Main Season Red

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  • Tomato, Astrakhanskie

    Tomato, Astrakhanskie (Organic)


    Solanum lycopersicum. 70-75 days. Indet. Big, red beefsteak variety from the Astrakhan region of Russia. Always a big hit in our tomato patch. The appearance alone is all we could want in a beefsteak, and with flavor to match, Astrakhanskie is one of our go-to varieties when harvesting for the kitchen. What really gets us…

  • Tomato Deutsche FleissTomato Deutsche Fleiss

    Tomato, Deutsche Fleiss (Organic)


    Solanum lycopersicum. 70 days. Indet. Potato leaf. Huge amounts of 1½-2” perfect ballshaped, 2-3 oz fruit form in clusters of 7-8. Red and juicy with good tart tomato flavor. Good storing ability both on and off the plant. Deutsche Fleiss translates to ‘German diligence.’ It is consistently one of our highest yielding varieties. A Seed…

  • Tomato, Fakel (Organic)

    Tomato, Fakel (Organic)


    Solanum lycopersicum. Red Paste. 70-75 days. Det. Deep red, 2 ½” slightly oval, 2-3 oz fruit with exceptional sweet flavor on vigorous plants that are extremely prolific, even in cool conditions. Juicy and thick walled, these paste-type fruit are good for processing and also fresh eating. Fruit detaches without calyx. Russian variety, first brought from…

  • Tomato, Giant of Siebenburgen

    Tomato, Giant of Siebenburgen (Organic)


    Solanum lycopersicum. 80-85 days. Indet. Big, red oxheart shaped, 12-18 oz fruit with tender skin. This is a giant tomato, good for fresh eating but best broiled or cooked into soup or sauce. Sometimes one fruit is too much for one person to eat all at once. Late but high yields. We wait every year…

  • Tomato, Maria Nagy Giant (Organic)

    Tomato, Maria Nagy Giant (Organic)


    Solanum lycopersicum. 85 days. Indet. Large, perfect 10-16 oz globes have a really sweet, rich flavor. Late to come on but very productive once it gets going. The flavor is just incredible, making it well worth the wait. We all have our ideal red slicer criteria and this one meets ours for flavor, size, texture,…

  • Tomato, Martian Giant

    Tomato, Martian Giant (Organic)


    Solanum lycopersicum. 75-80 days. Indet. A great market tomato that rivals the hybrids. Bushy plants produce bright scarlet red, big and juicy, 8-10 oz fruit. Flavor is balanced and excellent. Martian Giant is a good choice for a main season tomato. The yield is a little late but very high. Collaboratively developed by Peace Seeds,…

  • Tomato, Mashenka

    Tomato, Mashenka (Organic)


    Solanum lycopersicum. 75 days. Indet. A high quality and high yielding medium-large, round, main season red slicer from Russia. Skin is always blemish free and slightly shiny. Meaty beefsteak type with dense, tasty flesh great for slicing fresh or canning. Fruit size is fairly large, but not giant, averaging around 12-14 oz. This variety is…

  • Organic Minusinsk’s Lion Tomato Seeds

    Tomato, Minusinsk Lion (Organic)


    Solanum lycopersicum. Red. 65-70 days. Indet. Another great Siberian tomato, Minusinsk Lion holds the perfect balance of giant fruit size and early ripening. These large red slicing tomatoes are definitely a surprise as we have seldom seen a tomato variety that produces so much so fast. Minusinsk Lion is not as early as a lot…

  • Tomato, Nevsky (Organic)


    Solanum lycopersicum. 70 days. Indet. Dwarf Another round, red, mid-season tomato? It takes a lot for a tomato to impress us these days and Nevsky surely did. Dwarf plants with good disease resistance produce fruit that hold late into the season when all other varieties succumb to wet, cold weather. Attractive, meaty, round, slightly flat,…

  • Organic Perfect Rogue Tomato SeedsOrganic Perfect Rogue Tomato Seeds

    Tomato, Perfect Rogue (Organic)


    Solanum lycopersicum. 70-75 days. Semi-det. Potato Leaf. 4-6 oz perfect, red globes with great flavor. Potato leaf type with uniquely large leaves that keep fruit well shaded on compact plants. Although nothing is perfect, we selected this variety from what many believe to be the perfect tomato, Early Girl F1. We focused on fruit size,…

  • Organic Petrillo Tomato SeedsOrganic Petrillo Tomato Seeds

    Tomato, Petrillo (Organic)


    Solanum lycopersicum. 70 days. Indet. Tall plants produce red, ruffled, fluted, 3-4″ fruit weighing 3-4 oz. A high yielding and beautiful tomato similar to the Italian variety Costoluto Genovese but earlier to mature. Good flavor with an excellent, slightly tart bite, Petrillo is perfect diced and thrown fresh into pasta or salad. Ripe fruit keep…

  • Pilu KS Tomato

    Tomato, Pilu KS (Organic)


    Solanum lycopersicum. 70-75 days. Indet. High quality, red greenhouse tomato bred in Germany for biodynamic agriculture. Seemingly endless clusters of 6 or 7 fruit can be harvested vine ripened by the bunch. The tennis ball shaped, 3 oz tomatoes make us think, “Wow! Can a tomato be more round?” Fruit begin ripening mid season and…

  • Tomato, Piroka

    Tomato, Piroka (Organic)


    Solanum lycopersicum. 75 days. Indet. A very delicious main season fresh slicing tomato. The medium-large, bright red globes are 5-7 oz and very productive. Selected for greenhouse production, Piroka also performs well outside. Great as a salad tomato or sliced on sandwiches. We want to grow it every year, the flavor and texture just can’t…

  • Tomato, Pusztakolosz

    Tomato, Pusztakolosz (Organic)


    Solanum lycopersicum. 80-85 days. Indet. Large, 5-6″ wide, 16-24 oz beefsteak fruit. Plants are very vigorous and have very leafy, thick growth. Originally from Cluj, a city in Transylvania, Romania. Many Hungarians live in Romania and the name Kolosz is the Hungarian name for Cluj. Puszta means prairie. Good thing Andrew looked that up because…

  • Tomato, Sasha's Altai

    Tomato, Sasha’s Altai (Organic)


    Solanum lycopersicum. 75 days. Semi-det. Another great main season, 4-6 oz, red tomato from Siberia that’s perfect for fresh eating. We are starting to specialize in Russian and Siberian tomatoes and for good reason—they’re awesome. Sasha’s Altai comes with a very special seed-explorerromantic story. It was originally brought to the US from Irkutsk by seedsman…

  • Tomato, Starfire (Organic)

    Tomato, Starfire (Organic)


    Solanum lycopersicum. 70 days. Det. With its big yields of 7-10 oz, plump red slicers, Starfire is a really good production tomato for the Willamette Valley. It would probably perform very well throughout the Pacific Northwest, if not the entire northern US. Flavor is very good and it’s nicely juicy. The vigorous bushy plants have…