Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of images

Heirloom Tomato Seeds

EXCELLENT tutorial on How To Save Tomato Seeds: any seed that is in enclosed in fleshy pulp needs to have the pulp separated from the seed before it can be dried and stored. The following steps will show you how.

from Sunset

How to harvest heirloom tomato seeds

Buying new Heirloom seeds each year is quite expensive. Here's how to harvest and preserve the fruits of your harvest to grow for next year.


In 2013 I ventured into the world of saving seeds, and I started with tomatoes. I followed some lovely directions I found online from the Master Gardeners of Santa Clara County(this), and I will summarize them for you here. Selecting Your Tomatoes 1. Choose heirloom. Make sure you are NOT saving seeds from hybrid plants- …

from PreparednessMama

How to Save Heirloom Tomato Seed

Heirloom seeds come back true. Once you know how to save heirloom tomato seed, you'll never have to purchase seed again.That's seed self-reliance!

from Etsy

Zapotec ruffled tomato, rare Mexican heirloom, 25 seeds, loves dry heat, sweet flavor, scalloped slices, drought tolerant

Zapotec ruffled tomato, rare Mexican heirloom 25 seeds, loves dry heat, sweet flavor, scalloped slices, drought tolerant. Ask a Question €2....


I’ve been saving tomato seeds for a few of my favorite varieties including: ‘Principe Borghese’, ‘White Beauty’, ‘Brandywine’ and ‘Goldman’s It…

from Garden Therapy

Saving Heirloom Tomato Seeds

Select the best fruit. Scoop out the seeds & membrane. Place in mason jar & top with water. Cover & label. Set in warm place for 2-7 days. Wait for the solution to ferment/mould - the seeds should sink to the bottom. Pour off the ferment, rinse the seeds. Dry in warm place a few days. Place in storage envelope, store in cool dry place til required. Toooo easy!