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Heirloom tomatoes have been around a long time (at least 50 years) and have been preserved because of their superb taste. Unlike hybrids (the kind that you buy in grocery stores) they have not been bred for mass production, so they are often unusual shapes or colors. If you’ve only ever eaten supermarket tomatoes, you’re in for a delicious surprise. Our Tomato Growing Guide takes you through the entire growing process step-by-step. No matter what your growing situation, we’ll help you to become the proud parent of a tasty tomato.