TOMATOES

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Tomatoes are a must grow for all gardeners. They add zest to our daily lives and are some of the most expensive vegetables in the supermarket! So growing tomatoes is a wise move when you are crunching the budget. HRSeeds.com offers you a wide variety of tomatoes to choose from. Everglades tomato, Golden Currant Tomato, Pineapple Tomato, PI 647528, PI 645319, San Marzano Tomato, Roma Tomato, Beefsteak Tomato, Totem Tomato, Tiny Tim Tomato, NC 84173, San Marzano, Husky Cherry Red tomato, Box Car Willie Tomato, Mortgage Lifter Tomato, Sainte Colombe Tomato, Rutgers tomato, Blue Bayou Tomato, Green Zebra Tomato, White Tomesol Tomato, Big Rainbow Tomato, Campari Tomato, Santa Maria Tomato, Solanum peruvianum, Spoon Tomato, Gezahnte Tomato, Wild pink cherry tomato, Solanum humboldtii, Galapagos Island Tomato, PI 629218, Black Cherry Tomato are just some of the tomato varieties we offer. We soon plan to offer tomato starts in spring to many of these varieties once we can expand our greenhouses and gardens.

Here is the Dwarf Saucy Mary Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from the USA and was created and stabilized by Craig LeHoullier from the Dwarf Tomato Project. The fruits are a Large plum tomato type getting to about 3 inches long with a yellow skin with green stripping color to them looking very similar to the "mint julep tomato" but much larger. The strange thing about this variety is even tho it's a plum type the plants will through out variable shapes with fruits as big as 3.5 inches! Plants can get to 2.5 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 1.5 feet tall. Great for salads and for tomato sauce! Open pollinated Indeterminate regular leaf 65-80 days.
Here is the Hank Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from California, USA and created by Donald Branscomb around the 1990's. The fruits are a medium pink skinned, orange-pink flesh flattened slicer type tomato getting to about 3 inches across with yellow streaking on the shoulders. The thing about this variety is the slightly salty flavor it has! Plants can get to 5 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 4 feet tall. Great for salads, slicing and for tomato sauce! Open pollinated Indeterminate regular leaf 62-77 days.
Here is the LaFayette Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from the USA and comes from the Donald Branscomb collection. The fruits are a flattened slicer type with an orange skin and orange flesh inside that gets to about 2.5 inch long and weighting around 2.5 to 3 oz. The thing about this variety is the fruits have almost no core and the entire tomato can be eaten! Plants can get to 4 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 3 feet tall. Great for salads, slicing and for tomato sauce! Open pollinated indeterminate regular leaf mid season 65-85 days.
Here is the Versalkie Tomato aka Versaviya Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from Russia and was sourced from gene banks in Canada. The fruits are a campari sized and shaped tomato with a deep orange skin and orange to red flesh inside that gets to about 2.25 inches round and weighting around 3 oz. The thing about this variety is the variations in sizes of the fruits! Plants can get to 5 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 4 feet tall. It is considered a commercial variety in Russia. Great for salads, eating fresh and for tomato sauce and paste! Open pollinated semi-determinate regular leaf mid season 65-80 days.
Here is the Dwarf Scarlet Heart Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from the USA and was created and stabilized by Patrina Nuske Small from the Dwarf Tomato Project. The fruits are a Large plum tomato type getting to about 3 inches long with a orange red skin with a distinctive point on the bottom. The strange thing about this variety is even tho it's a plum type, the plants dwarf with fruits as big as 3.2 inches! Plants can get to 2.5 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 1.75 feet tall. Great for salads and for tomato sauce! Open pollinated Indeterminate regular leaf 65-70 days.
Here is the J&L Midnight Select Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from Española New Mexico, USA. The fruits are a compari sized black-dark orange skinned, deep red globe type tomato getting to about 2 inches round and weighting over a 4 oz. The thing about this variety is the deep red flesh inside and almost being seedless! Plants can get to 4 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 3 feet tall. Great for salads, slicing and for tomato sauce! Open pollinated Indeterminate regular leaf 70-85 days.
