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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog

Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog Table of Contents Lettuce Seeds 3 Melon Seeds 12 Pepper Seeds

Table of Contents

Lettuce Seeds

3

Melon Seeds

12

Pepper Seeds – Sweet Peppers

17

Pepper Seeds – Hot Peppers

24

Tomato Seeds - Hearts

25

Tomato Seeds – Paste, Plum, and Canners

47

Tomato Seeds – Container and Dwarf Tomatoes

63

Tomato Seeds - Cherry

92

Tomato Seeds - Currant

112

Tomato Seeds - Pink

114

Tomato Seeds – Red

158

Tomato Seeds – Yellow and Orange

206

Tomato Seeds – Black/Purple

230

Tomato Seeds – Bi-Color and Multi-Color

243

Tomato Seeds – White, Light Yellow, and Peach-Colored

251

Tomato Seeds - Green

256

Tomato Seeds – Striped Tomatoes

265

Tomato Seeds – Unusual Tomatoes

267

Watermelon Seeds

269

Winter Squash Seeds

271

– Unusual Tomatoes 267 Watermelon Seeds 269 Winter Squash Seeds 271 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page 2
– Unusual Tomatoes 267 Watermelon Seeds 269 Winter Squash Seeds 271 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page 2

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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog   Lettuce Seeds Amerikanischer Braun Large beautiful
 

Lettuce Seeds

Amerikanischer Braun

Amerikanischer Braun

Large beautiful green/red/brown loose heads with ruffled leaves. Light gray seed.

History : Speculatively, this seems to be a German name for an old American variety but its history is unknown.

Seed Source: MI FL J 07 (Jeff Fleming of Augusta, Michigan) / PA WE W 01 (Will Woys Weaver of Devon, Pennsylvania)

Crop: 2010

 

Unit Price: $2.25

Amish Deer Tongue

Amish Deer Tongue

Dark seeds, compact plant with sharply triangular green leaves, very nice flavor, crunchy texture.

History : Amish heirloom.

Seed Source: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds 07

Crop: 2010

Unit Price: $2.25

Bacardi

Bacardi

Black seed. Very nice large pink/brown yellow/green butterhead lettuce with soft leaves and very good taste. Very beautiful in a garden bed and in salads.

History :

Seed Source: MI FL J 07 (Jeff Fleming, Augusta, Michigan) / WA SC M 99 (Mary Schultz of Monroe, Washington) / an unknown commercial source

Crop: 2011

Unit Price: $2.25

Washington) / an unknown commercial source Crop: 2011 Unit Price: $2.25 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page 3
Washington) / an unknown commercial source Crop: 2011 Unit Price: $2.25 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page 3

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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog   Baquieu Compact and bolt resistant head lettuce variety with
 

Baquieu

Compact and bolt resistant head lettuce variety with beautiful red tinged, finely crinkled leaves.

History : Heirloom from the French CV Terre de Semences, now offered by French CV Kokopelli.

Seed Source: MI FL J (2003 seed) / DENM TO L (Lila Towle of Tjele, Denmark)

Crop: 2009

Unit Price: $2.25

Black Seeded Simpson

Black Seeded Simpson

Leaf type with light green/yellowish leaves which are ruffled, slow to bolt. Dark seeds.

History :

Seed Source: CV ? 04

Crop: 2009

Unit Price: $2.25

Brown Dutch Winter

Brown Dutch Winter

Butterhead type, dark seeds, large loose heads, pale green leaves with brown margins, very cold tolerant, can overwinter in Zone 4.

History : Grown by Thomas Jefferson at Monticello, this variety was noted as early as 1731 by English botanist Stephan Switzer.

Seed Source: MI FL J / OH SU F 01

Crop: 2008

 

Unit Price: $2.25

Seed Source : MI FL J / OH SU F 01 Crop: 2008   Unit Price:
Seed Source : MI FL J / OH SU F 01 Crop: 2008   Unit Price:

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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog Buttercrunch Green butterhead lettuce with small to medium size firm
Buttercrunch

Buttercrunch

Green butterhead lettuce with small to medium size firm heads and crispy leaves. Very good flavor.

History : PI 536804 . Donated to the USDA in 1963 by Joseph Harris Company, Inc. and New York State Agricultural Experiment Station.

Seed Source: CV Pacific Northwest 07

Crop: 2011

Unit Price: $2.25

 

Cimmaron

60 70 days, romaine lettuce with large crisp heads of deep red color, 10 12” tall and 10" wide, delicious flavor. Red color develops best in cooler weather. Dark seeds. Slow bolting variety.

History : Heirloom lettuce which dates back to the 18th century.

