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Lake Drive Lexington, SC The taste, the smell, the classic heirloom tomato will not let you down. Seeds that have been preserved throughout generations will leave your mouth watering for more! Here is a list of our favorite heirloom varieties …many you can find in our Fresh Produce Market throughout the summer months. In s Logan, West Virginia, a radiator repairman crossed four of the biggest tomatoes he could find to produce this beauty.

Plants bear extra-large beefsteak tomatoes with few seeds and mild flavor. Fruits are pink when mature and perfect for slicing onto sandwiches. Mortgage Lifter bears fruit all summer long. Plants definitely need staking or tall caging; gardeners report this tomato to grow as tall as 10 feet.

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LeHoullier claimed that it was more than years old, originated with the Cherokee people. The Cherokee Purple tomato has a unique dusty rose color. The flavor of the tomato is extremely sweet with a rich smoky taste.

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The Cherokee Purple has a refreshing acid, is watery, thick-skinned and earthy with a lingering flavor. The Cherokee Purple plants are very prolific making this plant a good heirloom for gardeners and farmers. They have pink skin with yellow shoulders, mild taste, low acidity, and are a very meaty fruit with few seeds.

They have heavy yields.

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They are Free mature Charleston South Carolina flesh sliced or for canning. It is believed that soldiers returning home from the Crimean War, in the late 19th century, gathered these seeds and began sharing them. As a result these seeds were later widely distributed throughout Europe. The Black Krim is highly regarded for its excellent, yet bold taste, and medium to large size. This tomato can vary in color ranging from a reddish brown hue towards the bottom of the fruit, then darkening to greenish-dark purple shoulders.

Just a pinch of salt is needed to enhance the flavor, since this tomato already has a slight salty taste. Their seeds were later distributed throughout Western Russia after the Crimean War by soldiers, returning home, during the early 19th century. Through the years, new varieties of all shapes and sizes began to appear throughout the Imperial Russian Empire.

They were also known to be grown in modern-day Mexico by the Aztecs. Eventually, they spread north. We know that Alexander W. Livingston, a legendary tomato seedsman and tomato breeder from Reynoldsburg, Ohio, described purple tomatoes he had collected as during the 19th century. They cover a range of dark colors including deep purple, dusky deep brown, smoky dark mahogany with dark green shoulders and bluish-brown. The depth and darker range of coloration seems to be encouraged by a higher acid and mineral content in the soil or higher temperatures.

In northern climates the greater the amount of exposure to and the intensity of UV rays, the darker the color of fruit that will be produced. Besides their extremely dark colors, black tomatoes are especially noted for their exceptionally rich, earthy tastes. Among all colors, black tomatoes are blessed with the strongest taste and are typically the most admired among true tomato aficionados. It has even ranked higher at times in my taste trials. Great for hot day and cool night climate.

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Large potato leaf vine produces lots of 1-lb. Developed by the University of Florida especially for hot climates and known for its reliability to set fruit at high temperatures.

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Produces firm, meaty tomatoes. Large vines help shade fruit to protect from sunburn, and will need to be staked or caged. Plants in our test garden, where the growing conditions are ideal, bear an average of 50 pounds of fruit over a 6 to 7 week period. Taste is mild, like the pink color of the fruit.

Popular in its home state and beyond. Indeterminate vines do best in tall cages. Ruffled dark pink beefsteak tomatoes, sweet flavor, lb fruit with thick skin. Ripens from beautiful cream yellow to red. Plants produce large quantities of huge fruit; with some as large as five pounds my personal best is 3. Tomatoes are very sweet, meaty, and turn dark pink when mature.

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A low-acidity tomato that is excellent for sal, sandwiches, and canning. The pink skin occurs as the result of clear skin over red flesh, while most red tomatoes have a yellow skin over red flesh.

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A Rutgers type, but earlier and more disease-resistant. Indeterminate vines bear smooth, deep-globed, and crack resistant fruit all season. High yielding and vigorous, so be sure to stake or cage. A great slicing tomato. Hardy and disease resistant, they stand up to the hot temperatures of South Carolina. According to Amish Land Seeds, there is an interesting story behind the seeds that were given first as a thank you gift to church volunteers. Believed to be a chance cross between Carmello and Marmande.

Medium-sized plants produce abundance of good-tasting, 8 ounce, slightly flattened red tomatoes, even under adverse conditions of hot, dry summers. From Earl Cadenhead who found the seed for this potato leaf tomato variety in a packet of Red Brandywine from a seed trade. Following continued grow outs and additional success, he chose to share these seeds with members of Garden Web. Our organic tomato seeds produce big, vigorous plants that yield abundant crops of oz. The flavor so outstanding that this tomato has won awards in tomato tastings. A great sandwich tomato. Stop buy and pick up a few to add to your summer vegetable garden.

Interested in growing heirloom vegetables? Are you new to Vegetable Gardening? Check out our collection of gardening videos. Lake Drive Lexington, SC office wingardsmarket. Add to Your Summer Vegetable Garden The taste, the smell, the classic heirloom tomato will not let you down. Up. All rights reserved. Wingard's Market.

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