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Tomato - New Yorker Heirloom Seeds

Tomato - New Yorker Heirloom Seeds

Regular price $ 2.49 USD
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Open-pollinated heirloom  (65 days)

Fruit Color: Red. Shape: Flattened Globe. Size: 4-6 oz. Plant Habit: Determinate Plant Size: 3’

Bright red 4-6 oz. fruits have outstanding flavor. One of the earliest slicer size varieties. The bushy plants set fruit in cool, short-season conditions. It continues to produce tomatoes all summer and then into the cool weather. Adapted well to North-Eastern U.S., and short-season areas.  

History: Originally New Yorker tomatoes were developed around 1912 by Dr. Robinson of the New York Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, NY. This tomato was re-discovered as a top performer in the mid-1900's. It was bred for growing in northern or short season areas, with crack resistance. 

This variety is very dependable and one of our favorites. It is the perfect size to enjoy during a meal.

Heirloom non-GMO    10 Seeds


All of our seeds are GMO-free.

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Doug
Very productive

These were great looking tomatoes, bushy productive plants, great flavor. These were the first tomatoes of the season, great for our short seasons.

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