Amish Paste Tomato

This is a beautiful heirloom, non-GMO, organically grown tomato. It is very sweet and excellent for sauces and canning! Yields a huge harvest! Indeterminate, 80-85 days.

Keywords (optional; may include species, genus, family, planting season, etc): Tomato, heirloom, non-GMO, organic, paste, sweet
Is this seed certified organic?:
No, but no synthetic pesticides or fertilizers were used in producing it
No, and synthetic pesticides or fertilizers were used in producing it.
Available year round?:
No; see lister's profile for availability times
Listing created Apr 21, 2020

Public discussion (7)

Carnack Yo

30 days ago


Is this the average size tomato?

What is the yield in tomato count per plant.

I have a grown a lot of Amish tomato's but this is a very large one for paste making.... can you tell me the background on this tomato please?



Mehmet Oztan

29 days ago

Are you sure the photo belongs to Amish Paste? There is one Amish Paste tomato variety that is commonly known to have elongated fruits.

It Started In D Garden

29 days ago

Hi Mehmet: thanks for your question. Yes, I am sure. I grow it. Last year it had a huge crop all summer long. I used it to make spaghetti sauce and saved several batches. These are big & sweet tomatoes.

It Started In D Garden

28 days ago

Hi Bruce:

Thank you for your question. Yes, this is actually average size and many are much larger. I do not have a count per plant but I can guess maybe 25 large tomatoes but im just guessing. I had to use two trellises to hold up the branches. Unfortunately i do not have background except it is heirloom. The seeds were a gift from a older woman i know who has also grown it many years. Everything in ky garden is organic. I use worm tea and worm castings to fertilize.

Carnack Yo

28 days ago


That is not a paste tomato D Garden. More like a beefsteak varietal. Too big for a slicer too, though there are some large ones.

The fruit count is in line with a beefsteak type tomato too. Its not a paste tomato though, even if you used it in that fashion.

Do you have a picture of the tomato sliced open?

It Started In D Garden

28 days ago

Carnack, thank you for your continued questions. I will not argue with you and just say that it is. I do not have other pictures, unfortunately. However, I will keep this in mind for this next crop. Thanks again!

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