My order from TomatoFest arrived a few weeks ago, but I'm just getting around to showing it off. New varieties include:
Principe Borghese - Italian, good for paste and maybe drying
Black Zebra - love Green Zebra and thought I'd give the "black" version a try as well
Poland II - a paste tomato that seemed like a good choice
Amish Gold - most excited about this one! It's a stabilized cross between Sungold and Amish Paste
Black Cherry - cherry tomatoes grow well here and I love the flavor of many "black" tomatoes
Japanese Black Trifele - I've heard the flavor is incredible
Yellow Stone - a freebie...what a bad name for a tomato!
I love the selection from TomatoFest! You can spend all day there :) Although, I do wish the seed packets had pictures of the actual variety, like on the website. But it would probably cost more to do that, so maybe it's not worth it.
I'm in the process of allocating garden space to each variety. I know that I want to grow more paste tomatoes for saucing...Amish Gold I'm thinking of you. But do I really want to give a lot of precious, central coast, real estate to a newbie?