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  • PLANT: Tomato- Sun Sugar


    Tasty sweet-tart bright golden yellow cherry tomatoes on vigorous, high yielding plants.  Perfect for snacking!  These plants are indeterminate (viney), so you’ll need to stake, trellis, or cage them.  Fruits are crack resistant and the plants also have some disease resistance.

  • PLANT: Tomato- Cherokee Purple (heirloom)


    This early heirloom beefsteak has a meaty purple-pink fleshed fruit that can get up to 1 lb! The fruits have a flattened top with smooth, slightly ribbed crack resistant skin. Has a unique potato leaf shape similar to brandywine tomatoes.  Grow in fertile, well drained soil in full sun.  Staking/pruning required.

  • PLANT: Tomato- Patio Hybrid


    As the name suggests, this is an excellent variety for growing in a large pot on your patio. These plants bear 4oz dark red fruit on small, compact plants.  No staking required!

  • PLANT:Tomato- Old German (Heirloom)


    Old german bears striped yellow and orange fruit, and is one of my favourite tomatoes! The fruits are large, very sweet, and juicy.  Great for slicing on toast!

    Indeterminate plant requires caging or staking.

  • PLANT: Tomato-Golden Queen (Heirloom)


    Also known as ‘Jubilee’, this tomato was introduced in the early 1880’s.  It bears yellow fruits which are low in acid compared to red tomatoes.  Fruits have a very mild, pleasing flavour.

    Indeterminate plants will require trellising or caging.

    Plant in full sun, in fertile, well-drained soil.

  • PLANT: Tomato-San Marzano (Heirloom)


    A classic plum/paste tomato from Italy. Bears large meaty tomatoes with few seeds on viny plants. Requires trellising or staking. Grow in full sun.

  • PLANT: Tomato-Costuluto Genovese


    An Italian variety (can you tell by the name?) which bears large, sandwich sized deep red tomatoes.  Excellent flavour, with more meatiness than other varieties.  Good for canning, juicing, and sauces. These are indeterminate plants, so they’ll need to be trellised, staked, or caged.  Plant in full sun, in fertile well drained soil.  (4-in pots)

  • PLANT: Tomato- Mountain Merit (Blight Resistant!)


    If your tomatoes keep getting wiped out by late blight, here’s a variety for you!  Mountain merit is a late blight resistant variety that produces medium to large beefsteak type tomatoes.   And it’s also a compact plant, so you’ll be able to grow it in smaller spaces or in containers!  Expect to harvest around 75 days from transplant.

  • PLANT: Tomato- Sicilian Saucer


    This tomato may be the secret to great pasta sauce! It’s an  heirloom variety, originally from Sicily.  The large, meaty beaf-steak like tomatoes can grow to the size of a small plate.  So if you are into huge veggies, this variety might be for you. . .

  • PLANT: Tomato- Tiny Tim (Heirloom)


    This is the best heirloom tomato we know of for growing in pots!  The plants only grow up to about 1-2 ft tall (hence ‘tiny’), and are just loaded with bright red mini cherry tomatoes about 1in in diameter.  They also ripen earlier than most other heirloom varieties at around 55 days from transplanting.  No trellising/ staking required- although they can still benefit from cages.  Expect alot of the fruit to ripen at the same time. 4 inch pots

  • PLANT: Tomato-Black Cherry/Chocolate Cherry (heirloom)


    Another one of our favourites! This heirloom produces plenty of deep purple fruit which are resistant to cracking. The tomatoes are about 1/2 oz, and have an incredible sweet, complex flavour.

    It’s got an indeterminate growing habit, so you’ll need to trellis/stake or cage it.  Expect ripe tomatoes around 65 days after transplanting.  Instead of having 1 short harvest window, they produce over several months- as long as the plant is healthy.

  • PLANT: Tomato-Sweet Million


    One of our favorite varieties to grow!  This indeterminate (viney) plant bears loads of super sweet, red cherry tomatoes.  Unlike many older varieties, sweet million tomatoes are crack resistant. As a result, they will stand for much longer after harvest, and still taste great.

    You’ll want to cage or trellis these plants. . . .they will take over the garden given the chance!

  • PLANT: Tomato-Bush Beefsteak


    If you want sandwich sized tomatoes, but don’t want to bother trellising, then this is the one for you! These determinate plants (read bushy rather than viney) will produce nice round red beefsteak tomatoes. .. .And you can cage them if you want to, but they’ll do just fine without too! Grow in full sun, in fertile, well drained soil.