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Salsa Tomato
Its flesh to juice ratio is perfect for making fresh salsa.
$2.95
Samsun Tobacco
A Turkish-type tobacco; used as a cigarette and pipe blending tobacco.
$2.95
San Marzano Tomato
Paste-type fruits, red, elongated in shape, meaty and tasty.
$2.95
Santiam Tomato
Early season, mostly seedless, red and large-fruited slicing tomato.
$2.95
Sarandipity Tomato
Round, 2-4 oz., chocolate colored with vertical green striped fruits. The firm, deep crimson flesh is mild and sweet.
$2.95
Sarnowski Polish Plum Tomato
Wispy, regular leaf foliage with red, 5-8 ounce fruits.
$2.95
Saucy Tomato
An early maturing paste-type tomato. Blocky, plum shaped,solid fruit.
$2.95
Sausage Tomato
Unusually shaped, as the name implies, up to six inches long.
$2.95
Schiavone Italian Paste
Very nice, bright red, paste-type tomato that is very meaty and tasty.
$2.95
Schimmeig Stoo (Striped Cavern) Tomato
Make a nice, edible container.
$2.95
Sean's Yellow Dwarf Tomato
Bright yellow fruit with a refreshing, bright, delicious flavor.
$2.95
Shackelford Giant Pink
Monstrously large, crimson-pink, variably shaped, very meaty but juicy, fruit that possess a well balanced, mildly sweet, pleasant flavor.
$2.95
Sheboygan Tomato
Balanced and complex flavor. Excellent for fresh eating, paste, sauce, or for canning.
$2.95
Siberia Tomato
Very early maturing, small, red tomato said to be capable of setting fruits down to 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
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