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    Budenovka Red

    10-15 seeds. A Russian early red variety that is named after a traditional hat popular in Russia years ago.

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    Aurija-Zabava

    10 seeds. A rare Russian variety also known under the name Zabava, very productive and tolerant to adverse weather conditions.

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    Aussie

    10-15 seeds. A very productive tomato with slightly ribbed, shiny skin that reaches 600-900 g.

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    Banan Krasnyi

    10-15 seeds. Fertile tomato perfect for cooler climates known as Red Banana.

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    Behemoth King

    10-15 seeds. American heirloom with huge red fruits.

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    Big Zac

    10-15 seeds. World's biggest beefsteak-type tomato. 

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    Cosmonaut Volkov Red

    10-15 seeds. Big-fruit variety from Ukraine tolerant to disease and variable temperatures.

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    Gordost Sibiri

    10-15 seeds. Its name translates as "The Pride of Siberia". Highly valued throughout Russia.

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    Guido

    10-15 seeds. An easy to cultivate heirloom tomato from Mexico.

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    Health Kick

    10-15 seeds. A variety with doubled lycopene amount in its big, tasty, pear-shaped fruits.

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    Homer's German

    10-15 seeds. Productive big-fruit old heirloom tomato from Amish community.

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    Ispolin Red

    Sold out. 10-15 seeds. Very productive big-fruit Russian heirloom tomato from Siberia.

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    Korol Gigantov

    10-15 seeds. A productive Siberian variety very tolerant to cold weather and disease.

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    Kozula 139

    10-15 seeds. Paste-type tomato created by well-known Polish breeder, Anna Jankowska.

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    Krasnyi Krupnyi

    10-15 seeds. Siberian tomato from mountain Altai region perfect for cooler climates.

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    Kuma

    10-15 seeds. Russian heirloom big-fruit variety perfect for cooler climates.

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    Legend

    10-15 seeds. An early, determinate variety with bushy plants that are resistant to potato blight.

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    Maria Amaziletei's Giant Red

    10-15 seeds. A productive, big-fruit variety from Romania.

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    Marmande Garnier Rouge

    10-15 seeds. Big-fruit rare French variety.

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    Marshall Pobeda

    10-15 seeds. A new Russian tomato from Siberia with breathtaking big fruits.

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    Medvezhiya Lapa Krasnaya

    10-15 seeds. A tolerant to adverse weather conditions, Siberian variety that is very productive until the very end of the crop season.

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    Mega Marv

    10-15 seeds. Big-fruit heirloom tomato from USA.

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    Mikado Krasnyi

    10-15 seeds. A Russian early red variety.

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    Monastyrskaya Trapesa

    10-15 seeds. Big-fruit, excellent Russian tomato. 

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    Moskovich

    10-15 seeds. An early Russian tomato tolerant to adverse weather conditions and disease.

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    Moya

    10-15 seeds. Big-fruit heirloom tomato cultivated in Algeria and Morocco, originated from Spain.

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    Nepal

    10-15 seeds. Old variety originally from the Himalayan Mountains. Good adverse weather conditions tolerance.

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    Opalka

    10-15 seeds. An old Polish variety with fruits up to 20 cm long.

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    Poljarnyi Skorospelyi

    10-15 seeds. Very early Siberian variety.

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    Porterhouse

    10-15 seeds. Extra-large beefsteak tomato.

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    Puszta Kolosz

    10-15 seeds. Heirloom tomato from in Transylvania, Romania.

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    Rajskoe Naslazhdenie

    10-15 seeds. A big-fruit Russian variety which is resistant to disease and very productive. "Rajskoe Naslazhdenie" means "An Escape to Heaven" which describes fully the taste of this tomato. 

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