Latah - Developed at Latah County at the University of Idaho and named by Dr. Boe. Very early bright red tomato that average about 2” across. The flavor is good and better than many of the super early varieties. Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (50 days from transplant) - Originally from Heritage Harvest seed - I saved seeds from last year.
Hahms Gelbe - A wonderful little cherry tomato from Germany with delicious yellow fruit. The small plants grow to about 6” high, about the same size as Andrina, which is a red cherry. The two make an excellent combination in containers and you can then enjoy red and yellow cherries all summer long. Determinate. (60-65 days from transplant) - Originally from Heritage Harvest seed - I saved seeds from last year.
Farthest North - Introduced by the North Dakota State University in 1934. A very early and prolific cherry tomato that sets fruit in cool temperatures. Good for containers and northern areas. Determinate, regular-leaf foliage. (50 days from transplant) - Originally from Heritage Harvest seed - I saved seeds from last year.
Amish Paste - Amish PasteAn Amish heirloom from Wisconsin that produces 6-8oz red elongated tomatoes. Very juicy and great for fresh eating or sauce. A great dual purpose tomato. Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (85days from transplant) - From Heritage Harvest seed
White Beauty (1850) - (a.k.a. White Snowball) White Beauty is one of the better white tomatoes and has creamy white flesh and skin. Mild tasting and good for salads or making white tomato sauce. Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. - Seeds are from our friend L
Siberian Red Tomato This is a very early ripening tomato variety which performs exceptionally well every year in a short growing season. The plant is semi-determinate and produces a very large number of round, brilliant red, juicy fruits which weigh from 3-5 oz set in clusters. Very slight flattening at the top. Juicy tomatoes with excellent flavor for early variety. Determinate. The best tomato for cold climates!- - Seeds are from our friend L
Manitoba – (1956) - Developed at the Morden Research Station in 1956, this has been a prairie staple for years. It is great for canning, sandwiches and salads. It has good flavor and is very productive. Determinate, regular leaf foliage. - - Seeds are from our friend L
Brandywine heirloom tomato is Probably the first heirloom to achieve "cult status" within the growing popularity of heirloom tomatoes. A pink, potato-leaf, Amish variety from the 1880’s. Years ago, seed saving was done by individuals who understood that the greatest thing they could pass on to the next generation was some of the treasured food plants that had sustained life and had proven their value. Fruits are reddish-pink, with light, creamy flesh that average 12 ounces but can grow to 2 pounds. - - Seeds are from our friend L
Purple Russian - Indeterminate (80 days) A Ukraine heirloom, this variety produces beautiful, rich plum-coloured and- shaped paste tomatoes that are 3-4" long, very meaty & blemish-free. Heavy producer. Although they're paste tomatoes, they're juicy enough that they're one of my favourites for fresh eating.- From The Cottage Gardener