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Coroja Tobacco
An Oriental-type tobacco that possesses a bit of spice and was historically used for cigar wrapper leaves.
$2.95
Cosner Tomato
Dark pink, 8-12 ounce fruits that have a very good flavor.
$2.95
Cossack Pineapple Ground Cherry
Pineapple flavored cousin to tomatoes; good in pies, for jams, or plain snacking.
$2.95
Coyote Tomato
Tiny cherry tomato, ivory colored, very tasty.
$2.95
Crimson Cushion Tomato
Nice balance of tart and sweet.
$2.95
Curry Tomato
A gigantic, delicious, pink, beefsteak-type fruit that is an old family heirloom from West Virginia.
$2.95
Danko Tomato
Red, heart-shaped, weigh three to fourteen ounces, and have a good flavor.
$2.95
De Barao Polosatyi Tomato
Striped, bi-color, oval-shaped, two to four ounce fruits. Russian heirloom.
$2.95
Dester Tomato
Excellent tasting, large (6-24 oz.), pink, beefsteak-type, oblate shaped fruits.
$2.95
Diener Tomato
Large, bright-red, tart, beefsteak-type fruits that. Introduced in California in 1917.
$2.95
Dinner Plate Tomato
Large (up to twenty four ounce), pink, heart-shaped fruits.
$2.95
Dixie Golden Giant Tomato
Clear lemon-yellow colored with some fruit having a pink blush.
$2.95
Dot's Delight Tomato
A rare heirloom. The fruits are nice, large, pink fruits.
$2.95
Dr. Walter Tomato
Medium sized (2-10oz.), red, globe to elongated mild flavored fruits.
$2.95
Dr. Wyche's Yellow Tomato
One of the best yellow beafsteaks available. Meaty, firm textured, and excellent flavored.
$2.95
Duke of York Tomato
Productive plants with 6 oz., red, firm, meaty and tasty fruits.
$2.95
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