2021

RSF Tomato List

Listed below are the tomato varieties we expect to carry this spring season.  At any given time, some may be out of stock.

Determinate varieties (including bush varieties) reach a certain plant height and then stop growing. The majority of their fruit matures within a month or two and appears at the ends of the branches. These are popular with gardeners who like to can, make sauce, or have another reason for wanting most of their tomatoes at once. It might even be that you’d prefer to harvest early and leave late summer for a long vacation.
Indeterminate varieties continue to grow and produce tomatoes all along the stems throughout the growing season. Indeterminate plants need extra-tall supports of at least 5 feet. Because indeterminate varieties throw out so many shoots, gardeners often prune them for optimum-sized fruit or train them on a very tall trellis. However, if you don’t prune, no harm done!
Amish Paste 12 oz fruit, Indeterminate   An old Amish heirloom that dates back to the turn of the century.  Excellent for sauces and canning with full flavor and meaty texture.  Excellent for slicing.   8-12 oz. plum shaped fruit.  Twice as big as the classic Roma tomato.  Bright red.
Beefmaster 80 days, 1 1/2 pounds, Indeterminate    Massive beefsteak, red tomato, Beefmaster Hybrid produces very high yields over a long season on indeterminate vines.
Beefsteak 80-96 days, 1-2 lb fruit, Indeterminate  Large, ribbed fruits, 1-2 lbs. each, are produced on indeterminate vines. Solid, meaty and juicy tomatoes, excellent for slicing.
Better Boy 70 days, 10-12 oz fruit, Indeterminate.  Better Boy is a great performer with big hybrid-quality yields of succulent, juicy meaty tomatoes. Resistant to Verticillium Wilt, Fusarium Wilt Race 1, and Nematodes.  Great slicing tomato with superior flavor.
Big Beef  73 days. 12-16 oz fruit.  Indeterminate.  The large fruit has old-time tomato flavor and the vines are resistant to disease. The fruit is borne on vigorous, indeterminate vines from summer until frost. Compared to other beefsteak types, Big Beef is early and will set fruit reliably even in cool, wet weather.  AAS winner.
Big Boy 78 days, 10 – 16  oz fruit, Indeterminate  When Big Boy hybrid tomato debuted in 1949, its incredible productivity and gorgeous, perfect, large red fruit made it an instant hit. 10 to 16 oz fruits have wonderful aroma and flavor.  Healthy, indeterminate vines produce all summer long. Burpee-bred.
Black Krim 80-90 days, 8 oz, Indeterminate  This medium-sized, very dark maroon beefsteak with wonderfully rich flavor, originated in Crimea, a peninsula in the Black Sea with perfect “tomato summers”. Extremely tasty. HEIRLOOM.
Black Prince 75 days, mid size fruit, indeterminate   Outstanding, juicy, round tomato with warm, rich colors and robust, full-bodied flavor. Originally introduced in Russia, this indeterminate plant performs quite well in cooler regions. Medium-sized fruit reach approximately 2 inches across with mahogany skin, green shoulders and maroon flesh.
Boxcar Willie 80 day  12 oz fruit, Indeterminate  Named after Boxcar Willie, the singer at the Grand Ole Opry, this tomato originates from New Jersey.  High yields and 12 oz red fuit.  Old fashioned acidic tomato flavor.
Brandywine 80 days  12 oz fruits, Indeterminate.   Bearing little resemblance to bland, smooth, evenly red modern hybrids, Brandywine startles with big fruit of purplish-red, deeply lobed and not at all “uniform”! Superb flavor.   Great for slicing
Caspian Pink 1-2 lb fruit, Indeterminate  Prolific production of 1-2 pound, globe-shaped, pink-red beefsteak tomatoes that rival Brandywine in popularity and flavor. One of the best known and best-tasting Russian tomatoes.
Celebrity 70 days  8-oz. fruits.   Semi-determinate.   An AAS winner, Celebrity is a superior all-around tomato with fantastic disease resistance.  These semi-determinate plants are exceptionally strong, reaching just 3-4 feet tall & bearing masses of smooth, round, bright red tomatoes weighing about 8 ounces. Bears fruit until frost. Very uniform fruit resists cracking. Great for slicing.
