Black Cherry, 65 days, indeterminate, cherry New!
black cherries, look like large, dusky purple grapes; they have that rich flavor that makes black tomatoes famous. Market
growers report that this variety is an incredible seller; large vines yield very well. Very unique and delicious.
Black from Tula, 80-85 days, indeterminate, 3"-4", slicer
A unique, large dark tomato; a rich, deep purple-brown color. Some seed savers say it is the best-tasting of all the
dark tomatoes. Very rich, old-fashioned flavor, sweet and spicy. A rare Russian heirloom.
Brown Cherry, paste New!
This tomato is not exactly brown, and not a cherry type, but more similar to a plum type. The person from whom
we got the seeds is not sure how it got the name. It's the brownish/greenish color similar to Debarao Black. Thick
dry walls; makes a good, rich looking sauce.
Cherokee Chocolate, 80 days, indeterminate, 10-16 oz., slicer New!
Rich brown tomatoes with good flavor. A mutation of Cherokee Purple, with the color now stabilized.
Cherokee Purple, 80-82 days, indeterminate, 10-12 oz., slicer
An old Cherokee Indian heirloom, pre-1890 variety. Beautiful, deep dusky purple-pink color, superb sweet flavor, and
very large-sized fruit. Try this one for real old-time flavor. My favorite dark tomato!
Debarao Black,.78 days, indeterminate, 3 oz., sauce/paste New!
An old variety from Europe. Heavy producer of oval, deep red/brown fruit with green shoulders. They have a wonderful,
sweet complex flavor. Good for cooking; the color makes your sauce look extra rich.
Purple Calabash, 90 days, indeterminate, 3", slicer
May be the most purple of all purple tomatoes, a deep purple-burgundy and very colorful! The shape is also exciting,
with the fruit being very flat, ribbed, and ruffled. Flavor is intense, sweet and tart, with a lime or citrus taste, almost
winy. A very uniquely-flavored tomato! The plants give huge yields. This tomato resembles tomatoes pictured in 16th-century