75-80 Days. Resists Cracking. Blight Resistant. 10+ ounces. Solid and meaty. Good for ketchup, juice or slicing. Indeterminate.
73 days. Disease Resistant. Resists Cracking. High Yielding. 12 ounce beefsteak tomato is an All-American selection. Indeterminate.
78 days. Disease Resistant. Vigorous 8 to 9 ounce slicer. Indeterminate.
77 days. 14 ounce. Heavy Yields. Great Flavor.
72 days. Disease Resistant. Great all around tomato and an All-American selection. 8 ounce. Semi-determinate.
65 days. High Yielding. Disease Resistant. 10 to 15 ounce. Sweet, flavorful, vigorous fruits. Adapts to conditions. Indeterminate.
75 days. 4 ounce. 50% more lycopene. Determinate. Heavy Yields
79 days. 3" across and adaptable to conditions. Disease Resistant to blossom rot. Determinate.
Oh Happy Day
67 Days. Outstanding crop of disease-resistant beefsteak tomatoes in clusters of 3-7 fruit. Snap off easily. 5-6 ounce. 48-72”x24-36”.
80 days. One of the world's largest beefsteaks. High yielding, 1.5 to 2 pound deep red flesh and succulent juice.
57 days. 4 to 5 ounce. Heavy Yields. Heavy Vines, slicer.
70-75 days. 8 to 10 ounce. One of the few that provides late blight resistance. Nice slicer with firm flesh and crack resistant. Determinate.
This slicer matures 1 week before Early Girl and has 5 to 6 ounce fruits. High yields.
Bush tomatoes are ideal for growing tomatoes in pots and other containers.
Bush Early Girl
High Yielding. 54 days. 4" fruit. Good patio tomato. Meaty, flavorful, firm. Produces all summer. Determinate.
68 days. Compact, 3½' patio plant. Unsurpassed 3" to 4" flavorful meat. Determinate.
65 days. A beefy, 8 to 12 ounce tomato that can be grown in a container or small garden (22" height). Matures early.
57 days. 2016 All American Winner. ½" fruit with heavy yields. Very sweet. Branched trusses full of easy to grow fruit.
50 days. All-American selection. Clusters of sweet fruit in a compact plant. Heavy Yields.
High Yielding. 58 days. Juicy, round, pale yellow fruits are sweet and flavorful. 2 ounce. Indeterminate.
65 days. 1 ounce clustered sweet tomatoes preferred in taste tests.
68 days. Unique, long cascading trusses holding up to 40 very sweet 9 ounce fruits.
52 days. Super-sweet, elongated 1" fruits. Great crunch and texture.
Very Sweet, golden orange, thin-skinned. 1" fruit. 62 days.
60 days. High Yielding. Disease Resistant. Long chains of smooth, dark red 1½" fruits. Great flavor. Determinate.
72 days. Beautiful 8oz. paste tomato. No end rot! Strong root system. 48-72x24-36”. Slicing and sauce.
La Roma III
76 days. Disease Resistant. High Yielding. Bright, meaty 5 ounce fruits. Good for canning. Determinate.
Up to 2 pounds! Largest sauce tomato ever. Prolific and flavorful. Few Seeds.
Lower acid, sweet tasting, beautiful color. (See Heirloom tomatoes for more varieties).
Chef's Choice Orange
2014 All-American Winner. Great taste, crack-resistant, and holds its bright color during cooking. 9 to 16 ounce.
75 Days. Full, sweet low acid taste. 1-2 pound fruits, yellow with a blush of red.
80 days. Mild flavor and golden color.
72 days. Ripens to a very bright yellow color. 6 ounce. Resists leaf mold and stem canker. Indeterminate.
70 days. Sweet, mellow 6 ounce slicers, fantstaic on sandwiches and in salads.
16 ounce beefsteak. Nice sweet/acid balance. Heavy Yields. Few seeds. Determinate.
70 days. Up to 16 ounce fruits with superb flavor and rich, juicy flesh. Adapts to weather conditions.
Many heirlooms originated in the 1800's or earlier and come from all over the world. Noted for full flavor and interesting colors. If you truly love tomatoes you have to try some of these. Many of these go fast since there are limited plantings.
Discovered in the Ozarks, this 6 ounce sized fruit is creamy, mild, and highly adaptable. Indeterminate.
80-102 days. Up to 2 pounds. +Flavor with ribbed & red-streaks.
80 days. Medium sized dark maroon-purple fruit. Rich flavor.
74 days. Flavorful, mahogany tomatoes. Less cracking than other heirlooms.
90-100 days. Considered by some to be the world's best-flavored tomato. Extra-large, firm rosy-pink fruits. Indeterminate.
Disease Resistant. Drought resistant. 80-90 days. Medium sized fruits with dark stripes on pinkish-red skins that do not crack. Indeterminate.
90 days. Ribbed firm flesh of 7 ounce fruits. Sweet and delicious.
77 days. Up to 1 pound. Great flavor, smooth and crack resistant.
High Yielding. 90 days. 12 ounce to 2 pound fruits. Vigorous plants with heart-shaped fruits, have a mild flavor and few seeds. Indeterminate.
90 days. Heirloom with small green fruit striped gold. Zippy, sweet taste.
Heirloom Marriage Cherokee Carbon
Robust, purple beefsteak. 10 to 12 ounce. Rich flavor. Indeterminate.
Heirloom Marriage Genuwine
Slicing type bred for higher yields and earlier maturing. 10 to 12 ounce good tasting fruits and few blemishes.
85 days. 1 to 2 pound orange and yellow-streaked fruits make this beefsteak a great addition to your table.
High Yielding. Drought resistant. 75-80 days. A favorite also called "Radiator Charlie" with large smooth, pink-skinned fruits. Few seeds and very mild, sweet flavor. Indeterminate.
80 days. Large, red and yellow striped tomato, low in acid and mild-flavored. Indeterminate.
75 days. One of the best-ever slicers with huge fruits of 1½ to 2 pounds. Indeterminate.
90 days. Heart shaped fruit has solid, tender flesh. Can be staked.
80 days. 1 to 2 pound plump, golden orange, meaty. Heavy Yields.
80 days. Extra large 1 pound beefsteak with a rosy pink glow. Almost seedless and low acid.
High Yielding. 70 days. Rare heirloom. Hardy, medium sized fruits with very few seeds. Good for salads sauces or pickles. Indeterminate.
Disease Resistant. 72 days. Unsurpassed for canning with dark red heavy walled 7 ounce fruits. Full-bodied flavor. Determinate.
80 days. Long, blocky fruits mature with a small, discreet seed cavity.
Great for hot summers and dry conditions. Thick-walled, crack free, red globes have an acidic flavor. Semi-Determinate.
High Yielding. 78 days. Vigorous vines yield 2" fruits. Indeterminate.