• Foxnose Tomato

    Foxnose tomato is a first time grow-out for us in 2018. We were very pleased who the results. True to the oxheart family, this variety produces very tasty, deep yellow oxhearts. They will keep you eating all season long. Many of our fruits are over 16 ounces but they averaged between 10-12. Vines are skinny and tall and loaded from bottom to top. This variety is very clean and crack-free, an advantage if you want to sell them. Foxnose tomatoes in your garden or on your tomato stand will turn heads. These are great for sandwiches, sauces, snacking and more. Tasty and memorable!
  • German Head Tomato

    I first grew German Head tomato in 2008. Since then I have always wanted to grow it again. So I puled out my 2008 saved seeds and grew out a few. They again produced some of the meatiest tomatoes that you will find. old fashioned is how I would describe German Head. flavorful, balanced, lots of meat and even amounts of juice. This is a very safe tomato to grow if you want certainty. It will not disappoint. Vines produce big beefsteaks that can easily surpass one pound. Perfect sandwich tomato. Great for market sales, slicing and tons more. Recommended!
  • German Johnson Tomato


    German Johnson Tomato

    German Johnson is a big tomato that can border on huge! Smooth pink tomatoes are full flavored, balanced and delicious. Vines are tall and sprawling. They begin to ripen their fruits about 90 days after transplant. Almost all meat, German Johnson may eliminate the need for chicken on your sandwich. These are great market tomatoes too. Stake well!
  • Giant Belgium Tomato

    Giant Belgium tomato is a favorite of mine. Even though we grow hundreds or varieties each year, I do have a go-to list when I want certainty. Giant Belgium is one of them. Some others such as Uncle E, Dester, Curtis Cheek and Gold Medal are also included. Giant Belgium is all meat, which makes it perfect for sandwiches. Our biggest fruits were about 1.4 lbs but they do get bigger. The seeds which we offer are always form the best specimen. Plants are vibrant! They start ripening their fruits about 85 days after transplant. Stake well and get ready!
  • Giant Kalian Tomato


    Giant Kalian Tomato

    A very pleasing tomato, Giant Kalian tomato took me by surprise this year.  Our plants were really vibrant and disease-free. I really loved production also. These produced quite nicely until late in the season. Fruits were between 8 and 16 ounces, pink shinned and very, very good!  These even tasted good when not fully ripened. They remind me somewhat of Dester tomato, which, to me is one of the best beefsteaks ever! These are perfect for anything, really! Sandwiches will shine when you use this variety! Give it a shot!
  • Giant Monster Tomato


    Giant Monster Tomato

    Oh my gosh! It's a giant! The average Giant Monster tomato can easily weigh 1.5 pounds, seriously! This huge red beefsteak is an all purpose variety. Among the meatiest fruits that we grow, it's sweet, fruity, rich and have good delicious balance! This is a very good tomato. Vines are perhaps six feet tall and produce plenty one to two pounders. Some are even larger! They begin to ripen about 85 days after transplant and remain huge all the way through Fall!
  • Gigant Doohov Tomato

    Some of the biggest tomatoes that we grew in 2018 Giant Doohov was a stand-out in our gardens. Easily and consistently crossing one pound, many approached the 1.5 pound range. But size wasn't its only attribute. Gigant Doohov also had great taste! It was really meaty, balanced and had awesome texture. Truly, this is a very good tomato that works wonderfully on a sandwich. I used some for cooking and those were great too! But after eating a few in the garden, I knew that I was going to include it in my annual plantings. Try this one, I Recommend It!
  • Goose Rock Tomato

    Goose Rock Tomato is a huge red variety with outstanding old time flavor. These tomatoes were born sandwich ready. Fruits can weigh up to 2.5. Huge plants that can be 7 feet tall just keeps producing until frosts. Really good production for such a large fruit. These come in a little bit late but will be worth every second. Have a look at my images and you will practically be able to taste them. Please stake these well and get ready for bit things!!
  • Gordo De Patones Tomato

    If you are looking for consistently large fruits, try Gordo De Patones Tomato. These were very large in 2020. They averaged 1.5-2.5 pounds consistently! This is a very good BLT tomato! These plants produced plenty, for having such large fruits. Taste was a milder mix of tarts and sweets. Very good old fashioned flavor and nice texture too! Another one that showed good disease resistance. Plants, and sometimes fruits, need tons of support! A big tomato for a big tomato gardener!
  • There is almost nothing like a sandwich with Granny Cantrell's German Pink tomato. It has the right size, perfect juice, great taste, enough meat and it's not excessively seedy. Our vines produced beefsteak fruits that were in the 1 pound range. They began ripening about 82 days after transplanting in our gardens. Granny Cantrell's tomatoes ripen to a dark pink color, that is aromatic when sliced open. production is plentiful but not excessively prolific. Also a good variety for cooking, slicing, fresh eating and more. Certainly a variety that's worth growing. Stake plants well and early!
  • Big beefsteak tomatoes are what you will get when you grow Granny Harriet's Heirloom Tomato. I was totally blown away by these! I acquired these seeds from my friend, who wanted me to let everyone know that his family had grown them for more than 80 years and that he is still growing them. Granny Harriet's easily surpasses 1 pound and most are between 1.5 and 2 pounds. They are very balanced and ready for any sandwich! I especially enjoyed mine with a little salt and pepper. Stake vines well for best results. Our first fruits ripened around 88 days after transplant!  
  • Hillbilly Tomato

