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Sean's Yellow Dwarf Tomato
Bright yellow fruit with a refreshing, bright, delicious flavor.
$2.95
Sheboygan Tomato
Balanced and complex flavor. Excellent for fresh eating, paste, sauce, or for canning.
$2.95
Siberia Tomato
Very early and said to be capable of setting fruits at 38F.
$2.95
Siletz Tomato
Good, mild, slightly tart flavor, large, red, fruit.
$2.95
Silvery Fir Tree Tomato
Red, oblate, weigh between 4-10 oz., meaty, excellent flavor.
$2.95
Sioux Tomato
A beautiful, red, all-purpose variety. Excellent fresh or used for canning, freezing or processing into pastes and sauces.
$2.95
Six Shooter Sweet Corn
Very productive - up to six full-sized ears of delicious, sweet kernels packed with old-time corn flavor.
$3.25
Sleeping Lady Tomato
Prolific, chocolate-mahogany colored fruits with a well balanced, pleasant flavor.
$2.95
Snow's Fancy Pickling Cucumber
A very nice, old, pickling variety that is good for slicing too.
$2.15
Special Turkish Tomato
A very good tasting, meaty, large, oblate-shaped, pink slicing tomato.
$2.95
Speckled Roman Paste Tomato
Elongated, pointed, red streaked with orange, weigh 3-6 ounces, and are good flavored.
$2.95
Springston Heirloom Tomato
Pink, oblate-shaped, large in size, reaching up to a 20 ounces. Excellent slicer.
$2.95
Starfire Tomato
An early, oblate shaped, beefsteak-type slicing tomato with bright-red color.
$2.95
Stick Tomato
Quite unique in that the leaves develop into tight clusters like pom-poms on sticks.
$2.95
Stupice Tomato
Extremely early, great flavor. Heavy yields.
$2.95
Sturt Desert Pea Tomato
Productive, smooth, oblate, 4-8 oz., red fruit with a pleasant, well-balanced flavor on compact, dwarf plants.
$2.95
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