Paste Tomatoes

Paste tomatoes are usually used for drying and making sauces. They tend to be oblong, drier and contain fewer seeds than other varieties.

Be sure to also check out the other seed varieties we sell:

Beefsteak Tomato Seeds

Cherry Tomato Seeds

Oxheart Tomato Seeds

Saladette Tomato Seeds

Patio Tomato Seeds

Sweet Pepper Seeds



(85-90 days)

Large late season paste tomato that lost its ID tag. It might be Howard German, but I just dunneaux. Each fruit can weigh 8 ounces and may exceed 6 inches in length while approaching 2" in width. Good fresh eating, in addition to great sauce.


Orange Banana

(85 days)

A very productive, beautiful light orange, elongated 2-4” paste tomato with a sweet, yet complex flavor.


Pirkstine Orange

75 days

Orange paste with very sweet, fruity flavor and succulent flesh.


Speckled Roman

(75-80 days)

Red, 4-6oz sausage shaped plums that taper abruptly to a sharp point. Juicy fruit are great fresh eating.