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This very productive variety is highly-resistant to roots damaging diseases; its fruitsweigh 130 gr on average and grow in clusters. They are usually picked when they are both green and red, and thanks to their sweet and gentle falvour they are great raw and used in sauced.
Massively present in Tuscany, this variety owes its name to the shape of its fruits (italian for "little basket"). The pulp is dense, watery and poor in seeds while their skin is rather thin. These tomatoes' dimension is quite unpredictable, but usually their weight range between 150-200 and 300 grams. Ripe enough, their strong taste and firm texture are...
Originally form The Roman Castles area, these unpredictably shaped tomatoes are mainly round and slightly flattened. When their maximum peak of ripeness is reached, they look bright red in colour and have a sweet and gentle flavour that make them great for sauces and purées.
Originally from the area surrounding the Vesuviu, this high-yelding, hybrid variety produces small tomatoes gathered in clusters whose average weight is around 60 grams; with a red skin and a lighter-coloured pulp, they taste sweet and flavourful to te palate.
Best transplanted between March and June, thi variety of plant is one of the most resistant to viruses and diseases; its tomatoes, which can weigh up to 250 grams, are round and red-skinned - with some shades of black, too - and dense, sweet and flavourful-pulped.
Best transplanted between April and June, this high-yielding variety of plant produces large tomatoes with a fleshy, almost seedless pulp, a dark yellow skin and an intense flavour that makes them ideal both to be eaten raw and to be used in sauces.
Originally from the Liguria region, this high-yielding variety of plants produces tomatoes that can weigh up to 300 grams and are rather resistant to cracking; besides, with their flavourful pulp, they are best consumed raw.
Medium-early cycled variety of plant that develops vertically and produces spherical, slightly ribbed tomatoes characterized by a blue-blackish colour turning red once fully ripe. Rich in lycopene, its tomatoes taste delicious. It suits both greenhouse and open-field cultivation perfectly.
The tomatoes produced by this Ligurian variety of plant, which can weigh up to 300 grams, are very unlikely to split. The most commonly used variety for Caprese and other summery salads, their pulp is flavourful, slighthly powdery and almost seedless. Their taste reminds of those variety of the past.
Variety of plant that suits both the greenhouse and the open field growth perfectly. When fully ripe, its large tomatoes turn bright red, sometimes also striped in green. Thanks to their sour, yet sweet flavour, they taste very pleasant.
Highly-yielding variety that branches considerably with growth and is able to produce up to 300 fruits gathered in clusters; sweet and weighing 15-18 grams ca., these cherry tomatoes resist cracking and don't fall from the plant.
Hybrid variety suitable for both greenhouse and open field cultivation, it produces fruits rich in antioxidants, with a dark green skin veined with light green and weighing around 40 grams: they grow in 10-12 cherry tomatoes clusters each to be harvested 60 days after the transplant.
High-yielding Marmande tomato variety characterized by indeterminate growth; its tomatoes, weighing up to 250-300 grams ca., are slightly flattened, ribbed and bright green-stemmed. Its colour varies from brick-red to chocolate brown when fully ripe.
Even after being picked, this variety of plant is very likely to preserve well for a long time. Its fruiits, coming in clusters, are elongated-shaped just like a date, and their sweetness also reminds of this fruit. Their thin, bright red skin encloses an almost seedless pulp.
Medium-cycled variety of plant that produces round tomatoes whose colour varies from a pale red to a green, depending on their ripeness degree. These fruits, whose weight can reach 300 grams, can be grown both in greenhouse and in open field.
Very common for gardens, this variety doesn't need any special care but it must be watered regularly. The ideal sowing period is springtime; transplanting is not necessary because it is sown directly in the field. Growth is restrained and its medium-sized fruits look red, round and smooth.
High-yielding, suitable for both greenhouse and field cultivation, this variety produces large, juicy and very tasty bright red fruits that look round and regular; sowing takes place between December and January and transplanting is in spring.
Usually sown in the period ranging from March to April, this high-yielding variety generates 50-70 grammed elongated tomatoes that should be harvested when fully red - as it's usual for any sauce tomato; if picked earlier, however, they are also good in salads.
This ancient, medium-late tomato variety is highly requested in Tuscany, especially in the Florence area. Its flat, ribbed tomatoes have are bright red in color and can weigh up to 200 grams; excellent for sauces but also fresh and grilled.
Hybrid, medium-early cycled variety that produces flattened and ribbed fruits, bright red in color and with green a shoulder. 130-150 grams in weight and 7/8 cm x 4 cm in size, this indeterminate variety is moderately vigorous, yet very covering.
Hybrid seeds that produces largem, slightly flattened tomatoes reddish in color. In order to grow properly, you need to privede them with a support ok any kind,; greenhouse sowing takes place between February and March, later they are then transplanted onto the ground in July.
This high-qualit, very productivity, strong and resistant variety of plant is able to preserve for a long time, even once harvested. Its round, slightly flat-ended fruits can be distinguished by their peculiar dark green color and their clearly visible cracks.
This easy-to-grow (both in greenhouses and in open fields) variety of plant produces round tomatoes whose color ranges from red to green; they can be eaten when still green because, thanks to their sweetish taste, they are not sour at all.
Highly resistant-to-diseases, this plant does not require support to grow despite being likely to reach one meter in height. The tomatoes that produces are bright in color and fleshy and tasty-pulped; the harvest takes place in the warm months but can last until the early cold temperatures.
Strong, highly-resistant dwarf tomato hybrid variety, whose fruits look round-shaped and smooth-skinned and their colour ranges from green to bright red once they're fully ripe. Delicious for the preparation of preserves, they're excellent raw, as well.
