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 Isis Candy Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from New Jersey, USA and was created by Joe Bratka of SSE. This is a strange cherry sized tomato that has a Bi-colored orange skin and orange flesh inside getting to about .75 inches round and weighting around .5 oz. The thing about this variety is it's Bi-colored skin with red on orange stripping! Plants can get to 6 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 4.5 feet tall. The fully ripened fruits will have a deep rich color to them. Great tasting tomatoes for salads, eating fresh and for tomato sauce and paste! Open pollinated indeterminate regular leaf mid season 55-67 days.

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Here is the J.F. Macbr's Wild Tomato (LA1339) PI 365949, Solanum corneliomulleri. This wild tomato originates and was collected from Lima Peru in 1971. This plant grows at 5,600 feet ASL and is a very rare tomato type to come across! This perennial Indeterminate, regular leaf tomato plant produces .5 inch sized, pale green but purplish-green when ripe tomatoes that have a smooth but slightly furry skin and can be a heavy producing variety. We found this variety to be resistant to most diseases and is self compatible. The fruits are edible and are ripe when fallen to the ground. This species tends to handle colder climates and grows well in very dry conditions but can withstand high heat summers. It was once classified as a subspecies of S. peruvianum but is now considered a distinct species in 2008. Seeds are tiny an need some attention when starting, open pollinated 65 to 95 days.

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Here is the Deep Pink Cherry Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. The tomato originates from our gardens in the USA. This pink variety appeared in our garden as a volunteer in 2018. We are not sure of where it came from or if it's some kind of hybrid. It is a cherry tomato that has a deep pink skin with a pink flesh inside getting to about 1.25 inches round and weighting around 1 oz. The thing about this variety is the pink skin color has this strange "pool ball" appearance to it and is solid in color! Plants can get to 5.5 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 4 feet tall. The fully ripened fruits will have a deep rich solid color to them but sometimes are bi-colored. Great tasting tomatoes for salads, eating fresh and for tomato sauce and paste! Open pollinated indeterminate regular leaf mid season 65 to 80 days.
In this offer you will receive 25+ mixed varieties of cherry and currant tomato seeds, Solanum lycopersicum, Solanum pimpinellifolium! These are the seeds from the many tomatoes we don't gather at the end of the year. At the end of the year, there thousands of tomatoes that fall away from the vine and cover the ground. We gather them up an put them into buckets. there are at least 20 of each, cherry and currant tomato varieties in this mix. you may get a few larger tomato mixed in but very few if any. We process over 75 verities of tomatoes in 2020. Please note the is the Green Krim mixed in and this variety does not turn red when ripe. Open pollinated early-mid-late season, regular leaf 50 to 90 days.

 

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Here is the Abruzzese Giant Tomato aka Pera d'Abruzzo, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato originates from Italy. This Piriform tomato has a red-orange skin and a dark orange flesh inside getting to about 3.5 to 4 inches across and weighting up to 2 lbs. The thing about this variety is the strange pear shapes they can get and large too! Plants can get to 5 feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 4 feet tall. The fully ripened fruits will have a deep rich color to them. Great tasting tomatoes for salads, eating fresh and for tomato sauce and paste! Open pollinated indeterminate regular leaf mid season 78 to 84 days.
Here is the LA1272 Wild Tomato Solanum pennellii Type 1, PI 365970. This tomato originates from Peru and was collected by Rick, Charles M. C.M. Rick Tomato Genetic Resources Center in 1971. Solanum pennellii grows wild and is a native species to Northern Peru mostly in Piura all the way to northern Chile mostly in and around Tarapacá in dry rocky places and sandy areas at sea level to 10,000 feet ASL. It is a very different species than others and it belongs to monotypic Neolycopersicon group. it is also said to be a bit of tomato and a bit of potato! This perennial can get to about 3+ feet tall, with silver-green leaves and velvety stems which are very fragile and break even with the slightest touch. Fruits are about .5 to .6 inches in diameter and fall when fully ripe. It is considered a wild relative of the common tomato. The flowers and fruits appear consistently throughout the year, but there is a noticeable increase in flowering between September and October. This species is very

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Here is the Wild Tomato, Solanum arcanum. This tomato originates from Peru. It is a spreading, often prostrate perennial plant with a woody base with shoots to about 3 to 5 feet tall or long if grown along the ground. It is native to the coastal and inland region of the Andean valleys in northern Peru and on dry valleys and dry rocky slopes at an altitude of 300 to 8500 feet ASL. Flowers have a straight staminal column with Fruits that are very small getting to around .4 to .6 inches in diameter. Tomatoes are greenish and hard when ripe with longer then normal calyxes. These plants can be wintered over and can take the following season to produce fruits. This is NOT a beginner level tomato plant to start with. The fruits will fall down when ripe. Open pollinated perennial regular leaf very long season over 100 days.

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Here is the Pinkfarbene Wildtomate Tomato, Solanum pimpinellifolium. We believe this tomato originates from Germany. It is a currant sized tomato that has a pink colored skin and pink flesh inside getting to about .3 inches round and weighting around .5 oz. Plants can get to 10+ feet tall in really good soil but plants tend to get to 6 feet tall. The fully ripened fruits will have a translucent pink colored skin to them with a sweet flavor. There is no info anywhere on the internet on this variety but it is very similar to the Everglades Tomato if not the same thing. Great tasting tomatoes for salads, eating fresh and for tomato sauce and paste! Open pollinated indeterminate regular leaf mid season 65-75 days.

 

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Here is the LA0247 Small flowered Wild Tomato, Solanum neorickii, Syn. Lycopersicon neorickii NSL 116851. This tomato originates throughout the Andean mountains mostly in Ecuador, Azuay and Peru Amazonas, Apurímac, Cajamarca, Cusco, Huánuco, Pasco and grows in the mid-elevation valleys within the Andes. It was once referred to as Lycopersicon parviflorum then renamed Solanum chmielewskii  in 2008 but that was wrong then renamed it again to Solanum neorickii and now recognized as Solanum neorickii. It is a spreading, often perennial shrub with a sometimes woody base and long wiry branches that grow along the ground and is closely related to Solanum chmielewskii and is also considered the smallest flowered of all tomato species. These plants can be wintered over and can take the following season to produce fruits. This is NOT a beginner level tomato plant to start with. The fruits will fall down when ripe. Open pollinated perennial regular leaf very long season over 100 days.

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Here is the Pepino Lloron, Solanum caripense. This sub tropical fruit originates from Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela as well as Costa Rica and grows wild in the mountains at 2500 to 12700 feet ASL. It is often confused with Tzimbalo, Solanum canense which looks almost exactly the same but are indeed two totally different species. This berry like fruit has a green skin with black stripes and a amber cream colored flesh inside getting to about .5 to 1 inch round and weighting 1 oz. The thing about this strange fruit is they can withstand light frost to 25F which is odd for a sub tropical plant! Plants can get to 5 feet long and sprawl along the ground so give them plenty of room to grow. The fully ripened fruits will have a green color to them with black stripes and fall to the ground. The fruits are edible and often eaten by the locals and is said to have a lightly sweet flavor but also can have a not so sweet taste and may even be bitter and should not be eaten till it falls to the

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