Press the arrows
Home > Plants & Trees > Seeds > Heirloom Tomato Seeds > Tomato Varieties By Season > Late Season

Late Season

In the past 40 years, we've lost many of our heirloom tomato varieties, along with the many smaller family farms that supported tomato heirlooms. The multitude of tomato heirlooms that had adapted to survive well for hundreds of years were lost or replaced by fewer hybrid tomatoes, bred for their commercially attractive characteristics.

In the process we have also lost much of the ownership of foods typically grown by family gardeners and small farms, and we are loosing the genetic diversity at an accelerating and alarming rate.

Every tomato heirloom variety is genetically unique and inherent in this uniqueness is an evolved resistance to pests and diseases and an adaptation to specific growing conditions and climates. With the reduction in genetic diversity, food production is drastically at risk from plant epidemics and infestation by pests. Call this genetic erosion. We are honor to provide over 600 tomato varities.

NOTE: Use the Search feature to find additional Late Season product. You'll be surprised!

Lutescent Tomato Seeds $2.95
A wispy looking plant that has yellowish foliage. Yellowish fruit that eventually turns red.
Lutescent Tomato Seeds

Red Zebra Tomato Seeds $3.95
A natural cross. Plant yields huge amounts of 2-inch, red fruit with light yellow striping (or as some say, yellow fruit with red striping). Same shape as Green Zebra with red-yellow flesh. Worth the try …and I'm sure you will want to keep it as a (more ...)
Red Zebra Tomato Seeds

Sebastopol Heirloom Tomato Seeds $2.95
Originated fro an elderly lady from Sebastopol who grew these for 70 years. Our TomatoFest organic heirloom tomato seeds produce big, indeterminate, regular-leaf, vigorous tomato plants that produce large, 3/4-inch, red cherry tomatoes that are (more ...)
Sebastopol Heirloom Tomato Seeds

Late Season