** Note: VFNT: Resistant to Verticillium, Fusarium, Nematodes or Tobacco Mosaic Virus, respectively.
Tomatoes should be staked, trellised or caged. Fruit ripens over an extended period.
Varieties do not need pruning and may be grown with or without support. Fruit ripens within a concentrated time period.
80 days; Indeterminate. An Heirloom variety produces paste-type fruit with an oblong oxheart shape. 8 oz. Tomatoes are solid with an outstandingly good, sweet flavor.
80 days; Indeterminate. Large solid tomatoes reach 12-16 oz. on strong, vigorous vines. Color is nice deep red with great flavor. Super for sandwiches and burgers.
New Big Beef (VFNT):
72 days; Indeterminate. 12 oz red globe. Crack and disease resistant. Juicy and vigorous.
80 days; Indeterminate. Heirloom. 12-15 oz. A husky pink beefsteak tomato with distinctive, deeply pleated fruit that’s juicy, sweet, and balanced with a touch of acid.
Bite Size Assortment:
55-80 days; Indeterminate. Our new mouth popping sweet cherry assortment! Candyland Red; ½” red oblong fruits, Chocolate Cherry; 1” rich brick red with deep chocolate shading, Ping Pong Pink; 3oz. pink, of course, Lemon Drop; ¾” yellow. A Moss Greenhouses Exclusive.
78 days; Indeterminate. This Amish heirloom variety grows 1 lb. fruit with pink skin and red flesh. Superior flavor.
72 days; Determinate. Bush type plant produces 8 oz. tomatoes. Celebrity is an excellent, all-purpose variety. No other tomato does so well under as many different growing conditions. Flavor is excellent and plants are very disease resistant. All-America Selection Winner.
62 days; Indeterminate. Reliable favorite, 12 oz. meaty and flavorful. Perfect for canning and fresh eating. Bred especially for sandwiches. High yielding.
70 days; Indeterminate. Clusters of 1” round fruits, dark burgundy interior. Very flavorful.
Early Girl (VF):
52 days; Indeterminate. Cool set tomato bears 4-6 oz. fruit. It’s a nice juicy tomato with rich red color and sweet flavor. Yields until frost.
Fourth of July:
49 days; Indeterminate. Heirloom. One of the earliest varieties. Very tasty small, 4-5 oz. luscious fruits.
75 days; Indeterminate. This heirloom produces 11 ounce fruits with old time tomato flavor and few blemishes.
Jet Star (F1):
72 days; Indeterminate. Brought back by popular demand! High yields of crack resistant 9 oz. red globes. Low acid.
70 days; Determinate. Large 2 x 1½” unusually sweet 1 ounce fruit.
Health Kick (F1):
72 days; Determinate. Very high yielding with sweet, bright red 4 oz. plum tomatoes. Up to 50% more lycopene than other tomatoes.
La Roma II (VFN):
62 days; Determinate. Heavy-bearing plant produces 3-4 oz. fruit. This is an excellent Italian paste type with nice thick flesh and rich tomato flavor.
Lemon Boy (VFN):
72 days; Indeterminate. The first lemon yellow, not golden, tomato. Outstanding mild, sweet yet tangy flavor. Plants produce high yields of 8 oz. fruit. Great color for salads and processing. Low acid content.
Moss Choice Heirloom Concoction:
75-85 days; Indeterminate. Heirloom. A Moss Greenhouses Exclusive. We’ve chosen 4 highly sought after heirlooms for this exclusive pak. Goldie: a 16+ oz. golden beefsteak, Green Zebra: 3 oz. amber with green stripes, Hillbilly: 1-2 pounds yellow-orange with red stripes and Mortgage Lifter: 20 oz. slightly flattened, pink & meaty.
New Oxheart Pink:
80 days; Indeterminate. Heirloom. Large 2 pound heart shaped deep pink fruit. Juicy and tasty.
New Perfect Flame:
65 days; Indeterminate. Heirloom. Blemish free fruit are luminous orange. 4 oz fruit are meaty and full of flavor.
85-95 days; Indeterminate. Huge, 28oz. yellow and red bicolor. Meaty with a sweet fruity taste and very few seeds.
Plum Sauced Assortment:
75-85 days; Indeterminate*. A Moss Greenhouses Exclusive. A plum tomato, also known as a paste tomato, is a type of tomato bred for sauce and packing purposes. They are generally oval or cylindrical in shape. Fat Mama; large bright red 10oz., Orange Banana shaped 2×4”, Rio Grande* (determinate); Large 4” long pear shaped, Saucelicious; 5 oz. oblong carmine fruit.
75 days; Indeterminate. Large 1-2 ounce fruit. High yields of deep scarlet, flavorful fruits. An excellent salad tomato.
80 days; Indeterminate. Heirloom. Early, large, plum-shaped Roma tomato is a sweet, classic Italian paste variety. Mild and meaty. Very productive.
78 days; Indeterminate. Heirloom. Complex flavor and smooth texture. Great-looking slicer with it’s yellow, red marbled interior. Weighs 1lb. or more.
70 days; Determinate. Bright yellow very sweet 6 ounce fruit. Crack resistant, firm flesh and very few seeds.
62 days; Indeterminate. Very sweet, low acid 1½ oz. golden-orange cherry tomato. Voted Best Flavor by Sunset Magazine.
Super Fantastic (VFN):
70 days; Indeterminate. Produces heavy yields of large red 10 oz. tomatoes all season long. Juicy, meaty and very flavorful. Great for processing and eating.
80 days; Indeterminate. Heirloom. Brought back by popular demand! An impressive 6 oz. slicing tomato. An exquisite blend of acid, sweet, and earthy flavors. Heavy producer. Very heat resistant.
65 days; Indeterminate. Cherry tomato covered with 100+ 1 oz. fruit. Very sweet mouth-watering flavor. Yield begins early. Super fresh and great in salads. High in vitamin C.
49 days; Determinate. Extra early. Developed to cascade from baskets and containers. Produces up to 6 lbs. of very sweet 2 oz. cherry-type tomatoes.
65 days; Determinate. Heirloom variety produces 1 oz. fruit that has yellow skin and a unique pear shape.
A salad topper.