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Slicing Tomatoes

  

Medium- to large-size Tomatoes that are round, slightly flattened, or shaped like a heart are the easiest to slice into meaty portions for fresh eating or grilling. Tomatoes with ridges or deep lobes, such as 'Costoluto Genovese' and 'Zapotec', make beautiful red slices with scalloped edges. Or, get creative with different colors -- yellow ('Gold Medal Yellow', 'Lemon Boy', 'Taxi', 'Yellow Brandywine'); orange ('Old-Timey Yellow', 'Valencia'); dark ('Black from Tula', 'Cherokee Purple'); and even bicolors ('Copia', 'Green Zebra', 'Striped German'). We can hardly wait for summer! For tips on growing Tomatoes, click here.

We are sorry but we have sold out of all our Tomato varieties at this time. Please check back with us again in late December to view and shop our selections. Thank you.

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