Tomatoes - D to L

All prices are in canadian dollars.

  (Lycopersicon esculentum, and  L. pimpinellifolium)

-All tomato varieties are open pollinated (not hybrid), unless stated otherwise.
-All are indeterminate, unless stated otherwise.

Dancing with Smurfs       

A smaller version of OSU blue (P20), with green tomatoes turning dark purple and then partially red underneath. Exposition to direct sunlight is what makes them turn dark purple. The underside thus remains free of the coloration, and simply goes from green to dark red. Nice in between shades. Click thumbnails for closer details. Round fruits, 3 to 3,5 cm. New anthocyanin selection by Tom Wagner. Pinkish red flesh gets sweeter at full maturity. These tomatoes make an interesting addition to any tomato sauce, adding a touch of mahogany and, of course, anitoxydants. About 70 days.

Packet of 15 seeds: $2,99

debarao Debarao  

Great variety for its high productivity and its good flavor. Oval fruits, slightly angular, 5 to 7 cm long. Very nice aromatic taste with salty or mineral undertones. Tall, vigorous plants that can reach more than 2 m high. Productive. 85 days.
Packet of 25 seeds: $2,49

Debarao Gold     (De Barao Gold, DeBarao d'Or)

Golden yellow, egg-shaped tomatoes growing on very large plants (2,5 m +). Small-medium size fruits: 5-6 cm. For fresh eating or salads. Said to be also good for drying. Variety from Russia, well adapted to the north. Extended yields. 85 days.
Packet of 20 seeds: $2,49


Dwarf plant well suited for pots and hanging baskets. Only 30 cm high. Plant will cascade down if not staked. Cherry-size, nice, shiny oval pink fruits. Determinate. Early.
Packet of 15 seeds: $2,99

Don Juan                    

Gorgeous deep pink tomato covered with paler yellow-orange stripes. Unique. Paste type, firm, oval-shaped, about 6 cm long by 5 cm wide. Small, compact plants, about 50 cm high, with rugose foliage. 75 days. Determinate. Very rare, hard to find variety!
Packet of 10 seeds: $2,99

douce de
            picardie Douce de Picardie   

White type, medium to large in size, 5 to 9 cm wide, flattened and slightly ribbed. Pale skin. Very soft flavor, slightly lemony. Partially empty seed cavities. 80 days.
Packet of 15 seeds: $2,49

Dr. Carolyn

Large white cherry type with a nice fruity flavor. Pale yellow, smooth fruits. Firm. Nice quality. Selected by Dr. Carolyn Male from a yellow cherry sport. 80 days.
Packet of 20 seeds: $2,49


Bright red, round, slightly flattened, large size tomatoes with good old-fashioned acidic flavor. Nice for canning. Some disease resistance. From Bulgaria, Druzba meaning "friendship". 80-95 days.
Packet of 15 seeds: $2,49

Dr. Wyche    (Dr. Wyche's Yellow)

Large, yellow-orange tomato, some with green shoulders. Can reach 0,5 kg. Dense and fleshy. Renowned flavor. Dr. Wyche selected many yellow tomato varieties during his life and used the manure from a nearby zoo to grow lush gardens. 85 days.
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Dwarf Champion                

Medium size tomatoes (7-8 cm), deep pink in color. Round, flattened shape. Very good looking, smooth, few defects. Firm flesh. Sturdy, compact plants, with rugose foliage, about 75 cm high. 80 days. 

Packet of 20 seeds: $1,99

Earl of Edgecomb

Perfectly round, deep orange globes. Tender and fleshy. Medium size. Medium-size plants, about 1 m tall. Brought to England by a New Zealand farmer.
Packet of 25 seeds: $2,49

            evergreen Emerald Evergreen

Green beefsteak which ripen to a lime green color. Medium to large size, from 5 to 10 cm, slightly ribbed at the shoulders. Nice tangy flavor with a zesty twist. Moderately sweet. Green flesh with emerald gel. Around 75-80 days.
Packet of 20 seeds: $2,49

Eva Purple Ball

Deep pink, reddish, tennis ball-size fruits. Mild, juicy and firm flesh. Thin skin. Old Germany heirloom, Black Forest (1880). 70 days.
Packet of 20 seeds: 2,49$

 Evans Purple Pear

Purple plum tomato, oval to pear shaped, 5 to 5,5 cm long. Potato leaf type (grandifolium). Looks a lot like Boars Hoof, but seems to be a little more late. 90 days.
Packet of 10 seeds: $1,99

Federle            New for 2018

Large paste tomato that can reach 17 cm long. Most of them are pepper-shaped, with pointy ends. Meaty, few seeds. About 300 g. Productive. Excellent for processing.. About 85 days.
Packet of 10 seeds: $2,99

   (Napoli A Fiaschetto)

