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  • Tomato Plant, Amish Paste
    $3.55 Tomato Plant, Amish Paste
    Large, very tasty heirloom red paste and fresh eating tomato...85 Days, Indet. OP. Heirloom. We planted Amish paste for processing, but discovered that it has terrific fresh eating qualities. The flavor is sweet and superb...

  • Tomato Plant, Joe's Pink Oxheart
    $3.55 Tomato Plant, Joe's Pink Oxheart
    Huge pink oxheart tomato with huge flavor and few seeds and little juice ...80 days. OP. Indet. Heirloom. Vigorous vine produces big bunches of huge pink tomatoes which are oxheart shaped, meaty, and have fantastic flavor...

  • Tomato Plant, Martino's Roma
    $3.55 Tomato Plant, Martino's Roma
    High producing, heirloom paste tomato, widely adapted... 75 days, Determ, Italian Heirloom, OP. Compact plants produce a heavy harvest of 2 to 3 oz, plum/pear shaped tomatoes. The fruits are perfect for processing, being...

  • Tomato Plant, Opalka Paste
    $3.55 Tomato Plant, Opalka Paste
    A large paste type tomato that is meaty, productive, and has excellent flavor...75 days. OP. Indet. Heirloom from Poland. Large, meaty, red/orange fruits are about 5-6" long. The flesh is relatively dry and makes a delicious...

  • Tomato Plant, Oregon Spring
    $3.55 Tomato Plant, Oregon Spring
    60 days, determinate, open pollinated. A full sized (6 to 7 oz), early red slicer that will produce well even in the coolest climates. Oregon Spring will set fruit even when nights are still cool. Nice tasting, sweet, high...

  • Tomato Plant, San Marzano
    $3.55 Tomato Plant, San Marzano
    Famous red paste and canning tomato from Italy...80 Days, Indet. Heirloom Makes the best canned tomatoes. Also terrific for sauce and paste. Very productive compact plant produces loads of 3" long plum shaped red tomatoes...

  • Tomato Plant, San Marzano Gigante Paste
    $3.55 Tomato Plant, San Marzano Gigante Paste
    80 days, Indeterminate, Heirloom from Italy. A much larger version of San Marzano, with the same excellent characteristics as the original: Meaty, with few seeds, and fantastic flavor when processed into canned tomatoes and...