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Tomato - Heirloom - Abe Lincoln
One of the highest-yielding tomato varieties. Tasty fruits are bright red and globe-shaped, averaving 8oz. In weight. Growing habit is in clusters so picking is easy. Abe Lincoln Tomato will grow in just about any climate unless the growing season is too short.

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Tomato - Heirloom - Ace 55
Ace 55 is a low-acid tomato that produces good yields of large, 12 oz fruits. This is a meaty tomato that is good for slicing, salads or made into sauce for your favorite dish. Determinate.

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Tomato - Heirloom - Amana Orange
Mildly sweet taste makes Amana Orange desirable for use in salads or slicing. Golden-orange color that looks beautiful mixed with other tomatoes or on its own. Exceptionally meaty, medium-sized and flavorful indeterminate variety.

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Tomato - Heirloom - Aunt Ruby's German
Aunt Ruby's German Green is an interesting indeterminate variety that is ripe when the green skin gets a slight yellow blush and is soft to the touch. Named for Ruby Arnold of Greenville, TN, this heirloom's flavor has a wonderful spicy overtone.

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Tomato - Heirloom - Baby Roma
It may be called Baby Roma but it has a powerful flavor! Good raw in salads or on vegetable platters, may add pulp to tomato sauces. An indeterminate variety that will keep three days at room temperature.

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Tomato - Heirloom - Brandywine Pink
Ranked first in many taste tests, Brandywine sets the standard for the rest. Produces large fruit up to 1.5 lbs. Matures midseason. Since Brandywine produces few (but extremely large) fruit, it will need to be staked.

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Tomato - Heirloom - Charlie Chaplin
Charlie Chaplin Tomato is a beautiful deep scarlet red, accordian-shaped, medium-sized ruffled tomato just right for fresh eating. Fruits are about 4 ounces in weight; it's a very high producer keeping you supplied with fresh tomatoes all summer long.

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Tomato - Heirloom - Cherokee Purple
Cherokee Purple Tomatoes are beefsteak style with juicy, dense texture. Superior for canning, fresh in salads, slicing for sandwiches. Vigorous, disease-resistant tomato well worth growing.

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Tomato - Heirloom - Crimson Cushion Beefsteak
Bright red and tasty. Delicious ribbed fruit on vigorous vines. Great for slicing on sandwiches and relish trays. Indeterminate plant will grow best if given support.

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Tomato - Heirloom - Marglobe
Marglobe tomato has a strong, vigorous vine producing medium sized, blocky globe-shaped fruit, scarlet in color. Solid flesh, mild acidity. Long producing period. Suitable fresh or canned.

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Tomato - Heirloom - Mortgage Lifter
Mortgage Lifter Heirloom Tomato was developed in the early 1930s by Mr. Byles of Logan, West Virginia. He cross-bred the largest tomatoes he could find there and sold the resulting plants for one dollar each. He was able to pay off his mortgage in six years, hence its name! This sweet-flavored tomato is large and meaty with few seeds and ripens to a deep pink.

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Tomato - Heirloom - Oxheart Red
A popular Italian indeterminate variety grown since the 19th century, Red Oxheart produces large, mild-flavored, strawberry-shaped fruit that is smooth and firm. Excellent for sauces and canning as it has very little seed.

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Tomato - Heirloom - Red Brandywine
Ranked first in many taste tests, Brandywine sets the standard for the rest. Produces large fruit up to 1.5 lbs. Matures midseason. Since Brandywine produces few (but extremely large) fruit, it will need to be staked.

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Tomato - Heirloom - Red Cherry Large
Red Cherry Large grows in abundant clusters of firm, round cherry tomatoes that are about 1.25" in diamater. Vigorous vines produce all season long and are prolific bearers. Indeterminate plant is perfect for salads and kabobs.

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Tomato - Heirloom - Yellow Pear
Grown since the late 1800s, Yellow Pear is an indeterminate Heirloom variety with an abundance of small, pear-shaped sweet fruit. Colorful in salads and excellent for preserves. Prolific plants produce all summer and are typically the last tomato producing at season's end. Vigorous vine type benefits from support.

