Chart is organized by fruit size, then Variety name.
*Indeterminate = produces fruit all season, a little bit at a time
*Determinate = has a short period of fruit set, lots of tomatoes all at once
|Type||Variety||Description||Days to maturity||Colour||Growth habit*||Container-Friendly?|
|Cherry||Black Cherry||Large cherry tomato - sweet and a bit smoky with black shoulders and red base when ripe.
|Cherry||Brad's Atomic Grape||Multi-coloured grape type with sweet & citrussy flavour.||Mid||Multi||Indeterminate|
|Cherry||Chadwick's Cherry||2-bite sized, juicy fruits, perfect for snacks and salads.
|Cherry||Galina's Yellow||This very sweet golden-yellow cherry tomato is about the size of a quarter and produced in clusters. The flavor is not just sweet, but has a special depth of rich flavor. Productive.
|Cherry||Gardener's Sweetheart||Heart-shaped cherries grown from seed we saved on our farm! Sweet and firm with pointed tips. Incredibly crack-resistant and pretty. Exhibited significant blight resistance for us.
|Cherry||Matt's Wild Cherry||Flavour packed little red tomatoes with smooth texture great for kids grazing in the garden. Large, productive plants with some resistance to late blight.
|Cherry||Pink Bumble Bee||Oval, crack resistant cherries, pink with gold stripes, sweet, rich flavour. Firm.
|Cherry||Rideau||From the Seeds of Diversity seed library, extremely productive plant, sweet but with a tomato-y flavour and very crack-resistant.
|Cherry||Sprite||Red grape type. Sweet, but also dries well. Compact for an indeterminate plant.||Early||Red||Indeterminate||Y|
|Cherry||Sun Sugar (hybrid)||SO SWEET! Bright tangerine-orange cherry tomatoes. Vigorous plants start yielding early and bear tomato candy right through the season.
|Cherry||Sunrise Bumblebee||Gorgeous gold fruits streaked with pink. Indet. Crack-resistant.||Multi|
|Cherry||Tiny Tim||Dwarf patio variety growing only 1-1.5' tall, producing 3/4" fruits.
|Cherry||Tumbling Tom Red||Trailing plant, intended for hanging planters. Produces red cherry tomatoes on small plants that grow down aprox 2'.
|Cherry||Velvet Red||1" super-sweet red fruits on plants with very ornamental silvery grey, fuzzy foliage. Rare.
|Cherry||Yellow Pear||This extremely old variety makes a vigorous plant that bears enormous numbers of bright yellow, bite-sized fruit. The flavor is deliciously tangy. Perfect for summer salads and preserving
|Paste||Amish Canning||Large, pointed, meaty fruits. Angie's favourite paste tomato. Good flavour and production. TRELLIS.
|Paste||Roma||Productive plum tomato with good disease resistance. Vigorous and strong, producing heavy yields of picture-perfect, thick-walled fruits with deep red color and mild flavor. Great for sauce or freezing.
|Paste||San Marzano||Old Italian variety that produces 3 1/2" fat side fruits with few seeds.
|Salad||Glacier||Early, red saladette that sets fruit at 24". Very appropriate for containers.||Mid||Red||Indeterminate||Y|
|Salad||Green Zebra||Bright green with dark green striping, tangy taste, perfect in salads.
|Salad||Jaune Flamme||Plant yields 2 oz bright orange fruit, borne in clusters of 6-8. Orange exterior with reddish interior when fully ripe. Excellent rich taste.
|Salad||Violet Jasper||From the Seeds of Diversity seed library, a violet-purple fruit with green and metallic streaks, more tangy than sweet with lots of seeds, incredibly productive plant produces many 1-3 oz tomatoes.
|Slicer||Beaver Lodge||Extremely early slicing variety, bred at the Beaverlodge Research Centre in Northern Alberta for short, cool seasons. Wonderful tomato-y taste normally associated with beefsteak tomatoes, unusual for such an early tomato.
|Slicer||Black Krim||Medium-large, globe-shaped, dark red-purple fruits with green/black shoulders. Full flavour. Great on sandwiches and burgers.
|Slicer||Arctic Rose||Compact plant with meaty salmon-pink, 3-8oz fruits.
|Slicer||Cosmonaut Volkov||The large, deep red globes have a complex sweet/tart flavour. It is comparable to many of the large and tasty heirlooms but with very little cracking or yellow shoulders. Perfect for sandwiches and adding to sauces.
|Slicer||Dwarf Purple Heart||Rich, meaty large purple/pink fruits on 3' plants. Heavy producer for a dwarf. Few seeds.
|Slicer||Golden Oxheart||Beautiful heart-shaped, golden-yellow fruits. Meaty, with a delicious, well-balanced flavor. Plant grows strong vines that tend to sprawl if not tied up.
|Slicer||Hubert's Pink||Mid-sized, rosy pink fruits loaded with intense tomato flavor. Think Brandywine, but more regularly shaped and about 1/2 the size.
|Slicer||Japanese Black Trifele||Unusual pear shape and burgundy color. Good yields of 4-6 oz. fruit with excellent, rich flavor. Potato leaf plants.
|Slicer||Kangaroo Paw||Compact plants, med/large fruits, meaty texture, & few seeds - perfect for salsas and sandwiches.
|Slicer||Lucky Swirl Dwarf||Vigorous dwarf plants laden with medium to large sized slicers that are yellow on the top, orange in the middle & red on the bottom. Delightfully rich, delicious fruit flavor.
|Slicer||Mennonite Orange||Beautiful orange fruits that are very juicy, flavourful, and sweet with a buttery texture. Great for salads and sandwiches.
|Slicer||Moskvich||Fruits are round to slightly flattened with deep red colour and luscious, rich flavour. Very meaty. Great for sandwiches, salads, and canning.
|Slicer||Oxheart||Heart-shaped pink fruit that weigh up to 1 pound. Very meaty flesh contains few seeds making this a favorite for slicing as well as for roasting or sauce. Great flavor and good productivity.
|Slicer||Pink Passion||Dwarf plant, pink coloured, juicy, balanced sweetness perfect for slicing, salads and salsas.
|Slicer||Red Zebra||Fire engine red fruit are covered with bright yellow stripes. Sweet and flavorful. Keep well on the counter after picking.
||Dwarf indet plants with soft-fleshed fruits. Heavy producer is very impressive for its size!
|Slicer||Striped German||Gorgeous, meaty, orange/pink/yellow mottled fruits growing from 1/2-2lbs each. Awesome, sweet, beefsteak flavour. One of Ang's absolute favourites.
|Slicer||Sub Arctic Plenty||One of the very earliest tomatoes, with 2-3" fruits that set well in cool weather. Bred in Alberta. Not a dwarf variety, but a small enough plant that it will work fine in containers as well as in the ground.
|Slicer||Taxi||Actually a semi-determinate with heavy early production, but a smaller amount continuing longer. 4-6oz low acid fruits - a favourite in our CSA.