Gardener’s Delight (German Heirloom)
This old German heirloom boasts many clusters of 6 to 12 cherry tomato all summer long. It’s indeterminate, crack resistant and very prolific. It is very sweet. 72 Days. Indeterminate.
This is a de-hybridized version of the famous Sungold tomato. It is open pollinated. The fruits are very sweet. These tomatoes ripen early, and the vines are covered with fruit. 70 Days. Indeterminate.
I tried this for the first-time last year. It was very tasty and a great seller at the Farmers Market. It is an indeterminate, regular leaf, very productive plant. The fruit are a lovely yellow color, the shape, and size of an egg yolk. The tomatoes are about 1” in diameter.
Black Cherry (South American Heirloom)
Beautiful Black Cherries tomatoes look like large, dusky purple-brown grapes; they have that rich flavor that makes black tomatoes famous. Large vines yield very well. 75 Days. Indeterminate.
Yellow Pear Tomato (European Heirloom)
Very sweet, 1½” yellow, pear-shaped fruits have a mild flavor, and are great for fresh eating or for making tomato preserves. Very productive plants are easy to grow. 80 days. Indeterminate.
Chocolate Pear Tomato
Expect huge crops of “black,” pear-shaped tomatoes over a very long season. Light red in color, overlaid with swirls of varying hues of green or brown. 80 Days. Indeterminate.
Super sweet, heat-tolerant cherry tomato. Plants become enormous. Very productive.
Named after Dr. Amy Goldman who wrote a great heirloom tomato book. It is yellowish-lime green fruited and very sweet. 75 Days. Indeterminate.
Orange fruits with dark indigo-colored shoulders. Very sweet flavor with a surprising, tart kick of acidity.
Red Robin (British Heirloom)
Red Robin is truly a miniature. You can grow this dwarf in a 6-inch flowerpot, or let it share a hanging basket with a couple of other plants. Dot it along a window box for a huge crop of cherry tomatoes. 75 Days. Determinate