Tomato Seeds - Collections of Special Heirloom Tomato Varieties

A Celebration of Heirloom Tomato Varieties from Around the World

 

"Short Season" Tomato Seed Collection

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Recommended heirloom tomato seeds for cooler, short season growing regions. This heirloom tomato seeds collection contains individual packs of the following organic heirloom tomato varieties: (30 plus seeds/pack)

Cost: $20, a savings of $5.90 off individual seed pack price.


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  • Buckbee's New 50 Day Heirloom Tomato - Good yields of great tasting 4 oz. red round fruit. Indeterminate. 55 days
  • Early Annie Heirloom Tomato - (A short heirloom variety that produces 3-inch, round, meaty fruits with few seeds. Particularly good for canning. Fruit sets all at once. Determinate. 60 days.)
  • Marmande Heirloom Tomato - French heirloom. Big clusters of 6-ounce, red, slightly lobed & flattened fruits that contain an excellent, complex, flavor. Indeterminate. 67 days
  • Moskovich Heirloom Tomato - A wonderful, early heirloom tomato that yields an abundance of red, 6 oz., round, cold-tolerant, fruits with a luscious, rich taste. Indeterminate. 60 days
  • Northern Lights Heirloom Tomato - 3 1/2-inch, round, yellow-orange beefsteak with red blush on bottom and red center. Wonderful intense flavor. Bears till frost. Indeterminate. 56 days
  • Orange Roma Heirloom Tomato - An early producer of large, very pretty orange, great tasting fruits. Indeterminate.
  • Peche Jaune Heirloom Tomato - Lots of 1-inch, round, pale yellow fruits, looks like a delicate peach covered with fuzz. An elegant, mildly sweet flavor. I've never failed to get "ooooh...yes!" from those I've introduced this to. Fruit has very short shelf-life...it's intended to be eaten within a couple of days. Indeterminate. 67 days
  • Siletz Heirloom Tomato - Plants do very well in cooler climates producing deep-red, excellently flavored round, slicing tomatoes 8-10 oz. Determinate. 52 days
  • Sunset's Red Horizon Heirloom Tomato - From Southern Russia. Huge, red, 5-inch, meaty, heart-shaped fruits. They are not only one of the first varieties to produce but do well into November (in Oregon and in California) and have proved resistant to frost. Indeterminate. 69 days