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The tomato is one of the most common garden vegetables worldwide. It is a solanaceous plant that produces fruit of various shapes, sizes and colors. Growth of tomato plants is described as either determinate or indeterminate. Determinate varieties produce compact plants that stop growing when fruit sets on the top bud; fruits mature at about the same time with no additional setting of fruit. Indeterminate varieties result in vining plants that produce fruit over a long period of time and do not ripen all at once. Indeterminate varieties require more support, using cages or trellises, than determinate varieties.


An old standard tomato variety with beautiful, large red fruit that has superb classic tomato flavor. 85 days to maturity. Fruit can weigh up to 450-900 grams.

Caro Rich

Determinate, large beefsteak variety with fruit that weigh around 300 grams. Fruit has 10 times as much as beta carotene as other tomatoes. This variety is very low in acid. 80 days to maturity.


A medium-large, indeterminate red slicing tomato developed from the ‘Beefsteak’ variety. 77 days to maturity.


Developed by the University of Florida. It is resistant to Verticillium and Fusarium Wilt Races 1 & 2 and Gray Leafspot. Suited to warm humid climates. It can be grown free-standing or staked and takes 80-85 days to maturity.


Determinate variety developed by the University of Florida that shows resistance to Verticillium and Fusarium Wilt, Grey Leafspot, Blossom end rot, Black shoulder, Catface, and cracking. 70 to 80 days to maturity. Red globe fruit weighing 170g.

Homestead 24

Determinate wilt and heat resistant tomato with firm tasty flesh that is crack-resistant. Fruit weighs 225-340 grams. 83 days to maturity. 


Determinate, red grape tomato from Hawaii that produces prolifically. 75-80 days to maturity.

Matt's Wild Cherry

An indeterminate variety with deep-red round fruits measuring 0.5 cm-2 cm in diameter. Fruit is tender, smooth, and sweet. This variety shows some resistance to early blight and late blight. Fruits split easily and are not good for market sale. Requires staking or trellising. 55 days to maturity.

Roma VFN

Determinate, red pear tomato used fresh or for paste. It is disease resistant and matures in approximately 75 days.

Tropic VFN

An indeterminate tomato developed by the University of Florida for withstanding the warm humid climates of the tropics. The plants should be staked for high yields of large (250g) red fruit. 82 days to maturity. It is resistant to Verticillium Wilt, Fusarium Wilt 1, Alternaria Stem Canker, Root-Knot Nematode, Early Blight, Tobacco Mosaic Virus 1 & 4, Gray Leaf Spot, Gray wall, Leaf mold, and cracking.


Determinate variety developed at the University of Florida Bradenton experiment station by Dr. Walter. It is resistant to Fusarium Wilt 1 & 2 and Gray Leaf Spot. The red fruit weighs approximately 225 grams. 75 days to maturity.

Yellow Pear

An indeterminate productive variety with small, yellow pear-shaped fruit. Fruits weigh 112 grams, resist cracking, and are tangy and bite-sized. Resistant to Verticillium Wilt and Fusarium Wilt. 75 days to maturity. 


Medium sized variety, producing dark red fruit. Indeterminate.

Deep Red Fat Bumpy

Mashed for tomato sauce or soup, a little sweet


Similar care and flavor as Tommy Toe

Columbia Yellow

Mild flavor, not sour, tolerant and very productive.

Tommy Toe

Similar looking to Sansai variety, but less yield. An heirloom cherry tomato variety, well known for its juiciness and flavor as well as general disease resistance. Fruits are 2.5 cm (1 in) and prolific.

San Sai

Round fruit 10 cm (4 inches) and disease resistance

Mae Tha

Large sweet variety that can be used for making tomato sauce.


Small, cherry tomato variety. Grows easily on almost any soil as an annual vegetable. Produces many sour/ sweet fruits with bumpy shape.

Sweet Treats

Dark Zebra

Large variety, sweeter than Mae Tha variety that can be eat raw and used for making tomato sauce.

Sweet Cherry

Small, sweet, cherry variety. Grows easily.