Home Novelties of heirloom seeds for the third week of December 2017 - 11 December 2017

Novelties of heirloom seeds for the third week of December 2017

The assortment of goods of our store has been replenished, - novelties of heirloom seeds varieties of tomato. All the seeds before packaging are tested for germination and variety, so you can be sure that the plant that is mentioned in the description will grow.
8-16 oz. fruit, mid-late season indeterminate. Large and very meaty red / yellow bi-color beefsteak with purple anthocyanin splashes on the sun kissed fruits. This was an accidental cross between big rainbow and an unknown anthocyanin line 5 years ago.
The most novel tomato we have seen, this tomato is like a big bunch of cherry tomatoes all fused together: an amazing trait that had everyone here asking questions about the alien-looking, bumpy tomatoes. Also called “Traveler Tomato”.
A large, pink, striped beefsteak with vibrant indigo-purple coloring on top. The meaty fruits have a flattened shape, with amazing colors that are sure to be a head-turner. Fruits grow to 4-6 ounces.
The bush is indeterminate, stamping, strong, about 100 cm high. Medium sized, round, orange with green stripes, very decorative, weighing 200-300 grams, very sweet, juicy, excellent for fresh consumption and preservation. Flesh is orange-green.
A true kaleidoscope of colors is brought to your garden with this beautiful tomato. The fruits are circular to oval in shape, growing in size to a few ounces. They begin with prominent indigo-blue-purple stripes and splotches, covering green beneath.
The Marvel Stripe tomato is named for the “marvelous” stripes that run down its skin as well as its interior flesh. The largest of bi-colored heirloom tomatoes, these thin-skinned tomatoes can weigh in at one to two pounds and grow to four inches.
Fruits of unusual, exotic color - near the stems black or brown, the rest of the dark green with yellow strokes and stripes. The shape is round-heart-shaped with a small spout. The fruit's weight ~70-100 grams.
Medium-ripening, bush 90 cm. Fruits are roundish, white in green stripes, weighing 150 grams. The flesh is green, sweet. Resistant to diseases, well tolerates heat, good in pickling and salads.
The Golden Sunray Tomato is a beautiful orange-coloured variety from the USA. The approx. 200 g, bright orange, round tomatoes grow up plants of up to 2 metres high. The fruit is flesh and flavourful with a balanced sweet-sour relationship.
80 days. Costoluto refers to the distinct flattened, heavily-ribbed shape of various Italian heirlooms. This gorgeous selection comes from Florence and impressed us with its early maturity of brilliant red, 4 inch wide by 1 1/2 inch tall tomatoes.
This is one of my favorite cherry tomatoes. Plants are VERY PRODUCTIVE, yielding all season. A unique cherry tomato with small, creamy white-yellow fruits glazed in a beautiful amethyst-purple color. Plants show very nice production.
Originally from Tom Wagner and grown out by Gary Cass in Hawaii. A uniquely colored variety with pear shaped fruits that ripen with an attractive blotchy pattern of pastel colors. The plump fruits make good eating too!
The is a rare mutation from a red French heirloom Marmande tomato. It is a green when ripe that usually weighs in around 12 oz. We obtained seeds originally from a French grower. The taste rate is top 3 for greens.
4-6 oz. fruit, mid-season indeterminate. Beautiful red and yellow bi-colored heart shaped tomatoes with stripes.This tomato is sweet and fruity with a good balance of juice and flesh. Good producer.
Fruits ripen to spangled brick-red with green stripes, complemented by lots of black anthocyanin, giving this a very striking multi-colored finish. Very good, sweet rich and juicy flavor.
An exotic, teardrop shaped tomato with wild stripes of gold. Fruits ripen to pink-red and have a delicious sweet, rich flavor. Nice clusters and healthy bearing. Uncommon and very cool!
This rare plant yields hundreds of pear-shaped, bright-red tomatoes that have wonderful, delicious, sweet flavours with a very sweet skin, making this a delightful snacking tomato. The Red Fig tomatoes have been grown in America since the 18th century.
This German heirloom resembles a strawberry in color and shape, though much larger, meaty with scant seed and juice, the flavor spectrum runs broad and deep, fruits average 10 oz, shoulders are smooth to slightly ribbed and slower to ripen.
