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Thursday, May 15, 2014

Over 40 Varieties of Tomatoes Planted & Flea Market Sale of $1 Tomato Plants

Over 40 Varieties of Tomatoes Planted & 
Flea Market Sale of $1 Tomato Plants


Well I got my tomatoes in. I am excited to be growing over 40 varieties. I seed start more tomatoes than I need and do a yearly flea market where I sell my tomato plants for $1. I also have other vegetable plants, herbs and flowers. If you are in the local Maryland area the address is

Giant Food Inc

ROUTE 108

CLARKSVILLE, MD 21029


It is in the Giant parking lot and it is Sunday May 18th from 10-1 pm. If you are local and need some plants I will have most of the varieties listed below. I sell out fast so this would be for the more local gardeners. I wouldn't travel too far. If it rains they do cancel it but it looks to be a sunny day.

I will also be selling these seeds next year.

Over Forty Tomato Varieties Planted (More Seeds Started)

Abraham Lincoln
Indeterminate. 75 days. 6-10 ounces. Round red fruit. Low acid with a sweet tomato taste. Good producer.

Arkansas Traveler
Indeterminate. 85 days. 6-8 ounces. Produces well in hot weather. Pink red fruit. Full of flavor.

Aunt Ruby’s German Green
Indeterminate. 80 days. 12-16 ounces. Large yellow and green beefsteak with slight pink blushing.  Sweet flavor with a hint of tomato tanginess.

Aussie
Indeterminate. 80 days. Red tomato. From Australia. This plant regularly produces 1-2 pound fruit. Large plants with good tomato production. It has a great tomato taste that matches the fruit size.

Baxter’s Early Bush
Determinate. 70 Days. Cherry. Early cherry that is very prolific. Resistant to splitting and really doesn’t need much in the way of staking.

Black Cherry
Indeterminate. 65 days. Cherry. Sweet complex flavor. Classic black tomato with deep purples, mahogany and deep reds.

Black Krim
Indeterminate. 75-85 days. 10-12 ounces. From Russia. Dark purple with mahogany and reds Green shouldering. Fruit is sweet with a hint of salt. Prone to cracking but worth the flavor.

Black Plum    
Indeterminate. 80 days.  Cherry type elongate fruits resemble large grapes. Sweet fruity taste with mahogany colors.

Box Car Willie
Indeterminate. 80 days. 5-10 ounces. Red fruit. Two varieties with this name. One is perfectly round and the other is round with some slight ribbing. This is the later. Produces a lot of medium sized fruit.

Blush

Brandywine Red
Indeterminate. 80 days. 10-16 ounces.  Heirloom from 1880’s. Potato leaf. A red fruit with the classic Brandywine taste. People love the flavor.

Brandywine Yellow
Indeterminate. 90 days. 12-24 ounces. Potato leaf. A uniformly yellow beefsteak with great flavor

Brandywine Suddath’s Strain

Cherokee Purple
Indeterminate. 80 days.  10-12 ounces.  Heirloom from Tennessee. Extremely productive. Sweet rich flavor. Deep purple rose colors with red.

Delicious
Indeterminate. 80 days. 2 pounds and more. Grown for large pound tomatoes. This variety hold the record for largest tomato. Red fruit. Good flavor.

Flamme
Indeterminate. 70 days. 2-3 ounces. Heirloom from France. Orange salad tomatoes. Great sweet fruity taste.  Very productive.

Fireworks
Indeterminate. 60 days.  6-8 ounce. An early red slicing tomato.  Fruits are round with a pointed tip. Bright red color. Heavy producer.

Glacier
Determinate. 55 days. Cherry type. 2-3 ounce red tomatoes. They set will in the cold. Potato leaf foliage. Large harvest.

Grape
Indeterminate. 60 days. Grape shape that come in grape like clusters. Brilliant red. A very sweet complex flavor that has brought them to the supermarkets. You see these in pint containers. Good heat tolerance.

