Pearl of Siberia

Can you say prolific? Because that is what you get from this great tasting Russian tomato that loved it here in the South. So grateful to Vernon and Stephanie for keeping this one going for me while I was sick. It has earned a spot in next year’s garden and it should be on your wish list too.

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Spanish Giant

Good Grief! This is a nice tomato. I was quite impressed by the size since there are so many tomatoes with the word “giant” in their name that just don’t get that big. Spanish Giant certainly earned its spot in the garden. Big tomatoes on strong growing plants and the flavor was top notch. A must have for the heirloom collector or anyone who loves to grow nice size tomatoes.

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Linhart's Giant

I can’t tell you about this tomato until I tell you a story. I received a second hand packet of seeds that had originally been sent from a seed bank in Germany to my friend in Canada. The original packet contained 3 seeds. The pack was sent from Canada last winter to me here in Arkansas. When I opened the packet there was only one shriveled up brownish colored seed.

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Koroleva

This was the favorite of one of our growers. I have to say I am quite fond of it myself. I have been growing this one for several years and decided we needed to share it. It was also a standout for some of the market growers we know. Everyone loved this tomato. It is picture perfect. Bright red perfectly formed globes of tomato perfection.

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Tarasenko 2

This is a rare offering from the famed Russian tomato breeder Fedor Tarasenko. This is a great tomato with super flavor. Tarasenko 2 has good keeping qualities and will hold on the counter longer than most open pollinated garden varieties. This was one of my favorites.

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Schilling Giant

These are just picture perfect red tomatoes. Great flavor and super healthy growers. I got plenty of bigger than a pound size tomatoes. Schilling Giant produced some huge tomatoes and if you like growing the big ones then you will like growing this one for sure.

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Quedlinburger Fruhe Liebe

It didn’t take me long to start calling this tomato QFL. I had to call it that often too because it produced early and kept on going until a freeze killed it. One of the strongest all season plants I have ever grown. Hands down a keeper from here on out. QFL has great flavor for such an early tomato. One of the best actually.

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Sooner

Very strong growing potato leaf plant. Sooner really pumps out tomatoes. When I get a potato leaf plant that makes more tomatoes than Brandywine, then I call it a keeper. Sooner was not the earliest tomato, but it was about the earliest potato leaf tomato. Sooner is a great tasting tomato too. I have a feeling this one will make a comeback. Boomer!

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Geante de Hutt

These things are huge. Geante de Hutt is meaty and has few seeds. It would actually make a good dual purpose tomato. You can slice them for sandwiches or cook them for sauce. If you are looking for a monster to impress the neighbors or start a freak show at the farmers market then Geante de Hutt is your tomato.

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J-Pope

This tomato was just about lost forever. It was one of the last projects of the late Dr. Joe McFerren. Dr. McFerren from the University of Arkansas is the breeder of such great tomatoes as Arkansas Traveler, Bradley, and Ozark Pink. J-Pope is a small cocktail tomato that was first picked up by a commercial canning company for making pickled cocktail tomatoes.

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 Pearl of Siberia Heirloom Tomato Seeds

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