Organic Tomato Seeds
Garden Harvest Supply offers a wide variety of certified organic, non-GMO Tomato Seeds for sale, ensuring the plants will produce a nutritious harvest that is free of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. Seeds are generally started inside 7 weeks before your transplant date. Allow 7-14 days for the tomato seeds to sprout. Transplanting can be done once the soil temperature has reached 55 degrees. Each plant produces approximately 15 pounds of fresh tomatoes. To ensure both freshness and quality, we hand-fill every tomato seed packet.
Organic Amish Paste Tomato Seed is an heirloom variety that produces plum-shaped, 8-12-oz. fruits that have a rich, sweet flavor and meaty texture; making them ideal for canning and sauce making. Grow this one and you will see why it has been cherished by gardeners for over 100 years! 80 days to harvest. Approximately 60 seeds per packet.
Beefsteak Tomato produces plants yielding extremely large 2-lb juicy tomatoes. its excellent flavor and meaty texture make it ideal for fresh eating, cooking, using in salads, and for canning! This heirloom tomato is also known as Red Ponderosa & Crimson Cushion. Staking is recommended. 80 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Big Rainbow Tomato produces an heirloom tomato which brings extraordinary color and flavor to your summer dining experiences. A feast for the eyes, the exterior flesh is a virtual rainbow of green to variegated light yellow to orange and pink to bright red as it matures, while the interior is golden at the top, blending to red at the bottom. The massive fruit often tops 2-lbs, while the fleshy beefsteak-type texture makes this the perfect slicing tomato. The flavor is mild and sweet. 80 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Black Prince Tomato is a workhorse at producing medium-sized, uniformly wonderful, mahogany brownish-red fruit that is more resistant to cracking than many heirloom varieties. It offers a wine-like, rich flavor and a juicy interior that is low in acid. It grows well in cooler climates. 85 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Bonny Best Tomato produces a plant that bears an abundance of medium-sized fruits, normally up to 8-ounces, and is excellent for slicing and canning. This is a favorite heirloom variety because it has very firm flesh with few seeds and the bright scarlet coloring pops in salads. Early, prolific, and a superb taste make this tomato highly sought after. 70 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Brandywine Pink Tomato produces an heirloom tomato which is considered by many gardeners to be the best-tasting tomato in the world; its gourmet flavor has won numerous taste tests. It offers large pinkish-red fruits that are borne on vigorous vines with “potato-leaf” foliage. Its large 1-pound fruits are flattened and irregular. 80 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Brandywine Yellow Tomato produces an heirloom tomato which bears large yellowy-orange fruits of exceptional quality and a creamy texture. Fruit size is normally 4-6 inches and can weigh up to 2-lbs., growing on tall, regular-leafed vines. Fruits tend to be somewhat irregularly shaped, but have a rich, full flavor that is considered to be one of the best-tasting yellow tomatoes available. 85 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Caspian Pink Tomato is an ancient Russian that is often compared to Brandywine when it comes to flavor. The oblate (slightly flattened) shape makes it a perfect slicing tomato. The large, meaty, succulent fruits have a mild and sweet flavor and average right around 12-ounces each. This indeterminate tomato will fruit prolifically throughout the season. Just wait for the shoulders to turn pink before picking. 75 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Golden Jubilee Tomato is an old heirloom that was an All-America Selections winner in 1943 and is still one of the favorite yellow varieties being grown in gardens today. Having low acid and exceptional flavor, and said to peel like it has been blanched, this variety makes an outstanding juicing tomato, canning tomato and salsa tomato; yummy goodness all season long from this indeterminate plant! 70 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Great White Tomato produced a plant that bears large creamy white fruit that will often have a yellow tinge on the top when fully ripe. Fruit consistently weighs over a pound and often grows up to 2 lbs. Vigorous leafy vines provide good protection against sunscald on the fruit and this variety is not only drought resistant, but it’s crack resistant, as well. The fruit is only slightly acidic, has few seeds, and a flavor that has been described as melon-like. 80 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Green Zebra Tomato produces a unique, medium-sized tomato that ripens to a golden green and then to a hearty gold with emerald green stripes. Its flavor is generally considered excellent, often described as lemon-limey; this variety regularly makes top ten lists for its taste and some gourmet chefs insist on using this variety. It is used heavily in salads and salsa for its mild, sweet-acidic flavor blend and for its unusual coloring. Its skin is very smooth and free of cracks and creases. Wait to pick until it starts to turn golden between the dark stripes. Tomatoes are about 3 inches in diameter. 