We hope you enjoy some of the wonderful new varieties of organic Heirloom tomato plants.
-Dusky purple-black fruits bursting with rich flavour.
-Vigorous plants covered in clusters of 1 inch round
-Indeterminate: Fruit produced mid season.
-Wonderful full flavour tomato from Krim, Russia.
-Beefsteak fruits are a unique combination of violet-brown and purple-red. -
-Wonderful rich tasting tomato from
-The 2-inch plum fruit ripen to a mahogany
Versatile fruit is delicious eaten fresh or made into flavourful dried tomatoes and sauces.
tall plant with heavy yields
-Fruit produced mid-season.
Black Sea Man
-Compact heirloom from
the Black Sea area.
-Ideal for small gardens or container growing.
-Reddish brown, medium sized,
-Very attractive when sliced.
-Determinate; Fruit produced mid-season.
-From Amish community near Brandywine
River in Pennsylvania in 1880’s.
10oz. To 1 pound, dark
- Reddish pink
tomatoes that, with every bite, assault the senses with tomato flavour.
- Beefsteak type of tomato
Ideal tomato for slicing, salads and sandwiches.
- Indeterminate; Fruit produced later in the season.
Currant Gold Rush
-Currant tomatoes are an ancient form of small tomatoes that are super
-Small bit sized golden yellow
fruit with excellent flavour.
-Manageable sized plants forms its fruit in long trusses of 10 to 12.
Dr. Wyche's Tomato
-Heavy yields of 1 pound golden
-Meaty flesh and rich flavour.
Indeterminate; Fruit produced later in the season.
from family that started Seed Savers.
-Potato leaf plants produce
large, 1 pound beefsteak fruits.
-Meaty flesh with few
seeds, very little cracking.
-Full sweet flavour.
-Excellent for canning, freezing and slicing.-Indeterminate: Fruit later in the season.
-Large yellow, streaked red, firm and smooth.
-"Sweetest tomato you have ever tasted."
-Seed Savers finest bicolour tomato and winner of the 2008 tomato tasting.
-Indeterminate; Fruit produced later in the season.
-Yellow green, 1 ½ inch , grape shaped fruit that grows in large clusters.
-Incredible sweet flavour.
Can be grown in a large container.
-Beautiful heirloom tomato from Italy.
- Loaded with huge tomatoes weighing over a pound.
-One of the most
productive varieties that we have grown.
-Excellent full tomato flavour. A great slicing tomato.
-Easy to peel for canning.
-Indeterminate; Fruit produced in mid season.
-Also called Bonny Best
-Bright red meaty,
smooth fruits with a very good flavour.
-Heavy producer.-Great for canning
and eating fresh.
-Indeterminate; Fruit mid season.
of Seed Savers Tomato Tasting 2010.
-Produces loads of 3/4
inch yellow-green cherry tomatoes.
-Refreshing tart sweet flavour.
-Continues to produce even in cold, wet growing conditions.
-Indeterminate 80 to 90 days. mid to late season.
-Winner of Seed
Savers Tomato Tasting 2014.
-Hundreds of dark, red cherry tomatoes
on each plant.
-Huge tomato flavour.
-Great for salads or eating fresh.
the entire growing season.
-Indeterminate. 60 to 70 days.
-3 inches by 6 inches red
paste tomatoes on vigorous vines.
-Few seeds and
excellent flavour make this a perfect processing tomato.
-Fruits hold well
on the vine.
-Indeterminate; Fruit later in the season.
-Dwarf plants with very
-Red egg shaped 2 to 3 inch fruits with good strong flavour
-Determinate: Early fruit.
-Early Tomato from Czechoslovakia with excellent flavour.
-Produces lots of red, small to medium sized fruit throughout the season.
-Very popular in Northern areas with short summers.
-A great American potato leaf variety.
-Tasty 2 inch round bright red fruit with orange stripes.
-Beautiful, popular variety from England.
even in cooler summers. Disease resistant.
-Indeterminate: Fruit produced
early in the season.
-Attractive red cherry tomatoes on dwarf 18 inch tall plants.
-Ideal plant for children.
-It grows neatly in patio pots and window boxes.
Fruit produced early in the season.
-Indeterminate: fruit produced
-Native American original introduced to settlers
in the 1700’s.
pear shaped tomato
-Very prolific producer of cute shaped,sweet fruit
-Low in acid, popular with gourmet
-Large indeterminate plant;
Fruit produced mid-season.