Cherokee Purple 80 days, 16 oz fruits, Indeterminate  Cherokee Purple sets high yields of delicious giant purple beefsteaks weighing about a pound. This is a true legacy plant, believed to have originated more than 120 years ago in the Cherokee nation in Tennessee. Great for slicing
Early Girl 57 days  4-6 oz fruit, Indeterminate.  Our earliest slicing tomato, Early Girl is a name gardeners have relied on for many years. These 4- to 6-ounce fruits are ready in just 57 days — red-skinned, smooth, and absolutely delectable. The indeterminate plants are very heavy-bearing and vigorous, with great resistance to Verticillium Wilt, Fusarium Wilt Races 1 and 2.
Golden Jubilee 72 days, 6-7 oz fruit, Indeterminate  Mild flavor and low acidity make this one of the best varieties for tomato juice. Bright, golden-orange fruits, 2-1/2 to 3″ in diameter average 6 to 7 oz. apiece and have meaty, thick walls. Fruits are solid, with few seeds. Medium-sized plants need staking, and produce high yields.  Also called ‘Jubilee.
Grape Indeterminate  Recreate that unique, fresh tomato experience at home with this super-sweet, bite sized tomato that is firm, bright red, and has an utterly delicious flavor!  Excellent texture with large yields.  A choice ingredient in salads or eaten as a snack.
Green Zebra 72 days, 2 inch fruit, Indeterminate  The 2-inch round fruit ripens to a yellow-gold with dark-green zebra-like stripes. The flesh is lime-emerald in color and has lively lemon-lime flavor. A great green tomato for brightening up salads and other tomato dishes.
Jet Star 72 days. 8-9 oz fruit.  Indeterminate.  Heavy yields of firm, meaty, low-acid tomatoes are crack-resistant and especially popular in the northern US since its introduction in 1969. The vines are indeterminate but fairly compact. Disease resistant. Great for slicing & canning.
Jubilee 80 days,  6-7 oz fruit.  Indeterminate.  Six-generation selection from a cross between Tangerine and Rutgers tomatoes. Jubilee was an All-America Selections winner 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.  Also called ‘Golden Jubilee.
Independence Day 65 days, 2 1/2 ” fruit, determinate  Attractive orange-red fruit reach 2 1/2″ in diameter and have a sweet flavor all of their own. Sometimes called Fourth of July, this is one of the earliest varieties of non-cherry tomatoes. Early season tomatoes mature in 65 days or less from the time plants are set out in the garden.
Italian Plum  80 days, 8-12 oz. fruit. Indeterminate   Roma type. Big Italian Plum is a wonderful eating tomato, perfect in quick pasta sauces, fantastic on pizza, and a good canning tomato.  Indeterminate plants produce lots of 8-12 oz. fruit.
Juliet (grape) 60 days , 1.5 – 2 oz fruit, Indeterminate  Somewhere between a grape and a Roma tomato is Juliet, the delectable saladette-type tomato that won top honors from the All-America Selections in 1999 and has been a home gardener favorite ever since. Plump, deep red, ultra-sweet meaty little fruits just 2 inches long and about 1½ inches in diameter. They hold up to 2 weeks on the vine, resist cracking, and are produced all season long!
Large Red Cherry Indeterminate  Vigorous vines produce loads of deliciously sweet 1-1/2 inch round tomatoes borne in clusters.  Use in salads and for snacks.
Marglobe 73 days, 5-8 oz fruit. Determinate.  Heavy vine growth produces high yields of large, uniform, globe-shaped fruit.
Mortgage Lifter 80 days, 2.5 lb average fruit, Indeterminate  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.
Mr. Stripey 80 days, 2.5 lb average fruit, Indeterminate  Mr. Stripey’s mild, sweet-tasting fruits have a high sugar content and grow to over 1 lb. each. Pretty and luscious, the tomato has rich yellow undertones covered with pinkish-red striping.