Seed Source: CV Heirloom Seeds 11; CV Pinetree Seeds 08; CV West Coast Seeds 11

Crop: 2010

Unit Price: $2.25

Cowlick

Cowlick

Loose leaf type lettuce with bright green crinkled leaves and excellent sweet taste. Grows very fast and does not bolt very quickly.

History : From Czechoslovakia.

Seed Source: Full Circle Seeds 07

Crop: 2011

Unit Price: $2.25

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Seed Source : Full Circle Seeds 07 Crop: 2011 Unit Price: $2.25 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page 5

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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog Dark Lolla Rossa Very dark red loose leaf heads, frilly leaves,
Dark Lolla Rossa

Dark Lolla Rossa

Very dark red loose leaf heads, frilly leaves, excellent for baby green salads, crisp and flavorful. Very slow bolting, I have been harvesting good heads in early August, when all the over lettuce varieties I grew this year went to seed.

History : Selection of Lolla Rossa, a widely available commercial variety. This strain said to have been selected for its darker coloration.

Seed Source: CV Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds 07

Crop: 2011

Unit Price: $2.25

De Morges Braun

De Morges Braun

Romaine type lettuce with tender rounded and slightly crinkled leaves that are tinged pink in spring but change to light green in summer. Very good flavor and texture.

History : An heirloom.

Seed Source: Full Circle Seeds 06

Crop: 2010

Unit Price: $2.25

Esmeralda

Esmeralda

Green butterhead type, very nice texture and flavor, large and firm heads can grow up to 1 lb. It is good for spring, summer, and fall plantings.

Resistant to tip burn, bolting, downy mildew and lettuce mosaic virus.

History : ?

Seed Source: West Coast Seeds 05, 11

Crop: 2011

 

Unit Price: $2.25

Seed Source : West Coast Seeds 05, 11 Crop: 2011   Unit Price: $2.25 Tatiana’s TOMATObase
Seed Source : West Coast Seeds 05, 11 Crop: 2011   Unit Price: $2.25 Tatiana’s TOMATObase

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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog Forellenschluss Romaine lettuce with delicate green leaves flecked with
Forellenschluss

Forellenschluss

Romaine lettuce with delicate green leaves flecked with wine red splotches. Texture and flavor of butterhead lettuce.

History : Austrian heirloom introduced in U.S. by Seed Savers Exchange who obtained variety from Arche Noah, an Austrian seed preservation group.

Name means “speckled like a trout’s back”.

Seed Source: MI FL J 07

Crop: 2009

 

Unit Price: $2.25

Galactic Red

Galactic Red

Dark red leaf lettuce, slow bolting, compact heads, great cutting lettuce with strong flavor. White seeds.

History : ?

Seed Source: MI FL J 07; CV Snow Seed 11

Crop: 2009, 2011

Unit Price: $2.25

Hanson

Hanson

Green crisphead lettuce that is slow bolting. Very nice taste, sweet with a very slight touch of bitterness that makes it more flavorful. Cold hardy. White seed.

History : Very old variety, introduced by Henry A. Dreer Company in 1871, offered by Burpee and others in the 1890s.

PI 536738 . Donated to the USDA in 1959 by Pieter Wheeler Seed Company.

Seed Source: Jeff Fleming, Augusta, Michigan 07 (MI FL J) / Seed Savers Exchange 00

Crop: 2011

Unit Price: $2.25

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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog Hungarian Winter Butterhead lettuce with tender green leaves with pink
Hungarian Winter

Hungarian Winter

Butterhead lettuce with tender green leaves with pink tinge and speckles that disappear in summer. Very cold tolerant and can overwinter in zone 6. This is a true winter variety, it bolts early in summer and better be planted several weeks before the last frost or in the fall, to overwinter.

History : Hungarian heirloom.

Seed Source: MI FL J 07 (Jeff Fleming, Augusta, Michigan) / Seed Savers Exchange 98

Crop: 2010

 

Unit Price: $2.25

La Brillante

La Brillante

Large crisphead lettuce with firm and crispy green leaves. Slow bolting. Excellent taste.

History : ?

Seed Source: MI FL J 07 / SC M 04

Crop: 2009

Unit Price: $2.25

Landis Winter

Landis Winter

Butterhead type. White seeds, green leaves, beautiful small heads, good taste. It bolts very quickly in hot weather, so it is not suitable for growing in spring/early summer, especially in warmer zones. It is recommended for fall and winter crops as an excellent winter lettuce which is very hardy.

History : Pennsylvania Dutch tennis ball type.

