Here is what I am germinating this year. I have a lot of seed for most of the varieties, but a few varieties, I have no additional seed for. I'm hoping to save seed for those. I've focused on early varieties, mid season varieties, and late season varieties. I'm heavy in reds, blacks, and a few orange varieties. Next year, I plan on trying some green when ripe varieties.
I'm also growing the Juliet cherry variety because my Daughter loves them. They are indestructible and produce tons of tomatoes. I'm also growing the Black Cherry and Sungold varieties in hopes she will like them better and I can stop growing the Juliets.
I'm also growing the Gary Ibsen's Gold because they are the plants I started growing back in October to experiment on. My intent was to toss them when I was through with my experiments. They have become such large beautiful plants that supposedly produce a bright orange fruit, I couldn't force myself to toss them.
AL-KUFFA (2-3ft) deter, OP, 50 days, good taste, good yield, 6 oz, small plant (gift from mdvpc)
EARLY WONDER (3-4ft) deter, OP, 55 days, full flavor, heavy yield, 6 oz, compact plant (From Tomato Growers Supply)
HARNAS (3-4ft) det, 4oz, dark red, heavy production, globe oblate shaped, (trade from Earl)
SIBERIAN 2 (2-3ft) det, 60 days, 4 oz, heavy production, red globe shaped, (trade from Earl)
SIBERIAN BUSHY (2-3ft) deter, 58 days, vey bushy, rugose foliage, excellent taste, heavy production, 2oz fruit (trade from Earl)
ARBUZNYNI, (4-6ft) RL, dark color, good production, 60 to 75 days, some striping, excellent taste (trade from Earl)
BARLOW JAP (4-5ft) PL type. Pink to rose globe, average producer, some disease resistance, 75 to 80 day, very good IAN (trade from AnotherEarl)
BERKELEY TIE-DYE PINK(4-6ft) (HT) Early to mid-early, 65-75 days. indet. regular leaf. 8-12 oz. average. Some report low heat tolerance (Wild Boar Farms)
BLACK FROM TULA (4-6ft) indet, 69/80 days, medium size fruit, oblate, RL, OP, wispy foliage, red to black color, great taste, very productive (Tomato Growers Supply)
BLACK KRIM (HT) (4-6ft) 80 days, indet., regular leaf plant with high yields of large slightly flattened beefsteak, 4" in diameter, black-brown color, outstanding flavor (Gary Ibsens TomatoFest)
CARBON (4-6FT) indet, 69/80 days, OP, average 16 oz, pink to black color, rich flavor, productive, (trade with Kath)
DRUZBA (4-6ft) indet, medium size, 69/80 days, red globe, OP, RL, great taste, bushy plant (trade from Earl)
GREGORIÃ¢â‚¬â„¢S ALTAI (4-6ft) (HT) 69/80 days, indet, OP, large pink, productive beefsteak, early, excellent flavor ( from Karla)
INDIAN STRIPE (4-6ft) (HT) 80 days, indet., regular leaf, high yield of dusky dark pink/purple fruits, slight green shoulders, 6-10 oz, irregular fruit shape (Glecklers Seedmen)
MATINA (4-6FT) indt, OP, PL, 55-68 days, good production, red globe, 8 oz, disease resistant, (trade from Earl)
BERKELEY TIE-DYE (6-8ft)Mid-late to late, 75-90 days. indet. regular leaf plants. 8-16 oz. Fair to good production. green fruit with yellow and red stripes. Some heat tolerance (from Wild Boar Farms)
BIG BEEF (6-8FT) Hybrid, indet, 16oz fruit, heavy producer, red beefsteak, long season, (from JohnnyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s seed)
BLACK & BROWN BOAR (6-8ft) 75 days, indet., regular leaf, high yield of brownish green fruit, good flavor, long season production (Wild Boar Farms)
CUOSTRALEE (6-8ft)98 days, indet., regular leaf plant with high yield of red, fluted beefsteak type fruits, 8-19 oz, excellent flavor (Pinetree Seeds & Gary IbsenÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s TomatoFest)
GARY IBSENÃ¢â‚¬â„¢S GOLD (6-8ft) op, Indet, pl, gold colored globe shaped fruit, heavy producer, 14 oz, (Tomato Fest)
GIANT BELGIUM HEIRLOOM(6-8ft) 88 days. Open pollinated Heirloom. Indeterm. Pink, sweet/ tart, very tasty fruits average 2 lbs, but can get even larger. Fluted beef steak shape(Glecklers Seedmen)
JDÃ¢â‚¬â„¢S SPECIAL C TEX (6-8ft) (HT) 80 days, indet., regular leaf, pink black beefsteak fruit, 12-20 oz, outstanding flavor, high yield. (Glecklers Seedmen)
KBX (6-8ft) Late maturing, indet., potato leaf, bright orange fruits, medium-large beefsteak type, some ribbing, 8-16 oz, outstanding flavor, medium to high yield (Glecklers Seedmen)
SPUDAKEE PURPLE (6-8ft) Potato-leafed, indet, averages 12 ounces. Smooth maroon color. 70 days. (Glecklers Seedmen)
STUMP OF THE WORLD (6-8ft) (HT)indet., potato leaf, medium to high yield of large pink beefsteaks, 10-20 oz, very good to excellent sweet flavor, small core (Tomato Growers Supply)
TARASENKO 6 (6-8ft) indet,RL, OP, red beefsteak, 12oz, good production, good taste, 69-80 days, (Trade From Earl)
TOEDEBUSCH PINK (6-8ft) PL, OP, Indet, very large fruit, mid season, productive, (From Ruth)
WES(6-8ft)80-85 days, indet., regular wispy foliage, red heart, moderate production, great sweet taste (Glecklers Seedmen)
BLACK CHERRY (8ft+) cherry type, indet, produces all summer with a good black tomato flavor (Pinetree Seeds)
COWLICKS BRANDYWINE(8ft+) PL, Red, Meaty, Good production, Large plant, Large fruit, Late matureing(trade from kath)
JULIET (8ft +) hybrid, red cherry plum type, long season, heavy producer, (purchased seedling)
NEVES AZOREAN RED (8ft+) indet, beefsteak, large (over 1 lb), OP, 80 days, red (Tomato Growers Supply)
SUNGOLD (6-8FT) f1 hybrid, good producer, excellent flavor, cherry type, (from JohnnyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s seed)
(Thirty three varieties)
HT)=heat tolerant /
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