A traditional favorite from Italy. Costoluto Genovese is robust and hearty tomato variety with distinctive fluted sides. When sliced for eating the lobed fruit has lovely scalloped edges. It also cooks down well for sauces. Tolerant of high heat and cold, and performs well even with erratic seasonal conditions. Very productive. Indeterminate. 78 days.
Juliet Tomato Seedling (F1, OG) #380
A 1999 All-America Selections winner, Juliet produces pretty, oval, 1 oz. fruits that are perfect for salads, salsa, and sauces. These beautiful little fruits have excellent flavor. Highly disease and crack resistant. Indeterminate. 70 days.
Pozzano Tomato Seedling (F1, OG) #1315
This high-yielding San Marzano type produces early, large harvests of well-formed, flavorful and firm plum tomatoes that turn fully red on the vine. Growing in clusters of seven of more, the 4" long fruits have small seed cavities and sweet flesh, ideal for canning and processing. Pozzano will out-perform any heirloom variety in volume produced and earliness of harvest and shows high resistance to blossom end rot. Pozzano grows well in the open field and is outstanding in the greenhouse. Indeterminate. 72 days.
San Marzano Tomato Seedling (OG) #1305
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 cooks down into a flavorful, savory paste that needs no extra seasoning. Indeterminate. 75 days.