Old German 85 days, 1-1 1/2 lb fruit   Indeterminate  Routinely weighing in over a pound and a half.  Old German  is both delicious and beautiful with succulent, meaty fruit and golden streaked, reddish skin and flesh.
Orange Oxheart 80 days.  Indeterminate.  Strong vines that yield numerous large, 3 inch, vibrant golden-orange, oxheart-shaped fruits. Meaty, with a delicious, well-balanced flavor. Tremendous eye appeal.
Patio 70 days,  4 oz fruit, Determinate  Delicious dwarf tomato perfect for container gardening & patios or yards with limited space.  Compact plants with sturdy stem & attractive dark green foliage produce excellent tasting 4 oz red fruits with a pleasant “tomato paste” flavor.
Pineapple 85 to 95 days, up to 2 lbs, Indeterminate.   Pineapple is a beefsteak type with huge yellow-gold fruit often striped in red.  Low in seeds and high in solids.  This is a  very sweet, tangy, meaty tomato.
Roma or La Roma  76 days  5-8 oz.  Determinate  One of the very best ‘Italian-type’ paste tomatoes, known for its outstanding vigor and uniformity. Big yields of 5 to 8 oz. fruit are produced on large, vigorous plants with excellent disease resistance.
Rutgers 60-100 days, 8 oz fruit Determinate  Good for canning and  good fresh.  Red 8-oz. globes with good, balanced flavor on large vines. A fine New Jersey heirloom.
San Marzano 85-90 days.  5-6 oz fruit.  Indeterminate.  Teardrop-shaped, meaty, plum-type tomatoes are famous for their sweet, complex flavor that creates a fabulous pasta sauce. Choose San Marzano tomatoes if you like to can whole tomatoes, whip up homemade tomato sauce, or freeze slow-roasted tomatoes. These tomatoes also taste great chopped into salads and sliced onto sandwiches.These vigorous indeterminate tomatoes produce heavy fruit loads and need sturdy, tall stakes or cages. Expect vines to bear fruit right up to frost.
Sir Speedy 59 days, 4-6 oz fruit, Indeterminate   Sir Speedy is a great new early tomato with medium size 4 to 6 ounce tomatoes that will likely be among the first of the season. This plant starts to bear a large crop of fruit early and continues to bear throughout the season. This variety is juicy and tender with full tomato flavor. The compact, vigorous plants are perfect for planting in the garden or in pots.
Steakhouse 75-80 days, 12-16 oz fruit, Indeterminate  Strong vines produce mammoth yields of 12-16 ounce, deep red meaty fruits. Add the thick hearty flavor of this tomato to all of your traditional cooked dishes, salads and soups. You’ll even find one large slice is perfect on your sandwiches and hamburgers. Disease Resistance: VF1F2T
Sugar Rush 50-55 days. 1″ fruit.  Indeterminate.  Super-sweet, one of the sweetest of its type. Plants produce long trusses of elongated (grape shaped), 3/4″ to 1-1/4″, firm fruits that have a real crunch. Early maturing and very productive.
Sugary  60 days, 1/2 oz fruit,  Indeterminate  Award-winning Sugary has it all — super-sweet flavor, a fun new shape (oval w/ a pointed blossom end), and huge yields on plants that just keep growing up and up all season! Fruit is produced in clusters, like grapes.
Sungold 65 days. 1-2 oz fruit.  Indeterminate.  These distinctive, tangy-sweet fruits are best eaten fresh off the vine or in salads and party trays. One of the most popular varieties of cherry tomatoes, Sungold ripens early to a golden orange, ready to harvest throughout the summer. These extra-sweet tomatoes stay firmer longer than other cherry varieties and will be ready to harvest twice a week once they begin producing fruit.
Sun Sugar 62 days, 1/2 oz fruit, Indeterminate  The ultimate in cherry tomatoes, this golden-yellow beauty achieves a new level of sugary-sweetness and flavor, superb texture, and a tangy “true tomato” taste. Fruits are a lovely golden-yellow, weigh 1/2 oz., and possess thin skins – remarkable, considering its wonderful crack resistance, even in heavy rains. Heavy early cropper. Very vigorous
Sweet 100 (cherry) 65 days. 1 oz fruits.  Indeterminate  Outstanding tomato for containers. Small sweet cherry like fruit are produced in large clusters on strong disease resistant vines.  Delightful eaten straight from the vine.  Ideal for salads and snacks.
