Tomato Seeds

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  1. INDIGO ROSE

    Wow! No trick photography whatsoever is needed with this astonishing, rare and new, seemingly blight and disease-free, blackest ever tomato with ornamental darker leaves and stems, which was developed by Oregon State University. Amaze your friends with heavy-cropping trusses of fruity-flavoured, unbelievably jet-black, large-plum-sized fruits, which finally ripen late in summer to a deepest purple, and when sliced resemble plums with their deep red flesh. It is the first tomato variety in the world that has anthocyanins actually in its fruit, and importantly, no genetic engineering techniques were used to develop this plant. Anthocyanins, (which are antioxidants, and the same black pigment as in blueberries), are believed to help reduce the risk of heart disease and some evidence even suggests they protect our brain as we age. You can be one of the first to try this black tomato with its clean, clear flavour, a satisfying, dense texture, and a show-stopping appearance, along with the potential health benefits, this is your chance! (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $3.78

  2. JAPANESE BLACK TRIFELE

    A late season potato-leafed plant (originally "Russian Truffle"!), with large pear shaped purple-black fruits with dark green shoulders, resistance to cracking, and a strikingly rich flavour with a hint of chocolate. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.50

  3. JAUNE FLAMME

    This old French variety gives early crops of apricot-coloured, four ounce fruits the size of a golf ball or slightly larger, borne on elongated trusses that bear fruit continuously. It is a fabulous fresh-eating tomato with an explosive, intense flavour that shines through any salad dressing with ease. The outer walls are thick and meaty, with just enough juice to provide a full-bodied, citrus-like flavour that surprises all who try it for the first time. The yellow-orange skin encloses beautiful red-mottled flesh inside. This plant appears resistant to many diseases that normally plague tomatoes. The fruits are held in clusters of six to eight. Indeterminate ... Learn More

    $2.62

  4. JERSEY DEVIL

    The unusual fruit are 4-6 inches long and resemble peppers. The flesh is meaty with few seeds and is ideal for using in sauces or casseroles. A very productive plum tomato which continues to set fruit late in the season.(Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.62

  5. JOHN BAER

    Bright red, meaty, sweet, smooth fruits ripen very early and thence over a very long season. Fruits have a good measure of thick tasty flesh and are resistant to splitting. Historically, this very heavy cropping heirloom tomato was introduced in 1913 as the earliest tomato ever grown! (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.94

  6. KELLOG'S BREAKFAST

    A superb, non-splitting, pale to deep orange beefsteak, with few seeds and a fantastic sweet, tangy flavour. The juice and inside flesh have the same bright colour as orange juice. Our trial plants were loaded with fruits and were unusually healthy-looking showing no signs of any disease. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $3.01

  7. KOLB

    Beautiful large, fleshy, almost seedless, pink-red beefsteak fruits have marbled green yellow shoulders. These ancient USA heirloom plants, more than 50 years old, develop irregular ribbed shapes, and produce very few seeds. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.62

  8. KORALIK

    This early bush variety is possibly the most unusual tomato we grow here. High-cropping plants make strong, widely held, spreading branches rather like a small oak tree, enabling it to produce clean, isolated fruit. It has such a high tolerance to blight it was featured on BBC Gardeners' World, and coming from Poland, it is perfect for areas where the growing season is short and wetter than normal, when it will produce abundant, exceptionally sweet, large cherry tomatoes. (Bush) ... Learn More

    $2.62

  9. LATAH

    The fruits of this early compact tomato, which originated in Latah County Idaho, are roughly spherical, with a sharp lemony taste. The plants appear unusual due to the large spacing between the leaves but this helps early ripening. (Bush) ... Learn More

    $2.50

  10. LEGEND

    A fine outdoor variety which produces round uniform fruit from about 2" to 3" in diameter which are sweet and tasty with very few seeds. A strong robust plant which has a good resistance to blight. (Bush) ... Learn More

    $2.62

  11. LEMON TREE

    A quite incredible and distinctive tomato with an almost perfect resemblance to a real lemon, more so than other "lemon" tomatoes. When sliced, the similarity even extends to the sharp, strong taste, which is useful for salads. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.62

  12. LEWIS' LONG KEEPER

    Bunches of large, sweet, cherry tomatoes ripen quite late in the season, but carry on cropping when most others have long-gone. And when picked, either kept on the truss or singly, they have an astonishing shelf life if stored in a cool place. We were still eating the trial crop, which slowly develop attractive rippled colours, well into February. This amazing new plant was sent to us by a customer. ... Learn More

    $3.33

  13. LIVINGSTON'S DWARF STONE

    Good, solid, slightly-flattened red fruit, with thick walls and a good sweet flavour, ripen evenly and store well after picking. A mid-season, rather dwarf variety, it has relatively sparse foliage, allowing more plants per unit area. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.94

  14. LONG TOM

    A superb old heirloom variety you really should try, with elongated, very heavy trusses packed with fruit late in the season. It is ideal either as a salad tomato or just for eating fresh off the vine, the tomatoes being absolutely free of cracking. In a recent taste test in the USA, about 85 varieties were served up to the hundreds of visitors, and this one came top! (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.82

  15. LUDMILLA'S PINK HEART

    Quite an amazing tomato, this really does have large, pink-oxheart-type, non-splitting, heart-shaped fruits! These are big, firm, sweet and very good-tasting. It really is high up on the good-looking tomatoes list, and an early-ripener giving very high yields. Seed originated with Ludmilla, a Kazakhstan German, who gave seeds to Reinhard Kraft, Neukirchen, Germany in the 90s, and he named this tomato after Ludmilla. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $3.20

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