80 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Hillbilly West Virginia Tomato is also just called the Hillbilly, probably because it is an old heirloom originally from West Virginia. One of the brightest and prettiest heirloom tomato varieties, these beefsteak-like fruits are rich golden yellow and splashed liberally with red, from the blossom end almost to the plump, fluted golden shoulders. These indeterminate plants are heavy producers, bearing large, sweet and juicy, 1-pound fruit that is dappled red and golden orange on the inside. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Homestead Tomato is also called Homestead 24 and is an heirloom variety introduced by the Asgrow Seed Company of New Haven, Connecticut in 1956. Producing extremely meaty, 7 to 8-ounce fruits, Homestead is consistently firm and uniform in size and presentation. This determinate plant will set fruit under a wide variety of conditions, including the hot and humid conditions of the South. 80 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Large Red Cherry Tomato produces clusters of large, 1.5” to 2”, cherry-type tomatoes with exceptionally full flavor and that are uniformly round and blemish-free. The plants are extremely vigorous and will have high yields. These are an all-around versatile cherry that is just as good right out of the garden as they are tossed in a salad, prepared in your favorite salsa or canned. 70 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Marion Tomato yields medium-sized fruit, averaging 6 to 8 ounces on indeterminate vines and is well suited to growing in southern climates. The smooth skins and pretty globe-shaped fruit are resistant to cracking, fusarium wilt and gray leaf spot. 70 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Moskvich Tomato yields one of the earliest tomatoes in your garden, this Russian, semi-determinate heirloom tolerating, in fact, thriving in cooler springtime temperatures. Producing smaller fruits, averaging 4 to 6 ounces that is described as having outstandingly good flavor and is considered an all-around versatile tomato for eating fresh, for cooking with or for canning. 55 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Old German Tomato produces an heirloom fruit with brilliant golden to orangey-yellow shoulders with scarlet-red and pink stripes extending down to a more solidly red bottom. The interior flesh mimics the exterior color, making it an eye-catching addition to salads or the perfect garnish nestled on a lettuce leaf. Fruits often weigh over a pound and it is considered to be one of the best slicing tomatoes on the market. The old time flavor is remarkable. 70 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Porter Tomato produces plants that have long been a favorite of southwestern gardeners. They yield huge quantities of dark rose-colored, thin-skinned, plum- or roma-shaped tomatoes that are meaty and versatile. Grows well in hot and dry conditions. Makes a good container plant. 75 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Roma Tomato produces a plant which has compact vines that produce an abundance of the 3’’ pear- or plum-shaped fruit. The fruit has a solid smooth, tomato-red skin, few seeds and dense, meaty flesh. The Roma remains one of the most popular varieties for paste, sauces and canning and has a high resistance to disease. 65 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
San Marzano (Indeterminate) Tomato produces an heirloom with a colorful history. It is believed that the first seeds of this variety were gifted from the Kingdom of Peru to the Kingdom of Naples, arriving in Campania, Italy around 1770. A variety of plum tomato, it is meatier, has less seeds and grows longer and thinner than the Roma. It is also considered to be the best ‘sauce’ tomato in the world. The flavor is much stronger than the Roma, described as sweeter and less acidic. This 2-3 inch tomato looks similar to a large chili pepper and grows in bunches. Due to the thicker skin, the San Marzano is also crack resistant. 65 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
