Heirloom Tomato Plants

If flavor is why your grow tomatoes, nothing beats an heirloom! Just as their name implies, heirlooms have been handed down through generations of farmers and gardeners, from family member to family member. Many of our prized heirloom varieties are known to have thrived since the 1800s.


Heirlooms are open-pollinated, meaning the seeds can be saved and when planted, will grow the same type of tomato. These tomatoes offer a wide range of flavors and will add unique colors and pleasing variety to your garden. For the most successful growth of your heirloom plants, we recommend using Tomato-tone as a soil additive.


All of our Heirloom Tomato Plants for sale are shipped with very well-established root systems. They ship according to our Spring Shipping schedule. We guarantee them to arrive alive and thriving.

Show product details for Amish Paste Heirloom Tomato Plant

Amish Paste Heirloom Tomato Plant

Price $4.75

The 'Amish Paste' Heirloom Tomato Plant produces the ideal tomato for sauces and canning. It has bright red 8-ounce fruit with rich, deep flavor that will not cook away. It's one of the most popular canning varieties. Amish Paste is an old Amish heirloom tomato dating back to the turn of the century. This moderately salt-tolerant tomato is excellent for slicing fresh and is only mildly acidic. Each 3-inch pot contains one Amish Paste Heirloom tomato plant.

Show product details for Arkansas Traveler Heirloom Tomato Plant

Arkansas Traveler Heirloom Tomato Plant

Price $4.75

The 'Arkansas Traveler' Heirloom Tomato Plant is tolerant of high heat, humidity and salty climates and is resistant to cracking, making it ideal for southern gardens. It is a dependable producer of medium-sized fruits with a juicy, mild-flavor that can weigh up to 6 ounces each. Each 3-inch pot contains one Arkansas Traveler Heirloom tomato plant.

Show product details for Black Krim Heirloom Tomato Plant

Black Krim Heirloom Tomato Plant

Price $4.75

The 'Black Krim' Heirloom Tomato Plant is one of our most unique tomatoes. It has a deep, dark red color that looks almost black and a deep reddish-green interior color. It will produce under adverse conditions, even tolerating salty soils well, and is the most reliable of the black tomato plants. Black Krim is an early-producing, flavorful heirloom from the Crimean peninsula of the Ukraine. The taste is rich and earthy, almost smoky; the fruit is beefsteak-sized and sets well in heat. Due to their naturally salty taste, sliced Black Krims do not require salting, which makes them ideal if you restrict table salt in your diet. Each 3-inch pot contains one Black Krim Heirloom tomato plant.

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BoxCar Willie Heirloom Tomato Plant

Price $4.75

The 'BoxCar Willie' Heirloom Tomato Plant produces delicious fruits weighing 10 to 16 ounces. The tomatoes are red in color with dark orange undertones, are extremely juicy, and have that good, old-fashioned flavor! Boxcar Willie is thought to be named for the King of the Hoboes. It is very high yielding, is disease resistant and moderately tolerant of salty climates. Each 3-inch pot contains one BoxCar Willie Heirloom tomato plant.

Show product details for Brandywine Black Heirloom Tomato Plant

Brandywine Black Heirloom Tomato Plant

Price $4.75

The 'Brandywine Black' Heirloom Tomato Plant has maroon red, large beefsteak fruit that has a juicy, sweet flesh which no one can resist. Each moderately salt-tolerant plant produces high yields of fruit, some weighing up to a whopping 2 pounds each. Brandywine Black Heirloom Tomatoes are excellent in salads and on sandwiches. Each 3-inch pot contains one Brandywine Black Heirloom tomato plant.

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Brandywine Pink Heirloom Tomato Plant

Price $4.75

The 'Brandywine Pink' Heirloom Tomato Plant dates back to the mid-1880s from strong Amish stock. This heirloom tomato has quite a following among gardeners and tomato connoisseurs. Brandywine tomatoes have won numerous taste tests and many tomato enthusiasts can hardly wait until their first Brandywine Pink of the season is ripe for the picking. These tomatoes average about 12 ounces but have often grown to 2 pounds. The reddish-pink fruits are borne on vigorous, moderately salt-tolerant vines; the flesh is creamy and the taste is superb. The fruits are flattened and irregular, perfect for sandwich slices. Each 3-inch pot contains one Brandywine Pink Heirloom tomato plant.

Show product details for Brandywine Red Heirloom Tomato Plant

Brandywine Red Heirloom Tomato Plant

Price $4.75

The 'Brandywine Red' Heirloom Tomato Plant dates back to 1885. It's one of the few tomato plants that will consistently produce 1 1/2-pound tomatoes. Moderately salt-tolerant, the leaves of the Brandywine Red Heirloom Tomato plant look similar to a potato plant's leaves. It produces extra-large, firm, clear-skinned, red fruits. Each 3-inch pot contains one Brandywine Red Heirloom tomato plant.

