Grafted Tomato Plants

  • $3.35–$12.95
    74 Days Dates back to the early 1900s and is the best for sauces and canning. Its deep red fruits are large for...
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  • $5.15–$18.95
    (VFA GLS) 75 Days. A spectacular, mid-season variety with plump, juicy, deep red tomatoes that often weigh more than...
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  • $5.65–$23.95
    (VFFA GLS ToMV) 73 days. 1994 AAS Winner. A miracle of modern breeding. Many experts at AAS trials described...
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  • $3.75–$19.95
    80 days. This prize winner was bred by Minnie Zaccaria, a New Jersey gardener who tirelessly sought the perfect...
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  • Brandywine Tomato

    1 star rating
    $3.25–$12.95
    90-100 days. Heirloom dating back to the 1880's. Potato leaf plants with good yields of extra-large, up to 1 1/2...
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  • $5.95–$25.95
    (VFFA GLS ToMV) 70 Days. This 1984 AAS Winner established a new standard for main-crop hybrids requiring multiple...
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  • Cherokee Purple Tomato

    5 star rating
    $3.85–$12.95
    80-90 days. A reliable producer of unusual, medium pink-purple fruits that appear brown in color, and average 10...
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  • Dark Star Tomato

    3 star rating
    $4.25–$12.95
    (V LB) 70-75 Days. Large, 8 to 10 oz., purple beefsteak-type fruits are oblate, ribbed and full of visual appeal....
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  • $3.15–$12.95
    77 Days. An excellent slicer. Most fruits weigh over 1 lb. - many 2 to 3 lbs. and even held the Guinness World...
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  • Early Girl Hybrid Tomato

    5 star rating
    $6.25–$27.95
    (VFF) 57 days. Its hard to find tasty, full-sized fruits like this extra-early in the season! Meaty, ripe red fruits,...
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  • $3.95–$22.95
    (VFFTA GLS ToMV) 65 Days. Variety Pio. Every inch is a king, from its beautiful, smooth bright-red, deep oblate...
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  • Mortgage Lifter Tomato

    3 star rating
    $3.25–$12.95
    75-85 Days. Also called Radiator Charlie. Long-time favorite with good yields of very large, 1 to 2 lb., smooth,...
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