Vegetables

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Heirloom

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Burpee Exclusive

Paste Tomatoes

Try growing these Burpee paste tomato seeds and plants to use in cooking your next spaghetti sauce or soup.

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  • Customer favorite
    Tomato, SuperSauce Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    The world's largest sauce tomato!

    $6.95 - $17.95
    Seeds and Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Tomato, Big Mama Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Enormous size and flavor.

    $5.95 - $17.95
    Seeds and Plants
  • Tomato, Roma, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. The classic sauce and paste tomato.

    $16.95
    Plants
  • Tomato, Amish Paste, , large

    Short Description

    Acorn-shaped Wisconsin heirloom: for paste, as a slicer, and in sauces.

    $4.95 - $17.95
    Seeds and Plants
  • Tomato, Roma VF, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. The classic sauce and paste tomato.

    $3.95
    Seeds
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    Tomato, Viva Italia Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    The best tomato for soups and ketchup.

    $4.95
    $2.47
    Seeds
  • Tomato, Roma Organic, , large

    Short Description

    The classic sauce and paste tomato. Certified Organic.

    $4.95
    Seeds
  • Tomato, Super Italian Paste, , large

    Short Description

    Reddish-orange Italian heirloom with piquant, firm, meaty flesh.

    $3.95 - $16.95
    Seeds and Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Tomato, San Marzano Organic, , large

    Short Description

    Gourmet favorite for sauces and salads.

    $5.95
    Seeds
  • Tomato, Tangerine Mama Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Full of intriguing flavor with a hint of delicious tang.

    $5.95
    Seeds
  • Tomato, Patio Paste Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Bold, full flavor with dense flesh and few seeds.

    $6.95 - $16.95
    Seeds and Plants
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    Tomato, Little Mama, , large

    Short Description

    Grape-like clusters of perfect mini roma tomatoes.

    $6.95 - $17.95
    Seeds and Plants
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