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Brandywine Yellow Heirloom Tomato Plant

Price $4.75

The 'Brandywine Yellow' Heirloom Tomato Plant has large yellow fruits with exceptional quality, creamy texture and delicious flavor. Fruit size is 6 inches on tall, moderately salt-tolerant vines. Brandywine Yellow is a golden-yellow version of Brandywine Heirlooms with fruits that tend to have a slightly rough texture, but have a rich, full flavor that is very uncharacteristic of yellow varieties. This is one of the best-tasting yellow tomatoes available. Each 3-inch pot contains one Brandywine Yellow Heirloom tomato plant.

Show product details for Caspian Pink Heirloom Tomato Plant

Caspian Pink Heirloom Tomato Plant

Price $4.75

The 'Caspian Pink' Tomato Plant has an awesome flavor! Many tomato connoisseurs prefer its taste to that of any other heirloom. The fruits are mild yet sweet, and are large, meaty and succulent; therefore the Caspian Pink lends itself well to slicing for garnish or sandwiches. It is somewhat flatter than many tomato varieties, providing a larger surface area for uniformly sized slices. The Caspian Pink was one of our most popular heirloom tomato plants last year. The plant bears large, beefsteak-type fruit on moderately salt-tolerant vines in about 80 days, with the average tomato weighing approximately 12 ounces. Like most tomatoes, the Caspian Pink ripens from the bottom up. By the time the shoulders have turned pink—hence its name—the flesh is perfectly ripe for eating right off the vine or adding to your favorite summer dishes. Each 3-inch pot contains one Caspian Pink Heirloom tomato plant.

Show product details for Cherokee Purple Heirloom Tomato Plant

Cherokee Purple Heirloom Tomato Plant

Price $4.75

The 'Cherokee Purple' Heirloom Tomato Plant produces a large, dark purple tomato on moderately salt-tolerant plants. It is thought to have come from the Cherokee gardeners in Tennessee. Often compared to Brandywine for its full and extremely sweet flavor, it has a rich, smoky taste. Cherokee Purple plants are very prolific, making them a good heirloom for home gardeners. The flesh is brick-red and slices are very attractive served on a plate. Plants make large vines that yield tomatoes fully 5 inches across and 3 1/2 inches deep. Each 3-inch pot contains one Cherokee Purple Heirloom tomato plant.

Show product details for Creole Heirloom Tomato Plant

Creole Heirloom Tomato Plant

Price $4.75

The 'Creole' Heirloom Tomato Plant produces well in hot, humid, and even salty environs. The medium, 3-4 inch, red fruits have full-bodied tomato flavor. Creole has high yields and fruits with firm flesh and good texture. Each 3-inch pot contains one Creole Heirloom tomato plant.

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Giant Belgian Pink Heirloom Tomato Plant

Price $4.75

The 'Giant Belgian Pink' Heirloom Tomato Plant has huge, sweet fruits that average 1 to 2 pounds with some weighing in at almost 5 pounds! It was one of last season's most popular heirloom varieties, even with our coastal growers. Giant Belgian Pink Heirloom Tomato's dark pink fruits feature a smooth blossom end, with low-acid, mild flavor and are so sweet they’ve been used in wine making. It has solid meat and hefty size, excellent for sandwich slices. Each 3-inch pot contains one Giant Belgian Pink Heirloom tomato plant.

Show product details for Mortgage Lifter Heirloom Tomato Plant

Mortgage Lifter Heirloom Tomato Plant

Price $4.75

The 'Mortgage Lifter' Heirloom Tomato Plant produces good yields of 1 to 2 pound mild-tasting, beefsteak tomatoes. Each tomato has few seeds and is only slightly smaller than Radiator Charlie's Tomatoes. Mortgage Lifter was created during the Great Depression by crossing German Johnson, Beefsteak, Italian, and English varieties, resulting in good salt-tolerance and incredible size; in turn, it helped the creator pay off his home mortgage, hence its unique moniker. Mortgage Lifter is a delicious variety for slicing and salads. Each 3-inch pot contains one Mortgage Lifter Heirloom tomato plant.

Show product details for Opalka Heirloom Tomato Plant

Opalka Heirloom Tomato Plant

Price $4.75

The 'Opalka Heirloom' Tomato plant produces roma-like tomatoes that are 4-5 inches long by 3 inches wide. Considered one of the best 'paste' tomatoes available today, they are meaty, deliciously sweet and have very few seeds. Clusters of 3-5 fruits hold well on the vine. This heirloom variety hails from Poland, but was brought to Amsterdam, New York around 1900. Opalka is a customer favorite all around the world, its moderately salt-tolerant vines prized for bearing the 'perfect' fruit for making tomato sauces and salsas. Each 3-inch pot contains one Opalka Heirloom tomato plant.

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Siberian Heirloom Tomato Plant

Price $4.75

Our 'Siberian' Heirloom Tomato Plant will set fruit at low temperatures—as low as 38 degrees! It is an outstanding cold weather tomato with 3-5 ounce bright red fruits. The Siberian Tomato is thought to have been smuggled out of Russia in 1975 and ended up in Canada. It will set clusters of 30 or more tomatoes on small, moderately salt-tolerant, bush-type plants. Each 3-inch pot contains one Siberian Heirloom tomato plant.