Seed Source: MI FL J / Terroir Seeds (former Underwood Gardens) 01

Crop: 2008

 

Unit Price: $2.25

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Seeds (former Underwood Gardens) 01 Crop: 2008   Unit Price: $2.25 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page 8

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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog Leda Green crisphead lettuce with small to medium size heads, softer
Leda

Leda

Green crisphead lettuce with small to medium size heads, softer leaves compared to other crisphead varieties, very good sweet taste. It does not bolt until the end of June here in Pacific North West. My favorite crisphead lettuce.

History : A commercial variety from Slovenia.

Seed Source: Randy White, Mission, BC, Canada 07 / CV Semenarna Ljubljana 2004

Crop: 2010

 

Unit Price: $2.25

Little Gem

Little Gem

White seeds, green small cos (romaine) lettuce heads, crispy and flavorful, very fast growing. It is the first spring lettuce to grow heads, and this is why I have been growing it every year.

History :

Seed Source: CV Baker Creek

Crop: 2011

Unit Price: $2.25

 

Pinetree Kitchen Mix

This is a mix of many tasty mild and spicy greens, as per the mix recipe by Pinetree Seeds. It that includes chard, arugula, spinach, kale, mustard greens, beets, peas, and some Chinese greens. Very good for growing on a kitchen windowsill in winter, but you can also sow it in the garden in early spring.

Seed Source: Pinetree Seeds 08

Crop: 2008, 2009, 2010

Unit Price: $2.25

Seed Source : Pinetree Seeds 08 Crop: 2008, 2009, 2010 Unit Price: $2.25 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page
Seed Source : Pinetree Seeds 08 Crop: 2008, 2009, 2010 Unit Price: $2.25 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page

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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog   Pinetree Lettuce Mix This is a mix of many beautiful
 

Pinetree Lettuce Mix

This is a mix of many beautiful and tasty lettuces, as per the mix recipe by Pinetree Seeds. I love the multicolored mix and grow it every year, both in the open ground and container, sprinkling seeds around and just letting them grow to baby leaf stage for an early spring lettuce salads.

The mix includes the following lettuce varieties: Green Ice, Black Seeded Simpson, Simpson Elite, Red Velvet, Midnight Ruffles, Red Deer Tongue, Amish Deer Tongue, Matina Sweet, Buttercrunch, May Queen, and All Year Round.

Seed Source: Pinetree Seeds 08

Crop: 2008, 2009, 2010

Unit Price: $2.25

Prizehead

Prizehead

Beautiful loose leaf lettuce, curly yellow green leaves with pink edges, soft and crunchy

History : PI 536757 . Donated to United States Department of Agriculture in 1961 by Joseph Harris Company, Inc.

Seed Source: CV Pacific Northwest Seed 07

Crop: 2011

Unit Price: $2.25

Redina

Redina

Dark purple lolla rossa lettuce with crispy leaves. Very beautiful and tasty. Grey seeds. Said to be resistant to Downy Mildew and Sclerotinia Stem Rot. Slow bolting.

History : ?

Seed Source: MI FL J 07 (Jeff Fleming, Augusta, Michigan)

Crop: 2010

Unit Price: $2.25

MI FL J 07 (Jeff Fleming, Augusta, Michigan) Crop: 2010 Unit Price: $2.25 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page
MI FL J 07 (Jeff Fleming, Augusta, Michigan) Crop: 2010 Unit Price: $2.25 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page

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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog Rossa D’Amerique Loose leaf lettuce with beautiful ruffled leaves
Rossa D’Amerique

Rossa D’Amerique

Loose leaf lettuce with beautiful ruffled leaves with dark pink splashes. White/grey seed.

History : Italian? PI 612651 . Donated to the USDA in 1990 by Schultz, M., Seed Bank.

a.k.a. Rossa Di Trento or Drunken Woman .

Seed Source: Full Circle Seeds 07

Crop: 2011

Unit Price: $2.25

Tango

Tango

Dark seeds, green looseleaf lettuce that looks a lot like an endive; extremely curly, deeply cut green leaves are ideal for baby greens, extremely cold hardy, overwinters here in PNW, excellent taste. My favorite leaf lettuce.

History : ?

Seed Source: Pinetree Seeds 05

Crop: 2011

 

Unit Price: $2.25

Tania Lettuce Mix

Tania Lettuce Mix

This is a natural cross of Red Leprechaun lettuce with an unknown, likely green, oakleaf that was discovered in my 2010 garden when I grew Red Leprechaun lettuce from the seed I received from Bill Minkey of Darien, Wisconsin, where the cross likely to have appeared. The seed will produce a colorful mix of oakleaf/romaine lettuces, some solid green and some with purplish speckles. Very fast growing and robust, great flavor.

