Tomato Seed

The tomato was cultivated first as an ornamental or curiosity plant and thought by many to be poisonous, like its relative, the deadly nightshade.

Tomatoes were introduced to North America from Europe.Thomas Jefferson is known to have raised them at Monticello in 1781. They have become one of the top selling vegetables in the country and  there are literally hundreds of different tomato varieties.  Extremely low in calories, they are rich in vitamins A and C, beta-carotene and potassium, as well as a great source of fundamental antioxidants, such as lycopene, tomatoes are said to be one of the most healthy and beneficial foods.

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  1. Brandywine (Novelty/Heritage Tomato)
    Brandywine (Novelty/Heritage Tomato)

    Starting at USD $3.50

    Item #: 373D
  2. Mr. Stripey (Novelty/Heritage Tomato)
    Mr. Stripey (Novelty/Heritage Tomato)

    Starting at USD $2.70

    Item #: 373S
  3. Pineapple (Novelty/Heritage Tomato)
    Pineapple (Novelty/Heritage Tomato)

    Starting at USD $2.70

    Item #: 373Q
  4. Green Zebra (Novelty/Heritage Tomato)
    Green Zebra (Novelty/Heritage Tomato)

    Starting at USD $2.70

    Item #: 373Z
  5. Striped German (Novelty/Heritage Tomato)
    Striped German (Novelty/Heritage Tomato)

    Starting at USD $2.70

    Item #: 373G
  6. Cherokee Purple (Novelty/Heritage Tomato)
    Cherokee Purple (Novelty/Heritage Tomato)

    Starting at USD $2.70

    Item #: 373C
  7. Oxheart Red (Novelty/Heritage Tomato)
    Oxheart Red (Novelty/Heritage Tomato)

    Starting at USD $2.70

    Item #: 333F
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