A fabulous variety with a fabulous name, by Tom Wagner. Maturity: early, height: 1m, the fruit are globe shaped, weight: 100g each, coloring: green
and white with yellow and dark green stripes, pleasant taste.
Maturity: mid-season, the largest tomato in the world!!! The variety was created by Minnie Zaccaria from New Jersey by crossing two heirloom
varieties. For more than 10 years in US, this tomato wins all
the contests of the largest fruit and seems to be invincible.
Zaccaria have grown a fruit of 6kg, the average weight of its
fruit in the US is up to 3.5kg. Height: up to 2m, the stems are very thick, red flattened fruit of unusual irregular shape, maturity: mid-season, average
weight: about 1.5kg. Very tasty, one of the most delicious and
Maturity: ultra early, height: 1.2m, fruit are of the dark purple color, cone-shaped, like peppers. Is one of the first to ripe, the “wall” of fruit, honey flavor, weight: 300g each, yield up to 15 kg per a plant.
Maturity: early, height: 80cm, the plant is “velvety” by touch, the leaves are blue-colored, the fruit are colored red and blue, weight: about 70g each, sweet taste, juicy, the variety is still unstable so the size of fruits may be different.
A variety with high content of anthocyanins, maturity: ultra early, height: 1.1m, the fruit are globe shaped, weight 30-40g each, color changes from green to dark purple and then to pink-red with a purple blush when mature.
Height: up to 2m, maturity: mid-season, cherry tomato, pale yellow colored, with good fruit flavor. The seeds of this variety were got from some American woman called Galina, and named after Dr. Carolyn because she was the one who kept the first seeds of it. The plant is covered with fruit, yield: up to 20kg per a plant.
A masterpiece of the collection, height: 50cm, a variety from the University of Oregon. Has a true violet-blue, almost black color. fruit have the largest contain of anthocyanins. Weight: 50-90g each fruit, red flesh, taste like the ordinary tomatoes.
The name of the volcano mountain in the Bay of Naples (Italy). About 1944, in the neighborhood of this volcano the local population began to grow tomatoes very similar to this variety. Nowadays the tomatoes called “Piennolo” are still grown there, and they are used for ketchup, canning, etc. This is the best variety for pizza. Maturity: early, height: 1.2m, elongated fruit with a smooth pointed end, weight: 70g each, solid flesh.
Fruits are blue- colored, with the red bottom half when mature, globe shaped, weight: 70-80g each. The flesh is pinkish-red, flavourous. An interesting fact: the backside of leaves turns mulberry-colored when the weather is cold. Maturity: mid-season. Fruit contain a lot of vitamin C.
A good market tomato, perfect for
long transportation, maturity: mid-season, height: 1.3m,
perfect for greenhouses, the yield doubles when growing
outdoors. Fruit are globe shaped, red-colored, weight: 100-
150g each, suitable for storage for up to 1 month, good for
canning, fruit grow by clusters of 8-10 pcs, are available for
collecting in technical maturity and future storage (even longer
than for the ripe ones), yield: up to 25kg per a plant.
Obtained by crossing “Stupitsky” and “Chinese velvet” varieties, with the following selection in color. Height: to 1.5m. Fruit are globe shaped, coloring: pink with yellow stripes, weight: 40-60g each, fruit grow in clusters of 6 pcs. Has a pleasant sweet taste. The fruit can be dried for winter and then used for cooking soup of borsch, yield: 15kg per a plant.
The unique variety. This variety is one of the world's smallest (ten fruit can find enough room in a spoon), also it is the very first to get ripen. We ate the first ripe fruit on the 55th day after the emergence of seedlings. Height: up to 2m, red-colored fruit, very juicy and sweet. Leaves are round-shaped, an unusual decoration of the garden. I recommend it to everyone. The earliest-ripen tomato, kids' favorite, a very rare variety.