History : A natural cross of Red Leprechaun red romaine lettuce with an unknown oakleaf variety that produced a range of romaine lettuces, some with purple speckles and some with serrated leaves. It was discovered in the garden of Tatiana Kouchnareva in 2010 in the patch of Red Leprechaun lettuce.

 

Seed Source: WI MI B 06 (Red Leprechaun seed)

Crop: 2010

Unit Price: $2.25

Seed Source : WI MI B 06 (Red Leprechaun seed) Crop: 2010 Unit Price: $2.25 Tatiana’s
Seed Source : WI MI B 06 (Red Leprechaun seed) Crop: 2010 Unit Price: $2.25 Tatiana’s

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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog Timpurie de Mai Butterhead type with loose heads. White seeds, light
Timpurie de Mai

Timpurie de Mai

Butterhead type with loose heads. White seeds, light green soft leaves, beautiful small heads, good taste. It bolts very quickly in hot weather, so it is not suitable for growing in spring/early summer, especially in warmer zones. Very early maturing. Recommended for winter growing in mild winter climates.

History : ?

Seed Source: MI FL J 03 (Jeff Fleming, Augusta, Michigan)

Crop: 2009

 

Unit Price: $2.25

Tom Thumb

Tom Thumb

Very early, 35-45 days, green butterhead lettuce with very small heads. Sweet buttery flavor. Very good summer lettuce, as it tolerates high temperatures at maturity and resists bolting better than larger butterhead varieties. Dark seeds.

History : United States Department of Agriculture, PI 536767. Donated to the USDA in 1970 by Ferry-Morse Seed Company.

Seed Source: West Coast Seeds 11

Crop: 2011

 

Unit Price: $2.25

 

Melon Seeds

 

Ananas

100 days. Sweet and juicy white flesh. Fruit are around 3-4 lbs.

History :

Known in France as Ananas d'Amerique a Chair Verte. An old

heirloom from the 1800s.

Seed Source: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds 06

Crop: 2011

Unit Price: $3.00

Seed Source : Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds 06 Crop: 2011 Unit Price: $3.00 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page
Seed Source : Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds 06 Crop: 2011 Unit Price: $3.00 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page

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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog Charentais Fruits are 2 ‐ 3 lb., with light grey ‐
Charentais

Charentais

Fruits are 2 3 lb., with light greygreen skin and bright orange flesh, very sweet and very fragrant. It does not slip off the vine when ripe, fruits are mature when they turn slightly yellow and are fragrant.

History : A very old French heirloom that originated in the PoitouCharentes region circa 1920.

Seed Source: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds 06

Crop: 2011

 

Unit Price: $3.00

 

Collective Farm Woman

Early white flesh melon with yellowish golden skin, small ~2 4 lbs fruits that are super sweet and fragrant. Very good melon for short season gardeners.

History : Russian/Ukrainian heirloom melon, collected in 1993 by Seed Savers Exchange.

Russian name: Kolkhoznitsa

Seed Source: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds 05

Crop: 2009

Unit Price: $3.00

Crenshaw

Crenshaw

Large oval melons with green/yellow skin and salmon pink flesh, very sweet. I am surprised it matured in our PNW climate, but I grew it in a cold frame that was closed for the most part of our cool summer. I can only imagine how sweet it can get in hotter and drier climates!

Seed Source: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds 05

History : Stabilized hybrid of casaba melons and Persian melons.

Crop: 2010

 

Unit Price: $3.00

of casaba melons and Persian melons. Crop: 2010   Unit Price: $3.00 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page 13
of casaba melons and Persian melons. Crop: 2010   Unit Price: $3.00 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page 13

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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog Extra Early Hanover 70 days, one of the earliest melons, small
Extra Early Hanover

Extra Early Hanover

70 days, one of the earliest melons, small round fruit, 10 12" in diameter, with slight ribbing, yellow netted skin when ripe, green ribbed baby fruits, yellow green flesh.

History : Introduced by T.W. Woods and Sons in 1895.

Seed Source: NY GO A 07 (Amy Goldman) / Seed Savers Exchange

Crop: 2007

Unit Price: $3.00

 

Golden Honeymoon

90+ days, very prolific healthy vines produce an abundance of large light green melons that turn yellow/gold when mature, delicious green flesh, 3 5 lbs, said to be 2 weeks earlier than regular Honeydew, but I had no opportunity to grow them side by side and compare, as our summers are cool and short in Pacific Northwest; very good keeper, can keep for weeks without losing quality.

History : ?