Italian variety providing small, bulbous, Roma-type fruits. Very good flavor, aromatic, rich and intense. Silky, creamy flesh. Many uses: fresh, grilling, sauce, canning, etc. Small, 5-cm red fruits with pointed tips. Compact 1-m plant (Bush tomato). Early: 60 days. Determinate. Also known as Napoli a Fiaschetto. Rare.
Packet of 15 seeds:  $2,49

Floradade  (Flora-Dade, Floradade OP)      

Variety selected by the Univeristy of Florida for growing in hot and humid consitions. Good disease resistance (Fusarium 1 & 2, Verticilum 1, Stemphyliose). Productive plants bearing red globes, slightly flattened, smooth and firm, medium size (150-200 g). Determinate. 75-78 days. Popular in the markets of southeast USA. Selected in 1976.
Packet of 25 seeds: $1,99

Note: Slower germination (up to 2 weeks), but still good.

Gajo de Melon                        

Variety known for its sweet, fruity flavor, reminiscent of Sungold or Isis Candy. Yellow gold to pinkish orange fruits, more or less mottled or marbled. Round to oval. Cherry size (2,5 to 3 cm). Warning: tomato shape and color seemed to change from plant to plant when grown in 2010 (fully stabilized?) 80 days.
Packet of 20 seeds: $1,99

   (Galina's, Galina's Cherry)                New for 2018

Golden yellow cherry tomato growing on tall, potato-leaf plants (var. grandifolium). Nice, clean taste that gets sweeter as they fruits further ripen.  But what is most remarkable about this variety is its keeping quality:
the tomatoes hold on the vines for a very long time. In other words, you don't need to harvest them constantly to prevent cracking, degradation and fruits falling off the plant. Galinas will just patiently stay on the vines, waiting for you to pick them.
Even after harvest, they still keep well.for many days afterwards. Not prone to cracking.
Well formed, about 2,5 cm. Nice quality. Large plants,reaching 2 m high and more. Siberian strain, well adapted to Quebec and northern climates. Productive. Early : 65 days.
Packet of 15 seeds: $2,99

German Gold    (Mammoth German Gold)

Large bicolor with yellow-orange skin and red stripes. Smooth flavor with low acidity (Quebec, 2004). Large to very large size. From Germany, 1890. 85-90 days.
Packet of 20 seeds: $2,49

German Johnson

Old fashioned pink beefsteak with nice flavor. Around 700 g. Round, slightly flattened and ribbed. Old american heirloom. Good for the garden or the markets. 75-80 days.
Packet of 20 seeds: $2,49

german strawberry German Strawberry 

Red-pink fruits somewhat irregular in shape, from elongated to round. Some are oxheart-shaped. Very good flavor. Delicious taste, similar to Anna Russian. Medium size (6 cm). Finely divided foliage. Early: 60-70 days.
Packet of 20 seeds: 2,49$

Giallo a Grappoli

This is a specialty type that is kept hung in Italy for winter use. Fruits turn quickly to a clear yellow color but will not ripen completely on the plant. They will keep for months afterwards when stored in a cool place. Selection with golden yellow skin and yellow to peach flesh (click on thumbnail for a larger view). Medium size: about 5 cm. Determinate. Rare! 
Packet of 20 seeds: $2,49

Can only be used for winter keeping. Cannot be eaten right from the garden (not ripe). Store in a cool, dry place.
   Giant Belgium     

Huge pink beefsteaks that can weigh up to 1 kg (2 lbs)! Deep rosy pink color. Sweet flavor. Giant Belgium tomatoes were supposedly used to make wine (?). Around 85 days.
Packet of 15 seeds: $3,49


Determinate. Extra early type with red salad-size fruits (5 cm) on a rather short potato-leaf plant (1 m). Produces well in cool climates. Good for small gardens. 55 days.
Packet of 15 seeds: $2,49

For similar varieties see: SIBERIA, SUB-ARCTIQUE, MANITOBA and MOSKVICH,    

Gold Medal                       

Larege to very large golden yellow fruits with rosy red stripes. Flattened, lobed and ruffled. Can reach up to 1 kilo. Very nice marbled flesh. Sweet taste, low acidity. Still early for a tomato of this size. 80 days.
Packet of 10 seeds: $2,99

Golden Jubilee

Bright orange, 10 cm fruits with very mild flavor. Few seeds. Good for those who can't tolerate tomato acidity. 80 days. Packet of 20 seeds: $1.99

Golden Pineapple

Huge bicolor than can reach almost one kilogram. Looks like the Pineapple but it is more intensely colored. Orange-golden skin striped with red bands. 90 days. Rare!
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Golden Queen

Golden salad-size fruits with mild taste. 1882. 65 days.
Packet of 25 seeds: $2,49