    85 Days. Hillbilly is a potato leaf variety that is as popular as Cherokee Purple and the Brandywines. Sturdy plants produce big crops of red and yellow bi-color tomatoes that can reach 1.5 pounds. Also known as Hillbilly Potato Leaf Tomato, these can easily be used as a main crop for sales. Plants have potato leaves and are hardy. Ours have always shown good disease resistance. These have also performed well in hotter conditions. Fruits are sweet, meaty and delicious. They are perfect sandwich tomatoes! If you are seeking a reliable bi-color fruit that would be perfect in most situations, Hillbilly tomato would do the job!
  • Holy Land Tomato

    Big, hefty beefsteaks are what you will get when you grow out Holy Land Tomato. Our plants were tall and loaded with 1-2 lb tomatoes that kept coming until cooler weather. Fruits began to ripen about 85 days after transplant. I just had to eat the very first ripened fruit. It was sweet, meaty, flavorful and satisfying. I also love that these have good, old time flavor. Holy Land is the perfect compliment to two slices of bread, some mayo, lettuce, good cheese, salt and pepper. If you can't locate any of those things, simply eat it right off the vine, it's super delicious that way.
  • Hugh’s Tomato

    Hugh's tomato is one that I hope gains popularity. This fantastic, large beefsteak, can reach 1+ pounds. Borne on very vibrant vines, Hugh's fruits are in clusters of 3-4. They ripen to a nice pale yellow and have few or no cracking or splitting. These are sweeter with very good balance and superb texture. one of my new favorites! This is a perfect sandwich tomato that works well also as a market or main cop variety. Vines are tall, some of ours were more than 6 feet. Stake well! You can expect your first ripened fruits about 85 days after transplant. Recommended!
  • Ispolin Tomato

    I first grew Ispolin tomato in 2017. It blew me away with its consistency, fruit size, production and hardiness. I soon realized that it was a great to grow as a main crop. Fruits are sweetish, juicy and balanced. Our biggest fruits were close to 1.5 pounds but the average size was about fourteen to sixteen ounces. Ispolin is a very good sandwich tomato. You can expect your first ripened fruits about 85-90 days after transplant. Get ready for plenty awesome beefsteaks!
  • Joe’s Portuguese

    Joe's Portuguese Tomato is a large pink tomato with outstanding flavor. Fruits are often around one pound, but often more and have very good aroma. Our regular leafed plants were bushy, around 6 feet tall and stayed healthy throughout the season. Fruits are one pound or more and a pretty pink when fully ripened. They slice very nicely for sandwiches. Good production and old timey solid tomato flavor makes this a good candidate for a main crop or market vendors. Medium firm when ripened. 80 days after transplant to your first ripened fruits. Nice find for us this year!
  • Kansas Depression Tomato

    Kansas Depression tomato is a fat beefsteak that is sweet, with a little zing and balanced. In 2016 I was gifted seeds by my friend Terry Tassone at Secret Seed Cartel. She really wanted me to try these. Potato leaf vines produce huge pink tomatoes that are just wonderful. Fruits averaged about 1.5 pounds. These delicious fruits are delicious and predominantly sweet. They are full of dense flesh, and in many ways have a taste that is unique just to this tomato. Terry grew hers out in France and found hers to be sweet also. She had very high praises for this one. Definitely a  winner! Sandwiches need these! Thanks, Terry!

  • KBX Tomato


    KBX Tomato

    85 Days. KBX  tomato is the potato leaf version of Kellogg's Breakfast. These two tomatoes are similar, except that I have found them to be a bit more prolific than the regular leafed version! KBX tomato is meaty, big and sweet. It is a great selection as a main crop for tomato vendors. Plants are about 6 feet tall and produce high quantities of deep yellow, (sixteen to twenty four ounce) fruits, that can really be used for many things. One of the the best for sandwiches. Great for tomato lovers who are seeking a lower acid fruit with great flavor and plenty meat! Click Here To See It On YouTube!
  • Kolb Tomato


    Kolb Tomato

    When I first saw images of Kolb tomato, I thought that they were highly photoshopped. Upon growing them myself, I discovered that they looked just like the pictures. These are some of the prettiest pink tomatoes that I have ever grown. Additionally, they are really good tasting.  Large, oblate fruits, are around one pound and often bigger, mildly sweet and well balanced! Really pleasurable experience in a big tomato. Six feet tall plants are good producers too! These are great sandwich tomatoes and can easily be a main crop for market vendors. I really like that they are clean and mostly blemish-free. These wouldn't be mistaken for anything else in your garden, very clean and unique pink. Perfect all purpose variety, but stands out on a tomato sandwich with its old fashioned taste. Get ready for some beauties!
  • La Vie En Rose Tomato


