We grow a large variety of tomatoes in the spring that have been chosen for their success in our area and FLAVOR! No bland tomatoes here!
The beefsteak that all beefsteak tomatoes should be judged by. Big, red fruits commonly over a pound but can reach two pounds are rich and intense.
Dusty rose brown fruits grow up to 12 oz with sweet, acidic, meaty flesh. We get asked about this one a lot so are now offering it.
Big, beautiful yellow beefsteak with green shoulders. Productive plant of 1lb fruits or larger. Subacid with a lovely citrusy, sweet flavor.
Heavy, meaty beefsteak tomatoes that get up to 1 lb. Fruit is a cream color that is tasty, sweet, non-acid with a creamy texture. Few seeds and earlier to mature.
Big yellow orange beefsteak with red streaks. Husband describes it as “rich, meaty, tomato-y goodness.” The favorite tomato around here. Few seeds and very fleshy.
Big orange beefsteak tomato. Similar in flavor to Dr. Wyche’s Yellow but with a bit more sweetness.
Large oxheart shaped tomato in a bright orange color. Flavor is well balanced, sweet and juicy. Plants are vigorous.
A tomato with a dedicated following and named after a famous Black actor, singer and civil rights advocate. How can you go wrong? Large 6-12 oz brick red fruit with green shoulders has a smoky and earthy flavor that is well balanced between acid and sweet.
One of the best tasting yellow tomatoes around, this heirloom has been around since the mid-1800s and produces large, nearly blemish free fruits. Few seeds with a sweet fruity flavor.
The potential for very large fruit over a 1 lb each, dark pink skin and crimson flesh that is crack resistant. Flavor rivals Brandywine as possible the best tasting heirloom but without the hard core.
The stuff of legends, this one has a story behind it. Developed by M.C Byles, who was known as Radiator Charlie, nicknamed after his radiator-repair business. With no formal training in plant breeding, he worked to cross breed four of the largest-fruited tomatoes he could find - German Johnson, Beefsteak, an unknown Italian variety and an unknown English variety. After 6 years of selection he had developed this large, tasty tomato. They can get up to 2 1/2 lbs, and sometimes more. Productive and
Small tomatoes that pack a lot of flavor.
Giant clusters of golden yellow cherry tomatoes that have an excellent tomato flavor that is slightly acidic, sweet and rarely crack. Very high yields all the way to frost.
From renowned tomato breeder Brad Gates of Wild Boar Farms comes this multi-colored striped grape tomato with exceptional flavor. Highly productive and won Best in Show at the 2017 National Heirloom Expo.
Small, compact plants with easy to harvest fruit that full of sweet, tart, juicy flavor. Prolific producer.
2015 SSE Tomato Tasting winner, these are sweet and rich with moderate acidity.
AAS Winner - these elongated red cherries are crack resistant and hold to the vine well. Fruit is wonderfully sweet and high yielding. Tolerant of late blight and leaf spot.
The traditional Italian heirloom used for making sun-dried tomatoes. Small 1" tomatoes are dry and have few seeds. Also great for making into sauce and paste. Determinate.
Another tiny little tomato plant perfect for small containers. Even smaller than Minibel, these determinate tomatoes only reach 8-12" tall. Yet they produce slightly larger cherry tomatoes that are full-flavored with a bit of sweetness.
Incredibly popular cherry tomato that is sweet and flavorful on vigorous plants that produce over a long season. Resistant to fusarium wilt and tobacco mosaic virus.
Really pretty little cherry tomatoes that are sweet and mild with a touch of acidity. Productive.
Classic sweet red cherry tomato. Productive plants produce long trusses of cherry tomatoes. Resistant to fusarium and verticillium wilt.
Have a disease problem making it difficult to grow tomatoes? Try these varieties.
Vigorous indeterminate vines produce loads of 6-8 oz pink tomatoes that have that old fashioned tomato flavor. Resistant to Tobacco Mosaic Virus and Fusarium Wilt.
A cross between Brandywine and Rutgers, this is a disease and crack resistant tomato with dark pink fruit. Has good flavor that is is acidic and sweet.
