The Amish Paste heirloom tomato is a plum tomato of Amish origins that is commonly used for cooking, although it’s sweet enough to eat fresh. The Amish Paste tomato is reputed to have originated in the 1870s with the oldest Amish community in Wisconsin. This is one of the larger “paste” varieties of tomato, its fruit growing from 6 to 12 ounces. 80 Days. Indeterminate.
Famous Italian cooking tomato. Long, cylindrical fruits are filled with thick, dry flesh and few seeds. This heavy producing variety is a standard for many Italian farmers and chefs. 80 Days. Indeterminate.
San Marzano Redorta
The San Marzano Redorta is one of the most famous heirloom tomatoes from Italy. The history of the San Marzano tomato dates back at least to 1770 when it arrived in the Campania region of Italy as a gift from the Kingdom of Peru to the Kingdom of Naples. Similar in some respects to the Roma tomato, the flesh is thicker with fewer seeds. 85 Days. Indeterminate.
This large, deep red tomatoes are mainly suited for canning and making sauce and salsa. They are heavy producers. 85 Days. Indeterminate.