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Ferry-Morse 1608 Tomato Seeds, Brandywine
One of the best of the heirloom vegetables now available. Produces really tasty, large pink tomatoes truly worth growing. Fruits can weigh up to a pound. Indeterminate. This packet will produce approximately 30 plants.

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Ferry-Morse 3143 Organic Tomato Seeds, Brandywine
(Organic) Produces really tasty, large pink tomatoes truly worth growing. Fruits can weigh up to a pound. Indeterminate. This packet will produce approximately 40 plants.

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Ferry-Morse 3752 Heirloom Seeds Tomato - Abe Lincoln
"Abe Lincoln" produces brilliant red, round, medium sized tomatoes which grow in clusters up to 9. This rich, slightly acidic fruit has a delicious flavor that has been enjoyed since 1923. With its indeterminate vines, these 12 oz. tomatoes can be harvested until frost.

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Ferry-Morse 3757 Heirloom Seeds Tomato - Big Rainbow
If you are looking for an interesting sweet tomato to grow, "Big Rainbow" is the one. With its huge ribbed shoulders and golden color with red running through the flesh, these indeterminate vines grow a delicious tomato perfect for slicing. 

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Ferry-Morse 3758 Heirloom Seeds Tomato - Black Krim
An old Russian heirloom tomato almost black in color with green shoulders. With fruits up to 12 oz. these globe shaped tomatoes have a salty flavor different from any tomato you have tasted. Indeterminate vines. 

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Ferry-Morse 3759 Heirloom Seeds Tomato - Box Car Willie
For good old-fashioned flavor, choose "Box Car Willie" for your garden. This high yielder is better than most hybrids and produces 12-18 oz. round red fruits. The indeterminate vines produce excellent, crack-free, disease-tolerant tomatoes with a sweet tart flavor. 

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Ferry-Morse 3760 Heirloom Seeds Tomato - Cherokee Purple
"Cherokee Purple" can be the conversation starter of your garden. Originally grown by Cherokee Indians, this tomato has a smoky, sweet flavor that has been enjoyed for over 100 years. These indeterminate vines exhibit 10-12 oz. tomatoes with pink-purple flesh. Disease tolerant. 

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Ferry-Morse 3761 Heirloom Seeds Tomato - German Johnson
"German Johnson" has 3/4 to 1-1/2 pound, large fruits with pink skin and yellow shoulders. It is a mild tomato with low acid. It is very meaty and has few seeds which makes it perfect for slicing or canning. The indeterminate vines produce heavy yields and have some disease tolerance. 

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Ferry-Morse 3762 Heirloom Seeds Tomato - Mortgage Lifter
"Mortgage Lifter" has huge tomatoes that reach more than 2 pounds and are very meaty with few seeds. An old story states that a man from West Virginia developed this variety and sold enough seedlings to pay off the mortgage on his house. Indeterminate vines. 

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Ferry-Morse 3763 Heirloom Seeds Tomato - Prudens Purple [Lawn & Patio]
Have you ever seen a potato-leafed tomato? "Prudens Purple" is it. The indeterminate vines produce large fruits that weigh up to 1 pound, have dark-pink skin with distinct ridges and firm meaty crimson flesh with few seeds. 

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Burpee 50618 Heirloom Tomato Rutgers Seed Packet
HEIRLOOM. The legendary 'Jersey' tomato, introduced in 1934, is a cross between J.T.D. (an old New Jersey variety from the Campbell Soup Co.) and Marglobe. Its flavor, both for slicing and cooking, is still unequaled. Red fruits are slightly flattened. Tall vines, fusarium resistant.

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Burpee 50641 Heirloom Tomato Marglobe Seed Packet
Heavy, uniform vine growth. High yield of large, uniform, globe-shaped fruit. Determinate. Ready to pick 73 days from setting plants outside.

