Beautiful bright red, medium-sized fruits are borne on strong vines. This very early hybrid has significantly better flavor than other early varieties. It is a proven dependable producer of 4 – 5 oz tomatoes.
A breakthrough in breeding, thistomato is actually healthier for you than others you can grow or buy. Packed with the 50% more of the beneficial antioxidant lycopene, this prolific saladette produces a bountiful crop of 4 oz., sweet red fruits.
Developed specifically for home gardeners, its sugar-like flavor ranks among the sweetest of all mid-size tomatoes. Fruits average up to 6 oz. in size. Plants are very disease resistant. A perfect choice for any garden.
Jetsetter delivers great "real tomato" flavor in large, 8 oz. fruits that are smooth, juicy, flattened globes, with consistent yields and good disease resistance. Those in the South can get a great early harvest from this variety.
60 days. This red, 1-oz. tomato is produced in grape-like clusters on long, vigorous, indeterminate vines. This 1-inch-long fruit is elongated, with a sweet flavor, attractive glossy skin, and good crack resistance.
A Utah favorite with old fashioned tomato flavor. This is an outstanding canner developed at USU specifically for the intermountain area. Moderately large thick walled fruit. Good for those who prefer the more acidy tomato flavor to the sweet.
Approximately 65 days to maturity from transplant. This tomato that combines earliness with large size and good flavor. Plants are cool weather resistant and have compact determinate vines that don't require staking. An excellent early variety.
Heavy producer of pink fruits, averaging 6 to 8 oz. Fruits are very sweet extremely crack-resistant and low in acid. Rich flavor and superior quality in a disease resistant variety. A season-long high yielder. Indeterminate. 76 days to maturity.
Red Cherry produces uniform, firm, sweet cherry tomatoes of the preferred commercial size (1.25 inches). Great for home gardens, too. This tomato is vigorous, grows tall, and produces a big yield over an extended season.