Thanks for the seed company tips btw! It 's an heirloom seed seller named Michael Davis 1905 harbel st wenatchee wa 98801. He has very good ratings from eBay. His address is at the bottom also but hard to see so I zoomed in one of the packets below. His prices are reasonable. We need to setup a better seed exchange amongst the group of tomato growers on here sometime. I will need help identifying some of my tomatoes this year and am hoping the group can help. One of my favorites I grow is German lunchbox and I had a hard time finding it again this year but did locate it. I purchased a cherry tomato grabbag this year which contain some of the following “Gourmet mix of colorful cherry Tomatoes. Comes in a wide range of colors: gold, orange, creamy white, yellow, green, pink, purple, red, and some bicolors. Over 40 different varieties. 65 days from transplant, heavy yields. Very sweet. Great for snacks, colorful salads, ka-bobs, drying. 1-2 inch size. Varieties: Wapsipinicon Peach, Yellow Plum, Tumbling Tom Yellow, Tommy Toe, Tiny Tim, Sweet Million, Sweet Pea Currant, Sugar Lump, Riesentraube, Red Pear, Orange Cherry, Isis Candy, Black Opal, Rosella, Ambrosia Red, Yellow Pear, Sweet Apertif, Christmas Grapes, Ildy, Coyote, Indigo Drop, Honey Bee, Hundreds and Thousands, Ambrosia Gold, Lemon Drop, Chadwick Cherry, Currant Gold Rush, Large Red Cherry, Red Grape, Little Blond Girl, Jelly Bean, Brown Berry, Green Zebra, Black Cherry, Matt’s Wild Cherry”. Some of those varieties mentioned I’m not a huge fan of but there are only a couple I’ve tried eg, Matt’s wild cherry is not my favorite. I do like a surprise and it’s a great way to try a few new types even if I wind up direct sowing them they will be fine. There was a time heirloom seed nearly disappeared and some did. I’m thankful some good seed savers stepped up and save the rare seeds. Tomatoes seem to be back in good shape again but the ultra hard to find seeds with low germination such as the cucuzzi gourd which I love to eat are harder to find every year! Burgess sold it for a time as a new guinea butter vine which is much like summer sqash in flavor and grows on a cantaloupe type vine. I located seed on ebay this year but germination is a problem over half the time. The seed is very difficult to save properly. The vines are unstoppable once you get some viable seed.