Seed Source: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds 07

Crop: 2007

Unit Price: $3.00

Hale’s Best Jumbo

Hale’s Best Jumbo

Quite early and ripens well in our PNW climate. 2 4 lb fruit with salmon orange flesh, good very sweet flavor. I observed two shapes from the same plants round and slightly oval.

History : An heirloom introduced in 1924.

Seed Source: CV Pacific Northwest Seed 05

Crop: 2009

 

Unit Price: $3.00

Source : CV Pacific Northwest Seed 05 Crop: 2009   Unit Price: $3.00 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page
Source : CV Pacific Northwest Seed 05 Crop: 2009   Unit Price: $3.00 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page

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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog   Jenny Lind Green flesh melon, 2 ‐ 4 lbs, sweet
 

Jenny Lind

Green flesh melon, 2 4 lbs, sweet mild flavor, slightly ribbed. The skin has some netting.

History : An heirloom cantaloupe first introduced in the 1840s. The melon is commonly believed to have been named for the Swedish singer Jenny Lind.

Seed Source: CV Pinetree Seeds 05

Crop: 2009

Unit Price: $3.00

Kazakh

Kazakh

Dark green fruit which turns yellow when ripe, very fragrant, sweet, great flavor. Small fruits.

History : An ancient type of melon from Central Asia, collected in Kazakhstan and once offered by Gurney's Seed Co, of Yankton, South Dakota.

Seed Source: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds 04

Crop: 2008

Unit Price: $3.00

Petit Gris de Rennes

Petit Gris de Rennes

Small, 1 lb melons with very sweet and fragrant orange flesh. Grey/green rind. Early, well adapted to cool climates, performs very well in PNW.

History : French origin.

Seed Source:

1. Barbara Mongenroth, NY 06;

 

2. Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds 06

Crop: 2010

Unit Price: $3.00

  2. Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds 06 Crop: 2010 Unit Price: $3.00 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page 15
  2. Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds 06 Crop: 2010 Unit Price: $3.00 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page 15

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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog Sakata’s Sweet Relatively early, very vigorous vines produce an
Sakata’s Sweet

Sakata’s Sweet

Relatively early, very vigorous vines produce an abundance of small light green, almost round fruits, that turn golden yellow when mature, 3 6" in diameter, super sweet, crisp and crunchy, very small seeds.

History : Japanese variety developed by Sakata's Seed Co., of Yokohama. Still quite rare.

Seed Source: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds 06

Crop: 2007

 

Unit Price: $3.00

Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping Beauty

Very early. Small orange fleshed melons, 1/2 1 lb, gray/yellow skin with warts/netting, slightly ribbed. Very thin skin. I observed some variability in fruit shapes: some fruits were round with a little 'turban' on the blossom end, and some flattened. Fruit easily slips off the vine when ripe. High yields. Exceptionally sweet and fragrant. Compact vines.

History : Developed by Southern Exposure Seed Exchange grower Merlyn Niedens of Illinois, introduced in 1997.

 

Seed Source: WI GR S 07 (Sue Gronholz, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin) / IL NI M 96 (Merlyn Niedens of Illinois)

Crop: 2010

Unit Price: $3.00

Spear

Spear

Larger and later maturing muskmelon that can still perform well in PNW if grown in a cold frame or a greenhouse. The skin is netted and turns yellow when mature. Sweet and fragrant orange flesh. Fruits are shaped like a dirigible.

History : SSE MELON 4

Seed Source: NY GO A 07 (Amy Goldman, NY) / SSE

Crop: 2010

 

Unit Price: $3.00

NY GO A 07 (Amy Goldman, NY) / SSE Crop: 2010   Unit Price: $3.00 Tatiana’s
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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog   Tam Dew 95-100 days. Ivory green round fruit with lime
 

Tam Dew

95-100 days. Ivory green round fruit with lime green, very sweet flesh, no ribs, classic Honeydew flavor. 5" in diameter. Said to be resistant to powdery and downy mildew.

History :

Bred by Texas A&M University.

Seed Source: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds 07

Crop: 2011

Unit Price: $3.00

Vert Grimpant

Vert Grimpant

Perfect for short season growers, this melon can easily be grown on a trellis because the fruits are only about 1 2 lbs each. Crisp and juicy sweet green flesh. Keeps well after picking.

History : Old French variety.

Also known as ‘Green Climbing’

Seed Source: Barbara Mongenroth, NY 08

Crop: 2008

Unit Price: $3.00

Pepper Seeds – Sweet Peppers

Bulharská Sladká

Bulharská Sladká

(Capsicum annuum ) Small to medium size sweet pepper that ripens from green to red. Some fruit are slightly ribbed. Thin walls. Excellent sweet taste. Very fragrant. Very good for drying.

