Stone Heirloom Tomato Seed
78 days. 20 seeds. The Stone Tomato was introduced in 1889 by the Livingston Seed Co. The plants are vigorous, bear in abundance and have shown better foliage disease resistance than other old varieties. They bear slightly flattened globe-shaped attractive red tomatoes that are more acidic than sweet but are known to be dependable in all conditions. They are recommended for canning but are an all-purpose tomato variety. Indeterminate. Open pollinated seeds.
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For planting instructions and growing tips, click How To Grow Tomatoes.
If you are interested in looking at other varieties of heirloom tomato seed, see Heirloom Tomato Seeds.