Vining Cherry Tomatoes
A sweet, productive heritage variety. Will produce from July to first frost if protected. The fruit colour deepens with increasing light levels. Germination rate 94%. An All Comox Valley Winner.
Heritage vining cherry that originated in the Ozarks around 1900. Vigorous plants that don't mind heat and humidity to produce 2.5cm fruit. Germination rate 99%.
Bush Tomatoes for Sauce
Mid season variety. Can be grown in large pots with a tomato cage as support. Somewhat soft like a paste tomato with a good taste. Great for pasta sauce and salsa. Will produce from mid-August up to first frost if protected. Germination rate 88%. An All Comox Valley Winner.
CV La Roma
Mid season variety. Can be grown in large pots with a tomato cage as support. Will produce from mid-August up to first frost if protected. Elongated, medium size with a good taste. Great for making pasta sauce and salsa. Germination rate 84%. An All Comox Valley Winner.
Vining Tomatoes for Sauce
A roma style tomato that produce large, heavy fruit that will produce the richest sauces and thickest pastes. The deep red flesh is firm, not too juicy and the taste is a fine balance between sweet and rich. The plants have a long growing season and will produce bountiful yields of flavourful fruit until late fall. Vines often reach over 6 feet and will require heavy staking for support.
This good-tasting heirloom tomato from Poland that is great for processing. The Polish Paste tomato produces pear-shaped fruits 12-14 oz in weight and matures in about 90 days. Big indeterminate plants that will give generously if fed well. The flesh is dry, processes well and is a really excellent choice for the home canner.