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The 2021 Tomato Plant Season

If you love growing your own tomatoes then Take Root Farm is the place to buy your plants!

We are now taking orders and are starting the plants in our greenhouse. So, tell your tomato loving friends, neighbors and co-workers.

One happy customer writes... "I have never purchased plants as healthy and awesome as yours." - Heather

All plants get a good start in organic potting soil with organic fertilizer! Each season they are ready to pick up at the farm in mid-May.


We are no longer taking preorders for the 2021 season, however plants can be purchased at the farm, on pick up day for $6.75 each. Pre-ordering is available March-April. Plan to pick up your plants at the farm on Saturday, May 1st or 8th from 9-12 noon or Wednesday, May 5th from 4-6pm.


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Place your order early (March-April), limited quantities available.

NOTE! Organic potting soil and organic fertilizer will be available for sale when you pick up your plants.

Tomato Plant Varieties

  • Big Beef
    Colossal fruit size and yield with old fashioned, rich flavor. Great choice for virtually any climate. Good disease resistance. Smooth fruits are globe shaped weighing 9 to 16 oz.
  • Early Girl
    Tasty, full-sized fruits early in the season. Meaty, ripe, red fruits 4 to 6 oz. are slightly fattened and crimson throughout. Very appealing with firm texture and blemish resistant skin. Heavy yield on hardy vines.
  • Giant
    Finally, we have found a large tomato that tastes delicious even when the summer is cool. This tomato serves up a dark red interior that is juicy and meaty with low acid. A compact vine set lots of jumbo early fruit that were quick to mature, and outweighed Big Beef. 65 days.
  • Sunny Goliath
    Gorgeous yellow-gold variation on the popular red goliath. Big juicy fruits, mild and sweet, with a medium- soft texture and mouthwatering juiciness when ripe. Large 7 to 8 oz. fruits. Ideal for those who don't like the highly acidic bite of most red tomatoes.
  • Early Goliath
    Superb size, perfect shape, continuous production, luscious flavor. Extra large harvests of big 8oz. fruit. 58 days. Deep red, tasty, large fruits. Disease resistant. Good early season producer.
  • Siletz
    The best combination of extreme earliness and big, slicer type fruits. Matures in 52 days! Big, deep red 8 to 10 oz. fruits that are tasty and nearly seedless.

Bush Varieties

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Bush varieties work great for container gardening!
  • Bush Early Girl
    This "determinate sister" to popular Early Girl delivers the same desirable qualities in a compact, patio sized variety. Extreme earliness and huge yields of firm, meaty, flavorful fruits.
  • Bush Champion
    Great choice for small space gardens and containers. Compact plants grow just 24’ tall, producing extra heavy yields of big 8 to 12 oz. fruits with excellent flavor.

Heirloom Hybrids

  • Cherokee Carbon
    Yields more and matures earlier (78 days) like a hybrid with the unbeatable flavor of an heirloom! A robust purple beefsteak with intensely rich flavor. Big 10 to 12 oz. fruits with a sweet taste.
  • Genuwine
    Great for the northwest. Early maturing (72 days), big yields and exceptional flavor! Combines the legendary sweet flavor of Brandywine with the gigantic yields of the Italian heirloom Costoluto Genovese. Beautiful, smooth, slightly ribbed, bright red fruit!


  • Ananas Noire
    85 days. Also known as black pineapple with a distinctive striped interior of pink, red, green and yellow. Produce an abundance of large dark purple fruits averaging up to 16 to 24 oz. Complex hearty tomato taste that’s both sweet and rich, with smoky and acidic undertones. Makes great tomato sauce!
  • Pineapple
    85 days. Enormous, uniquely-patterned, yellow-red striped fruits will be the center of attraction. Meaty flesh with mild flavor. Produce good yields.
  • Green Zebra
    72 days. Delicious, tangy salad tomato. Ripe just as the green fruit develops a yellow blush, accentuating the darker green stripes. The 3-4 inch fruits are perfect for slicing into wedges. Productive over a long season.
  • Brandy Wine
    An Amish Heirloom that dates back to 1885 and considered to be among the worlds best flavored tomatoes! Plants look like potato vines with good yield of extra-large fruits.
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Cherry varieties make a great snack!

Cherry Varieties

  • Jelly Bean
    Grape-like fruits aptly named for their bite-sized sweetness and intense red color. Heavy clusters of up to 30 fruits each mature early on plants that have good disease resistance.
  • Esterina
    Esterina floored us in our trials with its uniquely rich, full, and robust flavor evocative of sweet molasses. The slightly elongated, 1 1/4 inch, golden yellow cherry tomatoes set early in beautiful trusses. Esterina's huge, continuous tomato production will enliven your salads, or enjoy just-off-the-plant snacking all summer long! Vigorous, indeterminate plants. TMV, V. 60 days.
  • Husky Cherry
    This one is great for container gardening! Season-long production of outstanding fruits 1 inch size and featuring excellent flavor. It's dwarf growing habit and quality production make it a perfect choice for small spaces and container gardening.
  • Sungold
    A favorite of TRF members. These bite size golden beauties have that "oh so sweet" fresh from the vine flavor. Heavy producer.
  • SunSugar
    Another TRF favorite. The ultimate in cherry tomatoes, this golden yellow beauty achieves a new level of sugary sweetness and flavor, superb texture and a tangy "true tomato" taste. These 1/2 oz. fruits possess thin skins- remarkable, considering it's wonderful crack resistance, even in heavy rains. Heavy, early cropper.
  • Super Sweet 100
    This well known cherry tomato produces long strands of super sweet fruits that weigh about 1oz. each. Extra high in vitamin C. Plants continue to bear fruit throughout the season.


  • Granadero Roma
    Most prolific roma. Produces high yields of uniform, attractive, bright red, 4-5 oz fruit. Good flavor. Great for sauces, salsa, and salads. Broad disease resistances and low susceptibility to blossom end rot, keep Granadero healthy even heavy disease pressure.
  • NEW! San Marzano
    Long, blocky fruits with only a small seed cavity making it easy to remove seeds leaving meat. Less boiling/first class paste. Excellent choice for canning or drying. 80 days.

Campari Type

  • Mountain Magic
    Produces big tresses of up to a dozen perfectly uniform, 13/4 inch fruit that are deliciuosly tropical tasting with low acid. Disease resistant.


  • Toma Verde Tomatillo
    Unusual 2 inch fruits are harvested green. The husks are removed before cooking. A staple ingredient in Mexican salsa verde (green sauce). Early to mature at 70 days. It is necessary to have two plants.

Hanging Baskets

  • Terenzo
    Perfect for hanging baskets and containers! A nice 16 to 20 inch bush variety. Thrives without a lot of attention. Juicy red cherry fruits averaging 1 and 1/4 inch across and just under 1 oz. Compact plants are trailing but tidy. Fruits resist cracking even in direct sun for near perfect yields all summer long.


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