Friday, March 18, 2016

Certified Organic Tomato Plants

Here is a listing of the certified organic tomato plants that we are growing to sell for the 2016 season.  These varieties were selected from several different seed companies to provide a good selection of the determinate (or bush type) organic varieties. The descriptions and photographys below come from the seed catalogs.
Please note that we also grow many varieties of indeterminate tomatoes for our own use and we would be willing to plant addition seeds from our supply if customers are looking for an indeterminate variety. Please contact us as soon as possible to see if we have seeds for your favorites.
If you are interested in reserving tomato plants, please call us at 814-274-8004 or send an email to metzgerfarm@gmail.com to place your orders. Quantities are limited and by reserving your plants now, you are offered a better selection.
I will also be listing the sweet and hot peppers in a separate blog post.

Photo From
Seed Savers Exchange


Silvery Fir Tree Tomato
Traditional Russian variety with distinctive carrot-like silvery-gray foliage on compact 24” p;lants Heavy crops of round, slightly flattened 3”-3 1/2” red fruit. Does well in hanging baskets or on patios. Determinate. 60 days from transplant.
$4.00 per plant in 3-inch peat pot.






Photo From High Mowing
Organic Seeds


Roma VF Paste
Productive plum tomato with great disease resistance! Vigorous and strong, producing heavy yields of picture-perfect, thick-walled fruits with deep red color and mild flavor. Open pollinated. 65 days from transplant
$3.75 per plant in 3” peat pot.







Photo From High
Mowing Organic Seeds

Iron Lady F1 Hybrid
Fight the blight with this disease-resistant red slicer! Impressive resistance to late blight, early blight, septoria and more. Fine-textured fruit is both dense and juicy with good tomato flavor. Determinate. 75 days from transplant.
$4.25 per plant in 3” peat pot.

Photo From Southern
Exposure Organic Seeds


Mountain Princess
Perfectly round fruits with crowd-pleasing mild sweet flavor. Very productive and early, great for short, cool seasons. A customer favorite for containers. Grown for generations in the Monongahela National Forest region of West Virginia. Determinate. 68 days from transplant.
$4 per plant in 3” peat pot.






Photo From Southern
Exposure Organic Seeds

Rutgers Tomato
Hearty tomato flavor and meaty texture. Bright red fruit with a small seed cavity and good color throughout. Good for slicing or canning. Resists cracking. Open pollinated. Determinate. 75 days from transplant.
$4 per plant in 3” peat pot.






Photo From Johnny's
Selected Seeds

Gold Nugget Cherry Tomato
An early prolific golden cherry tomato. Deep yellow color. Compact plants with concentrated early set.  Determinate. 56 days from transplant.
$3.75 per plant in 3” peat pot.








Photo From Johnny's
Selected Seeds

Oregon Spring Tomato
Medium sized, early cold tolerant. First early harvest for cool northern locations. Compact plants bearing 6-7 oz. fruit.  Determinate. 60 days from transplant.
$3.75 per plant in 3” peat pot.





Photo From High Mowing
Organic Seeds

Heinz 1350 VF
A productive garden variety with concentrated fruit set and an excellent processing tomato for canning or cooking. Widely 
adapted and good for salad use too. Round 4 - 6” fruits. Determinate. 75 days from transplant. 
$4.00 per plant in 3” peat pot.


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