History : Bulgarian heirloom pepper from Gatersleben. SSE PEPPER 2003.

Seed Source: WI GR S 07 (Sue Gronholz, Wisconsin) / DENM TO L 00 (Lila Towle, Denmark)

Crop: 2010

Unit Price: $2.75

/ DENM TO L 00 (Lila Towle, Denmark) Crop: 2010 Unit Price: $2.75 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page
/ DENM TO L 00 (Lila Towle, Denmark) Crop: 2010 Unit Price: $2.75 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page

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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog Chervena Chushka ( Capsicum annuum ) Delicious red frying pepper, up
Chervena Chushka

Chervena Chushka

(Capsicum annuum ) Delicious red frying pepper, up to 6 7" long, very productive, very sweet.

History : An heirloom pepper from Bulgaria.

Seed Source: Randy White, Mission, BC, Canada 05

Crop: 2009

Unit Price: $2.75

Chervena Kamba ‘Velika’

Chervena Kamba ‘Velika’

(Capsicum annuum ) Small round sweet red peppers with thick walls, 1 oz. The compact plants can be grown 1 1.5' apart to maximize the harvest from sq. ft.

History : Bulgarian variety.

Seed Source: BULG HR H 07 (Hristo Hristov, Bulgaria)

Crop: 2009

Unit Price: $2.75

Culinar Paprika

Culinar Paprika

(Capsicum annuum ) Round, flat scalloped fruit ripens from green to red, excellent sweet flavor and good productivity, thick walls. As its name indicates, it is good for making paprika.

History : ?

Seed Source: WI GR S 07 (Sue Gronholz, Wisconsin) / WA SW A 00 (Alice Swan, East Sound, Washington) / CV Lem (now defunct)

Crop: 2010

Unit Price: $2.75

East Sound, Washington) / CV Lem (now defunct) Crop: 2010 Unit Price: $2.75 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page
East Sound, Washington) / CV Lem (now defunct) Crop: 2010 Unit Price: $2.75 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page

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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog Early California Wonder ( Capsicum annuum ) early to midseason maturity.
Early California Wonder

Early California Wonder

(Capsicum annuum ) early to midseason maturity. Medium to large red bell pepper, sweet, thick walls. Very productive for a bell pepper and reliable producer here in PNW.

History :

Seed Source: CV 'Home and Garden' 06

Crop: 2009

Unit Price: $2.75

 

Golden California Wonder (Golden CalWonder)

(Capsicum annuum ) 90 days to full maturity, large golden bell peppers, very sweet and flavorful. Very thick walls.

History :

Seed Source: CV Pacific Northwest Seed 08; Snow Seed 11

Crop: 2011

Unit Price: $2.75

 

Golden Marconi ***SOLD OUT***

(Capsicum annuum ) 90 days, large yellow peppers up to 10 12" long, very sweet and flavorful, good for frying or fresh eating.

History : Italian origin.

Seed Source: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds 06

Crop: 2011

Unit Price: $2.75

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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog Kurtovska Kapiya 1619 ( Capsicum annuum ) Medium size sweet frying
Kurtovska Kapiya 1619

Kurtovska Kapiya 1619

(Capsicum annuum ) Medium size sweet frying pepper that ripens from green to red. Very aromatic, great flavor. Thin walls, very good for drying.

History : Old heirloom, now commercially available and is the most popular variety in Bulgaria. Named after Kurtovo Konare village near Plovdiv.

Seed Source: BULG HR H 07 (Hristo Hristov, Bulgaria)

Crop: 2010

Unit Price: $2.75

Lunker

Lunker

(Capsicum annuum ) Large thick fleshed bell pepper, ripens from green to red, very nice and sweet.

History : Seeds originally from Jeff Nekola, Wisconsin.

Seed Source: WI GR S 07 07 (Sue Gronholz, Wisconsin) / WI NE J 00

Crop: 2009

Unit Price: $2.75

Melrose

Melrose

(Capsicum annuum ) Very early frying pepper, 4" long, turn brilliant red very early in the season, rich very sweet flavor, great both fried and fresh. First to produce green and red peppers in my garden.

History : Italian heirloom, brought from Italy years ago.

Seed Source: Gary Fitzgerald, MA 07

Crop: 2011

Unit Price: $2.75

ago. Seed Source : Gary Fitzgerald, MA 07 Crop: 2011 Unit Price: $2.75 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page
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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog Orange Sun ( Capsicum annuum ) Sweet orange bell pepper. M
Orange Sun

Orange Sun

(Capsicum annuum ) Sweet orange bell pepper. Medium size, blocky fruit with thick walls. Compact 2’ plants. Quite early in our climate.

