatoes.
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Reverend Morrows Long Keeper TOMATO, WINTER STORAGE 0.16 g

Reverend Morrows Long Keeper TOMATO, WINTER STORAGE 0.16 g

[Louisiana heirloom] Determinate plants produces lots of 6-10 oz reddish-orange fruit with reddish-pink flesh. This tomato's excellent storage quality earned it a place in our garden. Stake the plants for the highest quality fruit. Pkt
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T.C. Jones TOMATO 0.16 g

T.C. Jones TOMATO 0.16 g

80 days [Cumberland County, KY family heirloom] 8-12 oz yellow fruit with a blushing stripe on the blossom end and great flavor. Flattened fruit; shape and color similar to Yellow Mortgage Lifter, but much more productive. Indeterminate. Pkt
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White Wonder TOMATO 0.16 g

White Wonder TOMATO 0.16 g

84 days. (Indeterminate) [Possibly derived from 'White Apple', pre-1860.] 'White Wonder' is one of the varieties chosen for Alice Waters' famous Chez Panisse restaurant. It has a creamy white color and a sweet flavor. We like to serve it as an ingredient in a multicolor tomato marinade...
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Yellow Pear TOMATO, CHERRY 0.08 g

Yellow Pear TOMATO, CHERRY 0.08 g

75 days. (Indeterminate) (asc, fw1) [First described in 1805 by Persoon.] Pear-shaped yellow tomatoes about 1-1/2 x 3/4" with mild flavor. Very productive, and heat-resistant. Excellent for popping in your mouth or...
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Amy's Apricot TOMATO, CHERRY 0.08 g

Amy's Apricot TOMATO, CHERRY 0.08 g

75 days. (Indeterminate) [Family heirloom given to Dustin Swanland by his Italian aunt.] Sweet, apricot-colored cherry tomatoes. A sensation at our 2011 festival – many tasters preferred Amy’s Apricot to Sungold. Wow! A work in progress, may need some rogueing out yet of offtypes, but...
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Barnes Mountain Orange TOMATO 0.16 g

Barnes Mountain Orange TOMATO 0.16 g

90 days [Kentucky heirloom] Large orange fruit, up to 16 oz. Disease-resistant indeterminate plants continued bearing until frost in our trials. Flavor is outstanding, just perfect for BLTs. Pkt
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Djena Lee's Golden Girl TOMATO 0.16 g

Djena Lee's Golden Girl TOMATO 0.16 g

80 days. (Indeterminate) [Family heirloom of Djena Lee since the early 1920's. 'Djena Lee's' tomato later won first prize at the Chicago Fair 10 years in a row! Introduced by SESE in 1987. Djena (pronounced 'Zshena') was part Indian and granddaughter of Minnesota financier Jim Lee. She grew...
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Dr. Carolyn TOMATO 0.08 g

Dr. Carolyn TOMATO 0.08 g

65 days. (indeterminate) [Selected from a sport of 'Galinas'. Named by Steve Draper in honor of Dr. Carolyn Male who first saved the seed.] The most flavorful yellow cherry tomato we have grown. It has an excellent balance of sugar, tartness and depth of flavor. The pale yellow, cherry-sized...
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Garden Peach TOMATO 0.16 g

Garden Peach TOMATO 0.16 g

73 Days. (Indeterminate) This tomato truly resembles a peach. 2–3 oz fruits have a peach-like fuzz and are yellow, often with a hint of pink blush when fully ripe. Outstanding flavor. A good storage tomato if picked light green right before frost. Highly split-resistant. Vigorous vines bear...
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Illini Gold TOMATO 0.16 g

Illini Gold TOMATO 0.16 g

Seed crop failure, unavailable for 2014 75 days [A chance cross of Dad's Sunset and Bisignano #2, selected by Merlyn and Mary Ann Niedens] Indeterminate plants bear lots of 4-6 oz bright yellow/orange paste-type tomatoes. Attractive in salads, or makes a rich,...
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Persimmon TOMATO 0.16 g

Persimmon TOMATO 0.16 g

88 days. (Indeterminate) [Introduced about 1982.] Beautiful persimmon colored, rose-orange fruits range between 12 and 16 oz., though early fruits can weigh up to 2 lbs. Ripens from the blossom end to the softly dented light green shoulders, gradually acquiring a rose orange hue. Vines are...
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Yellow Bell TOMATO 0.16 g

Yellow Bell TOMATO 0.16 g

60 days. (Indeterminate) [Introduced in 1986 by SESE. Family heirloom from Tennessee.] This yellow paste tomato can be used in salads or for making tomato paste, juice, preserves, and yellow catsup! Heavy-yielding plants produce 5 to 12 fruits per cluster. Fruit shape is similar to 'Roma',...
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Yellow Brandywine TOMATO 0.16 g

Yellow Brandywine TOMATO 0.16 g

76 days. (Indeterminate) [Illinois heirloom from the Seed Savers Exchange.] Has the same great flavor as the popular pink-fruited 'Brandywine'. Fruits are large, slightly ribbed beefsteaks with sweet, tangy, delicious flavor. We rate it in the top 10% for flavor. Extremes of temperature may...
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Yellow Mortgage Lifter TOMATO 0.16 g

Yellow Mortgage Lifter TOMATO 0.16 g

80 days. (Indeterminate Potato leaf) These large deep-yellow beefsteaks are not as productive as the pink variety, but the creamy texture and the complex flavor make it a must-try.
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Yellow Oxheart TOMATO 0.16 g

Yellow Oxheart TOMATO 0.16 g

79 days. (Indeterminate) [Possibly first available commercially in 1929 by Livingston Seed Co. though it dates from about 1915 as a family heirloom from Willis, Virginia. Reintroduced in 1989 by SESE.] 'Yellow Oxheart' rates in the top 5% of all yellow and golden tomatoes in our trials, and was...
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Verna Orange TOMATO 0.16 g

Verna Orange TOMATO 0.16 g

84 days. (Indeterminate) [Indiana heirloom introduced 1990 by SESE.] Huge, orange, oxheart-shaped fruits. Superb flavor, one of the meatiest and most seedless tomatoes. Similar to Yellow Oxheart except that the fruits are orange, flavor is milder, and plants are more vigorous. In hot climates, seed...
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Golden Ponderosa TOMATO 1.5 g

Golden Ponderosa TOMATO 1.5 g

78 days. [West Virginia heirloom, traded by employees of the C & O Railroad since the turn of the century. The first 'Ponderosa' variety was introduced 1891 by Peter Henderson and Co.] Somewhat rough, large-cored, yellow-gold fruits weigh over a pound. Not very tolerant of foliage diseases, but a...
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Yellow Bell TOMATO 1.5 g

Yellow Bell TOMATO 1.5 g

60 days. (Indeterminate) [Introduced in 1986 by SESE. Family heirloom from Tennessee.] This yellow paste tomato can be used in salads or for making tomato paste, juice, preserves, and yellow catsup! Heavy-yielding plants produce 5 to 12 fruits per cluster. Fruit shape is similar to 'Roma',...
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Yellow Brandywine TOMATO 1.5 g

Yellow Brandywine TOMATO 1.5 g

76 days. (Indeterminate) [IL heirloom from Seed Savers Exchange.] Same great flavor as pink-fruited Brandywine. Large, slightly ribbed beefsteaks with sweet, tangy, delicious flavor. We rate it in the top 10% for flavor. Temperature extremes sometimes cause some fruit shape irregularities. Large...
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