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Our 2023 seedlings are coming in late spring…. As always we have a great selection of heirlooms that are adapted to our growing conditions on the Island, plus a few new varieties that we are trying this year. Herbs,
then tomatoes, cucumbers, squash and more. All varieties are open-pollinated and chemical-free.
PRICES: $5.00 each or 6 for $25.00!
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VARIETIES (Coming in Spring 2023)
with Days to Maturity Listed for Each
Determinate. Early red 2" Canadian developed tomato are the first to ripen in your garden. Great tomatoey taste, unusual for an early tomato. Compact plants are loaded with smooth, blemish free fruit and are perfect for containers or hanging baskets. Does well in short season areas and in cooler coastal climates.
So sweet and early! Deep burgundy 1” round fruits that grow in prolific clusters.
Juicy, sweet and prolific. Deep reddish-brown perfect fruit from Siberia.
A 1908 old-timer with wonderful old-fashioned flavour! Tolerates adverse weather. Fresh eating and canning.
Doucet's Petit Bec
Prolific large Canadian cherry or salad tomato bred for cool, adverse weather. Great taste and a real workhorse!
Old English variety, introduced in 1910. Extremely productive thin-skinned plants loaded with small to medium globe shaped red tomatoes with terrific taste. Tolerates cool weather.
This rare dwarf Russian heirloom grows 1 ½ ‘tall & is covered with tasty red cherries. Grow outside in a container for the summer & bring inside by a sunny window in the fall. Prolific producer year round. Cut back for new growth in the spring. The plants can grow for years this way!
This rare French heirloom produces masses of large 2-3" orange cherries (or saladette tomatoes) in tresses of 6. Delicious fresh, as well as great for drying as flavour and colour intensifies
This is another gem from the "Dwarf Tomato Project", a breeding competition between Australia and the US. Mandurang is a town in Australia and these ivory coloured cherries are the moon above the town! Stocky dwarf plant with rugosa (potato) leaves, excellent balanced flavour, plus great disease resistance.
Russian heirloom with distinctive, delicious smoky flavour. Large 8-10 oz. Good in cold climate.
Selected from Sweet 100 and is a rampant grower and producer with clusters of 1" fruits which are sweet tart rich flavour. Very high in vitamin C and GABA, a sedating antioxidant.
This 3' dwarf plant produces 8-12 oz beefsteak-size green fruit with green and pink stripes. The flesh is green with pink marbling and so delicious. High yielding.
Such beauties… round dusky red/purple/black cherry with metallic green striping. Flesh is a dark purple colour with green tints with excellent sweet flavour. Plants are compact and productive.
16th-century heirloom from Mexico with rich wine-like taste. Deeply fluted light pinkish-brown fruit is excellent fresh and excels as a pasta sauce. Drought tolerant.
Probably the best known Italian paste tomato. 2-3" plum shape with thick flesh and few seeds. Vigorous, hardy, compact determinate vines. Firm, meaty, pear shaped fruit, up to 200 per plant, thus prolific and durable. Wilt resistant. Good for sauces, pastes and canning.
A Canadian heirloom favourite! This very first pink determinate tomato was bred in Quebec. Mid-size, round and blemish-free with a nice, mild flavour.
Vigorous dwarf producing 6-12 oz. pink beefsteak-size fruit with very few seeds and deliciously sweet, juicy fruit.
This old English variety has little 4 oz. (2-2 ½") perfectly round red fruit with yellow-orange stripes, making this tomato a standout in a basket of tomatoes. Plants are extremely productive with rich tangy flavour over a long season.
Beautiful to kook at and scrumptious to taste. This sweet fruity cherry is gold with orange-pink striping. Holds at the ripe stage for a long time.
Originally from Germany, Una is a delicious dark pink and uniquely iridescent oblong 1-2" juicy cherry
This cherry tomato grows wild in Mexico and, if left untamed, will grow 7' in every direction. Produces 100s of sweet, small red cherries which kids love! Outstanding blight resistance.
Strong dwarf plant with sturdy trunk and giant potato leaves. Large red-orange-gold striped shiny beefsteak with great flavour. Good in container with a tomato cage.
18th century heirloom from Europe. These pretty lemon-yellow pear shaped tomatoes are very mildly flavoured and beautiful in salads. Children love them.
This rare British heirloom is a bright yellow 2" salad tomato with great flavour. This dependable beauty starts early and continues until frost with heavy yields.