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Willamette Tomato
Unusually smooth, mostly globe-shaped, good red color and solidity.
$2.95
Willa's Cariboo Rose Tomato
Slightly tart, classic "red flavor" with a very nice, slightly sweet-tart aftertaste that lingers on the palate.
$2.95
Will's Early June Sweet Corn
Very early maturing, 6-inch long with 8-rows of beautiful, tender, sweet, white kernels.
$3.25
Wilpena Tomato
Large, red colored, oblate shaped, juicy yet meaty, slicing tomatoes on compact plants.
$2.95
Winsall (aka Henderson's Winsall) Tomato
Juicy, large, oblate shaped, pink fruits. Excellent flavor that is mildly sweet with just a hint of tartness.
$2.95
Wood's Famous Brimmer Tomato
Pink, flattened-globe shaped fruits, 12 to 32 ounces, tasty.
$2.95
Yellow (aka Golden) Stuffer Tomato
Unique bell pepper shape fruits with large open centers.
$2.95
Yellow Ailsa Craig Tomato
Yellow, globe-shaped, juicy, sweet, and weigh 2-3 ounces.
$2.95
Yellow Lemon Tomato
Yellow, globe-shaped, juicy, sweet, weigh two to four ounces.
$2.95
Yellow Mammoth Tobacco
Multipurpose flue-cured type historically used for cigarette and pipe blending.
$2.95
Yellow Plum Tomato
Very productive, 1 by 1¼ inches, mild, sweet, bite-sized fruits perfect for tossed salads and snacking.
$2.95
Yubileyny Tarasenko Tomato
Vigorous, very prolific plant with red, pointed fruits that weigh from 2-5 ounces.
$2.95
Yugo Roze Tomato
Meaty, delicious, mildly sweet and fruity flavor.
$2.95
Yukon Chief Sweet Corn
Early maturing sweet corn, dwarf stalks, developed to germinate and grow better in cooler soils.
$3.25
Yukon Quest Tomato
Round to oblate, 3-6 ounce, pink fruits with a well balanced and pleasant flavor.
$2.95
Yusupov Tomato
A nice, old-fashioned, beefsteak-type slicing tomato from Uzbekistan; juicy, yet nice and firm.
$2.95
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