Slicers and Salad Tomatoes
Iberville 65-70 days Early and productive variety bred in Québec. Medium-sized fruit and hardy, vigorous plant. Great for early summer eating off the vine.
Indigo Rose 78 days Unlike any tomato that we have seen! Indigo Rose is the first high-anthocyanin tomato commercially available anywhere in the world. A vibrant indigo, almost blue skin on the 2-inch, round fruit. The coloring occurs on the portion of the fruit that is exposed to light, while the shaded portion starts out green and turns deep red when mature. Well balanced taste.
Jaune flammée 75 days An indeterminate (bearing fruit continuously) old French variety traced to the Helliner region of France, and only commercialized in 1997. Early crops of apricot-colored 4-ounce fruits, each the size of a golf ball, borne on elongated trusses. Excellent fruity flavor with a perfect blend of sweet and tart. Great for drying or roasting too, and retains deep orange color.
Siberia 50 days! This tomato variety sets fruit early. They are bright red and weigh up to five ounces. Reported as being capable of setting fruits at 38°F, however, 'Siberia', like any other tomato, is not frost hardy. An early summer variety for those with no patience.
Stupice 60 days A popular early heirloom from Czechoslovakia, sometimes called ‘Canada Day’ tomato here in this country. Abundant round fruits are 2-3 inches in size. For fresh eating early in the season. Compact plant, reliable and more cold-tolerant than most varieties.
Tigerella 60 days Fine, rich, flavour from unique, red and orange tiger-striped fruits. Add a little tang to your salad! Highly productive. Indeterminate.
Wapsinicon Peach 78 days from transplant Heavy producer of 2" round fuzzy yellow fruits. Sweet, juicy, well-balanced flavor. Winner of Seed Savers Exchange 2006 Heirloom Tomato Tasting. Rot resistant. Very prodigious producer! Fruit picked late in the season will keep several weeks inside. More pink blush colour and somewhat sweeter than Garden Peach.