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2022 Tomato Plant List

Let's (finally) plant our gardens! Here are the tomato varieties we have for sale this season:


Amish- An absolutely HUGE tomato from an Amish group in Iowa. Extremely meaty with outstanding flavor. This one is popular with canners because it cuts down on the work! (80 days)


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Purple Calabash- This is a deep purple/burgundy colored tomato with a flattened, almost ruffled shape and a rich wine-like flavor. Indeterminate, 80-90 days.


Opalka- This is a very flavorful paste tomato with large, meaty fruit. Not only does it make great sauce, it’s ideal for dehydrating and making sun-dried tomatoes. In our fields last season these plants produced bushels and bushels of fruit. Indeterminate, 75 days.


Polish Linguisa- A paste tomato developed in the 1800’s, seeds were passed down for generations within a family that made selections for size and flavor. Linguisa is like a Roma on steroids. Most paste tomatoes range 2-4 ounces, these tomatoes are 8-10 ounces. Indeterminate.




Brandywine- This has been considered the standard for tomato flavor since its development in 1885 by the Amish in Pennsylvania. Great flavor in a one pound package. (75-80 days)


Rutgers- This strain has some disease resistance, which ensures large crops of crack-free, bright red 6 to 8 oz. tomatoes with delicious old-time taste. For many years, this was a favorite for canning because of its abundance, juiciness and deep red color through and through. Developed in the 1920's. Determinate, 75 days.


Celebrity Plus- If you have a hard time growing tomatoes, this may be the one for you. This hybrid is bred for resistance to a wide range of diseases and produces smooth, red, 7-10 oz fruit. 70-75 days, determinate.


Pineapple- This is a very large slicer, yellow with red marbling through the center. These are indeterminate plants with very sweet, meaty fruit. (75-80 days)




Cherry Tomatoes


Mexico Midget- This is a wild red currant tomato with an intense BIG tomato flavor. This is by far our most popular cherry tomato.


Black Cherry- This one has a deep rich black tomato flavor in a bite size package. Large vines produce an abundance of sweet fruit in 65 days.


Snow White- This is a very unique tasting tomato. The closest thing we can compare it to is a chunk of pineapple on the grill- sweet and smoky. Not truly white, this is a very pale yellow and ready in 75 days.


Purple Bumblebee- A pretty purple tomato with metallic green stripes, this has a sweet flavor, meaty texture, and was bred to perform in less than ideal conditions. 70 days.




Yellow Cuban- Tiny pear-shaped lump of sugar. These plants produce very long vines and an abundance of fruit. Great for snacking in the garden. 90 days.


Golden Sweet and Red Grape- Yellow and red grape tomato varieties. Golden Sweet was especially prolific for us last year and delicious. Both varieties are fairly firm and resist cracking.


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