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Burpee 52038 Heirloom Tomato Black Krim Heirloom Seed Packet
HEIRLOOM. This medium-sized, very dark maroon beefsteak, with wonderfully rich flavor, originated in Crimea, an island peninsula in the Black Sea with perfect 'tomato summers'. Extremely tasty.

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Burpee 52068 Heirloom Tomato Mortgage Lifter Seed Packet
HEIRLOOM. This huge heirloom beefsteak (up to 4 pounds; average 2 ½ pounds) consistently wins taste-tests. Developed in the 1930's by a gardener who planted the four biggest varieties he knew, and crossed one with pollen from the other three. He did this for six seasons and created a variety that produced immense, tasty fruit. He sold the plants for $1 a piece $1,000 a year - and paid off his mortgage in six years.

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Burpee 52076 Heirloom Tomato Super Italian Paste Seed Packet
From Italy, with flavor. Primo Italian heirloom paste tomato produces plenty of elongated, reddish-orange 6" long fruits. Firm and meaty, the flesh is piquant and sweet, ready to star as paste and in sauces. Fruits hold well after ripening on indeterminate vines. Harvest about 70 days after transplant.

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Burpee 52314 Heirloom Tomato Rainbow Heirloom Mix Seed Packet
Beautiful and tasty heirloom varieties chosen for a rainbow of colors and range of flavors from mild to sweet to tangy. Equal parts: Bonny Best (red), Brandywine Pink (pink), Golden Sunburst (yellow), Black Krim (purple), Evergreen (green), and Djena Lee's Golden Girl (orange).

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Burpee 54982 Heirloom Tomato Bloody Butcher Seed Packet
Sensational general use fruits have a rich heirloom flavor and a deep red color,inside and out. If it's hard for you to wait for ordinary tomatoes to ripen, try these. In less than 8 weeks, they're ready to enjoy... and enjoy you will. Plants will yield five to nine 2" fruits per cluster. Plants require staking, and will produce until frost. Indeterminate. Six hours or more of direct sun per day.

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Burpee 63081 Heirloom Tomato Brandywine (Pink) Seed Packet
Brandywine, which dates back to 1885, is the heirloom tomato standard. One taste and you’ll be enchanted by its superb flavor and luscious shade of red-pink. The large, beefsteak-shaped fruits grow on unusually upright, potato-leaved plants. The fruits set one or two per cluster and ripen late—and are worth the wait. Brandywine's qualities really shine when it develops an incredible fine, sweet flavor.

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Burpee 63107 Heirloom Tomato Yellow Pear Seed Packet
Heirloom beloved for heavy clusters of pear-shaped, tangy, bite-sized fruits. Great for hors d'oeuvres. 

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Burpee 63115 Heirloom Tomato Burpee's Jubilee Seed Packet
Bred right here, 'Burpee's Jubilee' is the outstanding result of a stabilized, six-generation selection from a 'Tangerine' and 'Rutgers' cross. 'Jubilee' was an All-America selection in 1943, and you can taste and see why. Up to 3" across, the bright golden-orange globular fruits are smooth and solid, with a mild delectable flavor. High-yielding indeterminate plants. Ready to pick in about 72 days after transplant.

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Tomato - Crimson Cushion/Beefsteak
Bright red and tasty. Delicious ribbed fruit on vigorous vines. Great for slicing on sandwiches and relish trays. Indeterminate plant will grow best if given support.

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Tomato - Old German
Old German Tomato is deliciously sweet and very decorative. Fruit color is yellow with red and pink mottling and striping on the outside and throughout the flesh. This is a beefsteak tomato type and each fruit can weigh up to two pounds.

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Tomato - Brandywine Pink
Ranked first in many taste tests, Brandywine sets the standard for the rest. Produces large fruit up to 1.5 lbs. Matures midseason. Since Brandywine produces few (but extremely large) fruit, it will need to be staked.

