Does anyone know any good sources of "heritage" seeds that are not hybrids?
I'm looking for what used to be called "creole tomatoes" when I lived in
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Try a web search for "Totally Tomatoes," If you join the Seed Saver's
Exchange, their member yearbook has 25 pages of tomatoes.... I didn't look
through them all... what color is the one you're looking for?
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Zone 5/6 in upstate New York, 1420' elevation. NY WO G
Tomato Growers supply has:
Creole #2836 (30 seeds) $2.00
Developed in Louisiana for warm, humid climates, this variety
yields plenty of smooth, medium-large round tomatoes. Good,
sweet tomato flavor and plenty of juice, plus resistance to
fusarium and blossom end rot make this one a Southern favorite.
Indeterminate. 78 days.
Tomato Fest has one, too:
There are probably more, those are just the first two I saw.
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