Tomato Seeds

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    A highly recommended, almost constant-fruiting variety giving long bunches of small, very sweet and juicy crimson berries with an incredible rich and slightly smoky flavour. (Cordon) ... Learn More


  2. MICRO

    Probably the smallest tomato plant ever! Micro can be grown in a 6" pot or window box, growing only 4-5" high, but still managing to produce dozens of tiny fruit. Suitable for people with no growing space, and an astonishing conversation piece. Please be aware that a small percentage of these seeds can occasionally revert to produce a larger plant, so please select the smallest, dwarfest seedlings and reject the larger ones. (Bush) ... Learn More



    This round cherry tomato of Mexican origin produces a large crop of small to medium, very sweet fruits and indeed was originally called Mexican Honey. This vigorous plant is very productive and does well under drought conditions. It was first offered in the Seed Savers 1997 Yearbook by John Wyncoll, Bolton, England. (Semi-Bush) ... Learn More



    This reliable old British favourite produces good yields of mild and juicy, uniform fruit which has excellent colour and flavour. Suitable for both indoor and outdoor cultivation. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    One of the world's prettiest tomatoes, its perfect, undulating, non-splitting form seemingly carved from red wax, this is the best-known Catalan heritage tomato. Highly valued by local Catalan gastronomes, it is barely known beyond the county, despite its top quality. Seeds for this plant are saved and protected by the local farmers themselves and are not widely available. A gloriously different tomato whether for sandwiches and salads, baking or stuffing, cut slices produce an elegant almost floral-like design that will fall on to your plate with delicate ruby-coloured pockets of sweet, juicy flesh gathered at the centre. Sprinkled with olive oil (and a touch of salt if desired) it is a gastronomic delight! (Cordon) ... Learn More



    This bright orange, high yielding heirloom tomato really does seem to glow, producing medium to large fruits up to 110 grams. Fruits are very sweet and meaty, with just a hint of tartness, and make a perfect keeping variety ideal for salads, sandwiches, slicing and gourmet dishes. Winners of the Heirloom Tomato Tasting in the USA! (Cordon) ... Learn More



    Famous beefsteak tomato bred in the 30's by West Virginia's "Radiator Charlie" Byles. By selling the plants for a dollar each he paid off his $6000 mortgage in six years. The fruit are solid, mild tasting with few seeds and perfect for sandwiches. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    Pink variant of the famous beefsteak tomato bred in the 30's by West Virginia's "Radiator Charlie" Byles. By selling the plants for a dollar each he paid off his $6000 mortgage in six years. The fruit are solid, mild tasting with few seeds and perfect for sandwiches. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    This beautiful, tasty and very rare variety bears chocolate/mahogany brown fluted fruits with ruffled olive shoulders. The tall, regular-leaf plants bear heavy trusses of medium to large, slightly flattened, irregular-shaped, beefsteak tomatoes, that have strong, wonderful, fruit-sweet, complex tangy flavours. Plant World proprietor, Mr. Ray Brown says that it is a good slicer making delicious sandwiches. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    This Great Plains heirloom produces clusters of sizeable globes with apricot-golden skin and thick flesh with a wonderful, strong, sweet, well-balanced, tangy taste. The fruits are quite late to mature, but these tough plants adapt well to harsh conditions. In the USA, Nebraskan brides were often given seeds of this valuable food item tomato as a wedding gift! (Cordon) ... Learn More



    This handsome beefsteak is an early outdoor variety which is resistant to a variety of diseases including Blossom End Rot, producing high yields of red, medium sized fruits with excellent sweet flavour and soft meaty flesh which are perfect for salads. (Bush) ... Learn More



    A rare old Russian variety with neat trusses of perfectly-formed, blemish-free, tennis-ball sized fruits. Possibly the prettiest of the 'black' tomatoes, the thick-fleshed fruits having a distinctive and delicious, salty-smoky flavour. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    This robust plant, with a good tolerance to blight, produces fruit over a long and productive season. The fruits contain gourmet quality flesh and are an attractive scarlet/orange colour with a tart, unmistakable, 'tomatoey' flavour. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    This old and most attractive and distinctive plum variety of tomato with thick, soft sweet flesh is most versatile in the kitchen. With its astonishing resemblance to a chicken's egg it is useful both for salads and for cooking. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    This regular leaf plant yields a good sized crop of fruits that have a superlative flavour, and which are excellent for sauces as they are very meaty with few seeds. The tomatoes are attractive in salads too because of their heart-like shape. (Cordon) ... Learn More


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