A FEW of our NEW TOMATOES: offering 75+ varieties in 2022.
50-60 days, Hybrid, Dwarf Indeterminate
Bred specifically for container growing, this dwarf vining tomato is quite early, high-yielding and, best of all – the 1” fruits are sweet and tasty. Johnny’s Seeds considers it the best cherry tomato for patio containers. Dwarf plants stay a manageable size, to 3-4’ tall, with healthy green foliage, and are easily tamed with a tomato cage or trellis.
65-75 days, Open pollinated, Dwarf Determinate
A delicious slicer for small spaces, Tasmanian Chocolate retains the abundant flavor of its heirloom parentage (New Big Dwarf and Paul Robeson). Sturdy dwarf 3-4’ plants with stout central stem are perfect for small spaces and containers, with tidy plant habit and short stature, and only need a standard tomato cage for support. The big crops of burgundy/mahogany 4-6 oz., ribbed fruits are richly flavored and perfect for sandwich slices.
65 days, Open pollinated, Indeterminate
An excellent tomato from a German biodynamic breeding project, this medium-early salad variety makes tall, very productive plants loaded with perfectly round, brilliant red 3-4 oz. fruits. They are firm, flavorful, and keep well once picked.
85 days, Open-pollinated, Indeterminate
This little known but extremely tasty pink heirloom beefsteak variety won first place for flavor, firmness/slicing quality, exterior color and shape from a panel of experts: food writers, chefs produce experts and state officials. A compact potato-leafed variety, it also excels in fruit size (8-18 oz.), vigor and yield. This scrumptious pink tomato begins producing in late August-early September, and the flavor is sweet, rich, and complex with delicious acid overtones. The meaty flesh has very few seeds but is still juicy.
75 days, Open-pollinated, Indeterminate
Deep orange beefsteak fruits are dense, with fabulous sweetness and a richly complex flavor profile, as well as extraordinary velvety texture. Frequently bi-lobed, they average 16-20 oz. Though reputedly 150+ years old, Goldie was not introduced commercially until 1977. Harvest when fruit has a distinct rosy blush on the bottom (blossom end). Plants are very productive, and the sturdy indeterminate vines require support. Prune to 1 trunk and no more than 3 main branches for healthy, easily trellised plants. Fruits can catface under cold or excessively wet conditions.
70-75 days, Open-pollinated, Indeterminate
Part of the Artisan™ series, Lucky Tiger combines a unique look, exceptional flavor and high vigor. 2-inch elongated fruits in stunning, jewel-toned shades of green and red, with hints of gold, with green striping gradually becoming more defined as the background blushes red and interior marbling develops. Bred for great flavor, too: tangy, sweet, and complex with tropical notes and balanced acidity.
50-65 days, Open-pollinated, Determinate
Considered the best super early yellow determinate tomato. Flavorful 3-4 oz. lemon yellow fruit. As early as subarctic tomatoes with much more flavor – very sweet with a nice tomato finish – and larger size. Very productive, with multiple concentrated yields on healthy 2-3’ bushes. Crack resistant and blemish free. Grows well in containers and even better in the ground. Bred by Tim Peters of Peters Seed and Research.
40-50 days, Open-pollinated, Dwarf
At a little over twelve inches in height on average, the compact, rugose, regular-leaf plants rank among the smallest of tomato plants, making it a great choice for container gardeners. Despite their small stature, ‘Puck’ plants are productive, bearing 2-5 oz., red, round to somewhat blocky fruits that deliver a good, mild, classic tomato flavor, balanced, slightly tart but not strong, with no aftertaste. Fruits are grouped in clusters, mainly up the main stem, almost completely hidden. The plants tend to set fruit well in cool weather (good for Foothills gardeners!).
70 days, Open-pollinated, Determinate
An early paste variety with small bushes that heavily produce clusters of plum-shaped, meaty, 2-3 oz. red fruit with few seeds and very good flavor. Fruits resist blossom end rot, to which so many other sauce tomatoes are susceptible. They are easy to pick and peel, and the tomatoes can be easily shaken from the plants when they mature. Very reliable and early compared to the typical Roma variety. Released in 1993 by Dr. Jim Baggett of Oregon State U.
60-70 days, Open-pollinated, Indeterminate
A Sungold F1 dehybridization, Sungella is bigger and much more crack-resistant than the ubiquitous hybrid, and just as delicious and juicy. At 1½-2” diameter, the sweet, yellow-orange globes are small, but larger than cherry tomatoes. Like Sungold, the vines are large and sprawling, requiring sturdy support. Sungella is productive, great for salads, snacking,
57 days, Hybrid, Determinate
Sunrise Sauce produces early, high yields of 3-6 oz. squat, bright orange Roma-shaped fruits within a concentrated period, which makes it perfect for saucing. Not to mention it has exceptional fruit quality and flavor, much sweeter than others in its class, peels easily, and cooks down quickly. This low-maintenance paste tomato is highly resistant to fusarium wilt race 1 and verticillium wilt and makes a great small-space or patio container tomato.
70 days, Open-pollinated, Indeterminate
The sweetest cherry in the Artisan™ series has outstanding sweet and tangy flavor and great looks, with yellows and reds inside and out. It was bred with high vigor to perform under tough conditions.
TUMBLING TOM, Yellow
65-70 days, Hybrid, Indeterminate
Abundant crops of tasty, sweet 1-2 oz. golden-yellow cherry tomatoes are borne on stems that cascade freely from window-boxes, tall containers, or pots on stands, trailing up to 24”. Fruits set continuously through the summer on attractive, healthy, disease-resistant plants. Although one plant can fill a 12” diameter pot, several can be planted together in a larger pot.
ROSE de BERNE
80 days, Open-pollinated. Indeterminate.
Considered the Brandywine of continental Europe, the Swiss Rose de Berne is widely considered in France, Germany, and Switzerland to be the best-flavored tomato. Only medium-sized yet delivers the robust flavor of the bigger types. It bested some formidable competition in Boulder tomato tastings with an unmatched rich sweetness. Unblemished globes are perfectly round, the soft skins not overly fragile, the color very attractive, and plants as productive as hybrids. Some Late Blight tolerance.
PLUS RETURNING: Anasazi, Aunt Ruby’ German, Aurora, Beam’s Yellow Pear, Bella Rosa, Big Beef, Black from Tula, Black Krim, Black Sea Man, Brad’s Atomic Grape, Early Girl, Cherokee Purple, Chianti Rose, Chocolate Cherry, Glacier, Gold Nugget, Green Zebra, Isis Candy, Juliet, Kellogg’s Breakfast, Martino’s Roma, Matt’s Wild Cherry, Sasha’s Altai, Sungold, Green Doctors, Black Prince, Carbon, Floradade, San Marzano Redorta and more!