Here is the Little Pearl Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato is said to originate from Japan and was acquired from Bunny Hop Seeds 2019. The fruits are a small grape type with a deep pink skin and pink flesh inside that gets to about .75 inches long and weighting around .4 oz. The thing about this variety is the fruits seem to have a longer table life! Plants can get to 4 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 3 feet tall. Great for salads, slicing and for tomato sauce! Open pollinated indeterminate regular leaf mid season 55-75 days.
Here is the Post Office Spoonful Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from Pittsburgh Pennsylvania USA. Here is the history as described on seed savers website: "When she was a girl, Pittsburgh folk singer Cathasaigh encountered a very old man planting tomato plants in front of a post office. The man explained that seeds of these tomatoes had been brought over by his grandmother from Italy, and the tomato had been grown by his family for generations. The man was getting too old to garden, so he planted his last seedlings in front of the post office. It was his hope that people would taste the tomatoes, like them, and plant the seeds so this wonderful tomato could continue. His term for the currant tomatoes was "spoonfuls." Cathasaigh tasted, liked, and planted the tomato for years, naming it "Post Office Spoonful." She gave seeds to Nancy Carr, who grew them out and sent them to you.". The fruits are currant sized small round cherry type with a deep red skin and orange
Here is the Smiley Worms Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato has an unknown origin but is believed to originate from the Baltic nations. The only info we have is the seeds was obtained from a woman named Iva in Slovenia. The fruits are a long odd shaped paste type with a orange skin and  deep red marbled flesh inside that gets to about 3 to 5 inches long and weighting around 4 oz. The thing about this variety is the shape resembles a phallic even with a hole in the tip! Plants can get to 6 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 4 feet tall. Great for salads, eating fresh and for tomato sauce and paste! Open pollinated indeterminate regular leaf mid season 65-82 days.
Here is the Butter Apple Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from USA and was created by Tom Wagner in 2014. The fruits are a medium sized slightly pointed round campari sized tomato with a yellow on yellow striped skin deep yellow flesh inside that gets to about 1.5 inches round and weighting around 2 oz. The thing about this variety is the yellow on yellow stripping! Plants can get to 4.5 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 3 feet tall. Great for salads, eating fresh and for tomato sauce and paste! Open pollinated indeterminate potato leaf mid season 65-80 days.
Here is the Клюква в сахарном томате also known as Cranberries In Sugar Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from Russia. The fruits are a small egg shaped fruit with that have a deep pink skin  and pink flesh inside getting to about 1.5 inch long and weighting around 1 oz. The thing about this variety is the large amount of fruits it makes and the extra sweetness to them! Plants can get to 5.5 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 4 feet tall. Great tasting tomatoes for salads, eating fresh and for tomato sauce and paste! Open pollinated determinate regular leaf mid season 65-88 days.
Here is the Early Ssubakus Aliana Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from Beijing, China and from the Peiping Botanical Gardens and first collected in 1931. The fruits are a small yellow plum tomato type getting to about 1 inch long with a bright yellow skin and a bright yellow flesh inside. The thing about this variety is the clusters of fruits as big as 1.2 inches! Plants can get to 5 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 4 feet tall. Great for salads and for tomato sauce! Open pollinated Indeterminate regular leaf 55-70 days.
Here is the Jersey Sunrise Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from the island of Jersey. The fruits are a cherry sized red skinned, red cherry type tomato getting to about 1 inch round and weighting over a 1 oz. The thing about this variety is the history behind it. Brian Adair of Jersey said "The variety was grown all over Jersey in times past. I obtained the seed originally from a local grower. Can be grown indoors and out. Don’t let fruits become too ripe before picking as they seem to split easily." Plants can get to 4 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 3 feet tall. Great for salads, slicing and for tomato sauce! Open pollinated Indeterminate regular leaf 70-85 days.
