Heirloom and Rare
Paste Tomato Seeds
Solanum lycopersicum formerly Lycopersicon esculentum

Packets contain approximately 20 seeds unless otherwise noted.
[Although we separate seeds during the harvest process, you may find small clumps of multiple seeds in your packet. Separate into individual seeds before sowing.]

[Growing Guide & More Information] [About Tomato Colors]

Please remember that maturity dates are from time of setting plants into the garden. Additionally these dates will vary from location to location and even from year to year. They are for general planning purposes only.

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Products (Total Items: 32)
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Amish Paste Tomato
Fruit is bright red, flavorful, plum-shaped, weigh about 8 ounces.
Antique Roman Tomato
A giant, red, meaty, Italian heirloom paste-type tomato; sweet, small cavities, very little juice, five inches long, variable shape.
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.
Burning Spear Tomato
This paste-type tomato is both beautiful and excellent tasting.
Dwarf Almandine Tomato
Paste-type, 4 oz., dark pink color with darker shoulders, with a pleasant, balanced flavor.
Dwarf Audrey's Love Tomato<br><b>SOLD OUT</b>
Paste-type fruit, 2-4 oz., red with green striping, juicy with a mild, balanced flavor.
Dwarf Laura's Bounty Tomato
Medium sized, four ounce, orange colored, paste-type tomatoes possess a pleasant, balanced flavor.
Dwarf Melanie's Ballet Tomato
Pink, 2-4 ounce, paste-type tomatoes with an excellent, slightly sweet flavor.
Dwarf Saucy Mary Tomato
Elongated fruit are juicy, flavorful, 4-6 oz., green-fleshed when with dark and light green stripes.
Dwarf Stony Brook Speckled Tomato
Elongated, Roma-type, beautiful scarlet color with distinct jagged golden stripes, 3-6 oz., meaty, flavorful and delicious. Perfect for sauce, paste, and preserving.
Dwarf Sunny's Pear Tomato
Its paste-type fruit weigh 1-2 ounces each, are yellow-orange in color, and have a well balanced, pleasant flavor.
Dwarf Tiger Eye Tomato
Productive, four to six ounce brown colored paste tomatoes with a wonderfully balanced, pleasant flavor.
Heidi Tomato
Elongated, red, thin-skinned, thick-walled, meaty.
Howard German Tomato
Red, 3-9 oz., paste-type tomatoes. Excellent for paste and sauce.
Italian Gold Tomato
Roma-type paste tomato but matures to a beautiful golden-orange color.
King Humbert (Roi Umberto) Tomato
Blocky, elongated plum-shaped, red, 2-3 oz., paste-type fruits borne in clusters. Excellent flavor.
Libby's Pride Tomato
Paste-type, red, meaty with few seeds.
Mama Leone Tomato
Productive. Red, 2 to 6 ounce paste-type fruit.
Napoli Tomato
Beauiful red, pear-shaped Italian paste tomato.
Opalka Tomato
Paste-type, red, meaty with few seeds and nice flavor.
Orange Banana Tomato<br>SOLD OUT
Nice flavored, great fresh in salsa.
Oregon Star Tomato
Large, irregularly shaped, and tend to be seedless. For slicing and processing.
Oroma Tomato
An early maturing red paste tomato, with firm fruit.
Roma VF Tomato
Plum-shaped, red, two ounce fruit, is ideal for paste or puree.
San Marzano Tomato<br>SOLD OUT
Paste-type fruits, red, elongated in shape, meaty and tasty.
Sarnowski Polish Plum Tomato
Wispy, regular leaf foliage with red, 5-8 ounce fruits.
Saucy Tomato
An early maturing paste-type tomato. Blocky, plum shaped,solid fruit.
Sausage Tomato
Unusually shaped, as the name implies, up to six inches long.
Schiavone Italian Paste
Very nice, bright red, paste-type tomato that is very meaty and tasty.
Sheboygan Tomato<br>SOLD OUT
Balanced and complex flavor. Excellent for fresh eating, paste, sauce, or for canning.
Speckled Roman Paste Tomato<br>SOLD OUT
Elongated, pointed, red streaked with orange, weigh 3-6 ounces, and are good flavored.
Tony's Italian Paste Tomato
Red, plum-shaped fruit with points on ends, thick and meaty.
What is a paste tomato? Paste tomatoes are not all plum or pear-shaped. There are some varieties that look like slicers. What makes a paste tomato is not how it looks. Paste tomatoes are characterized by possessing high amounts of sugars and acids (flavor), a lot of pectin, and less water than other tomato types.  The higher amount of pectin, coupled with the lower amount of water makes the juice thicker and requires less time to cook down to a paste consistency. Additionally, growing conditions have a direct influence on the final product. As your crop nears maturity, cut back on feeding and watering.

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