Potted Tomato Plants – Heirlooms



Grow your own delicious heirloom tomatoes! Choose a variety from our selection of transplants.

Varieties Included: 

Green Zebra

A delicious, tangy salad tomato, ripe just as the green fruit develops a yellow blush, accentuating the darker green stripes. The 3–4 oz. fruits are the ideal size for slicing into wedges for salads. Productive over a long season.


Highly productive black heirloom with excellent flavor.

Black Krim

Black Krim combines bold, smoky flavor and good texture with an unusual appearance. Deep brown/red, 8-16 oz. tomatoes have brown/green shoulders that get darker with more heat and sunlight. High yielding.

German Johnson

More vigorous, higher yielding Brandywine type. Recommended for higher productivity in a pink heirloom. Earlier, more uniform, and slightly smaller than Brandywine at 8-16 oz. Fruits have lots of deep, acidic tomato flavor and a rich, creamy texture.

Cherokee Purple

Unusual variety with full flavor. Famously rich flavor and texture make this a colorful favorite among heirloom enthusiasts. Medium-large, flattened globe, 8-12 oz. fruits. Color is dusky pink with dark shoulders. Multicolor interior ranges from purple to brown to green. Relatively short vines.

Paul Robeson

A Russian heirloom that continues to be a favorite in taste test competitions.
Brick red, 8 to 12 ounce fruits have dark green shoulders and red flesh. Flavor is exceptional with a nice balance of sweetness and acidity. Named in honor of Paul Robeson, the famous opera singer and civil rights activist.

Additional Information
Heirloom Varieties

Black Krim, Carbon, Cherokee Purple, German Johnson, Green Zebra, Paul Robeson