Select your varieties and quantity.
Big Beef - F1 Indeterminate. Our most sold tomato plant by far! Top choice for fresh full flavor. Listed as both a slicer and beefsteak, since they are in the middle (avg 8-12 oz).
Cherokee Carbon - Indeterminate Cross between the two taste test winning heirlooms. Dusky Purple with green shoulders holds up well in the garden and still has that great heirloom flavor. Some say it will make the greatest tomato sandwich you'll ever have (we like to think paprika bacon is the secret!). Tall prolific plants.
Cherokee Purple - Heirloom Indeterminate. Our second most popular plant. These are the staple 'purple' beefsteaks - dates back to the Cherokee Indians circa 1890 and still amazing today.
Copia - Indeterminate Open Pollinated, beautiful orange/red and green/red striped patterns. Sweet and juicy. Cross between Green Stripe and Marvel Stripe.
Dr. Wyches Yellow - Heirloom Indeterminate. Heavy yields of 1+ lb orange amazing mild flavored fruits. A standout on the vine and on the kitchen counter!
Galahad - F1 Early Determinate. Beats out other early varieties in both flavor and and disease resistant. Its early maturity (69 days) means you'll be eating flavorful tomato sandwich in July or sooner!
German Johnson - Heirloom Indeterminate. Pink colored, fluted 'brandywine' type with higher productivity than Brandwine. Fruits can be bigger than 1 lb each. Deep, acidic tomato flavor.
Girl Girl's Weird Thing - Open Pollinated Indeterminate. Easily wins the best variety name award. But backs it up with intense sweet and mild flavor. Fruits run just under 1 lb each and are decorated with multicolored red green pink striping. An offspring of Green Stripe.
Kellogg's Breakfast - Open Pollinated Indeterminate. Large 14 oz deep orange fruits with meaty, nearly seedless flesh that is very flavorful and superbly sweet! Great for slicing and even better as a canner. Originated in West Virginia.
Polbig - F1 Determinate. Great for cooler climates. High yields of 1/2 lb globe shaped perfectly smooth fruits. Looks and tastes like your classic beefsteak but ripens quicker, and has better disease resistance.
Pork Chop - Open Pollinated Indeterminate. While a little slower going (days to maturity of 75-85 days) this yellow striped, slightly flattened fruited beefsteak has sweet tomato flavor and just a hint of citrusy acid.
Yellow Mortgage Lifter - Heirloom Indeterminate. Cousin of the famous Mortgage Lifter, which was bred to produce high yields of heavy, tasty fruits. We've had fruits of YML grow to over 3 lbs. Average is probably 1.5 lbs.