New for 2017
I am finally able to slow my roll a bit...
after adding almost 125 "New" varieties the last few years
there just aren't that many "new" introductions this year catching my eye -
But as always, there are a few :)
Additional varieties may be added at any time so check back often
*** Minimum order is only 5 plants ***
all prices include s/h
Due to a family crisis
order shipping will be delayed
until the third week of March
Brad Gates and his crew offer up awesome 'new' flavors everty year, all well woth trying :)
Sent along by Brad for us to trial here in Texas - won't you help?
Fruits are smooth, blemish-free and very juicy, with light-red interior in clusters of 4-6. Medium to high yield. Result of Marglobe x Marvana cross made in 1923. 60-70 days. From the awesome folfs at Victory Seeds.
Elongated green-when-ripe cherry.Darker green striping creates a distinctive appearance. Green Tiger has the greenish-yellow flesh color and bold, sweet and acidic flavor typical of green-when-ripe varieties. Great in mixes with the other Artisan tomatoes™; See also - Blush, Pink Tiger, Lucky Tiger
It does well in the hot humid tropics, and it should do well in the south; reputed to be very productive. The determinate - small bush plant is said to get so loaded with fruit that it needs support. Fruits are small about ½ oz. 80-85 days.
Many 'new' DWARF varieties
from the great folks at Victory Seeds
My second year to purchased from
DEEP diversity, with over 1,000 varieties of tomatoes alone, not to mention other cool veggies...
check them out when you get the chance!
Descriptions will be copied directly from their website,
along with most photos - all their's!
These were AWESOME in my trials last year, for production and flavor. "Early. Indet. plants with dark green regular foliage. It is a prolific bloomer, sets fruit early and produces loads of large round orange cherry fruits with apricot-colored flesh, some up to 2" in diameter. Delicious sweet flavor." from Tatiana's
I have offered these before, and am glad to bring them back this year - great for pasting, canning and all around munching!
From the most amazing folks at
From Diana's Seed Shop
a handful of tasty finds
A surprising "Best Seller" last year... I'll double production for '16. Medium-size fruits that are tangerine-orange with purple speckles and blotches on the top half. The purple coloring is the result of anthocyanin pigment in the skin. Weighs 4-10 ounces. Sweet and mild. I grew these here in Boerne a few years back and couldn't stop the production! A rare variety; Diana's is one of the very few seed sources of this fine fruit!!!.
This is a beautiful ornamental tomato is fuzzy like a peach, an interesting botanical oddity known at pubescence. Indeterminate, regular-leaf (well not too regular) plants with a fuzzy, blue-gray "fur" on the leaves. Plant yields an abundance of 1-inch, red, super-sweet cherry tomatoes that also have a slight silvery fuzz on them which causes the red to appear less than red. A spectacular novelty tomato. Rare tomato seeds. This is great selection for a patio garden.
"Huge clusters of pale yellow, oval shaped cherry tomatoes. Very good, sweet flavor. Huge harvest potential. Come from the largest cherry tomato clusters I have ever seen." - Text & photo from WBF (c)
"This tomato is the result of an educated guess, a whole lot of luck and years of selecting the best of the best from hundreds of tomato plants over 5 generations. This is the darkest tomato we know of and is likely a nutritional powerhouse as anthocyanin can be seen forming in the flesh for the tomato under the smooth black skin.
Flavor potential is excellent. Rich, smooth and savory with earthy tones.
Dave Kaiser, tomato junkie from Baker Creek tasted it at the 2015 National Heirloom Exposition and proclaimed it as the BEST tomato he had ever eaten." Text & Photo from WBF (c)
Flavor is very good, much like a good bi-color. Sweet with fruity tones. Very meaty, very few seeds. One of the best varieties I have seen for heat tolerance. Very good ability to stay ripe on the vine and stay edible. (sometimes getting better) Excellent post harvest storage ability. (Last night i ate some that were picked 27 days ago and where excellent. This is an amazing variety" Text & photo from WBF (c)
out of Florida