Tomato Seeds

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  1. RED FIG

    This rare plant yields hundreds of 1.5 inch, pear-shaped, bright-red cherry tomatoes that have wonderful, delicious, sweet flavours with a very sweet skin, making this a delightful snacking tomato. It is a tasty and colourful complement to Beam's Yellow Pear, a perfect choice to serve in a tomato salad or as a tasty decoration to culinary creations. These seeds are rarely offered. The Red Fig heirloom tomatoes have been grown in America since the 18th century, when they were dried and packed away for winter use as a substitute for figs. To make the "figs", boiling water was poured over the tomatoes to remove the skins and they were then preserved in sugar, when they were said to last perfectly for years! (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.64

  2. RED STUFFER

    A wavy skinned tomato with large, almost seedless cavities, giving it the appearance of a red pepper, thus making it useful for baking and stuffing. The mild tomato flesh ensures the taste of the filling is not overwhelmed. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.32

  3. RED ZEBRA

    Bright red fleshy fruits are overlaid with green-gold stripes which deepen to orange when the fruits become really ripe. The fruit, which is probably the best flavoured of the striped varieties, can grow to the size of a tennis ball. (Cordon). ... Learn More

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  4. REDFIELD BEAUTY

    Vigorous plants produce heavy yields of good quality, slightly flattened, large, non-splitting, uniform deep red-pinkish fruit with very thin skins. These are very juicy with an excellent, full flavour that is somewhat mild and low in acidity. (Cordon) ... Learn More

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  5. REINHARD'S GOLDKIRSCHE

    The large vines of this German yellow-cherry variety produce masses of one inch, sweet golden-yellow fruit with a strong sharpish taste that are perfect for snacking or salads. (Cordon) ... Learn More

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  6. REISE

    The astonishing appearance of this fruit can be best described as a cluster of cherry tomatoes fused together. The thick-skinned, very tasty fruits with a good old-fashioned tomato flavour will certainly make quite a talking point! (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.39

  7. ROMAN CANDLE

    Elongated plum shaped fruits have a uniform bright yellow colouration and yellow-white flesh. The fruit are firm and meaty with a mild but tasty flavour, and are ideal for salads or making into interesting sauces. (Cordon) ... Learn More

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  8. RUSSIAN BLACK

    This rare plant from the lower Ukraine (Czerno Tomat) gives almost identical, round, firm, exquisite, sweet-salty tasting dark maroon fruits and is probably the best and most sought-after of all 'black' tomatoes (and is NOT the same as 'Black Russian'!) (Cordon) ... Learn More

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  9. RUTH'S PERFECT

    Produces a mid-season crop of large, almost perfectly round fruit with a distinctive, fruity flavour. A strong-growing plant with an appropriate name, bred by biodynamic farmer Ruth Zinniker of Wisconsin USA. Very heavy-cropping here. (Cordon) ... Learn More

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  10. SAN MARZANO

    According to legend, the first seed of the San Marzano tomato came to Campania in 1770, as a gift from the Kingdom of Peru to the Kingdom of Naples, and were first grown in volcanic soil in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius. Compared to the Roma tomatoes Marzano tomatoes are thinner and pointier in shape, the flesh being much thicker with fewer seeds, and the taste much stronger, more sweet and less acidic, many people describing the taste as bittersweet, like high-quality chocolate. San Marzano tomatoes have been designated as the only tomatoes that can be used for Vera Pizza Napoletana (True Neapolitan Pizza). It is also described as a cross between 3 different tomatoes being grown in the region at that time: the King Umberto, Fiaschella, and the Fiascona. Of these 3 cultivars, only the King Umberto is still grown, the other 2 having since disappeared. (Cordon) ... Learn More

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  11. SHEBOYGAN

    This very heavy-cropper originated in Sheboygan, Wisconsin where it has been grown since the early 1900s by Lithuanian immigrants. The pink skinned 4-6 ounce fruits have excellent flavour and heavy yields, and are great in casseroles or stews or even for preserving. (Cordon) ... Learn More

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  12. SILVERY FIR TREE

    A compact early Russian bush variety with unique carrot-like silvery-green foliage which is reportedly more resistant to disease than more conventional- leaved varieties. Growing to about 18 inches high, it is ideal for growing in containers, producing good yields of 3 inch diameter meaty fruit. (Bush) ... Learn More

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  13. SIOUX

    Developed and released by the University of Nebraska in 1944, this old favourite has got a fabulous balance of sweet and acidic, resulting in a rich and delectable flavour. One of the best-known historic tomatoes, the medium-sized fruit are productive and early. In the mid-fifties (prior to the advent of hybridized tomatoes), this became one of the most popular varieties of tomato in the US. In 1947, Oscar H. Will & Co. stated, "It out-yielded all other varieties in South Dakota trials. "Then along came the hybrid types and this (along with many other kinds) fell out of favour". ''Which?' Magazine noticed the glories of this now old variety, and its popularity is now gaining strength. It is easy to grow under glass or outside in a sheltered position, and is a semi-bush variety, meaning that you side shoot the plant for the first couple of feet. It then branches out and becomes bush-like at the top of the plant. ... Learn More

    $2.97

  14. SNOWBERRY

    This lovely pale-skinned fruit is an excellent cropper, making a brilliant contrast with dark-fruited tomatoes in a salad. It has a delightfully intense, sweet and fruity taste with just a tiny amount of acid to keep it from being bland, so it is very refreshing. In England it was rated second in the RHS Tasting Trials for a cherry tomato in 2007! Cordon. 75 days from transplanting. ... Learn More

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  15. SOLDACKI

    This potato leaf variety has large, blemish free, pink, beefsteak-type fruits with yellow/green on top fading into pink. The thin-skinned, firm, meaty flesh has a very refreshing flavour and a higher yield then Brandywine. This ancient family heiroom came from a Polish family from Krakow, Poland, who immigrated to Cleveland, Ohio, around 1900. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.45

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