Gold Nugget   

Determinate. Gold colored, cherry-size fruits on dwarf plants. Very early, first fruits appear after 55 days. Good production. Developed by Dr. James Baggett from the University of Oregon. Ideal for small spaces or pots.
Packet of 20 seeds: $2,49

Golden Queen USDA

Golden Queen strain with larger fruits. Medium size. Mild, sweet taste. Very ripe fruits have some pink markings. 80 days.
Packet of 25 seeds: $2,49

Goldie   (Yellow Giant Belgium)

Huge, pale orange fruits that can reach up to 1 kg. Smooth texture and nice, rich flavor. Low acidity. Waxy skin. Comes from the Giant Belgium strain. Also called Yellow Giant Belgium. 85 days.
Lower germination rate (60-65%), but packet increased to 35 seeds (enough for at least 20 plants).
Packet of 35 seeds: $2,49


Big pink-red fruits with extra nice old-fashioned taste. Bold flavor and good acidity. Shape is somewhat flattened and often lobed.  Jumbo size: can reach more than one kilo. This is the non hybrid, open pollinated Goliath, not very big on production, but definitely big on taste! 85 days.
Packet of 10 seeds: $2,99

Grappoli d'Inverno

Determinate. Italian variety used for winter keeping. Can be eaten fresh too. Keeps for long. Name means "Winter grapes (or clusters). Compact plants. Tomatoes stays very long on the plant (practically never fall). Fruits look like Juliet F1 or grape tomatoes. Rare.
Packet of 20 seeds: $2,49

Great White

A tender flesh with amazing fruity undertones. Delicious. Low acidity. Let the fruits ripen completely for the flavors to reach their peak. Pick the fruits when the underside is striped with some pink coloring. Large to very large size. This is one of the best white tomatoes out there. It's hard to resist one of these fruits when its fully ripe! Recommended. 85 days.
Packet of  20 seeds: $1,99

Green Bell Pepper

Stuffing type with green striped skin. Not as deeply lobbed as Yellow Stuffer or the red stuffers. Nice flavor. Medium size: 6-8 cm. Late, around 90 days.
Packet of 5 seeds: $2,49

Green Cherry

Large green cherry (cocktail-size: 3 to 3,5 cm) ripening to amber. A Solana selection from Aunt Ruby's Cherry. Best tasting when not too ripe. You really have to pick them before they turn completely amber. Tall plants (2 m). Around 75 days.
Packet of 25 seeds: $1,99

Green Giant

Exceptional variety for many reasons. First, it's one of the few potato leaf  varieties with green fruits. And this one is really green, even when ripe (turns to lime green). Also, the fruits are among the largest of the greens at 500 g. Finally, there is that wonderful, delicious taste, which can be described as fruity and tangy. Flesh is also very smooth. Large, flattened, round fruits. Potato leaf. Late, around 90 days. From tomato breeder Reinhard Kraft (Germany).
Packet of 10 seeds: $2,99

Green Giant was one of the great favorites at the Tomatopalooza and Choptag tasting festivals (USA).

Green Grape     

This variety has greenish, oval cherry-size fruits reminiscent of green grapes. Very ripe tomatoes take a more amber coloration (right picture). Nice in salads for color and its unique slightly spicy, musky aroma. 75 days.
Packet of  20 seeds: $2,49

Green Pear             New for 2018

Large clusters of small pear-shaped, green-when-ripe tomatoes. Taste can vary from exceptional to just average, depending on the season. Try not to over-water them during ripening. When these little pears get a reddish blush, then you know they are at their best (super rich taste). Unfortunately, they did not mature properly during the lame 2017 season we had here in Quebec (stayed yellowish green). Huge clusters of 30+ tomatoes. Oval to pear-shaped, 4 cm long. About 75 days. 
Packet of 15 seeds: $2,99

Green Pineapple

Appealing green tomato of a very nice quality . Lime green skin stripped with darker green. Medium to large size fruits. Taste is hard to describe but is surely very pleasing. Adds color to a tomato salad. 75 days. You must try this one at least one time. Simply delicious. Maybe the best green tomato around. Limited supply.
Packet of 8 seeds: $3,49

Green Sausage

Marvelous green paste tomatoes with incredible zigzag pattern. Beautiful emerald green flesh. For fresh eating or to make salsa verde or green ketchup. Fruity, zesty flavor. Very productive, dwarf plants (50 cm), that are almost collapsing under the weight of tomatoes. Very long leaves (touch the ground). 80 days. Limited supply.
Packet of 10 seeds: $3,49

Green Tiger    

Beautiful, elongated green tomatoes with darker green striping. Well-formed fruits, good quality, no cracking. Julienne type, about 7 cm long. Looks just like a green version of Blush tomato. Click thumbnails for details. Taste is best when fruits are very ripe (amber skin) and start to soften a bit:  it is then amazingly intense and complex, almost candy-like, with zesty overtones. Good yields. Early. 70 days.
Packet of 10 seeds: $2,99