Tidy Treats 50-55 days. 1″ fruit.  Indeterminate.  Hybrid. Tidy Treats boasts a prolific harvest from a sturdy, compact plant. You can expect season-long growth that starts early and keeps producing fruit all summer long. Bite-sized, flavorful cherry tomatoes form in grape-like clusters and ripen to a bright red. Just the thing for salads and snacking. Though this isn’t a tall-growing plant, it appreciates the support of a stake or cage.
Tomatillo toma verde 2-3 oz fruits, Indeterminate  With its fruity lemon and tomato flavor, the tomatillo can be added raw to salads or used in salsas, sauces, guacamole, and other Mexican dishes. 2-3oz fruits grow within a husk and mature to light green and yellow color outside with a white, meaty inside. They are ripe when the paper-like husk turns brown and breaks open. Remove outer husk and wash thoroughly before using. Excellent source of Vitamins A and C.
Whopper 65 days, 1-2 lb fruit Indeterminate  Incredibly large, luscious fruits are produced in huge quantities right up to the end of the season.  Perfect for salads, sandwiches, hot dishes, or eaten straight from the vine.
Wisconsin 55 75 days, mid-size fruit. Indeterminate.  Mid-size to large deep red fruits resist shoulder cracks and blossom end rot, ripen evenly and have strong skin and solid flesh. Juicy but never mushy, great tasting slicing tomato. Vigorous plants are tolerant to defoliation diseases, early blight and leaf spot.
Yellow Pear 75-80 days, sm 1-2″ fruit  Indeterminate  This pear tomato is a real overachiever! A great tomato just loaded with hundreds of small 1-2 inch yellow pear-shaped fruit. Indeterminate, so a good cage or trellis is recommended for heavy production. An old-time favorite. F1, F2, V.
Determinate varieties (including bush varieties) reach a certain plant height and then stop growing. The majority of their fruit matures within a month or two and appears at the ends of the branches. These are popular with gardeners who like to can, make sauce, or have another reason for wanting most of their tomatoes at once. It might even be that you’d prefer to harvest early and leave late summer for a long vacation.
Indeterminate varieties continue to grow and produce tomatoes all along the stems throughout the growing season. Indeterminate plants need extra-tall supports of at least 5 feet. Because indeterminate varieties throw out so many shoots, gardeners often prune them for optimum-sized fruit or train them on a very tall trellis. However, if you don’t prune, no harm done!
Amish Paste 12 oz fruit, Indeterminate   An old Amish heirloom that dates back to the turn of the century.  Excellent for sauces and canning with full flavor and meaty texture.  Excellent for slicing.   8-12 oz. plum shaped fruit.  Twice as big as the classic Roma tomato.  Bright red.
Beefmaster 80 days, 1 1/2 pounds, Indeterminate    Massive beefsteak, red tomato, Beefmaster Hybrid produces very high yields over a long season on indeterminate vines.
Beefsteak 80-96 days, 1-2 lb fruit, Indeterminate  Large, ribbed fruits, 1-2 lbs. each, are produced on indeterminate vines. Solid, meaty and juicy tomatoes, excellent for slicing.
Better Boy 70 days, 10-12 oz fruit, Indeterminate.  Better Boy is a great performer with big hybrid-quality yields of succulent, juicy meaty tomatoes. Resistant to Verticillium Wilt, Fusarium Wilt Race 1, and Nematodes.  Great slicing tomato with superior flavor.
Big Beef  73 days. 12-16 oz fruit.  Indeterminate.  The large fruit has old-time tomato flavor and the vines are resistant to disease. The fruit is borne on vigorous, indeterminate vines from summer until frost. Compared to other beefsteak types, Big Beef is early and will set fruit reliably even in cool, wet weather.  AAS winner.
