Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Tomato Seeds

When my husband and I became engaged, he told me that he had a storehouse of seeds from a crazy time period when he had 80 plants going at a time.

This morning, I pulled out the seed box and we have been chatting up a storm about these seeds most of the day.

Many of them are from 2000 and 2001, but we expect that they'll germinate reasonably well. I am taking some time this evening to list what we have and what we'll be planting this year.

P - Purchased seeds (all other seeds listed are harvested from the indicated year's crop)

Key Tomato
Key Tomato
P2000 Aker's West Virginia
P2000 Marmande
P2000 Anna Russian
2001 Marmande
P2000 Aunt Ruby's German Green
2001 Mortgage Lifter
2000 Aunt Ruby's German Green
P2000 Mountain Princess
2001 Black Plum
2001 Mr. Stripey
2001 Black Zebra
2000 Mule Team
P2000 Blue Ridge Mtn
2001 Nebraska Wedding
P2000 Box Car Willie
P2000 Nepal
2001 Brown Flesh
2001 Nepal
2000 Burgess Red Stuffing
2001 Nimitz
1999 Campari
2001 Odoriko
2001 Carmello
2001 Orange Strawberry
2001 Cherokee Purple
2001 Oregon Spring
2001 Cherriette of Fire
P2000 Orenburg Giant
P2000 Costoluto Genovese
2000 Pineapple
P2000 Delicious
P2000 Pruden's Purple
2000 Dona
2001 Purple Brandywine
2000 Early Cascade
2001 Purple Calabash
2001 El Camino Real
P2000 Red Brandywine
2001 Enchantment
P2000 Red Robin
P2000 Erica D'Australe
P2000 Riesentraube
P2000 Eva Purple Ball
2001 Russian 117
2001 Evergreen
2000 Sandul Moldovan
2000 Flavoremore
2001 Sausage
2001 Fourth of July
2001 Sigona's Giant Yellow
2001 Fruity mix
2000 Special Stupice
2001 Fuzzy Mix
2000 St. Pierre
2001 Georgia Streak
2000 Striped German
P2000 German Johnson
2000 Stupice
P2000 German Red Strawberry
P2000 Super Sioux
P2000 Glasnost
P2000 The 1884
P2000 Grandpa's Cock's Plume
P2000 Totem
2001 Great White
2000 Valenera(?)
P2000 Green Zebra
P2000 Violaceum Krypni-Rozo
2001 Green Zebra
P2000 Wes
P2000 Hillbilly
2001 Yellow Ruffled
P2000 Hires Rootstock

P2000 Isploin

2001 Lime Green Salad

I will need to update this with links to the varieties higher up in the alphabet that I missed.

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