Green Zebra   

Striking lime green fruits with green stripes. Salad-size, 4 to 6 cm in diameter. Fresh, lemony or zesty flavor. Great in salads with other tomatoes. A favorite of chefs and specialty markets. Selected by Tom Wagner of Tater Mater Seeds. 86 days.
Packet of 20 seeds: $1,99


Determinate. Oval or egg shaped pink fruit, 7 to 8 cm long. Thin skin. Said to be great for canning. Very small plants: 70-80 cm high. From Siberia. Early: 65 days.
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  Heinz 2274          

Selected by Heinz for making ketchup, paste and sauce. Red fruits are round, slightly angular and medium size (130 g). Very firm tomato, good shipper. Good producer. Crack resistant.  Excellent canning tomato. Determinate. 80 days.
Packet of 15 seeds: $2,49

. Howard Paste

Elongated paste tomato reaching more than 12 cm long, with typical pointed end like a pepper. Some fruits are thicker than others. Meaty, low in juice, high in pectin. Makes a a very nice tomato sauce.  "Howard German Paste". 80 days.
Packet of 10 seeds: $2,99


Excellent subtle flavor with hints of tropical fruits or banana undertones (like Great White). One the largest yellow tomatoes, with fruits reaching almost one kilogram. This is a pale yellow variety bordering on the white. Let the tomatoes ripen fully in order to enjoy their wonderful taste. A nice variety from the american midwest. 90 days.
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Huge bunches with more than 50 small, teardrop shaped yellow fruits. Nice sweet flavor. 75-80 days. Packet of 20 seeds: $1,99

Packet of 15 seeds: $2,99

For a smiliar variety, see tomato Millefleur.

Isis Brandy

A stabilized cross between Yellow Brandywine and Isis Candy (!). Flattened, round fruits (4 to 6 cm) , yellow with pink blush on the underside. Very juicy, sweet and fruity when fully ripe*. Around 70 days. Very rare !  Packet of 10 seeds: $2,99

* Make sure to let the fruits completely ripen. Otherwise, they will taste rather bland.

Isis Candy

A very nice little candy literally packed with nectar. One of the sweetest cherry tomato offered. Wonderful coloration combining yellow, orange and red. Click photos for more details. Appetizing and delicious. 70 days.
Packet of 20 seeds: $2,49

Jaune Flammée

Salad size, yellow-orange fruits with red markings inside. Unique flavor. Nice appearance. Click thumbnails for details. Great variety from France. Early and productive. Beautiful and tasty. Recommended. 60-65 days.
Packet of 15 seeds: $2,49

. Justine

Paste type tomato shaped like a bell or a pear. Medium size. Very late. 110 days. Zone 5 or more. Very rare. Packet of  25 seeds: $2,49

Kalman's Hungarian Pink  

Elongated, slightly angular pink tomato that can be used either fresh or to prepare a very nice tasting sauce. Medium size. Click photos for details. Late variety. First fruits are not ready until september 1st here in zone 5. 100 days. Zone 5 and more.
Packet of 15 seeds: $2,49

Kellogg's Breakfast

Pale orange-yellow fruits, very big size. Sweet flavor. 80-85 days. From Darell Kellogg, West Virginia.
Packet of 20 seeds: $2,49

  Lilian's Yellow   (Lilian's Yellow Heirloom)

Large, flattened, pale yellow fruits with very smooth flesh. Sweet, non acidic flavor. Potato-leaf type. Popular heirloom in the US. 100 days. Zone 5 and more.
Packet of 25 seeds: $2,49

Note: Slower germination, 2 weeks.

Lime Green Salad

Determinate. Salad size, yellow-green fruits with a beautiful green pulp. Compact plants don't need staking. Quite early: 58 days.
Packet of 10 seeds: $3,49

Limmony   (Lemony)

Bright yellow tomato with unique lemony taste. Ripe fruits show some pink markings. Large size. Very good production. 80 days. Russia.
Packet of 25 seeds: $2,49

Lisbon      (Lisboa)           

Perfectly round, bright red fruits. Smooth skin, nice looking. Medium size. Similar to Palla di Fuoco (Fireball). 75 days. Packet of 30 seeds: $2,49


Pale yellow, semi translucent, cherry tomato with nice fruity taste. Fruits are beautiful too. Popular in some roadside markets.
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Lutescent    (Lutescent, Honor Bright)
These tomatoes first appear in a pale green color but then turn white, yellow, orange and finally red. The foliage is yellowish (it's normal) and the flowers are white. A very unusual genetic. All this aside, the fruits still taste like tomatoes. Discovered in 1897 in a field (Livingston). 75-80 days.
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