History : ?

Seed Source: West Coast Seeds 11

Crop: 2011

Unit Price: $2.75

Osmarsko Kambe

Osmarsko Kambe

(Capsicum annuum ) Matures bright red, heartshaped medium size heavy peppers with excellent sweet taste and very thick walls. Excellent for stuffing, cooking and fresh eating.

History : Bulgarian origin (?)

Seed Source: Hristo Hristov, Bulgaria 07

Crop: 2010

 

Unit Price: $2.75

Piroska

Piroska

(Capsicum annuum ) Small pimento type pepper, matures from green to red, thick walls, fair yields, very sweet. Small plants.

History : Hungarian variety.

Seed Source: Geza Korbely, Hungary 06 / CV Budapesti Kertimag 05

Crop: 2009

Unit Price: $2.75

Korbely, Hungary 06 / CV Budapesti Kertimag 05 Crop: 2009 Unit Price: $2.75 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page
Korbely, Hungary 06 / CV Budapesti Kertimag 05 Crop: 2009 Unit Price: $2.75 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page

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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog   Purple Beauty ( Capsicum annuum ) 70-75 days from transplant.
 

Purple Beauty

(Capsicum annuum ) 70-75 days from transplant. Very pretty dark purple bell pepper with large 4-lobed, thick-walled fruits with crisp texture and mild sweet flavor. Holds in the purple stage for some time before ripening to a radiant purple-red.

History : ?

Seed Source: West Coast Seeds 11

Crop: 2011

Unit Price: $2.75

Purple Marconi
Purple Marconi

Purple Marconi

(Capsicum annuum ) Large Italian frying pepper with high yield of dark purple fruits that turn red when fully mature, 5 6" long peppers, sweet.

History : Italian origin.

Seed Source: Richard Parker, Tishomingo MS 10

Crop: 2010

Unit Price: $2.75

Quadrato d’Asti Rosso

Quadrato d’Asti Rosso

(Capsicum annuum ) Medium to large red bell peppers that are quite productive, with great sweet flavor and thick walls. Plants grow up to 2' tall.

History :

Seed Source: CV Gusto Italia 06

Crop: 2011

Unit Price: $2.75

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: Seed Source : CV Gusto Italia 06 Crop: 2011 Unit Price: $2.75 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page

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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog Red Bull’s Horn ( Capsicum annuum ) Large red frying pepper,
Red Bull’s Horn

Red Bull’s Horn

(Capsicum annuum ) Large red frying pepper, up to 6 7" long, very productive, very sweet.

History : An old Italian heirloom variety from pre1920.

Seed Source: West Coast Seeds 05

Crop: 2010

 

Unit Price: $2.75

Sweet Ferdi

Sweet Ferdi

(Capsicum annuum ) Very thin and long sweet frying peppers, turn red when fully mature. Very good taste and great aroma.

History : ?

Seed Source: Randy White, Mission, Canada 06 / original CV seed

Crop: 2009

Unit Price: $2.75

Tangerine Pimento

Tangerine Pimento

(Capsicum annuum ) 65 (green) and 80 85 (ripe) days, small squat pimento/bell shape sweet pepper, thick walled, juicy, very good flavor, holds texture when cooked, yellow orange when ripe.

History : ?

Seed Source: OR TR R 08 / CV Seeds of Change 07 / CV Deep Diversity (Alan Kapuler, Oregon)

Crop: 2009

Unit Price: $2.75

07 / CV Deep Diversity (Alan Kapuler, Oregon) Crop: 2009 Unit Price: $2.75 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page
07 / CV Deep Diversity (Alan Kapuler, Oregon) Crop: 2009 Unit Price: $2.75 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page

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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog Tequila Sunrise ( Capsicum annuum ) Very prolific sweet frying pepper
Tequila Sunrise

Tequila Sunrise

(Capsicum annuum ) Very prolific sweet frying pepper that matures from green to orange. Shaped like a carrot. 3 4" long and 1" in diameter. Can be dried very easily. Very early in our cool PNW climate.

History :

Seed Source: CV Pike Seeds 08

Crop: 2011

Unit Price: $2.75

Vanity Yellow

Vanity Yellow

(Capsicum annuum ) Early. High yields of very large yellow sweet bell sweet peppers, 6 8 oz, 4 6 fruits per plant can be ripening at the same time. Performs very well in our cool PNW climate.

