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1884 Heirloom Tomato
1884 - Heirloom Tomato Seeds
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Great old-time heirloom tomato said to have been discovered by James Lyde Williamson near Friendly W.Virginia in a pile of flood debris from the Ohio River in 1884. A personal favorite of Gary Ibsen, and a priority in his yearly tomato planting. These organic heirloom tomato seeds produce a vigorous, regular leaf, tomato plant that yields large (1-2 lb.) dark pink fruit with lots of tomato flavors. Perfect tomato seeds to include in your garden!

Argentina
Argentina
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A prolific heirloom plant producing big, 3 to 4-inch, pink beefsteak fruits with excellent sweet/acid tomato flavors.
Arkansas Traveler Tomato
Arkansas Traveler-Tomato Seeds
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A 100 year old heirloom tomato that was grown throughout the South from northwest Arkansas to North Carolina. Our TomatoFest organic tomato seeds produce indeterminate, regular-leaf, 6', vigorous tomato plants that yield abundant crops of 8-ounce, round rose-pink tomatoes Considered to be one of the best tasting tomato varieties with well balanced sweet/tart flavors. Arkansas Traveler is much esteemed for its ability to produce flavorful tomatoes under normally adverse conditions high heat, humidity or drought. Resistant to cracking and disease.
Beauty Heirloom Tomato Seeds
Beauty-Tomato Seeds
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Medium sized, highly productive,  leafy plant producing a huge amount of 14 oz., slightly flattened fruits with big juicy, very sweet but so well balanced with that perfect amount of acid for full, complex tomatoey flavors. One of my best tomatoes for the past 3 years.
Blue Ridge Mountain
Blue Ridge Mountain
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Tall potato-leaf vines bearing , large, 1 lb., 4-inch, pink beefsteaks with good old-fashioned, delicious tomato flavor.
Boondocks
Boondocks Tomato Seeds
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Heirloom from Joe Bratka in NY. Large potato-leaf plant with gigantic leaves. Average set of slightly flattened globes weighing 1-2 lb. Fruit is a beautiful reddish pink with green shoulders. Excellent flavor.
Bradley Tomato
Bradley
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A disease resistant variety released in 1961 by Dr. Joe McFerran of the University of Arkansas. Our TomatoFest organic tomato seeds produce compact, bushy, semi-determinate, regular-leaf, tomato plants with heavy foliage that yield copious amounts of 7 to10-ounce. dark-pink tomatoes with a wonderfully, delicious sweetness that is well balanced with just enough acidity to give you that old-fashioned big tomato flavor you love so much. Tomatoes ripen at the same time making it a great variety for canning and freezing. Suitable for Southern regions. An excellent fresh market tomato. Fusarium wilt resistant.
A Gary Ibsen "personal favorite."
Brandy Sweet Plum
Brandy Sweet Plum - tomato seeds
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Brandy Sweet Plum Tomato Seeds. Our TomatoFest organic tomato seeds produces a wonderful, compact, potato leaf tomato that was created through an accidental cross between Brandywine and Sweet 100. Delicious, 2 oz., jade-pink, elongated cherry fruit with the complex flavors and sweetness.
Brandywine, Sudduth Strain
Brandywine, Sudduth Strain -Organic Heirloom Tomato Seeds
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Around 1880 a Mrs. Sudduth of Tennessee gave seeds said to be in her family for 100 years, to tomato seedsman, Ben Quisenberry of Ohio. Prolific potato leaf plant producing 1-2 lb. large, pink  fruit. This is a strain that Craig LeHoullier believes is of the original Brandywine. Excellent flavor!
Brandywine Heirloom Tomato
Brandywine- Organic Heirloom Tomato Seeds
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Brandywine heirloom tomato is Probably the first heirloom to achieve "cult status" within the growing popularity of heirloom tomatoes. A pink, potato-leaf, Amish variety from the 1880’s. Years ago, seed saving was done by individuals who understood that the greatest thing they could pass on to the next generation was some of the treasured food plants that had sustained life and had proven their value. One such pioneer was a man named Ben Quinsenbury, who lived in Vermont. He died at the age of 95, passing on his legacy. The Brandywine was Ben’s favorite tomato. In years of my holding tomato tastings for chefs and tomato lovers, the Brandywine has always placed as one of the top three favorites. It is legendary for it’s exceptionally rich, succulent tomato flavor. Fruits are reddish-pink, with light, creamy flesh that average 12 ounces but can grow to 2 pounds.
   
 
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