Heirloom: Are varieties of tomatoes that have been grown without crossbreeding for 40 years or more. Are open-pollinated, non-hybrid tomatoes. Most heirlooms come from seed that has been handed down for generations in a particular region or area, hand-selected by gardeners for a special trait. They usually have a shorter shelf life and less disease resistance than hybrids but boast a greater flavor.
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