Indigo Apple is an extraordinary tomato, an eye catcher, to say the least, plants produce beautiful pendant clusters of 3-4 oz, tomatoes deep purple to black colors (caused by high levels of anthocyanin - a naturally occurring anti-oxidant.)
A medium-sized, determinant, exotic tomato variety from Tom Wagner. Recommended for growing outdoors and greenhouses. The bush is very beautiful, with fluffy leaves and trunk, green with a slightly bluish tinge.
A very unique tomato, its hard to find another like it! Oblong fruits up to 4" are produced, having a lovely green-yellow, spotted skin. The slender fruits have green pulp and a tasty flavor. A lot of fun to watch grow and even more fun to eat.
Tomato 'Zebra Rita' was developed by Tom Wagner, the breeder who introduced the highly popular Green Zebra. It is larger than Green Zebra, with medium-size fruits that are light green with darker green stripes.
This dual purpose tomato brings flamboyant orange, yellows and reds to sauces and stands out when sliced and eaten fresh. The fruits are meaty, with few seeds and super tasty. We love how the unique striped fruits hang on the plants; you can't miss them!
A rare tomato from the East Coast, similar to Jersey Devil but with generally larger fruits. The elongated, pepper-like fruits were popularly used for canning. Fruits have meaty flesh, excellent for paste but also quite delicious eaten fresh.
This is a very interesting variety that has circulated around some farmers markets in the SF Bay Area. The variety appears to have similarities to the famous Piennolo tomatoes grown on the slopes of Mt. Vesuvius.
A new Indigo tomato high in anthocyanins. Very productive. An accidental cross between Blue Gold and an unknown Indigo tomato. Indeterminate plants have good disease resistance and are productive even in low temperatures.
Eye-popping gold cherry tomato blushes dark blue to purple where the skin receives the sun, while the green portions ripen to a burnished gold color. Fruit is produced as clusters of 5-8 tomatoes in a lattice pattern.
Grow huge, prize winning, beefsteak tomatoes. Big Zac was bred by Minnie Zaccaria, a New Jersey gardener whose goal was to hybridize an enormous tomato with heirloom flavor. The tomato resulting from her efforts is outstanding in every way - meaty.
A unique and fun-to-grow heirloom, passed down to food historian William Woys Weaver from his Mennonite grandfather’s seed collection. This variety was once grown for exhibiting at county fairs in Pennsylvania, according to Mr. Weaver.
I expected a mediocre flavor from this pale-colored tomato, so I was shocked by its lemony tang. The small-medium 4-6 oz. fruits ripen to pale yellow with light green stripes and have a lemony tangy flavor.
Pineapple Fog looks as cool as it sounds! Originally comes from a cross between the Pineapple tomato and San Francisco Fog tomato. And what a lovely baby they created! These 2-3" tomatoes are yellow, with a strong red blushing.
Mid-ripening, very fruitful variety. Received from crossing Green Sosij and Cherokee Purple. The bush is neat, with drooping foliage, with a height of up to 2 m. Fruits are fleshy, dark purple elongated cream with a spout, very beautiful color and shape.
Surprise even experienced gardeners. During puberty, on the rind of bright yellow tomatoes begin to emerge clearly irregular dark stripes and spots. Fruits rather small, not exceeding 120-130 grams. Variety fertile. Tomatoes reach maturity after about 75.
An astonishing dark purple tomato coming from the breeding work of Jim Myers from Oregon State University (OSU). Green fruits turn gradually to dark purple when exposed to sunlight. Medium size, round fruits.
Bosque Bumblebee is a small salad-type tomato, though still larger than a cherry tomato at about two inches in size, and it has a mild, almost citrusy flavor with an appealing juicy texture.
This variety is certainly a contender for the most fruits produced on a single plant. Bears copious amounts of yellow colored, cherry tomato fruits in huge clusters that can reach 40-60! Nice, mild and sweet flavor. The fruits keep pretty well too.
Elongated, large cherries in clusters. The color (and flavor!) is a full-blown assault on the senses-lavender and purple stripes, turning to technicolor olive-green, red, and brown/blue stripes when fully ripe. Really wild!

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