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Heirloom Amish Paste Tomato Heirloom Vegetables - Ananas Noire Tomato
Abe Lincoln
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Amish Paste
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Ananas Noire
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Introduced in Rockford, Illinois in 1923 by the W.H. Buckbee Company. Abe Lincoln ranks at the top for large, disease resistant tomato plants. The uniformly dark red fruits make for excellent soups and ketchup and grow in clusters of 6-8 fruits that weigh in at about 9 oz. each. Indeterminate. 90 days. Great for canning or slicing. A good choice for an all purpose tomato. Unique interior color, reminding one of tie-dyed fabric. Awesome for slicing.
Artisan 'Blush Tiger' Artisan 'Green Tiger'
Arkansas Traveler
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Artisan 'Blush Tiger'
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Artisan 'Green Tiger'
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This namesake heirloom has been around since the 1800’s but this strain is most likely from the cultivar developed at the University of Arkansas in the 1970’s. Medium-size pink fruits produce about 20#’s of fruit per plant! Does extremely well in zones 6-9. Indeterminate. 90 days.

Julienne, exceptionally sweet, juicy and tropical flavored cherry tomato.

Extraordinary elongated cherry with superb flavor.

Artisan 'Pink Bumble Bee' Artisan 'Pink Tiger'
Artisan 'Marzano Fire'
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Artisan 'Pink Tiger'
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Red San Marzano-type tomato with yellow stripes.  The dry, meaty flesh and few seeds make this tomato excellent for sauces.  Vines are vigorous and productive.  Great for gardeners who want an incomparable sauce tomato.

Very sweet and flavorful cherry tomato.

Pink with orange stripes tomato.

Artisan 'Purple Bumble Bee'

Beautiful and delicious cherry tomato.

Orange beefsteak with yellow stripes.  Very unique looking tomato.  Sweet flavor has hints of peaches.  This is a great tomato for specialty farmers.  This variety has been selected under disease pressure for the past 5 years, and it forms very vigorous vines that are relatively resistant to fungal pathogens. This newly bred cherry tomato line is sure to create excitement with their extraordinary beauty and superb flavor. Fruits are striped with orange and red.  Chefs find the 1 1/2" round fruits extremely versatile in the kitchen.  Market growers love the new colors for mixed pints of cherry tomatoes.  Resists cracking.  Well suited for outdoor growing or greenhouse culture.  Great for fresh tomato, basil, mozzarella and balsamic vinegar salads.
Heirloom Vegetable Seeds - Aunt Ruby's German Green Heirloom Tomato Seeds - Austin's Red Pear Heirloom Vegetable Seeds - Baby Roma Tomato
Austin's Red Pear
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Baby Roma
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Excellent sweet and spicy flavor. Great for slicing with fresh mozzarella, and basil. Superior full flavored strain like no other red pear you've ever tasted. Great for garden snacking, salads and growing for market.
Heirloom Vegetable Seeds - Beam's Yellow Pear Tomato
Beam's Yellow Pear
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Beefsteak
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Big Rainbow
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Widely adapted, stringless and good disease resistance. A real workhorse! This old time heirloom classic has many names thrown at it. We call it Beefsteak only. Massive 1-2# flat, fruits with a perfect balance of sweetness and acidity. This is the perfect sandwich tomato although its excellent for salads and canning too! Indeterminate. 75 up to 100 days.

This beautiful late season old timer comes from Polk County,
Minnesota.  This large tomato (1-2#'s)
lives up to its name, changing colors throughout the growing season and ends up
with yellow-orange stripes with hints of red.
Great for sandwiches, salads and canning.  This tomato does extremely well in zones
4-7.  Indeterminate.  80 up to 100 days.