I'm looking for some recommendations for good heirloom seed
companies/catalogues. What are the ones you've been satisfied with in
terms of lots of varieties, service, etc.?
Also, favorite heirloom tomato varieties?
"It's all WiFi up there."-Alice Faber parses the afterlife.
My favorite heirloom toms:
Stupice Czech heirloom, small very early, very tasty. In my experience
two weeks earlier than Early Girl.
Pruden's Purple Reliable. Compared to Brandwine but earlier and more
Caspian Pink Just a good big tom
San Marzano Redorta Tuscan heirloom. The best paste tom I've tried. Large
and tasty. From Tomato Growers Supply.
Pau Hana Farm
On Fri, 16 Jan 2004 12:19:34 -0600, Andrew McMichael
Brandywine is my favorite.
You may like an old fashioned acidic tasting
cherry type like "Farmers Delight" which
will self-seed easily.
There is also a popular (around here anyway) German
heriloom yellow-pink mixed variety called "Mr.Stripey".
(doesn't can very well).
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