Here is the Lunch Bucket Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato we believe originates from Canada and is considered an heirloom. The fruits are a campari type with a orange skin and orange flesh inside that gets to about 2 inches round and weighting around 3 oz. The thing about this variety is the fruits are considered a large cherry on in fact its a campari type! Plants can get to 4 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 3 feet tall. Great for salads, slicing and for tomato sauce! Open pollinated indeterminate regular leaf mid season 65-75 days.
Here is the Sturt Desert Pea Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from the USA and was selected and named by Patrina Nuske Small from the Dwarf Tomato Project in 2016. The fruits are a flattened slicer shaped tomato type with a deep orange skin and red flesh inside that gets to about 3 inches round-long and weighting around 6 oz. The thing about this variety is the flavor is very rich and smooth! Plants can get to 4 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 3 feet tall. Great for salads, eating fresh and for tomato sauce and slicing! Open pollinated indeterminate regular leaf mid season 65-84 days.
Here is the Ramblin Stripe Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. The origins of this tomato is unknown. It is considered a hanging basket type due to its short sprawling plants. The fruits are a large fat cherry tomato with a green skin and red stripes and a deep orange flesh inside that gets to about 1.5 inches round and weighting around 2 oz. The thing about this variety is the unusual green skin with red strips! Plants are a dwarf type and can get to 2 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 18 inches tall. Great for salads, eating fresh and for tomato sauce and paste! Open pollinated determinate regular leaf early season 55-60 days.
Here is the Guajito Tomato, PI 438877, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from Mexico and was first Collected on February 16, 1979 in a Public Market in San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas Mexico. The fruits are a very strange long pear shape with thin neck tomato type getting to about 2.75 inches long with a orange skin with light orange flesh inside. The strange thing about this variety is the the long neck on the tomato! Plants can get to 4 feet tall in really good soil but average around 3 feet. A must grow for any tomato collector! Great for salads, paste and for tomato sauce! Open pollinated indeterminate regular leaf 55-80 days.
Here is the Kibic Tomato aka Kibits, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from the country of Poland. It is considered a commercial tomato through out Eastern Europe and known as an early producer. The fruits are a Roma plum type with an orange skin and orange flesh inside that gets to about 2.5 inch long and weighting around 2.5 to 3 oz. The thing about this variety is the early crop production and the massive amount of fruits it produces. Plants can get to 4 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 3 feet tall. Great for salads, slicing and for tomato sauce! Open pollinated determinate regular leaf mid season 70-85 days.
Here is the Tumbling Tom Yellow Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from the USA and some claim it to be a hybrid but we found it to be pretty stable. The fruits are a small yellow cherry shaped tomato type with a yellow skin and yellow-cream flesh inside that gets to about 1 inches round and weighting around 1 oz. The thing about this variety is it's a basket variety but a dwarf! Plants can get to 3.5 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 2.5 feet tall. They are Disease Resistant: V, F, N as well. This is a sub variety of the red Tumbling Tom tomato. Great for salads, eating fresh and for tomato sauce and paste! Open pollinated determinate regular leaf mid season 60-80 days.
Here is the Egg Yolk Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from Missouri, USA and was be created by Larry Pierce. The fruits are a large cherry sized round tomato with a deep yellow skin  and a creamy yellow flesh inside that gets to about 1.25 inch round and weighting around 1 oz. The thing about this variety is the unusual egg yolk yellow color! Plants can get to 5 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 4 feet tall. Great for salads, eating fresh and for tomato sauce and paste! Open pollinated indeterminate regular leaf mid season 65-80 days.
Here is the Hazelfield Farm Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from Hazelfield Farm in Worthville Kentucky and was found as a volunteer in their fields  in 2008. The fruits are a slightly flattened beefsteak tomato that has a pink to dark orange skin and deep orange-red flesh inside getting to about 3 inches across and weighting around 7 oz. The thing about this variety is just appeared in the fields out of nowhere and loves dry and hot summers! Plants can get to 4 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 3 feet tall. Great tasting tomatoes for salads, eating fresh and for tomato sauce and paste! Open pollinated indeterminate regular leaf mid season 65-85 days.
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