Big Boy 78 days, 10 – 16  oz fruit, Indeterminate  When Big Boy hybrid tomato debuted in 1949, its incredible productivity and gorgeous, perfect, large red fruit made it an instant hit. 10 to 16 oz fruits have wonderful aroma and flavor.  Healthy, indeterminate vines produce all summer long. Burpee-bred.
Black Krim 80-90 days, 8 oz, Indeterminate  This medium-sized, very dark maroon beefsteak with wonderfully rich flavor, originated in Crimea, a peninsula in the Black Sea with perfect “tomato summers”. Extremely tasty. HEIRLOOM.
Black Prince 75 days, mid size fruit, indeterminate   Outstanding, juicy, round tomato with warm, rich colors and robust, full-bodied flavor. Originally introduced in Russia, this indeterminate plant performs quite well in cooler regions. Medium-sized fruit reach approximately 2 inches across with mahogany skin, green shoulders and maroon flesh.
Boxcar Willie 80 day  12 oz fruit, Indeterminate  Named after Boxcar Willie, the singer at the Grand Ole Opry, this tomato originates from New Jersey.  High yields and 12 oz red fuit.  Old fashioned acidic tomato flavor.
Brandywine 80 days  12 oz fruits, Indeterminate.   Bearing little resemblance to bland, smooth, evenly red modern hybrids, Brandywine startles with big fruit of purplish-red, deeply lobed and not at all “uniform”! Superb flavor.   Great for slicing
Caspian Pink 1-2 lb fruit, Indeterminate  Prolific production of 1-2 pound, globe-shaped, pink-red beefsteak tomatoes that rival Brandywine in popularity and flavor. One of the best known and best-tasting Russian tomatoes.
Celebrity 70 days  8-oz. fruits.   Semi-determinate.   An AAS winner, Celebrity is a superior all-around tomato with fantastic disease resistance.  These semi-determinate plants are exceptionally strong, reaching just 3-4 feet tall & bearing masses of smooth, round, bright red tomatoes weighing about 8 ounces. Bears fruit until frost. Very uniform fruit resists cracking. Great for slicing.
Cherokee Purple 80 days, 16 oz fruits, Indeterminate  Cherokee Purple sets high yields of delicious giant purple beefsteaks weighing about a pound. This is a true legacy plant, believed to have originated more than 120 years ago in the Cherokee nation in Tennessee. Great for slicing
Early Girl 57 days  4-6 oz fruit, Indeterminate.  Our earliest slicing tomato, Early Girl is a name gardeners have relied on for many years. These 4- to 6-ounce fruits are ready in just 57 days — red-skinned, smooth, and absolutely delectable. The indeterminate plants are very heavy-bearing and vigorous, with great resistance to Verticillium Wilt, Fusarium Wilt Races 1 and 2.
Golden Jubilee 72 days, 6-7 oz fruit, Indeterminate  Mild flavor and low acidity make this one of the best varieties for tomato juice. Bright, golden-orange fruits, 2-1/2 to 3″ in diameter average 6 to 7 oz. apiece and have meaty, thick walls. Fruits are solid, with few seeds. Medium-sized plants need staking, and produce high yields.  Also called ‘Jubilee.
Grape Indeterminate  Recreate that unique, fresh tomato experience at home with this super-sweet, bite sized tomato that is firm, bright red, and has an utterly delicious flavor!  Excellent texture with large yields.  A choice ingredient in salads or eaten as a snack.
Green Zebra 72 days, 2 inch fruit, Indeterminate  The 2-inch round fruit ripens to a yellow-gold with dark-green zebra-like stripes. The flesh is lime-emerald in color and has lively lemon-lime flavor. A great green tomato for brightening up salads and other tomato dishes.
Jet Star 72 days. 8-9 oz fruit.  Indeterminate.  Heavy yields of firm, meaty, low-acid tomatoes are crack-resistant and especially popular in the northern US since its introduction in 1969. The vines are indeterminate but fairly compact. Disease resistant. Great for slicing & canning.
