The Heirloom Tomato Garden

It is very popular these days to plant Heirloom varieties. We have created this special Heirloom Tomato Garden with varieties that are truely Heirlooms but that are also terrific from both gardening and cooking perspectives. Two important points! These vigorous, beautiful and delicious varieties are all good for slicing and salads where you can really show them off. This Collection includes one packet of each variety at about 10% off regular prices:
  • Black Russian Tomato (~25 seeds)
  • Brandywine Tomato (~50 seeds)
  • Green Zebra Tomato (~25 seeds)
  • Persimmon Tomato (~50 seeds)
  • Big Rainbow Striped Tomato (~50 seeds)
  • Yellow Brandywine Tomato (~50 seeds)
  • Costoluto Genovese Tomato (~25 seeds)
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    • Absolutely nothing compares to eating a sun-warmed, homegrown Tomato straight off the vine. This garden mainstay is easily grown and most rewarding. Start seed in a warm, bright, well-ventilated area six to eight weeks before setting out. Transplant out after the last spring frost date. To encourage stockiness, sink seedlings deeper into the well-enriched soil than you grew them - soil should cover the lowest layer of leaves. Position stakes, cages or supports at that time to avoid disturbing the plants later on. Keep soil evenly moist and well-fertilized. Once harvested, store Tomatoes at room temperature, as anything below 50°F destroys the enzyme that gives Tomatoes their flavor. When a variety is said to have determinate vines, it means that the vines top out and all of the fruit ripens at once. When a variety is said to have indeterminate vines, it means that the vines keep growing and bearing fruit until a killing frost. Deer resistant.

      Average seed life: 2 years.
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    Absolutely nothing compares to eating a sun-warmed, homegrown Tomato straight off the vine. This garden mainstay is easily grown and most rewarding. Start seed in a warm, bright, well-ventilated area six to eight weeks before setting out. Transplant out after the last spring frost date. To encourage stockiness, sink seedlings deeper into the well-enriched soil than you grew them - soil should cover the lowest layer of leaves. Position stakes, cages or supports at that time to avoid disturbing the plants later on. Keep soil evenly moist and well-fertilized. Once harvested, store Tomatoes at room temperature, as anything below 50°F destroys the enzyme that gives Tomatoes their flavor. When a variety is said to have determinate vines, it means that the vines top out and all of the fruit ripens at once. When a variety is said to have indeterminate vines, it means that the vines keep growing and bearing fruit until a killing frost. Deer resistant.

    Average seed life: 2 years.
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