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Azoychka Tomato
Very early, good sized (5-8 ounces) oblate shaped, yellow fruits.
$2.95
Banana Legs Tomato
Similar in shape and color to a small banana.
$2.95
Banana Toes Tomato
Early maturing, extremely compact but productive plants; Fruit borne in clusters of 4 to 6, elongated, paste-type, 2-4 oz., yellow ripening to orange color.
$2.95
Banksia Queen Tomato
Delicious, juicy, pale-yellow flesh with a good balance of sweet and tart.
$2.95
Barossa Fest Tomato
Smooth, globe shaped, pale yellow fruits with a bit of blossom-end blush; juicy with a nice sweet flavor and tart aftertaste.
$2.95
Basrawya Tomato
Fruits are beautiful, smooth skinned, globe shaped, red, 4-6 oz., with nice, mild flavor.
$2.95
Bay State Tomato
Smooth skinned, globe to flattened globe, red colored, and 2-4 oz. each. Does well in the greenhouse.
$2.95
Beer Friend Soybean
Early maturing. Prolific producer of large green seeds. Excellent for edamame.
$3.25
Bergin Bean<br><b>SOLD OUT for 2021</b>
A family heirloom from Mississippi. Excellent flavor. Beautiful.
$2.95
Bi-color Cherry Tomato
Tastes like 'Big Rainbow' but in a small fruit.
$2.95
Big Green Dwarf Tomato
Nice, well balanced, medium intensity flavor that is fruity, sweet and somewhat melon-like.
$2.95
Big Rainbow Tomato
Beefsteak tomatoes; golden fleshed marbled with red tones.
$2.95
Bisignano #2 Tomato
Flavorful, red, variably shaped large fruits.
$2.95
Bison Tomato
Juicy with a complex, mildly tart flavor. Great for short seasons.
$2.95
Black Cherry Tomato
Cherry shaped fruits that have the dark, purplish color.
$2.95
Black From Tula Tomato
Regular leaf plants. Black, oblate-shaped, wonderfully flavorful fruits.
$2.95
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