Jubilee 80 days,  6-7 oz fruit.  Indeterminate.  Six-generation selection from a cross between Tangerine and Rutgers tomatoes. Jubilee was an All-America Selections winner 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.  Also called ‘Golden Jubilee.
Independence Day 65 days, 2 1/2 ” fruit, determinate  Attractive orange-red fruit reach 2 1/2″ in diameter and have a sweet flavor all of their own. Sometimes called Fourth of July, this is one of the earliest varieties of non-cherry tomatoes. Early season tomatoes mature in 65 days or less from the time plants are set out in the garden.
Italian Plum  80 days, 8-12 oz. fruit. Indeterminate   Roma type. Big Italian Plum is a wonderful eating tomato, perfect in quick pasta sauces, fantastic on pizza, and a good canning tomato.  Indeterminate plants produce lots of 8-12 oz. fruit.
Juliet (grape) 60 days , 1.5 – 2 oz fruit, Indeterminate  Somewhere between a grape and a Roma tomato is Juliet, the delectable saladette-type tomato that won top honors from the All-America Selections in 1999 and has been a home gardener favorite ever since. Plump, deep red, ultra-sweet meaty little fruits just 2 inches long and about 1½ inches in diameter. They hold up to 2 weeks on the vine, resist cracking, and are produced all season long!
Large Red Cherry Indeterminate  Vigorous vines produce loads of deliciously sweet 1-1/2 inch round tomatoes borne in clusters.  Use in salads and for snacks.
Marglobe 73 days, 5-8 oz fruit. Determinate.  Heavy vine growth produces high yields of large, uniform, globe-shaped fruit.
Mortgage Lifter 80 days, 2.5 lb average fruit, Indeterminate  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.
Mr. Stripey 80 days, 2.5 lb average fruit, Indeterminate  Mr. Stripey’s mild, sweet-tasting fruits have a high sugar content and grow to over 1 lb. each. Pretty and luscious, the tomato has rich yellow undertones covered with pinkish-red striping.
Old German 85 days, 1-1 1/2 lb fruit   Indeterminate  Routinely weighing in over a pound and a half.  Old German  is both delicious and beautiful with succulent, meaty fruit and golden streaked, reddish skin and flesh.
Orange Oxheart 80 days.  Indeterminate.  Strong vines that yield numerous large, 3 inch, vibrant golden-orange, oxheart-shaped fruits. Meaty, with a delicious, well-balanced flavor. Tremendous eye appeal.
Patio 70 days,  4 oz fruit, Determinate  Delicious dwarf tomato perfect for container gardening & patios or yards with limited space.  Compact plants with sturdy stem & attractive dark green foliage produce excellent tasting 4 oz red fruits with a pleasant “tomato paste” flavor.
Pineapple 85 to 95 days, up to 2 lbs, Indeterminate.   Pineapple is a beefsteak type with huge yellow-gold fruit often striped in red.  Low in seeds and high in solids.  This is a  very sweet, tangy, meaty tomato.
Roma or La Roma  76 days  5-8 oz.  Determinate  One of the very best ‘Italian-type’ paste tomatoes, known for its outstanding vigor and uniformity. Big yields of 5 to 8 oz. fruit are produced on large, vigorous plants with excellent disease resistance.
Rutgers 60-100 days, 8 oz fruit Determinate  Good for canning and  good fresh.  Red 8-oz. globes with good, balanced flavor on large vines. A fine New Jersey heirloom.
San Marzano 85-90 days.  5-6 oz fruit.  Indeterminate.  Teardrop-shaped, meaty, plum-type tomatoes are famous for their sweet, complex flavor that creates a fabulous pasta sauce. Choose San Marzano tomatoes if you like to can whole tomatoes, whip up homemade tomato sauce, or freeze slow-roasted tomatoes. These tomatoes also taste great chopped into salads and sliced onto sandwiches.These vigorous indeterminate tomatoes produce heavy fruit loads and need sturdy, tall stakes or cages. Expect vines to bear fruit right up to frost.
