bare roots tomatoes

Amish Paste

Tomato, Amish Paste: Lycopersicon esculentum: Annual: This is a tomato for people who want to keep tomatoes in their life all winter long.  This 8-12oz tomato is full of flavor with a meaty texture.  Delicious right off the vine and cooks up fabulously.  Try turning this tomato into paste, sauce, or canning them whole.  Plant deep in the ground taking off the bottom leaves and space them 2-3ft apart.  Pick when they turn a lovely deep red.

$4.00

Black Cherry

Tomato, Black Cherry, Lycopersicon esculentum: Annual, Indeterminate:  A delicious cherry tomato. It has the deep rich flavor of all black tomatoes in a perfect bite size.  They make a wonderful snack for tiny gardener helpers!! Black cherry tomatoes take a little longer to ripen than other cherry tomatoes, but are well worth the wait.  They make a delightful addition to salads. Plant 2-3ft apart (without a stake) or 1-2 ft apart with a stake.

$4.00

Black Krim

Tomato, Black Krim: Solanum lycopersicum: Annual, Indeterminate:  One of our absolute favorite every day tomatoes, this is a Russian heirloom with deep dark color and flavor.  They are heat tolerant but enjoy lots of water to prevent skin cracking.  Great juiciness for salads, sandwiches, sauces, and any tomato dish you can think of! Plant 2-3ft apart (without a stake) or 1-2 ft apart with a stake.

$4.00

Box Car Willie

Tomato, Box Car Willie: Solanum lycopersicum: Annual, regular- leaf, tall vigorous tomato plants that yield abundant crops of 10 – 16 ounce, smooth, bright red slicer tomatoes with distinctly delicious, well-balanced flavor.  Named after the famous country singer.  A great tomato for every day use and canning.  A great all season tomato that will produce well until first frost.  Good resistance to disease and cracking.

$ 4.00

Brandywine

Tomato, Brandywine: Solanum lycopersicum: Annual, Indeterminate - An Amish heirloom that dates back to 1885 and is generally considered to be the world’s best flavored tomato.  Plants look like potato vines with good yields of extra large, firm, clear-skinned light rosy-pink fruits.  Fruits average 1 ½ lbs.  Plant 2-3ft apart (without a stake) or 1-2 ft apart with a stake.

$4.00

Carbon

Tomato, Carbon: Solanum lycopersicum: Annual, Indeterminate: A beautiful purple- black tomato, Carbon tomatoes are famous for their flavor; winning taste awards all across the United States.  They are prolific producers – to keep you well stocked in delicious deep flavored fruit throughout the season.   One of our favorites, and can be hard to find!  Plant 2-3ft apart (without a stake) or 1-2 ft apart with a stake.

$4.00

Cherokee Purple

Tomato, Cherokee Purple: Solanum lycopersicum: Annual, Indeterminate: A variety cultivated by the Cherokee tribe back when they still lived in Tennessee.  These have a magnificently rich full flavor that balances high acidity with abundant sugar.  This plant is a robust grower that has the advantages of being resistant to disease and drought.  The fruits are 8-12 ounces in size.

Plant 2-3ft apart (without a stake) or 1-2 ft apart with a stake.

$4.00

Green Zebra

Tomato, Green Zebra: Solanum lycopersicum: Annual, Indeterminate:  A delicious, tangy, salad tomato.  You can tell they are ripe when the green fruit begins to develop a faint yellow blush.  The fruits are small, about 3-4 oz.  Ideal for salads or picnicking!  They produce well throughout the season.

Plant 2-3ft apart (without a stake) or 1-2 ft apart with a stake.

$4.00

Hillbilly

Tomato, Hillbilly: Solanum lycopersicum: Annual, Indeterminate:  These are huge 1 to 2 lb colorful tomatoes, with shades of yellow, orange, red and pink streaks.  They originate from the eastern hills of West Virginia.  They have a sweet flavor and eye popping characteristics when presented sliced or on a platter.  Plant 2-3ft apart (without a stake) or 1-2 ft apart with a stake.

$4.00

Japanese Black Trifele

 

Tomato, Japanese Black Trifele: Solanum lycopersicum: Annual, Indeterminate: These yield prolific quantities of 6 oz. fruit.  Very tasty flesh with a meaty core, that produces luscious fruit all summer long.  A very deep and complex flavor with a hint of smokiness, our favorite way to eat these is thickly sliced with a bit of salt sprinkled on top.

Plant 2-3ft apart (without a stake) or 1-2 ft apart with a stake.

$4.00

Juane Flamme

 

Tomato, Jaune Flamme: Solanum lycopersicum: Annual, Indeterminate:  Of French origin, meaning ‘yellow flame’, these little yellow- orange fruits are the perfect balance of sweet and tart.  Wonderful for slicing as well as drying, they will keep you well supplied with fruit early on and throughout the season.  The fruits are 3-4 ounces. Plant 2-3ft apart (without a stake) or 1-2 ft apart with a stake.

$4.00

Jet Star

 

Tomato, Jet Star: Solanum lycopersicum: Annual, Indeterminate:  This is a perfect ‘store-bought’ quality tomato, with blemish free smooth skin, large red and bright fruit.  It grows easily and vigorously, and is a favorite among market customers.  Their low acidity are a pleasing attribute to many a tomato eater.  Fruits are 12-16 ounces in size.  Plant 2-3ft apart (without a stake) or 1-2 ft apart with a stake.

$4.00

Mortgage Lifter

Tomato, Mortgage Lifter: Solanum lycopersicum: Annual, Indeterminate: This tomato literally lifted its breeders’ mortgage with its wonderful sale-ability in 1940’s West Virginia.  He bred his four largest varieties to create this beastly juicy tomato, with a smooth skin and mild taste. These 1 to 3 pound deep pink fruits are great for hefty sandwiches, BLTs and burgers.  Resistant to verticillium wilt and fusarium. Plant 2-3ft apart (without a stake) or 1-2 ft apart with a stake.

$4.00

Paul Robeson

Tomato, Paul Robeson: Solanum lycopersicum: Annual, Indeterminate: This is a Russian heirloom, named for the famous opera singer and equal rights advocate.  The flavor on these is unparalleled in any other tomato.  They have a unique smokiness, with a great balance of acidity and sweetness, all contained in a 6-12 ounce red fruit. Another all around good tomato, great for slicing, saucing, canning etc. Plant 2-3ft apart (without a stake) or 1-2 ft apart with a stake.

$4.00

Sun Gold

 

Tomato, Sun Gold: Solanum lycopersicum: Annual, Indeterminate:  The sweetest cherry tomato I’ve ever had!  These bear over a long period in abundance. They grow well in containers indoors or out to produce ½ ounce cherry tomatoes, which are resistant to cracking.  An absolute favorite among kids and adults alike!  Plant 2-3ft apart (without a stake) or 1-2 ft apart with a stake.

$4.00

Supersweet 100

Tomato, Super Sweet 100: Solanum lycopersicum: Annual, Indeterminate:  A reliable cherry tomato with prolific yields of great tasting, 15-20 gram fruits produced in large clusters.  Wonderful to use whole, in salads and fresh pasta dishes.  They will grow well in the ground or in containers.  Our favorite way to enjoy these is halved, tossed with zucchini and baked under a layer of goat cheese! Delicious!

Plant 2-3ft apart (without a stake) or 1-2 ft apart with a stake.

$4.00

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