Heirloom Tomato Collection
This years collection of seeds has been put together with five of my favourite varieties for an Heirloom Tomato Garden.
Inside you will find the beginning for a great summer salad, tomato sauce, and a colourful garden.
Varieties in this years collection include:
Paul Robeson, a beefsteak heirloom from Russia. This variety sets fruit early and we are usually enjoying its sweet flavour by August.
Stupice, a small salad tomato hailing from the former Czechoslovakia, this plant produces lots of 2" - 3" diameter fruit from mid July until the end of September.
Principe Borghese, as red grape tomato from Italy and used for sun drying. This also makes a great snacking tomato. Smaller plants, big production.
Rosso Sicilian, a flower shaped tomato excellent for stuffing, sauteed, or paste. Italian origins.
Coyote, a small, yellow cherry tomato hailing from the mountains of Mexico. Huge plants produce an abundance of little yellow sweet sweet sweet fruit. A favourite with kids.