Here are the names of the varieties that you may wish to try for this season - and in some cases there is just one plant available (you can use Google to find out about them): Cosmonaut Volkov Red - from 1995 saved seed; Cherokee Chocolate from seed saved in 1998; Cherokee Purple from seed saved in 1999; Selwin Yellow, Ambrosia (both orange and red) - this is another attempt at getting Sungold quality into a non-hybrid; Don's Double Delight; Lucinda - a few others we can discuss when you stop by (including plants grown from an Indian Stripe/Purple Smudge accidental cross, and from seed saved from a nice yellow cherry tomato from Trader Joe). These are all indeterminate varieties. Of course, I still have loads of dwarfs for the adventurous!
Just shoot me an email to set up a time to come by if you want to squeeze some mysteries into your garden. I've also got plenty of seedlings from my Islander dehybridization sweet pepper project (colored bells!), as well as work with a Casper eggplant accidental cross - so some eggplant mysteries!
I will keep these plants alive for another week or so - after that, they are heading for the compost bin!