    La Vie En Rose Tomato

    La Vie En Rose tomato is one of the most productive, large fruits that I have ever grown. 1 pound fruits are sweet, flavorful and satisfying. Plants are very hard workers and produce prolifically, considering fruit size. I was gifted seeds for these by my friend, Terry at Secret Seed Cartel. Here is her quote. "This tomato is the result of a naturally occurring cross between Claude Brown’s Yellow Giant x unknown pink in the SSC garden. It produced a pink variant and a yellow sister named Moonshiner’s Ball". Our plants were about five to six feet tall and produced 10-20 ounce tomatoes that were prettiest that we grew in 2019. Our first fruits ripened around day 86. Get ready to fill your baskets with lots and lots of big pink tasty tomatoes. Stake well and early for best results. These would make great eye-catchers at your farm stand or market!  
  • Lenny's And Gracie's Kentucky Heirloom Tomato

    As I have stated before, 2020 was a year when we grew some of the most wonderful varieties. Lenny's And Gracie's Kentucky Heirloom tomato is one of those. For me, this tomato was unforgettable for more than one reason. First, I was very pleased with the taste. Also, production was excellent! The plants just kept pumping them out!  We harvested many, many of these! Plants were very hardy and produced all season long, with minimal signs of diseases. My favorite part was tasting them. These are very inviting! Taste is fruity, mild and sweet with good balance. Canary yellow fruits with pink blushed bottoms, are blemish free and regularly approach one pound. I would say average weight is 12 ounces to 1 pound. So these are nice and big.  A really nice choice for sandwiches,  slicing, market sales and more. So happy I was introduced to this one! Will be growing again next year!
  • Mama Irene’s Tomato

    You haven't tasted a really good beefsteak unless you tasted a Mama Irene's Tomato. Huge beefsteaks that are constantly over 1.5 pounds and often closer to the 2 pound range, these just keep coming all season long. Everything is large on a Mama Irene's vine. It is a very meaty tomato that you will absolute love. Sweet but balanced, juicy, and relatively early for its large size, this tomato will blow you away. Vines are not tall but very bushy and produce plenty of beautiful pink beefsteaks. Stake well! Fruits begin to ripen about 80 days from transplant, so get ready!
  • Mary Robinson's German Bicolor tomato is a large slicer tomato that has excellent taste. Fruits can reach one pound and ripens about 90 days after transplant. Vines are between 5-6 feet tall and produce good crops of these beauties. Perfect for sandwiches, tomato platters, tomato stews and just eating in the garden.
  • Norcarlina Pink Tomato

    Norcarlina Pink Tomato was discovered in 1999 at a local farmers market and seeds shared. Some have said that it was a renamed variety but at this time there is uncertainty about that. This large pink beefsteak is a delight. It is mild and sweeter with pink flesh with tempting aroma. Texture is also very good and this one is medium firm when ripened. As far as production, that is very good also, making it a god choice for market vendors, which is where it was discovered in the first place. Plants are about 5-6 feet tall and vibrant. They begin to ripen their fruits about 80 days after being transplanted in their final growing spot. These are perfect sandwich companions with really awesome flavor! The next move is yours!!  
  • Not Purple Strawberry Tomato

    Perhaps one of the best black tomatoes around, Not Purple Strawberry tomato keeps me coming back for more. This 8-12 ounce variety is packed with flavor through and through. Fruits have smooth flavor with fantastic texture, that is forward, old fashioned and very pleasing. Not sweet or tart, just very good! Plants are productive and can tolerate some abuse. Ours made it through 3 weeks or non-stop rain and floods, followed by weeks of absolute drought. Yet, NPS kept on producing. Easily an 8 out of 10. So if you like black tomatoes, or you are wanting to try one for the first time, I highly recommend these. Great for sandwiches, cooking, garnish and so much more.
  • Omar's Lebanese Tomato

    Omar's Lebanese tomato is a huge oblate, red beefsteak. Thick vibrant vines produce tons of 1.5 pound, slightly flattened fruits with delicious, satisfying taste!. They begin to ripen about 85 to 90 days after transplant. Meaty and sweeter, this tomato is really well balanced! Sweet with a little tang, you will love this one It is a perfect selection for sandwiches, sauces.  This is a very weighty and dense variety, so plants need to be staked well and early. Good disease resistance with good/great production. Nice choice as a market tomato too!
  • Polaris Tomato


    Polaris Tomato

    Polaris Tomato is a fattened, delicious, black beefsteak that was bred by Karen Olivier in Canada. In 2020 I grew several excellent black varieties, including PPP X PP "C", and Gary'O Sena. Polaris held its own against the best! What I especially love, is that plants are potato leafed! Our vines grew to about 6 feet tall and produced nicely. The first ripened fruits appeared about 75 days after garden transplant. Taste is rich, complex and sweet. Excellent texture that's perfect for sandwiches. Not runny, so no bread wetting. Recommended for northern gardens!


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