- 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
- From an Amish community in Wisconsin, but thought to have originated in Lancaster County, PA. Large Roma-style. Balance of sweet and tart.
- Developed by University of Hawaii for their hot, humid, insect ridden climate. Highly disease resistant (nemotode root knot, fusarium, gray-spotted
- 100-year-old heirloom hailing from the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas.
2023Sweet, 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.
- 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
- Heirloom from Ruby Arnold of Greeneville, TN. Slightly flattened, 1 lb., fruit ripens to a pale greenish-yellow (“lime jello green”) wit
- First described in 1805, but available in 17th century. Pear-shaped, yellow tomatoes 1-1/2 x 3/4.” Mild flavor.
- Large bi-colored beefsteak—yellow color with radiating streaks of red from blossom end. Family heirloom from Minnesota.
- 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.
- Russian heirloom from Tula. Slightly flattened, dark brown / purple fruit with deep green shoulders. Rich, slightly salty, smoky-fruit flavor.
2023Multi-colored smooth skin pear shaped cherry tomato with red colored flesh. 5 ft indeterminate, regular leaf plants with 1.25 inch fruit. Great
- Originally from the Isle of Krim on the Black Sea. Slightly flattened, mahogany-maroon, beefsteak with deep green shoulders.
- 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
- 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
- Russian heirloom (Khlebosolnye) named for tradition of giving special guests a loaf of bread (hospitality) and salt (long friendship) upon arrival. Bi
- Heirloom from Tennessee cultivated by Native American Cherokee tribe. Produces dusky rose to purple colored, 12 oz.-1 lb., beefsteak tomatoes with dee
2023Classic Italian red ribbed slicing tomato from Emilia Romagna. Intensely flavored, it is natively served sliced on artisan bread with the parma ham
2023Italian 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