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Aker's West Virginia

Midseason               Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

Deep robust flavour characterize these 280-450g (12-16 ozs.)  red, oblate shaped fruits that are born on clusters of 3.  Aker's is also a relatively compact plant.

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Andrew Rahart's Jumbo Red

Late

Indeterminate              Reg. Leaf

This tomato was named in honour of Andrew Rahart who spent a considerable amount of time collecting seeds from immigrants in the New York City area.  The rich and deep flavour of this tomato makes it  perfect for a toasted sandwich.   Average weight 1 lb. (450 g).

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Big Beef OP

Midseason               Semi-determinate       Reg. Leaf

An open-pollinated alternative to the F1 hybrid Big Beef.  You will need to provide plenty of space for this variety due to its semi-determinate growth habit.  Big Beef OP wil produce oblate fruit that weigh between 140-200g (5-7 ozs.) and hang in clusters of 4.

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Bulgarian Triumph

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 .

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Dwarf Stone

Midseason              

Dwarf Indeter.             Reg. Leaf

A tree type tomato introduce by A.W. Livingston in 1902. I found the taste to be sweet and refreshing.  This variety is similar in growth and fruit size to New Big Dwarf.  Do not sucker this variety.

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Bloody Butcher

Early              

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

$3 each

Min. 25 seeds