Over 60 varieties of heirloom tomato plants, from cherry to beefsteak, of all shapes and colours
Plants are approximately 6 inches tall, and $6 each
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The Tomato Gallery
A deep purple cherry tomato, 1 inch in size. Abundant and early producer and sweet tasting. Plants are large and sprawling.
A compact, very early variety that bears loads of 1-inch red fruit. No staking required. Ideal for planters and small gardens.
Also known as 'teaspoon' tomatoes, the small fruit is super sweet and excellent for snacking by grown-ups and children alike.
This is a large red cherry tomato that bears golf-ball sized fruit. Very sweet tasting and abundant. Grows well in pots.
A large cherry tomato that turns a golden green colour when ripe. The interior is green, with a juicy mild taste. A beautiful contrast when served with other tomatoes.
A red grape tomato the size and shape of a jumbo olive. Grows in long clusters and is perfect for snacking.
By far my favourite yellow cherry tomato, this variety is juicy and low in acid. An early and vigorous producer with excellent disease resistance. A lovely contrast in salads when combined with green, red and dark cherry varieties!
A beautiful pear-shaped cherry tomato, very similar to the variety Yellow Pear, with all the sweetness but without the cracking. A very abundant crop on a bushy plant.
The Bumblebee family (Pink, Purple and Sunrise) are a beautiful collection of large, striking cherry tomatoes. This pink variety has attractive yellow and orange streaking on the outside. The fruit is elongated and crack-resistant, with a sweet flavour.
Popular in America since the 18th century, this rare variety bears 1 1/2 inch, pear-shaped fruit, that is sweet and tasty.
Pre-1856, this rare German heirloom translates as a "giant bunch of grapes". The one-inch red fruit grows in clusters of 20-40 on a bushy plant. The fruit is mild-tasting, with a quirky tip on the bottom!
From Peru, this rare variety bears a large crop of pea-sized red fruit with a bold taste. Sprawling and vigorous plants yield loads of fruit, excellent for snacking.
Click on the variety to see image. Not all varieties are portrayed in the photo gallery. Check the 2021 Heirloom Tomato Plant List for detailed descriptions of all offerings.
Small to Medium Tomatoes
A popular favourite that hails from 1908, this dual purpose tomato is ideal for slicing as well as canning, due to its high acidity.
Named for a singer of the Grand Ole Opry, this variety bears slightly flattened, smooth fruit on tall plants. Well-balanced flavour and acidity make it ideal for both slicing and canning.
This golden orange tomato grows in clusters on a compact and bushy plant. Slightly tart and juicy with small seed cavities and few seeds.
A vibrant pink tomato the size of an egg, with a very sweet taste. Ideal for packing in lunches or adding to salads.
Developed in 1985, this striped tomato is a yellow-gold with pale green jagged streaks. The fruit is 2 inches and round, and very mild-tasting.
This Russian heirloom bears a rich dark fruit that is shaped like a small pear, and is an attractive addition to the plate. The plant is compact with potato leaf foliage.
A striking contrast in tomato salads, the green-yellow fruit is bursting with juicy, tart flavour. The plant is very compact and ideal for growing in small gardens.
It is a real treat to harvest tomatoes at season's end and know that you can continue to enjoy them for weeks! The bright red, small fruit is thick-skinned; if picked before frost, it will continue to ripen indoors.
Weighing up to 1 lb and grows in clusters of 2 to 3 tomatoes. The fruit is light green with a hint of yellow when ripe, with a pinkish-green interior. Meaty and delicious with a slightly acidic flavour and few seeds.
A late-bearing beefsteak with huge pinkish-red fruit that is tender, juicy and meaty. Smooth-shouldered with excellent flavour.
This variety bears mild-tasting fruit with very little cracking. It has interesting green streaking on the outside as it ripens to a purplish colour with green shoulders. Not a bushy plant but a good producer.
One of the first heirloom tomatoes to hit farmers' markets, this variety is highly regarded for its intense flavour. The thin-skinned fruit is maroon with green shoulders. Best picked before it's fully ripe as it is prone to cracking.
A late variety believed to have come from Cherokee gardeners of Tennessee pre-1890. The fruit is large and slightly ridged, and a deep rose colour. The flavour is rich and full - a favourite of heirloomists. Grows on large vines.
An award-winning variety that bears 1 lb, slightly ridged, yellow and red fruit. Juicy and sweet, it is a beautiful specimen of a bi-coloured tomato. Late-bearing.
A yellow-orange late season beefsteak with fruit weighing up to 1 1/2 lbs. Very sweet tasting, popular with chefs and markets.
This heirloom from Wisconsin produces very large, heart-shaped, meaty fruit on wispy foliage. While not a heavy producer, the fruit is excellent for drying and sauces.
A red paste heirloom of Yugoslavian descent. Not a heavy producer but bears larger fruit than Amish Paste, and is great for drying and sauces. Early and disease-resistant.
A mid-season, old Italian paste tomato that bears loads of small red 3-inch fruit on mid-sized plants. Very popular for its abundant crop and disease resistance.
A magnificently huge red tomato that reached 2 lbs in my garden. It has thick flesh and attractive ridges, and is a juicy yet meaty tomato. Excellent for sauces.