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Ferry-Morse 3769 Heirloom Seeds Tomato - Big Red
For a tomato you remember eating from your grandfather's garden, "Big Red" is the one. Up to 1 1/2 pound fruits, these huge, sweet, red tomatoes have just enough 'bite' for that home grown taste. With indeterminate vines, these are perfect for sandwiches, salads or simply eating out of your hand.

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Seed Savers Mortgage Lifter Tomato Seeds
Kentucky family heirloom grown since the 1930s by three generations of James Halladay’s family. In a trial of 25 Mortgage Lifter types, Halladay’s produced the best crops of 1-2 pound pink beefsteak fruits. Exceptionally meaty and typically crack-free. Great old-fashioned tomato flavor. Indeterminate, 80-90 days from transplant.

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Seed Savers Wisconsin 55 Tomato Seeds
Bred by JC Walker at the University of Wisconsin in the 1940s. Excellent all-purpose tomato, great for canning. Does best on rich soils. Remembered as one of the best home and market tomatoes in the Madison, Wisconsin area. Indeterminate, 80 days from transplant.

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Seed Savers Trophy Tomato Seeds
Introduced in 1870 by Colonel George E. Waring, Jr., of Rhode Island. Sold for five dollars per packet (equivalent to eighty dollars today). Gardeners paid the exorbitant price hoping to win the $100 grand prize at the local fair. Sweet 5-7 ounce tomatoes are ideal for slicing. Indeterminate, 80 days from transplant.

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Seed Savers Organic Velvet Red Tomato Seeds
Winner of the 2009 Tomato Tasting at SSE’s Heritage Farm. From Joe Bratka of Elmwood, New Jersey. Striking silvery gray dusty miller-type foliage. Heavy yields of 1" cherry tomatoes, excellent sweet flavor. Occasionally a non-silvery plant will appear. Indeterminate, 75-80 days from transplant.

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Seed Savers Organic Siberian Tomato Seeds
Introduced through SSE in 1984 by Will Bonsall, originally from the Lowden Collection. Dwarf sprawling plants with very early fruit set. Egg shaped 2-3" fruits with good strong flavor. Not the same as Siberia, which is inferior in all respects. Determinate, 57-60 days from transplant.

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Seed Savers Red Zebra Tomato Seeds
A natural cross between Tom Wagner’s Green Zebra and an unknown parent. Discovered by Jeff Dawson in his California fields and listed in the 2003 SSE Yearbook. Gorgeous 2½" round fruits are blood-red overlaid with jagged carrot-orange stripes. Top quality uniform strain, very productive. Slightly tart flavor. Indeterminate, 75-80 days from transplant.

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Seed Savers Eva Purple Ball Tomato Seeds
Brought from Germany in the late 1800s by the family of Joseph J. Bratka of Elmwood Park, New Jersey. Smooth, round 4-5 ounce blemish-free fruits with cherry red flesh. Very good flavor. Healthy plants and foliage, does well in humid areas. Indeterminate, 75 days from transplant.

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Seed Savers Organic John Baer Tomato Seeds
 (aka Bonny Best) From the Bonny group of tomatoes that includes Chalk’s Early Jewel. Introduced in 1914 by J. Bolgiano and Son of Baltimore. Bright red, meaty, smooth fruits with very good flavor. Once a leading canning variety, also great for fresh eating. Heavy producer. Indeterminate, 60-80 days from transplant.

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Seed Savers Organic Chalk's Early Jewel Tomato Seeds

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Seed Savers Organic Redfield Beauty Tomato Seeds
Heirloom tomato selected from Livingston’s Beauty in 1885. Flattened pink 3-4" fruits with excellent full flavor. Vigorous, very productive plants. Indeterminate, 80 days from transplant.

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Seed Savers Organic Trucker's Favorite Tomato Seeds
First introduced to gardeners around 1912. This is the best strain of Trucker’s Favorite in SSE’s tomato collection. Uniform 3" pink globes grow in clusters of 3-4. Excellent flavor. Productive plants with good blight resistance. Indeterminate, 75 days from transplant.

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