The annual plant sale was huge this year, and they still had plenty of plants - the volunteers were on their game today and removed plant signs as soon as they were gone so I didn't really even notice if they were out of varieties. Of course, I also tend not to plan when I go to the sale (except for how many plants I'm going to get).
This year, I pre-determined that I should only get 3 or 4 plants since I grew peppers, basil, and tomatoes from seed. Roberta also stuck to her guns and only got 6 tomatoes. Of course, having it be cold and rainy may have helped with this. The tomatoes I got this year were all recommended tomatoes in the book, Epic Tomatoes.
Black from Tula - Heirloom - Deep, reddish-brown Russian beefsteak. Smooth skin,
fairly heat-tolerant, can be a good producer. Delicious
slightly sweet fruit, 8-12oz. Indeterminate. 78 days.
Coyote - Cherry - A yellow jewel-like cherry, that bears 6 to 8 on a
branch. Very flavorful. Indeterminate. 75 days.
Nepal - Heirloom - 10-12 oz., medium-large, globe-shaped, bright red fruits
are rather soft but meaty with excellent flavor. Plenty of
old-fashioned tomato flavor. Indeterminate. 78 days.
Rosella Purple - Container - Dwarf, good for containers. Similar to Cherokee Purple
for great flavor and 6-10 oz. deep-purple fruits.
Determinate. 65 days.
Black Krim - Heirloom - Flattened 4-5" globes with dark greenish-black shoulders.
Likes hot weather. Rich complex flavor, sweet-tasting fruit.
Indeterminate. 75 – 90 days.
Cayenne - 75 days. Concentrated set of wrinkled, very pungent
fruit, 6X1/4 inches. For sauces and drying.
Pasilla Bajio - 75-80 days. Good yields of 8-10 inch long fruit that
are mildly hot and turn from green to dark brown when
mature. Used to make smoky flavored sauces.