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Tomatoes

Every Pacific Northwest gardeners prized jewel. Who needs California or Mexico tomatoes when you can have the freshest, sweetest ruby from your own backyard?

All our tomato plants were started from seed in February, so you can expect a sturdy, strong, ready-to-fruit plant!

If you need help with planting or providing the right supports for your tomato garden, please contact us today!

Contains 1 plant per 1-gallon pot.

 

AVAILABLE EARLY MAY!

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Description

Beefsteak Tomato, Carbon:

This is an indeterminate (i.e. constantly growing), beefsteak tomato variety. Dark purple skin and umptious, umami flavor.

To Plant: at least 3ft of space from all directions. I usually plant no more than 4 tomatoes per 4’x6’ garden bed. Will need *ample* support via tomato cages or trellising. Fruits get large and heavy!

To Harvest: Press bottom of fruit for softness. If soft, pull fruit up, so it gently snaps off the plant.

 

Beefsteak Tomato, Nepal:

This is an indeterminate (i.e. constantly growing), beefsteak tomato variety. Deep red skin and classic tomato flavor. Great for sauce or slicing.

To Plant: at least 3ft of space from all directions. I usually plant no more than 4 tomatoes per 4’x6’ garden bed. Will need *ample* support via tomato cages or trellising. Fruits get large and heavy!

To Harvest: Press bottom to check for ripeness. If it gives a little, pull fruit up (not out), so it gently snaps off the plant.

 

Cherry, Black Cherry:

This is an indeterminate (i.e. constantly growing), cherry tomato variety. Dark purple skin and umptious, umami flavor.

To Plant: at least 3ft of space from all directions. I usually plant no more than 4 tomatoes per 4’x6’ garden bed. Will need support via tomato cages or trellising.

To Harvest: Press bottom to check for ripeness. If it gives a little, pull fruit up (not out), so it gently snaps off the plant.

 

Roma, Blush:

This is an indeterminate (i.e. constantly growing), roma tomato variety. Yellow with red streaks.

To Plant: at least 3ft of space from all directions. I usually plant no more than 4 tomatoes per 4’x6’ garden bed. Will need support via tomato cages or trellising.

To Harvest: Press bottom to check for ripeness. If it gives a little, pull fruit up (not out), so it gently snaps off the plant.

Cherry, Sweet Orange:

This is an indeterminate (i.e. constantly growing), “Sungold” cherry tomato variety. Sweet like candy!

To Plant: at least 3ft of space from all directions. I usually plant no more than 4 tomatoes per 4’x6’ garden bed. Will need support via tomato cages or trellising.

To Harvest: Press bottom to check for ripeness. If it gives a little, pull fruit up (not out), so it gently snaps off the plant.

Additional information

Tomatoes

Carbon, Nepal, Black Cherry, Blush, Sweet Orange