For earliest crops, set plants out around the last frost date under floating row covers, which will protect from frost to about 28°F (-2°C). Compared to Orange Blossom, BHN 871 is a larger, later plant with improved disease resistance, higher yield...
Water seedlings with a high-phosphate fertilizer solution. Grow seedlings at 60-70°F (16-21°C). Select resistant varieties. Frost will cause severe damage.Abundant soil phosphorus is important for early high yields.
Potato leaf strain. Sow 3-5 weeks before predicted last frost. (12-16 oz.) Although Brandywine Black not an heirloom tomato, this strain of Brandywine is juicy with a rich flavor. Indeterminate Tomato Vining plants that are best when staked and trimmed.
A high yielding tomato plant. A large yellow beefsteak variety. The Pineapple is a large, rich yellow-gold tomato that has a great flavor. Contains few seeds and more solids give you more for your money.
An old-time favorite. Sow 3-5 weeks before predicted last frost. (1-2 lbs.) Mr. Stripey tomato features large, yellow fruit with pinkish-red stripes. Indeterminate Tomato Vining plants that are best when staked and trimmed.
Should be harvested when pinkish; will turn bright red when fully ripe. They produce fruit continuously. Can also be used in tall cages. Transplant outside 6-8 weeks from sowing. Many heirloom qualities with disease protection.
Productive and a good variety for home gardeners and “heirloom” market growers. Sow 3-5 weeks before predicted last frost. (8-10 oz.) Chocolate Stripes is a mahogany-red tomato that has olive-green stripes and killer tomato flavor.
For earliest crops, set plants out around the last frost date under floating row covers, which will protect from frost to about 28°F (-2°C). Uniform ripening time. High yields of very good tasting, meaty, 6-8 oz globe shaped fruit.
This tomato will brighten up your day! Meaty and juicy with few seeds. The Kellogg's Beefsteak tomato is an heirloom variety that produces bright orange fruits that weight 1 pound or more with thin skin and a sweet tangy flavor.
The mortgage was paid for in six years! Large, pink fruits. Sow 3-5 weeks before predicted last frost. (1 lb.) Mortgage Lifter Heirloom Tomato was developed in the 1930's by M.C. Byles in Logan, West Virginia to help pay off his home mortgage.
Transplant outside 6-8 weeks from sowing. Can also be used in tall cages. Sow 3-5 weeks before predicted last frost. Its tolerance to TSWV and TYLCV make this a special variety for use in areas where these two diseases are a problem.
An excellent choice for cooler growing regions. An old fashioned Russian heirloom! Deep maroon skin, slightly flattened, round and grows up to 4″. A very tasty inside that is juicy, with a great acid & sweet balance.
And 4 oz packages. Once he got a stable variety he offered it to the public saying “One tomato could feed a family of 4”. Gardeners drove from far away places just to get their hands on these! Selling each plant for $1 each he was able to pay off...
They produce fruit continuously. (7 oz.) Once you've tried Costoluto Genovese tomato you'll never try anything else! This Italian heirloom is truly all-purpose. Indeterminate Tomato Vining plants that are best when staked and trimmed.
Azoychka is an indeterminate, open-pollinated tomato plant that produces good yields of smooth that weight 10-16 oz. With higher than normal acidic balance than most yellow tomatoes this gives you delicious flavors unlike any other yellow tomato.
They produce fruit continuously. (1 lb.) Better Boy VFN F1 Hybrid tomato features widely adapted, all purpose fruit on high yielding plants. Indeterminate Tomato Vining plants that are best when staked and trimmed.
The bright apricot-orange round globes are 1 1/4 inches across and are borne on long, 10-15 fruit, grape-like trusses. AB | Early (Alternaria) Blight B | Bacterial Wilt F* | Fusarium Wilt FOR | Fusarium Crown and Root Rot L | Gray Leaf Spot LB | Late...
Easy to grow, Patio thrives in pots, containers and small gardens. Good things can grow in small spaces! Patio hybrid produces delicious, approximately 4 oz. Fruit with attractive dark green rugose foliage.
There will be some seeds. Sweet and juicy tomato! A tomato with very few seeds, orange-red, sweet, juicy, extra tasty, very early tomato! That's a mouth full! Since the tomato has few seeds to digest, this tomato offers outstanding taste.
Determinates can be spaced 18-24 inches apart, indeterminates 24-36 inches apart. Not recommended. Early and late blight. Flea beetles and tomato hornworms. Use Kozy-Coats or Victorian Bell Cloches to protect young plants.