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Anna Dutka Family Heirloom Tomato
A family heirloom from Poland. Pink, oblate-shaped, large fruit; range in size from 6-24 oz, but reach over two pounds. An excellent slicer.
$2.95
Anna Maria's Heart Tomato
The fruits are 4-16 ounces, pink, and heart-shaped.
$2.95
Anna Russian Tomato
Oxheart-shaped, 3-3½ inch meaty, 3-6 ounce, fruits.
$2.95
Anna's Kentucky Tomato
Large, oblate, pink, juicy fruits with a tasty, tart flavor with a slight hint of cherry flavor.
$2.95
Antique Roman Tomato
A giant, red, meaty, Italian heirloom paste-type tomato; sweet, small cavities, very little juice, five inches long, variable shape.
$2.95
Aoyu Soybean
Large, green beans excellent for edamame.
$3.25
Arikara Watermelon
Good tasting, sweet, pink flesh. Excellent personal watermelons.
$2.95
Arikara Yellow Bush Dry Bean
A very old heirloom predating the European settlement of America. Used as a snap or dry bean.
$2.45
Ashleigh Tomato
Large, meaty, red, generally heart-shaped, some being beefsteak.
$2.95
Atkinson Tomato
Disease resistant plants. Beautiful red colored, 4-14 oz., oblate shaped, fruit that have firm, meaty flesh.
$2.95
Aunt Doll Bean
Pole-type multi-purpose family heirloom from Tennessee.
$2.95
Aunt Edna Tomato
Red, smooth-skinned, globe to flattened-globe shaped, weigh about eight ounces each.
$2.95
Aunt Ruby's German Green Tomato
Green colored, beefsteak-type. Sweet juicy flesh, refreshing spicy flavor.
$2.95
Aunt Sophie's Tomato
Large (up to two pounds), heart-shaped, orange colored fruits that are meaty and tasty.
$2.95
Aussie Drop Tomato
Heart shaped, two to seven oz., red-brown colored fruit. They have a mild, yet rich and slightly sweet, flavor.
$2.95
Australian Giant Oxheart Tomato
Large, red, heart-shaped tomato with few seeds.
$2.95
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