St. Pierre Tomato produces a tomato that looks remarkably like the ‘hot-house’ tomatoes you might get in the grocery store that you pay an exorbitant price for, though the flavor will be something else again. On sturdy, regular-leafed vines, this open pollinated heirloom is a good mid to late season producer of 4 to 6 ounce, nicely round globes with full color and smooth, blemish-free skin and extremely tasty flesh. This indeterminate variety will produce well, even in cooler climates, and will often continue to fruit right up until the first frost of the season. 75 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Stupice Tomato produces an heirloom variety hailing from the Morzuich section of the Czech Republic. This potato-leaf variety produces 2-5 ounce juicy, scarlet-red fruit and is almost guaranteed to be the first plant to put on tomatoes. Extremely cold-resistant and hardy, plants will produce an average of 87 fruits. The flavor is sweet, yet tangy and is great for eating fresh or for canning. 52 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Sunray Tomato is an indeterminate plant that bears orange fruit with a decidedly golden hue that are fairly uniform in size, globular in shape, weigh up to 7-ounces and have good resistance to fusarium wilt and verticillium wilt. Widely adaptable, Sunray performs well in most parts of the U.S. 70 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Sweetie Tomato is, as the name implies, sweet. With one of the highest sugar contents of any cherry tomatoes, Sweetie will be lucky to make it to the table, instead falling victim to any who happen to spy the lovely red clusters of bite-sized tomatoes hanging on the vigorous vines. However, what does make it to the kitchen will prove to have a firm texture and will be equally delicious when eaten fresh, added to a salad, chopped for relishes or canned. An indeterminate variety, Sweetie has proven over and over again that she knows how to perform, even through weeks of un-summerlike cool temperatures and rain. 65 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Tangerine Tomato is an indeterminate heirloom variety with a rich and tasty flavor that stimulates the appetite. Tangerine was proven to have more lycopene, a much-heralded antioxidant, than many red varieties. Producing large, tangerine-orange beefsteak type tomatoes, Tangerine makes an excellent slicer and is highly sought after in farmer’s markets. 65 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Thessaloniki Tomato was developed to withstand the bright, hot summers of Greece. It has dense foliage to help protect the tender fruit from sunscald. This indeterminate plant produces well-rounded, uniformly-shaped, baseball-sized fruit that goes through a metamorphosis from the hues of orangey-yellow sunsets to rich, deep tomato-red and is resistant to cracks, spots and fungus. The blossom end has that “just out of the hothouse” appearance, while the flavor is mildly rich. 70 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Tiny Tim Tomato is, as indicated by the name, a true dwarf tomato plant of the determinate variety. Yielding 3/4" tomatoes, seemingly braided into clusters, the fruit is juicy with an exceptional sweet/tart, traditional tomato flavor. Bearing fruit early, you can grow it in containers on your deck or patio, or in the garden. We recommend it for those living where the growing season is short. In containers, Tiny Tim will only grow 10 to 18-inches tall, and only a little above that in the garden. 45 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Valencia Tomato is an orange heirloom variety hailing from Maine. Ripening earlier than many heirlooms, especially of the orange indeterminate variety, Valencia is recommended for those with a short growing season. Averaging 8 to 10-ounces in size, these sunny orange fruits are considered among the best when it comes to flavor and texture. Meaty, with few seeds, the exterior is always smooth and firm, while it has a sweet and tangy flavor. 75 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Yellow Cherry Tomato produces oodles of bright yellow, sometimes orangey-yellow tomatoes that are just the right size to pop in your mouth. Anyone who grows cherry tomatoes knows that you can’t just have one color. Mix these small, flavorful, golden gems with the Chadwick or the Red Pear and add more life to that salad bowl! 60 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.
Yellow Stuffer Tomato produces sunny yellow tomatoes that very closely resemble a bell pepper. Having a central seed core, similar to a bell; thick walls, as do some bells and 3 or 4 lobes, just like a bell pepper, the flavor will tell you that this is definitely a tomato, not a bell pepper. In fact, you can do so much more with a stuffing tomato than you can a bell; serving them hot or cold with any number of stuffings, such as tuna salad, chicken salad, seafood salad, rice and beef, macaroni and cheese…you name it! 60 days to harvest. Approximately 60 organic seeds per packet.