Heinz
Determinate. 70 days. 6 ounces. Red round fruit that produces heavy yields. Great for canning because so many uniform fruits come at once. Crack resistance. Create in the 50’s for the purpose of canning. It is now an heirloom.

Homestead
Determinate. 80 days. 8-10 ounces. Red fruit. It is a more heat tolerant variety. Large vines with medium sized very round fruit. Produce more like an indeterminate plant.

Indigo Apple
Indeterminate. 70 days. 2-4 ounce. Extremely dark fruit caused by the sun. High level of anthocyanin. Dark purple to almost black starting from the top down.

Indigo Blue Berries
Indeterminate. 75 days. Cherry.  Extremely dark fruit caused by the sun. High level of anthocyanin. Dark purple to almost black starting from the top down. Unripe fruit has amethyst color.

Isis
Indeterminate. 65 days. Cherry type. Yellow cherry with gold and red marbling. Streak on the outside and inside with red. Sweet, rich and fruity. Not a perfectly round shape.

Japanese Black Trifele
Indeterminate. 75 days. 4-6 ounces. Russian Heirloom.  A very unusual shape. Pear shaped. Deep mahogany colors with green shoulders. Potato leaf. Productive plants. Reported to have a superior tomato flavor.

Kimberly

Kentucky Orange
Indeterminate. 90 days. 12-16 ounces. Heirloom. Yellow to orange color. Tomato color can vary from plant. A sweet mild flavor. Great color for dishes. Mid range production.

Matina
Indeterminate. 55 days. 2-4 ounce. From Germany. Potato leaf.  A red fruit with terrific flavor. Produces a month earlier than beefsteaks.

Matt’s Wild Cherry

Neves Azorean Red
Indeterminate. 75 days. 1-3 pounds. Large red beefsteak with outstanding flavor. Breed selectively by  Anthony Neves. The ultimate tomato for sandwiches.

New Big Dwarf
Determinate. 60 days. 8-12 ounces. It is an heirloom that was created in 1915. 2 feet tall. Deep pink tomatoes that can reach 1 pound. A small plant with big fruit.

Orange Banana
Indeterminate. 80 days. 3-4 inch long paste tomato. Orange tomato that is long. Very productive. Great for sauces, salsa and salads.

Orange Russian Bicolor Oxheart
Indeterminate. 85 days.  8-12 ounces. From Russia. Heart shaped A yellow gold flesh marble with red. Very sweet. Absolutely delicious. Very meaty with few seeds.

Principe Borghese
Determinate. 75 days. Plum shape. Small fruit. Great sauce tomato. Outstanding for oven drying and using in dishes. Very very prolific.


Purple Bumble Bee
Indeterminate. 70 days. Cherry type. 1 ½ inch round fruit with green streaks on dark purple fruits. Great color for salads and salsas.

Red Pear
Indeterminate. 80 days. Bright red pear shape about 2 inches long. Great sweet flavor.

Riesenstraube

Sioux
Indeterminate. 70 days.  6 ounces. Red fruit.  A sweet tangy tomato with rich flavors that people love. Grown for the taste.

Sweet Pea Currant
Indeterminate. 75 days.  A very very small red round currant tomato. Very sweet flavor. Pea sized. 20-25 can fit in your hand. Very prolific.

Todd County Amish
Indeterminate. 75 days.  12+ ounces. Large dark pink tomato. Heirloom  handed down by Amish in Minnesota. Very meaty tomato with great flavor. Very productive.

Virginia Sweets
Indeterminate. 80 days. 1 pound.  Gold red bicolor mix. Heirloom. One of the best tasting tomatoes around.  It is a gold yellow beefsteak with red streaking. Abundant production.

Yellow Currant
Indeterminate. 70 days. From South America.  About 1/3 of inch across. Fruits in long grape like clusters. Sweet with an intense tomato flavor.

Zapotic Pink Ribbed

Indeterminate. 80 days. From the Zapotic Indians of Mexico. It is a heavily ribbed dark pink fruit that looks distinctively different.  A sweet mild fruit. The plant is a good producer.


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