• Introduced in Illinois in 1923 by the Buckbee Seed Company named for their native son.  Brilliant red, round, 12-oz tomatoes in clusters of up to nin

    Abraham Lincoln

  • From an Amish community in Wisconsin, but thought to have originated in Lancaster County, PA.  Large Roma-style.  Balance of sweet and tart. 

    Amish Paste

  • Developed by University of Hawaii for their hot, humid, insect ridden climate.  Highly disease resistant (nemotode root knot, fusarium, gray-spotted

    Anahu (determinate)

  • 100-year-old heirloom hailing from the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas.

    Arkansas Traveler

  • New


    Sweet, dense, prolific grape tomatoes with great flavor.  Grows to a bushy 4 feet and can produce hundreds of 1 inch tomatoes up to first frost.

    Artesano (red and gold)

  • Dark pink heirloom carried through the Underground Railroad by an unnamed slave as he crossed to freedom in Ripley, OH, from KY. Seeds were passed on

    Aunt Lou's Underground Railroad

  • Heirloom from Ruby Arnold of Greeneville, TN.  Slightly flattened, 1 lb., fruit ripens to a pale greenish-yellow (“lime jello green”) wit

    Aunt Ruby's German Green

  • First described in 1805, but available in 17th century.  Pear-shaped, yellow tomatoes 1-1/2 x 3/4.”  Mild flavor.

    Beam’s Yellow Pear

  • Large bi-colored beefsteak—yellow color with radiating streaks of red from blossom end.  Family heirloom from Minnesota.

    Big Rainbow

  • South American species of tomato. Semi-wild habit.  Produces large, vigorous branches that yield many 3/8-inch, sweet (but slightly tart), red curran


  • Purple black. Sweet with high yields.

    Black Cherry

  • Russian heirloom from Tula.   Slightly flattened, dark brown / purple fruit with deep green shoulders. Rich, slightly salty, smoky-fruit flavor.

    Black from Tula

  • New


    Multi-colored smooth skin pear shaped cherry tomato with red colored flesh.   5 ft indeterminate, regular leaf plants with 1.25 inch fruit.  Great

    Black Keyes (purple/black)

  • Originally from the Isle of Krim on the Black Sea.  Slightly flattened, mahogany-maroon, beefsteak  with deep green shoulders.

    Black Krim

  • Dark blue-black top half and whitish-yellow bottom. 1¼” fruit are a good salad type.  Sweet with mild citrus flavor.  Very prolific. Habit ma

    Bosque Blue Bumblebee

  • Around 1880, Mrs. Sudduth of Tennessee gave seeds (said to be in her family for 100 years) to tomato seedsman from Ohio. Prolific potato leaf plant pr

    Brandywine, Sudduth's Strain

  • Russian heirloom (Khlebosolnye) named for tradition of giving special guests a loaf of bread (hospitality) and salt (long friendship) upon arrival. Bi

    Bread and Salt (determinate)

  • Heirloom from Tennessee cultivated by Native American Cherokee tribe. Produces dusky rose to purple colored, 12 oz.-1 lb., beefsteak tomatoes with dee

    Cherokee Purple

  • New


    Classic Italian red ribbed slicing tomato from Emilia Romagna.  Intensely flavored, it is natively served sliced on artisan bread with the parma ham

    Costoluto di Parma

  • New


    Italian for ox heart, the Cuore di Bue is an Open Pollinated Heirloom Ox Heart Pink beefsteak tomato.  1 – 1.5 lb heart shaped fruit with meaty

    Cuore di Bue

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