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Non-Hybrid ''Tomatos'' Seed Pack 12-Varieties
Non-Hybrid ''Tomatos'' Seed Pack 12-Varieties
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There are a great many (around 7500) tomato varieties grown for various purposes. Heirloom tomatoes are becoming increasingly popular, particularly among home gardeners and organic producers, since they tend to produce more interesting and flavorful crops. The Heirloom Organics Heirloom Tomato Pack contains many of the most popular Heirloom Varieties available today. You will enjoy the colors and flavors of the old original varieties in your own garden.
  • 12 Varieties (detailed seed list below)
  • 420+ Seeds
  • 100% Non-GMO
  • Non-Hybrid Seeds – Plants will continue to product seeds for the next year’s harvest.
  • 100% American Grown
  • Highest SEED COUNT for the money
  • Long Term Shelf Life – Provides up to DOUBLE the shelf-life of other seeds (7+ years) USDA developed moisture reduction method for long-term storage.
 
Amish Paste
First acquired from Amish communities of Pennsylvania, Amish Paste tomatoes are know for their juicy, thick texture and succulent taste. They are an indeterminate variety, and require roughly 3 months from transplant to reach maturity and weights of 8 ounces or more. Amish Paste tomatoes are great eaten fresh in salads, and are also a good choice for sauces and purees.
Black Krim
Native to Russia, Black Krims produce beefsteak-type tomatoes that can show unique dark violet coloration when given plenty of sun exposure. They are indeterminate, and typically require 70-90 days to reach maturity after transplant. Black Krim are renowned for their great, mildy-tart taste.
Brandywine Pink
Brandywine tomatoes are among the oldest heirloom tomato varieties, and have been grown for well over 100 years. They produce a large, slightly sweet, pink, beefsteak tomato that can weigh 1 1/2 pounds. Time to maturation can be as long as 100 days after tranplanting. Indeterminate growing vines can reach 9 feet in height with plenty of light and heat.
Cherokee Purple
Ripens to a green color, with cream/yellow spots and stripes. The flavor is generally considered excellent and this variety often makes top ten lists for its taste.
Green Zebra
Green Zebra tomato plants produce relatively small (1/2 pound) green and yellow striped tomatoes. They are indeterminate growers and require around 80 days to mature after transplanting.
Mortgage Lifter
Mortgage Lifter tomatoes were developed by Willam Estler of Barboursville, West Virginia in the 1920s. According to lore, the unique and extraordinary taste of these tomatoes proved to be such a success that Mr. Estler was able to pay off his home mortgage within a few years by selling plants of this variety. The plants are indeterminate growers, and come to maturity 70-85 days after transplanting. Mortgage Lifter tomatoes are known for their sweet, rich flavor and prodigious size, with the beefsteak tomatoes sometimes reaching 2 pounds!
Pondorosa Pink
Ponderosa tomatoes are flavorful and meaty-and are a great choice for those looking for a tomato with low acidity. The large, pink beefsteak tomatoes typically need about 95 days to mature after transplanting. Vines are indeterminate growers.
Red Currant
Red Currant plants produce copious quantities of small (~1/2" diameter), deep red tomatoes that are exceptionally sweet and packed with flavor. They typically require around 75 days to reach maturity, and make a good choice for containers and hanging baskets, though they are indeterminate growers.
Red Strawberry
Strawberry tomatoes are native to Germany, and typically reach weights between 10-16 ounces. It requires around 80 days for the red, strawberry shaped fruits to reach maturity. Plants are indeterminate growers. Strawberry tomatoes are especially well-suited as slicers, and make an ideal addition to sandwiches and salads.
Siberian
Siberian tomatoes are unique in their tolerance of cool conditions, relative to other tomatoes. The can be successfully germinated at slightly lower temperatures than other varieties that typically need a starting medium temp of 75 degrees F or higher. Additionally, Siberian tomatoes can be grown in a shorter growing season, typically requiring 60-70 days after transplanting. The small, round tomatoes are versatile, and are especially well-suited for sauces, juices, and pastes. Siberian tomato plants are determinate growers, typically reaching 6-8' feet tall.
Tomatillo
Tomatillos have a slightly tangy or citrus taste and are a key ingredient in many traditional Mexican dishes. The enclosed fruit is housed in a delicate husk that resembles a green lantern. Tomatillos will not cross with tomatoes, though both are members of the Nightshade (or Tomato) family Solanaceae. Tomatillo varieties include De Milpa, Purple and Verde.
Yellow Plum
Yellow Plum tomatoes are flavorful and make a great slicer. Healthy plants will produce good quantities of the small, plum-shaped fruits. Indeterminate growers typically require 75-80 days to reach maturity after transplanting.
 
Seed Type: Oz. Count*
Tomato: Amish Paste
Tomato: Black Krim
Tomato: Brandywine Pink
Tomato: Cherokee Purple
Tomato: Green Zebra
Tomato: Mortgage Lifter
Tomato: Ponderosa Pink
Tomato: Red Currant
Tomato: Red Strawberry
Tomato: Siberian
Tomato: Tomatillo Verde
Tomato: Yellow Plum
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Heirloom Organics Non-Hybrid Seed Packs are the largest quantity of seeds for the money, by count and weight, that can you buy. Our seed packs are designed for big gardens with LOTS of seed for storage. Our seed packs are designed to deliver bulk seed quantity, at wholesale prices, in integrated packs designed for specific environments. Heirloom Organics Seed Packs list seed counts and weights on each pack so you know what you are getting. We don’t use little “packets” like you see in the store, with a pinch of seeds in each envelope. We use substantial amounts of each variety so you have plenty of seed for now and the future. Even for bartering should you need it!
 
Our seed packs are sold in well-designed, integrated, packs so we can deliver wholesale weights and pricing as well as a good balance of varieties for nutrition, growing environment and storage needs. Each seed pack is specifically designed to support your family’s needs and conditions depending on where you live, how many are in your family/group and what your nutritional and storage needs are. Heirloom Organics Non-Hybrid Seed Packs provide not only the largest quantity of seed for the purchase price, but packaged properly for long term storage as well. Early indicators of seed shortages have emerged.
 
Heirloom Organics Non-Hybrid Seed Packs are processed for long-term storage, increasing the shelf-life of our seeds by many years. We use the methods developed and approved by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) for processing and packaging seeds for long-term storage. Heirloom Organics is the only supplier of seeds that has studied and implemented these methods developed by the USDA. No other seeds available today incorporate these advanced methods for seed packaging and storage. Heirloom Organics Seed Packs are truly the food source of tomorrow, packaged with advanced storage methods today.
 
All seeds have on average between 5-7 years shelf life is store under the right conditions. The shelf life varies per the variety of the seed, but each pack is marked with the manufacturer date and expiration date. Each variety of seed has its own natural seed life. On any of the seeds that have been prepared for long term storage we have DOUBLED the natural shelf life of the seeds. For longest storage life, you should store the seeds in a cool and dry place. There are desiccants in the buckets that can be reused if the bucket is opened. You can store seeds in a refrigerator or the freezer or a cool, dry closet. If you freeze them, do not thaw and refreeze. If you do choose to plant them and harvest the seeds, remember that those seeds will keep for however long the natural shelf life is for that variety.

Due to ongoing seed shortages, seed varieties subject to change without notice. Replacements will be as close as possible and will be included in your order documentation. 

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