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Ramapo - The New Jersey Tomato (F1) ~ $ 3.75

Ramapo was identified by the Rutgers University New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station as one of the hybrid tomato strains, nearly lost and forgotten, that has the legendary, old fashioned taste associated with New Jersey tomatoes. The mid-sized, 12-16 oz. fruits are produced in profusion on plants known for the reliability and vigor. Semi-determinate. 75-85 days to maturity. 25-35 seeds/pkt.

Red Grape (OG) ~ $ 2.95

Pleasantly but not overly sweet, each of these bright red tomatoes concentrates full tomato flavor and an enjoyable, ever-so-slightly chewy texture into a package the size of a grape. Your plants will be laden with clusters of these vegetable confections which are terrific sprinkled in salads, pasta dishes, or eaten by the handful in the garden. Indeterminate. 25-35 seeds. 55 days.

Sakura Cherry Tomato (F1, OG) ~ $ 4.95

This very fine cherry tomato has an unusually pleasing delicate, sweet flavor. The round fruits are borne in pretty clusters of 14 or more, averaging 20 fruits. Each tomato is 1-1/4” in diameter, making them easy to pick and prepare. Halved or quartered they are perfect bite sized pieces in your summer salads. Plants are high yielding and provide a long harvest period. Adapted to high tunnels, unheated greenhouses and the open garden or field. Crack resistant. 20 seeds per packet.

San Marzano Tomato Seed (OG) ~ $ 2.50

One of the best of the old Italian paste tomatoes. The fruit is long and large compared to other paste tomatoes, with a classic Roma shape. The plant is sturdy and well-branched. San Marzano fruits cook down into a flavorful, savory paste that needs no extra seasoning. Indeterminate. 25-35 seeds/pkt. 75 days.

Snow White (OG) ~ $ 2.95

NEW! Sweetly flavored with a hint of citrus, the unique flavor of Snow White was praised by a nationwide panel of judges writing for a well-known gardening magazine. The ivory white fruits ripen to pale yellow. 1" in diameter, they form on trusses of seven or more fruits. The plants are vigorous and productive. 25-35 seeds.

Stupice Tomato Seed (OG) ~ $ 2.50

Stupice is an heirloom tomato from Czechoslovakia with good flavor. Its other merit is that it is always the first full-sized tomato ready to harvest, fully a week or two before other varieties. It Performs equally well in hot areas and in cold, short-season areas such as San Francisco. Smooth skinned, red, medium size. Early, indeterminate. Open pollinated. 25-35 seeds/pkt. 60-70 days.

Sugary Tomato Seed (F1) ~ $ 3.50

The name of this 2005 All-America Selection says it all. Judges raved about the sweet tomato flavor. The half-ounce dark pink fruit has a sugar content of 9.5%, higher than most others. The fruit is produced in clusters like grapes and can be eaten like them. Sugary tomatoes have a distinct shape; oval with a pointed blossom end. In addition to their flavor Sugary plants produce a high yield with a noticeable lack of cracked fruit. May be grown in the ground or in containers. The plants are vigorous and may need pruning to contain growth. Hybrid. 25-35 seeds. 60 days.

Sun Gold Tomato Seed (F1) ~ $ 3.45

An orange cherry tomato that was the winner among all the varieties offered at our 1995 tomato tasting. It has a distinctive tropical flavor that sets it apart, or, as one participant said, "like fireworks in your mouth." Produces long strands of fruit on vigorous, tall, indeterminate vines. 25-35 seeds/pkt. Early. 57 days.

Sun Sugar Tomato Seed (F1) ~ $ 3.95

Judged the best tasting cherry tomato by the garden and food staff of Sunset Magazine. Orange skinned and similar in appearance to Sun Gold but slightly larger fruits. Crack resistant. Indeterminate. 30 seeds. 62 days.

Super Sweet 100 (F1) ~ $ 3.25

Aptly named, these hybrid tomatoes bear sweet and juicy bite-sized tomatoes in abundance. High in vitamin C, they are ideal for salads, crudites, or straight from the vine. Indeterminate. 25-35 seeds/pkt. 70 days.

Thessaloniki Tomato (OG) ~ $ 2.50

These fruits are smooth skinned, round, and will evoke fond memories for anyone who has traveled throughout Greece and the islands. The fruits are an especially nice size for salads. The indeterminate plants produce good yields of crack resistant, heat tolerant tomatoes. 25-35 seeds/pkt. 75 to 80 days.

Zapotec Tomato Seed (OG) ~ $ 2.50

Zapotec is a beautiful tomato, with a lovely bell shaped form, and pleated sides. Zapotec has a sweet, mild flavor, and a unique, palate pleasing texture that works well in salads and salsas. Originally grown by the Zapotec Indians of Mexico, this is an heirloom well worth preserving. Indeterminate. 25-35 seeds. 80 days.

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