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  1. Yellow Pear Tomato - Packet

    Best when eaten sun warmed and straight off the vine, the vigorous vines of Yellow Pear bear generous clusters of evenly ripe golden fruit. Grow alongside Red Pear for a match made i...

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    Yellow Pear Tomato - Packet Solanum lycopersicum
    $2.50
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    Best when eaten sun warmed and straight off the vine, the vigorous vines of Yellow Pear bear generous clusters of evenly ripe golden fruit. Grow alongside Red Pear for a match made in heaven. The small fruits add a decorative splash of color to an Antipasto platter or can be gently sautéed over low heat to soften for fresh sauce over pasta, served with slivers of sweet basil and a grating of hard cheese.
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  2. Red Pear Tomato - Packet

    Load up on Red Pear cherry tomatoes, to devour fresh in the garden or bake in a low oven with a drizzle of olive oil and garlic. An heirloom that has been updated to perfection, frui...

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    Red Pear Tomato - Packet Solanum lycopersicum
    $2.50
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    Load up on Red Pear cherry tomatoes, to devour fresh in the garden or bake in a low oven with a drizzle of olive oil and garlic. An heirloom that has been updated to perfection, fruits ripen in clusters on the vine making them easy to harvest efficiently. Children love these bite-sized fruits, fill up pint baskets and bring them along for picnics or as a healthy lunch box snack.
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  3. San Marzano Tomato - Packet

    Originating in the small Italian town of San Marzano near Naples, the thick meaty flesh and robust flavor of San Marzano tomato is the own everyone grows for sauce. Combine consisten...

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    San Marzano Tomato - Packet Solanum lycopersicum
    $2.50
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    Originating in the small Italian town of San Marzano near Naples, the thick meaty flesh and robust flavor of San Marzano tomato is the own everyone grows for sauce. Combine consistent yield, and ample size for an instant favorite among home gardeners as well as market growers who grow this brand for commercial canners. San Marzano was once the largest export crop, rivaling Roma, yet this classic can’t be beat for authenticity, when it comes to true Italian cuisine.
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  4. Oxheart Red Tomato - Packet

    If you find yourself talking about your favorite heirloom tomatoes the way oenophiles talk about fine wine, Oxheart should be added to your collection. Shaped like its namesake, sli...

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    Oxheart Red Tomato - Packet Solanum lycopersicum
    $2.50
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    If you find yourself talking about your favorite heirloom tomatoes the way oenophiles talk about fine wine, Oxheart should be added to your collection. Shaped like its namesake, slice to accentuate the heart shape for a distinctive statement on the plate. This popular heirloom tomato become an instant hit when introduced in the mid-1900’s, bred to include pink and orange varieties, yet none taste as good as the original red.
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  5. Livingston's Paragon Tomato - Packet

    We have A.W. Livingston to thank for this sweet, juicy, uniform size tomato with flavor that we have come to expect from this iconic fruit. Livingston’s Paragon was released in 187...

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    Livingston's Paragon Tomato - Packet Solanum lycopersicum
    $2.50
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    We have A.W. Livingston to thank for this sweet, juicy, uniform size tomato with flavor that we have come to expect from this iconic fruit. Livingston’s Paragon was released in 1870, one of thirty-five varieties that his company introduced between 1870 and 1941. Paragon tastes the way all tomatoes should: sweet, yet not too sweet. Mid-season and mid-sized fruit will brighten your tomato patch with a bit of history.
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  6. Red Fig Tomato - Packet

    If you have ever considered making tomato jam, a thick conserve to lather on soft cheese or grilled vegetables, give Red Fig Tomato a try. An heirloom dating back to the early 1800...

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    Red Fig Tomato - Packet Solanum lycopersicum
    $2.50
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    If you have ever considered making tomato jam, a thick conserve to lather on soft cheese or grilled vegetables, give Red Fig Tomato a try. An heirloom dating back to the early 1800’s, the unusual fig shaped form hints at its namesake, yet this bite-sized fruit was once solely grown for preserving. Bears profuse fruit slightly larger than a cherry or pear tomato, heavy bearing in clusters making them easy to harvest.
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  7. Brandywine Pink Tomato - Packet

    Dating back to 1895, Brandywine is hands-down one of the most popular heirloom tomatoes. Brandywine will easily win a prize at your local state fair for beauty and substantial form, ...

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    Brandywine Pink Tomato - Packet Solanum lycopersicum
    $2.50
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    Dating back to 1895, Brandywine is hands-down one of the most popular heirloom tomatoes. Brandywine will easily win a prize at your local state fair for beauty and substantial form, yet flavor is the real stand out. The plants are vigorous, growing up to nine feet tall, two pounders have been reported, yet the average size fruit is slightly larger than one pound per tomato. Unusual potato shaped leaves distinguish this plant from another, various strains exist, yet we offer the best tasting variety, sure to become your favorite heirloom in the garden.
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  8. Abraham Lincoln Tomato - Packet

    If you enjoy a large, beefsteak type fruit that ripens all the way through with no green shoulders, give Abraham Lincoln a try. Slice and serve with a colorful collection of yellow a...

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    Abraham Lincoln Tomato - Packet Solanum lycopersicum
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    If you enjoy a large, beefsteak type fruit that ripens all the way through with no green shoulders, give Abraham Lincoln a try. Slice and serve with a colorful collection of yellow and purple tomatoes, sprinkle with thin slivers of sweet basil and serve for a memorable salad. Originating in the early 1900’s, this bold tasting heirloom has been re-selected to be mostly disease resistant. Late to harvest, these vigorous plants require staking.
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  9. Principe Borghese Tomato - Packet

    An Italian classic for over a hundred years, the Principe Borghese produces a mighty crop for thick, fragrant sauce. Do like the Italians do, harvest the plant and hang them upside d...

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    Principe Borghese Tomato - Packet Solanum lycopersicum
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    An Italian classic for over a hundred years, the Principe Borghese produces a mighty crop for thick, fragrant sauce. Do like the Italians do, harvest the plant and hang them upside down on the side of your garden shed to dry naturally from the heat of the sun. Or slice and slow dry in a low oven, layer with basil and olive oil for a year round treat. Compact determinant plants are stocky and sturdy, bearing clusters of egg-sized tomatoes with thick walls and minimal seeds.
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