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Tomato Seed Catalog List

From the rare to the most commonly grown, this tomato seed collection will fill your need for seeds!


German Johnson 80 seeds, 1/4 gram....bin6
Rainbow Cherry Mix 80 seeds, 1/4 gram....bin94
Beefsteak 80 seeds, 1/4 gram....bin95
Large Red Cherry 80 seeds, 1/4 gram....bin96
Wisconsin 55 (80 seeds, 1/4 gram)....bin98
Giant Belgium 80 seeds, 1/4 gram....bin174
Rutgers 80 seeds, 1/4 gram....bin177
Floridade 80 seeds, 1/4 gram....bin204
Yellow Pear 80 seeds, 1/4 gram....bin216
Marglobe 80 seeds, 1/4 gram....bin217
Giant Oxheart 80 seeds, 1/4 gram....bin218
Sunray 80 seeds, 1/4 gram....bin219
Homestead 80 seeds, 1/4 gram....bin220
White Wonder 80 seeds, 1/4 gram....bin221
Brandywine 80 seeds, 1/4 gram....bin222
Old German 80 seeds, 1/4 gram....bin225
Italian Roma 80 seeds, 1/4 gram....bin226
World's Smallest 50 seeds, or 1/10 gram....bin312
Small Red Cherry 50 seeds, 1/10 gram....bin344
Cherokee Purple 80 seeds, 1/4 gram....bin351

6-8 weeks before last frost:

  1. Fill 4" pots with potting mix to within a 1/2-inch of the top and place a pair of seeds on top of the soil in each one near the center of the pot (having two is good insurance in case one doesn’t sprout. Pinch off the smaller, weaker of the two if they both sprout).
  2. Cover them with a ¼-inch layer of soil mix and the compress the soil with your fingers. Good seed-to-soil contact is important for germination.
  3. Sprinkle water on the seeds whenever the top of the soil mix appears dry. Don’t keep the soil soggy, however — the seeds may rot.