Tomato - Green

(14 varieties to choose from)

 

Aunt Ruby’s German Green- Mid-season, Indeterminate, Regular Leaf, our strain does not always produce large fruits but fruits from this variety should be about a pound, somewhat spicy and sweet, fruits may be irregular in shape and show irregularities, family heirloom of Ruby Arnold of Tennessee.  UNAVAILABLE FOR 2019 

Cherokee Green - Mid-season, Indeterminate, Regular Leaf, high yield of oblate, sometimes ribbed fruits, about 10 to 12 oz., excellent taste, a stable mutation from the variety Cherokee Chocolate. Pkt. $3.00  (Limit 1 Pkt.)  Certified Organic Seed

Dwarf Emerald Giant - Mid-season, Semi-determinate, Rugose dwarf leaf type.  Large flat fruit between 12 to 16 oz.  Fruit is sparse but flavorful.  Pkt. $2.25  Certified Organic Seed. OSSI pledged variety

Dwarf Jade Beauty - Mid-season, Rugose, Potato Leaf, 2 to 4 oz., productive, deep green smooth and round fruits.  Barely change color upon ripening though a pale pink blossom end blush develops on many fruits.  Bright green flesh, balanced, full and delicious flavor.  Very stout central stem growing to 4 feet or more.  One of the more productive new Dwarf varieties.  Dwarf Jade Beauty originated from a cross between Golden Dwarf Champion (a medium fruited yellow dwarf) and Green Giant, made in 2006 by Patrina Nuske Small in Australia, and named Sneezy.  The variety was selected and named by Craig Le Houllier after the gemstone Jade, which exhibits coloring similar to the tomato.  Others involved in its development Lisa Moore, Richard Watson (from New Zealand), Howard Kushner, and Bill Minkey.    UNAVAILABLE FOR 2019 OSSI pledged variety

Evergreen- Mid-season, Indeterminate, Regular Leaf, high yield of 10 to 12 oz. oblate green fruits with an amber blush, juicy and sweet as are most green when ripe.  Pkt. $1.75  Certified Organic Seed

Green Giant - Mid-season, Indeterminate, Potato Leaf, stays green all the way to the end, not yellowing like most green tomatoes.  Large, ribby fruits that are not particularly seedy. Pkt. $2.50  Certified Organic Seed

Garden Lime- Mid-season, Indeterminate, oblate, semi-sweet, 12 oz., greenish golden fruits.  Pkt. $1.75  Certified Organic Seed

 

Green Pineapple -  Mid-season, Indeterminate, oblate, 10 to 12 oz.  greenish fruits.  Pkt. $2.00  (Limit 1 Pkt.)  Certified Organic Seed

 

Green Zebra- Late, Indeterminate, Regular Leaf, high yield of 2 to 4 oz. fruits, gold/green stripes on dark green fruits, on the sweet side for some folks, but not all, bred by Tom Wagner.  Pkt. $2.25  Certified Organic Seed

Grub’s Mystery Green- Mid-season, Indeterminate, Potato Leaf, high yield of 8 to 12 oz. green-gold beefsteak type fruits with excellent flavor.  From David “Grub” Lockwood of Sydney, Australia.  Pkt. $3.00  (Limit 1 Pkt.) Certified Organic Seed

Lime Green Salad- Mid-season, Determinate, bush type, 2 to 4 oz. salad tomato.  Fruits are green streaked with yellow.   Pkt. $2.50  Certified Organic Seed

Malachite Box (Malakhitovaya Shkatulka)- Mid-season, Indeterminate, Regular Leaf, wonderful green globe, bottom turns light yellow when ripe.  A Russian variety bred in Siberia.  Pkt. $2.00 Certified Organic Seed

Moldovan Green- Mid-season, Indeterminate, 10 oz., semi flattened, green-gold colored fruits, above average yields.  Pkt. $1.75  Certified Organic Seed

 

White Zebra- Mid-season, Indeterminate, Regular Leaf.  A slightly paler version of Green Zebra, not truly white but  a light green. Pkt. $3.00 Certified Organic Seed

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Heirloom Seeds & Poultry

1878 230th Street

Calamus, IA 52729

563-246-2299

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