History : Russian origin. From my mother in law, a pepper grown in the 1980 1990s in their family farm in the South Urals region, Russia (zone 3). Original name is unknown, so I named it in 2005.

Seed Source: Valentina Kushnareva, Chelyabinsk region, South Urals, Russia 00

 

Crop: 2009

Unit Price: $2.75

Pepper Seeds – Hot Peppers

Cigana

Cigana

(Capsicum annuum ) Very thin and long hot chili peppers that mature from light green to yellow and then to red when fully mature. 0.5 0.75" in diameter, 6" long. Compact plants.

History : Commercial variety from Serbia. The name means 'Gypsy' in Serbian.

Seed Source: Alex Popovich, Surrey, BC, Canada 08 / CV (Serbia)

Crop: 2011

Unit Price: $2.75

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Surrey, BC, Canada 08 / CV (Serbia) Crop: 2011 Unit Price: $2.75 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page 24

Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog

Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog Tam Jalapeno ( Capsicum annuum ) Very nice mild Jalapeno type,
Tam Jalapeno

Tam Jalapeno

(Capsicum annuum ) Very nice mild Jalapeno type, with the same delicious flavor, low heat. Very productive. Small elongated peppers ~2" long that mature from green to red.

History :

Seed Source: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds 07

Crop: 2010

Unit Price: $2.75

Trinidad Perfume ***SOLD OUT

Trinidad Perfume ***SOLD OUT

(Capsicum chinense ) Seasoning pepper that looks like a typical habanero but has absolutely no heat. Small yellow fruits are shaped like pendants; it is late maturing and requires an early start. Great aroma, excellent in salads, cooking, and stir fry. (20 seeds per packet)

History :

Seed Source: Tomato Growers Supply 07

Crop: 2009

Unit Price: $2.75

Tomato Seeds - Hearts

Alice

Alice

indet., wispy regular foliage, good yield of medium hearts with beautiful dark green stripes and shoulders that disappear when fruits are fully ripe. Meaty but juicy flesh, very few seeds, and excellent rich sweet flavor. 5 10 oz.

History : Originally from Portugal. First offered commercially by Two Wings Farm .

Seed Source: Cathy Heenan, BC, Canada 08 / Two Wings Farm 07

Crop: 2011

Unit Price: $2.50

Heenan, BC, Canada 08 / Two Wings Farm 07 Crop: 2011 Unit Price: $2.50 Tatiana’s TOMATObase
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Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog Alice’s Egypt indet., regular leaf, wispy foliage, medium size red
Alice’s Egypt

Alice’s Egypt

indet., regular leaf, wispy foliage, medium size red fruits, shaped like fat plums or blunt hearts. Bright red meaty flesh with small seed cavities and very few seeds, typical for heartshaped tomatoes. The flesh is juicy and not dry as in paste tomatoes. Outstanding sweet flavor. 6 12 oz.

History : Seed originally came from Alice Biltz, whose family had been growing it for decades.

Seed Source: John Seewald, New Jersey 07 / OH IN F (Frederick Ineman, Ohio) / Alice Biltz

Crop: 2011

Unit Price: $2.50

Anna Russian

Anna Russian

75 days, indet., wispy foliage, regular leaf, 5 17 oz pink, heart shaped fruit, excellent taste, good yield.

History : Russian family heirloom described in Carolyn Male's book "100 Heirloom Tomatoes for Americal Garden". It was sent to Craig LeHoullier in 1989 by Brenda Hillenius of Corvallis, Oregon. Brenda received the variety from her grandfather, Kenneth Wilcox. Kenneth received the seeds from a Russian immigrant in the 1980s, who was sent the variety by his family, who lived in Russia.

One of the heirloom tomatoes described in Carolyn J. Male's book "100 Heirloom Tomatoes for the American Garden".

Seed Source: Tomato Growers Supply

Crop: 2010

Unit Price: $2.50

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Seed Source : Tomato Growers Supply Crop: 2010 Unit Price: $2.50 Tatiana’s TOMATObase Page 26

Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog

Tatiana’s TOMATObase 2012 Seed Catalog Bashkirskiy Krasavets (=’Bashkirian Beauty’) Early to mid ‐ season,
Bashkirskiy Krasavets (=’Bashkirian Beauty’)

Bashkirskiy Krasavets (=’Bashkirian Beauty’)

Early to midseason, compact indet. plants with regular wispy foliage, medium to large dark pink heartshaped fruit with very good sweet taste and very few seeds, 10 16 oz. Small core, meaty flesh, small seed cavities. Good for salads as well as paste.

History : Russian non commercial variety from the tomato seed collection of Tamara Yaschenko of Byisk, Siberia, Russia .

Seed Source