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Late Midseason Indeterminate Reg. Leaf
This tomato will remind you of the supermarket cluster types. The taste of this tomato will be an explosion in your mouth as it is the sweetest and most intensely flavoured open-pollinated variety that I have come across .
Indeterminate Potato Leaf
Bloody butcher rivals all other extra early varieties that I have grown, given its superb taste and productivity. It will produce up to 10 per truss and each fruit weigh on average 55g (2 ozs.). Released by the Dutch company Sahin Seeds in 1998.
The standard Days to Maturity is, at best, a guess given that weather and the gardener’s own cultural practices vary greatly. I find the following classification to be more informative:
Early less than 65 days Midseason 65〜80 days Late 80+ days
Min. 25 seeds
Determinate Reg. Leaf
The Early Lethbridge tomato variety was introduced by the Lethbridge Research Stations in 1953 following 8 years of intensive testing. This variety will produce 40 -90g fruit that hang in clusters of 4 to 6.
Midseason Indeterminate Reg. Leaf
Mike Stefancisk of Lethbridge AB contacted me to make his very productive Hungarian family heirlom more widely available. Mike named it after his mother, Elizabeth. Smooth, oval shaped fruits that are lightly speckled with gold stripes.
Indeterminate Reg. Leaf
This tomato is also known as Sibirskiy Skorospely. This special cold tolerant variety was created by the Western-
Siberian Potato-Vegetable Experimental Lab. Early Siberian will produce 120 g (4 oz.) sweet, red slicers.
Dwarf Deter. Reg. Leaf
This Russian (aka Yaponskiy Karlik) tomato variety will only grow about 50cm (20") and produce small, round, red tomatoes that are on the old fashion side if the flavour spectrum.