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Rose Quartz Tomato
Rose Quartz-Tomato Seeds
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A very productive cherry plant from Japan producing large pink cherries in clusters. Absolutely  delicious flavor.
Camp Joy Tomato
Camp Joy-Organic Tomato Seeds
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Heavy bearing heirloom variety that offers an abundance of luscious 1" fruit with huge, well-balanced, sweet tomato flavors. One of Gary Ibsen's favorite cherry varieties. Strong disease resistant. Perfect for snacking or salads.
Eva Purple Ball Tomato
Eva Purple Ball-Tomato Seeds
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A vigorous, 1800’s heirloom from the Black Forest region of Germany. Delicious, round, 2 to 3-inch, blemish-free, pink-purple fruits. A big producer for me.
Marianna's Peace
Marianna's Peace-Heirloom Tomato Seeds
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Pink heirloom tomato that originated in Czechoslovakia. 1-2 lb., pink beefsteak tomatoes. Dense, creamy, sweet flesh with rich complex, old tomatoey flavors. Great gift for the tomato lover.
Riviera Tomato
Riviera
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rom Italy. Our TomatoFest organic tomato seeds produce semi-determinate, regular-leaf, bushy tomato plants that yield lots of 2 1/2 - 3 inch, slightly flattened, bright-red, beefsteak tomatoes with lots of sweet flavors with a good acidic balance for that old-fashioned tomato flavor. A very good producing plant. Perfect for eating fresh in tomato salads and great for tomato sauce and salsas. A wonderful cooking tomato.
Tiger Paw-Heirloom Tomato
Tiger Paw-Heirloom Tomato Seeds
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A very productive heirloom from TN grower sent to me by Reinhart Kraft from Neukirchen, Germany. Pale yellow with pink blush, lightly lobed, flattened fruit (shape and markings like a cats paw) with thin skin a tropical-sweet flavor and a distinct hint of citrus. Exerted stigma so must grow away from other varieties. Very pretty fruit.
Zarnitza
Zarnitza
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A short indeterminate heirloom from a region 50 miles south of Moscow. (Zarnitsa translates as "Summer Lightning.") A very early and prolific variety the produces red, 2 1/2-inches. Disease and crack resistant. Delicious, sweet, buttery and juicy. One of the best early varieties.
Lollipop Tomato
Lollipop
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TomatoFest organic tomato seeds produce indeterminate, disease-resistant, big, bushy, regular-leaf plants with wispy foliage that yield huge amounts of 1-1/4 inch, almost translucent, creamy, yellow cherry tomatoes in clusters of 6-10, that hang on the plants like lollipops and have unique, fruity-sweet, lemony flavors unlike other cherry tomatoes. Produces fruit continuously, even under high temps. This is an excellent cherry tomato suitable for farmer's markets. Also great as a salad tomato, or as a snacking tomato, or for adding to culinary creations. A Gary Ibsen favorite tomato. Another winner for your garden!

Wapsipinicon Peach Tomato
Wapsipinicon Peach
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From Dennis Schlicht. Named after the Wapsipinicon River in Northeast Iowa. Similar to Peche Jaune. Our TomatoFest organic tomato seeds produce indeterminate, regular-leaf wispy, tomato plants that yield a tremendous amount (thousands) of 1 1/2 to 2-inch, delicate, fuzzy-like-a-peach, pale-yellow (with a tinges of pink), juicy, tomatoes with wonderful, slightly-spicy, very fruity-sweet flavors. Harvest is good all the way to frost. A novelty tomato that is sooo sweet, it begs for eating right off the vine. A Gary Ibsen 'personal favorite.' They won't be able to keep from smiling after tasting this!
Porter Tomato
Porter
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Originally introduced by Porter & Sons Seed Company of Texas to suit the conditions of the Texan climate. Tall, indeterminate, regular-leaf tomato plants that yield large quantities of 4-ounce, plum-shaped, thin-skinned, smooth, deep-red tomatoes with exceptionally sweet flavors. A good choice for a salad tomato, canning, tomato sauces, eating fresh or making tomato juice. A good container tomato for hot, dry growing conditions. Porter also does well in hot humid areas.
   
 
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