A few years ago a customer couldn't praise this variety enough and he convinced us to carry it. We haven't stopped carrying it yet, which is saying something as we are very picky about what tomatoes we continue to carry year after year. It's an old fashioned classic tomato with the flavor to match that is productive and disease resistant.
These varieties are fantastic for making sauce. Paste tomatoes tend to be bland tasting until cooked down but we've made it a point to pick varieties that are also tasty when fresh off the vine.
Recommended to us by a customer, these are deeply ribbed, slightly flattened Italian heirlooms. Larger, but similar to the Rosso Sicilian tomato that we offer. Intensely flavorful they are good for fresh eating and preserving.
Extremely prolific large paste tomato that is large and elongated. Very flavorful, acidic, sweet and excellent for canning. Heirloom.
We keep getting asked for the traditional "roma" tomato so we decided that we need to finally offer this extremely popular variety for canning. Thick walled, solid, meaty and few seeds.
An intense, sweet yellow paste tomato, it is a fantastic producer on healthy plants. It's been difficult to find which is why we haven't been able to offer it for years. But we were able to get some finally so it's back!
An excellent canning, paste or puree tomato. Mild flavored when fresh. Bright red with a meaty texture.
In the early 1900s this was a very popular tomato for the canning industry here in California. Uniform size of 8-10 oz, they have a rich, very complex flavor. Just as tasty fresh off the vine as it is when canned.
Similar in color and shape to the Candy Sweet Icicle but larger and a different flavor. Meaty with very few seeds. Classic tomato flavor that is ideal for processing and fresh eating.
A lovely yellow tomato with faint stripes and blushed red when ripe, these are some of the sweetest, fruitiest paste tomatoes around. Bred by Wild Boar Farm, these are crack resistant and store well after harvest.
These are your tomatoes that are larger than a grape tomato but smaller than a beefsteak. Perfect for salads. We have a lot of new varieties this year.
One of our most popular varieties. A purple-black beefsteak with a subacid, mild flavor. Fruits get darker when exposed to sunlight. Productive.
When a customer told us she drove all the way to Sebastapol to find this tomato we knew it was special and that we had to carry it. Produces uniform brownish black fruit early in the season. Taste is rich, complex and sweet.
Rachel is not a fan of eating tomatoes - that's Tom's department. But when Rachel tried this tomato at an informal tasting, she liked it - which was enough reason to carry it. No wonder as it won the 2005 “Heirloom Garden Show” best-tasting tomato award. Smooth, dark purple fruit is sweet with complexities common in the purple/black tomato varieties.
Productive plant producing green striped fruit that is sweet and has hints of lemon/lime. Perfect for fresh eating, drying and sauces.
Small 2-1/2″-3″ salad tomato that is green with darker green stripes. Fruit is sweet and “zingy.” Very productive plant if you can find all the fruit! The light green will have a yellow hue when ripe. Makes a really good green pesto bruschetta. Good for pots.
An heirloom market variety that was recommended to us by a customer whose grandfather used to grow fields of them. According to our customer it has good acidity and does well here. Fruit is red, smooth and flavorful. Still popular in the Gulf States as a good all purpose tomato.
Productive tomato with golden large, round fruit. Delicious mild, sweet flavored tomato that gets 8-12 oz.
A lovely orange tomato with well-balanced flavor on compact 36" tall plants. An heirloom that was brought to Nebraska in the late 1800s. Amy Goldman, the author of The Heirloom Tomato, calls it the "ultimate love apple."
A productive compact variety that does well in hanging baskets or in containers on your patio. One of the few tomatoes that can be in containers and produces decent sized 3" diameter bright red fruits. Pleasant, tangy flavor.
We grew this small rather unassuming red tomato several years ago only because we got a packet of free seeds. At our tomato tasting we were surprised that it outperformed all of the other tomatoes and was hands down the favorite out of 16 varieties. Sweet, tangy, rich and complex, you won’t regret making space for this variety.
Meaty, fruit is both tangy and sweet. Ripens earlier than most orange tomatoes. Very popular tomato.
Pale yellow fruits with a pink blush on the blossom end that are sweet, tart and mild. Up to 8 oz in size, they will darken in color with the more sunlight they receive. Heirloom.
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