Sir Speedy 59 days, 4-6 oz fruit, Indeterminate   Sir Speedy is a great new early tomato with medium size 4 to 6 ounce tomatoes that will likely be among the first of the season. This plant starts to bear a large crop of fruit early and continues to bear throughout the season. This variety is juicy and tender with full tomato flavor. The compact, vigorous plants are perfect for planting in the garden or in pots.
Steakhouse 75-80 days, 12-16 oz fruit, Indeterminate  Strong vines produce mammoth yields of 12-16 ounce, deep red meaty fruits. Add the thick hearty flavor of this tomato to all of your traditional cooked dishes, salads and soups. You’ll even find one large slice is perfect on your sandwiches and hamburgers. Disease Resistance: VF1F2T
Sugar Rush 50-55 days. 1″ fruit.  Indeterminate.  Super-sweet, one of the sweetest of its type. Plants produce long trusses of elongated (grape shaped), 3/4″ to 1-1/4″, firm fruits that have a real crunch. Early maturing and very productive.
Sugary  60 days, 1/2 oz fruit,  Indeterminate  Award-winning Sugary has it all — super-sweet flavor, a fun new shape (oval w/ a pointed blossom end), and huge yields on plants that just keep growing up and up all season! Fruit is produced in clusters, like grapes.
Sungold 65 days. 1-2 oz fruit.  Indeterminate.  These distinctive, tangy-sweet fruits are best eaten fresh off the vine or in salads and party trays. One of the most popular varieties of cherry tomatoes, Sungold ripens early to a golden orange, ready to harvest throughout the summer. These extra-sweet tomatoes stay firmer longer than other cherry varieties and will be ready to harvest twice a week once they begin producing fruit.
Sun Sugar 62 days, 1/2 oz fruit, Indeterminate  The ultimate in cherry tomatoes, this golden-yellow beauty achieves a new level of sugary-sweetness and flavor, superb texture, and a tangy “true tomato” taste. Fruits are a lovely golden-yellow, weigh 1/2 oz., and possess thin skins – remarkable, considering its wonderful crack resistance, even in heavy rains. Heavy early cropper. Very vigorous
Sweet 100 (cherry) 65 days. 1 oz fruits.  Indeterminate  Outstanding tomato for containers. Small sweet cherry like fruit are produced in large clusters on strong disease resistant vines.  Delightful eaten straight from the vine.  Ideal for salads and snacks.
Tidy Treats 50-55 days. 1″ fruit.  Indeterminate.  Hybrid. Tidy Treats boasts a prolific harvest from a sturdy, compact plant. You can expect season-long growth that starts early and keeps producing fruit all summer long. Bite-sized, flavorful cherry tomatoes form in grape-like clusters and ripen to a bright red. Just the thing for salads and snacking. Though this isn’t a tall-growing plant, it appreciates the support of a stake or cage.
Tomatillo toma verde 2-3 oz fruits, Indeterminate  With its fruity lemon and tomato flavor, the tomatillo can be added raw to salads or used in salsas, sauces, guacamole, and other Mexican dishes. 2-3oz fruits grow within a husk and mature to light green and yellow color outside with a white, meaty inside. They are ripe when the paper-like husk turns brown and breaks open. Remove outer husk and wash thoroughly before using. Excellent source of Vitamins A and C.
Whopper 65 days, 1-2 lb fruit Indeterminate  Incredibly large, luscious fruits are produced in huge quantities right up to the end of the season.  Perfect for salads, sandwiches, hot dishes, or eaten straight from the vine.
Wisconsin 55 75 days, mid-size fruit. Indeterminate.  Mid-size to large deep red fruits resist shoulder cracks and blossom end rot, ripen evenly and have strong skin and solid flesh. Juicy but never mushy, great tasting slicing tomato. Vigorous plants are tolerant to defoliation diseases, early blight and leaf spot.
Yellow Pear 75-80 days, sm 1-2″ fruit  Indeterminate  This pear tomato is a real overachiever! A great tomato just loaded with hundreds of small 1-2 inch yellow pear-shaped fruit. Indeterminate, so a good cage or trellis is recommended for heavy production. An old-time favorite. F1, F2, V.