The Riviera beefheart tomato seeds are a type of Ligurian ecotype. The cultivation has a medium-late cycle and it can be grown both in greenhouse and in field. The fruit is periforms of red color and has a weight of about 250 gr.
Costoluto fiorentino Novoli tomato seeds produce flattened fruits of an intense red color. It is a variety of ancient origins and much sought after especially in Tuscany. The plant produces fruits with an average weight of 200gr.
Rio grande H1281 tomato seeds is a highly productive and very vigorous variety. The fruits they produce are medium-small with a maximum weight of 80/100gr. The tomatoes have a shape similar to that of an egg, the pulp is bright red.
San Marzano Heinz Tomato Seeds produce a rare but easily grown variety as it is disease resistant. It is considered the best type of tomato for making sauces, it is, in fact, the variety used for making ketchup. Fruits are tasty and of medium size.
These are seeds of a variety that adapts very easily to any type of soil. The fruits are medium-sized, ribbed and dark red in color, with streaks of green. With a sweet flavor, this fruit is suitable for greenhouse or open field cultivation.
This is a variety that produces small fruits that grow in clusters. They have a slightly elongated shape and a tasty, fruity and fresh pulp. Of a bright red color, they are ideal to be tasted in the famous Caprese salad, together with fresh mozzarella cheese.
It is a very productive variety, which can be cultivated both in greenhouse and in open field. Fruits have an oval shape, narrow and slightly elongated and have a color that goes from bright green to light red. They reach a weight of about 130 gr.
It is a vigorous and productive variety. The plant is formed by numerous leaves which cover and protect it. Fruits have the typical shape of San Marzano tomatoes. They are of a bright red color which becomes light green near the junction.
This is a vigorous and early variety, belonging to the "camone" family. To grow well, it needs saline soils, irrigated with care. The tomatoes have a round shape and a bright red color when fully ripe. They reach about 60 grams in weight.
This is a variety resistant to the most common environmental diseases. The tomatoes have a typical heart shape and are ideal for raw consumption. With a characteristic light red color, they have a soft pulp and are almost completely seedless.
It is a productive and vigorous variety, ideal for cultivation both in greenhouse and in open field. This plant gives origin to fruits with a light red color, almost orange, which becomes bright green near the junction. The pulp is fleshy, dense and has a sugary flavor. The tomato has origins in Sardinia, an Italian island.
This is a high yielding hybrid variety. Ideal for growing in all types of soil, especially if fertile and well drained. Very resistant to splitting and many of the diseases typical of these plants. The fruits have a very dark coloration, similar to the color of chocolate. They have a strong and sweet taste.
It is a very productive variety, which needs support for a correct growth and can be transplanted in a vegetable garden or in an open field from March. It is suited to be consumed fresh in salads and ripe for the preparation of sauces.
It is a medium early variety. The plant needs supports in order to grow properly, ensuring an excellent production with single or double bunches. Fruits are cylindrical-oval shaped, have a brilliant red color and have an average weight of 18-22 grams.
Tomato with an elongated and narrow shape that presents a color that can vary from dark green to the most intense red. The weight of the vegetable can reach up to 180 gr. The seed of this variety of tomato resists well to diseases, moreover it is suitable both for a cultivation in field and in greenhouse.
These are seeds of a hybrid variety. The plant has a large size and is very productive. The flavor of this type of tomato is intense and strong. It can weigh up to 300 gr. In the warm months they can be planted in the ground. In spring in the greenhouse.
These are seeds of an ancient selection rich in taste, flavor and tradition. The tomato has a large round, slightly flattened size. Being a tall plant it needs support for growth. To be transplanted in the ground during the warm months.
The seeds of this variety give life to a lush and very productive plant. The fruit is a large, deep red tomato. Very fleshy and consistent, it is perfect when eaten fresh. These tomatoes should be sown first in the greenhouse and then in the field.
These tomatoes are characterized by a particular pear shape, vaguely resembling a heart. The taste tends to be sweet, the fruit has a thin skin and a bright red color with green streaks. It is ideal for the preparation of preserves and condiments, as well as to be consumed raw. Its weight can reach 300 grams.
These are seeds of a variety which adapts very well to any type of soil and which grows well if regularly watered, especially during the ripening period. The fruit has an elongated shape and a bright red color. It has a sweet taste and it is excellent both to be consumed fresh and for sauces.
They are seeds of a variety having a characteristic oval shape and a slightly pointed apex. The skin is thick and has a dark red color, however by keeping them the color of "piennolo" (from the dialect "pendolo") tends to be darker. They have an intense flavor and a strong resistance mainly due to the consistency of the peel and the high concentration of...
They are seeds of a typical variety of the Campania region, they are a variant of the classic red piennolo, the characteristic is their yellow color. Tomatoes have a thick skin and a compact pulp. After harvesting, they can be left hanging on bunches in a not excessively cold environment.
This is a very productive hybrid variety that is part of the San Marzano family. This type of tomatoes has a sweet pulp and is round and yellow. It has an excellent consistency, ideal for the preparation of sauces, purees and peeled tomatoes.
It is a variety having origins in Campania (south Italy) and it is cultivated in the slopes of Vesuvius and it must be harvested between June and October. Fruits have an oval shape, pointed at the apex. These tomatoes have a sweet taste but at the same time they are a bit acid, therefore they are suited for raw consumption or in salads.
The seeds of San Marzano Antica Selezione tomato have Neapolitan origins, specifically from the lands of Vesuvius. The plant that derives from it is very productive and the tomatoes, with an ovoid shape, have a bright red color. They are mainly used in the preparation of sauces and peeled tomatoes.
Rare variety also used in the production of a well-known ketchup, the sweet taste of its red, medium-sized tomatoes prevails over the sour notes; easy to grow and highly resistant to diseases, it is also considered the best variety in the world for preparing sauces and preserves.