Indeterminate

Plants go from spring until frost, producing fruit on long vines that can easily grow 6 feet or taller. All our plant tags identify whether a variety is indeterminate or determinate (bear within a shorter time, on shorter vines).

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  1. Arkansas Traveler Heirloom Tomato

    Delicious, pink, Southern heirloom tomato plant. Produces in hot weather. Learn More
  1. Atkinson Tomato

    Popular Southern tomato plant variety that performs well in humid climates. Learn More
  1. Beefmaster Tomato

    Large, indeterminate beefsteak hybrid tomato variety. Learn More
  1. Better Boy Tomato

    This classic produces high yields and tastes great! Learn More
  1. Big Beef Tomato

    With a name like Big Beef, you get the idea that this is a big tomato. Indeed it is. Learn More
  1. Big Boy Tomato

    Popular hybrid beefsteak tomato plant variety. Learn More
  1. Black Cherry Tomato

    Delicious black cherry. Sweet for snacking. Learn More
  1. Black Krim Heirloom Tomato

    Brown-red heirloom favored in taste tests. Learn More
  1. Black Prince Heirloom Tomato

    A fairly early heirloom tomato that appreciates cool climates. A taste-test winner. Learn More
  1. Bonnie Original Tomato

    Bred especially for us, these high-yield tomato plants produce lots of flavorful fruit. Learn More
  1. Bradley Heirloom Tomato

    These pink tomato plants produce mild-tasting fruit with smooth skin. Learn More
  1. Cherokee Purple Heirloom Tomato

    Rich, dark red heirloom that wins taste tests. Learn More
  1. Creole Tomato

    Louisiana gardeners need to plant Creole tomato. Learn More
  1. Early Girl Tomato

    The first tomato to ripen each season. A popular hybrid tomato variety. Learn More
  1. German Johnson Heirloom Tomato

    A favorite at farmers' markets in the Carolinas. Learn More
  1. German Queen Heirloom Tomato

    Old-fashioned beefsteak tomato variety with sweet fruit and low acidity. Learn More
  1. Golden Jubilee Heirloom Tomato

    These tomato plants produce large, yellow tomatoes with low acidity. Learn More
  1. Goliath Tomato

    Yields giant hybrid tomatoes that are disease resistant and delicious. Learn More
  1. Grape (Tami G) Tomato

    These firm, sweet, dark-red grape tomatoes are perfect for a healthy snack or salad. Learn More
  1. Indigo Rose Tomato

    Indigo Rose produces a heavy crop whether planted in pots or a traditional garden. Learn More
  1. Jet Star Tomato

    Delicious and meaty with low acidity. Learn More
  1. Juliet Roma Grape Tomato

    Tomato plants known for delicious sweet, nibble-sized grape tomatoes. Outstanding production. Learn More
  1. Lemon Boy Yellow Tomato

    Tangy, sweet, mild and meaty yellow tomato variety. Perfect size for slicing. Learn More
  1. Mr. Stripey Heirloom Tomato

    Heirloom tomato variety that is very sweet and great for slicing. Learn More
  1. New Girl Tomato

    Idea for short-season areas and early or fall planting. Learn More
  1. Park's Whopper Improved Tomato

    Improved with better disease resistance and a higher yield. Learn More
  1. Pink Brandywine Heirloom Tomato

    A tangy beefsteak heirloom tomato variety. Learn More
  1. Pink Girl Tomato

    Pink Girl is a vigorous vine that produces throughout the summer. Learn More
  1. Porter Tomato

    These tomato plants produce well in hot regions of the country. Learn More
  1. Red Beefsteak Heirloom Tomato

    Yields huge red heirloom tomatoes perfect for slicing. Learn More
  1. San Francisco Fog Heirloom Tomato

    Heirloom tomato plants that are adapted to cool, wet weather. Learn More
  1. San Marzano Heirloom Tomato

    Discover why gourmet and home chefs around the world seek out San Marzano tomatoes. Learn More
  1. Seattle's Best Heirloom Tomato

    Known for bearing heavy loads of medium-sized red tomatoes. Learn More
  1. Sun Gold Tomato

    Pretty orange cherry. A sweet treat. Learn More
  1. Sun Sugar Tomato

    Yellow cherry tomatoes that are the perfect size for salads and snacks. Learn More
  1. Super Fantastic Tomato

    Smooth skinned beefsteak. Learn More
  1. Super Sweet 100 Tomato

    These prolific tomato plants produce super-sweet, bite-sized tomatoes. Learn More
  1. Yellow Pear Heirloom Cherry Tomato

    Yellow pear tomato plants yield bite-sized tomatoes for salads and snacks. Learn More

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