Camaro produces early maturing, extra-large and firm red globe shaped fruit, on mid-compact determinate plants. Setting and size is good through the plant with final yield potential being high. Due to the plant habit, pruning is either unnecessary or should be low. The deep red fruits have smooth shoulders and perform well for both vine-ripe or for mature green gassing.  For more:

Red Racer

Red Racer, a cocktail-size tomato, produced small, uniform fruits with great taste in the AAS Trials. Cocktail tomatoes have a good sweet/acid balance and are a smaller variety tomato (although larger than cherry or grape tomatoes). These tomatoes are uniform in size and mature as a cluster of fruits. The compact, determinate plants produced a huge yield, seven to 10 days earlier than the comparisons and are ideal for small space and container gardens. AAS 2018 Edible Winner. Bred by EarthWork Seeds, Distributed by Garden Trends Wholesale. For more:


Damsel is a sweet and tangy pink tomato with excellent resistance to late blight. It features a compact indeterminate plant, which requires little to no pruning and fits well in a hoophouse. It is versatile enough to excel in both indoor and outdoor applications in a range of climates. If you experience late blight and have customers who demand premium flavor, Damsel is an excellent choice. For more:

Midnight Snack

Midnight Snack is a unique indigo-type cherry tomato that ripens to red with a beautiful glossy black-purple overlay when exposed to sunlight. This coloration comes from the accumulation of anthocyanin pigments, the same reason blueberries are blue and contain healthy antioxidants. The indeterminate growth habit means vines should be staked. AAS judges commented on the improved taste of this indigo tomato and said this is a “Big improvement in purple tomatoes!” AAS 2017 Edible Winner. For more:

Chef’s Choice Yellow

The fourth addition to the popular Chef’s Choice tomato series is Chef’s Choice Yellow which produces hearty beefsteak type tomatoes in a beautiful yellow color. AAS Judges raved about the quantity of the 10-ounce fruits that each five-foot indeterminate vine produced. A disease resistant (Fusarium Wilt, Verticillium wilt, Tomato Mosiac Virus, Crack, and Scab) plant with dark green leaves and well-behaved form. AAS 2017 Edible Winner. For more: