Better Boy Tomato

Better Boy Tomato
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The Tomato Better Boy, Solanum lycopersicum ‘Better Boy’, is a popular all around hybrid, featuring high yields of smooth textured fruit with excellent flavor. The Better Boy tomato has been a household name among home gardeners for years. Better Boy tomatoes consistently produces good yields of smooth, large, flavorful tomatoes that weigh about 1/2 to 1 pound each. The Better Boy tomatoes are deep red and meaty and have dense foliage cover so fruits are less likely to get sun scald.Tomatoes should be planted outside after the last average frost date. In warm winter/hot summer areas, tomatoes can be planted in early fall for winter harvest. Tomatoes prefer well drained soil that is high in organic matter. Tomatoes need at least 1 inch of water a week. Soak to depth of 6 to 10 inches when watering. They need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day.* Very popular tomato* High yielding* Easy to grow.

Big Beef Tomato

Big Beef Tomato
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Beefmaster Tomato Plant with Huge YieldsThe Tomato Big Beef, ‘Lycopersicon lycopersicum’, is a beefmaster type with twice the yields. Coupled with old-fashioned, rich flavor Big Beef features colossal fruit size and yield, uniformity and a full spectrum of disease resistance. The fruits are globe-shaped and smooth, weighing 8 oz. to 1 pound. It is a indeterminate variety to try in virtually any climate because they adapt easily to different environments. It is excellent for slicing or in salads. This is close to the perfect tomato plant.Tomatoes should be planted outside after the last average frost date. In warm winter/hot summer areas, tomatoes can be planted in early fall for winter harvest. Tomatoes prefer well drained soil that is high in organic matter. Tomatoes need at least 1 inch of water a week. Soak to depth of 6 to 10 inches when watering. They need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day.* Huge tomatoes* Disease resistant* Easy to grow .

Sweet 100 Cherry Tomato

Sweet 100 Cherry Tomato
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Enjoy Sweet, Mouth-watering Cherry TomatoesThe Sweet 100 Chrry Tomato, Lycopersicon lycopersicum ‘Sweet 100’, has huge multiple-branched clusters producing 100 or more small sweet fruits. Smaller than cherry tomatoes with a mouth-watering flavor. The Sweet 100 should be staked for best results. This is an indeterminate tomato variety.Sweet 100 Cherry Tomatoes should be planted outside after the last average frost date. In warm winter/hot summer areas, tomatoes can be planted in early fall for winter harvest. Tomatoes prefer well drained soil that is high in organic matter. Tomatoes need at least 1 inch of water a week. Soak to depth of 6 to 10 inches when watering. They need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day.* Smaller than typical cherry tomatoes* Amazing flavor* Easy to grow.

Black Krim Tomato

Black Krim Tomato
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The Tomato Pole Black Krim. ‘Lycopersicon Lycopersicum’, is an early, rich flavored old heirloom from the Crimean peninsula of Russia. Black Krim sets well in the heat and is a heavy producer. It is a “novelty” that does not sacrifice taste. Black Krim produces good sized, black, beefsteak-sized tomatoes with a rich, earthy, almost smoky flavor. This variety will set well in the heat but will also set well in other adverse conditions. It is the most reliable of the black tomatoes. Black Krim is an intermediate tomato which means they continue to grow indefinitely until frost.Tomatoes are generally started inside. They may also be seeded outside after the last average frost date. In warm winter/hot summer areas, tomatoes can be planted in early fall for winter harvest. Pole Tomatoes prefer well drained soil that is high in organic matter. Tomatoes need at least 1 inch of water a week. Soak to depth of 6 to 10 inches when watering. They need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day. Prune the intermediate tomatoes in order to keep a single stem..

Rutgers Tomato

Rutgers Tomato
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Old-time Favorite Ideal for CanningRutgers Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum ‘Rutgers Tomato’), is an attractive, old-time favorite with a full-bodied flavor. Ideal for canning, ‘Rutgers’ ripens from the inside out providing bright red 7 oz. fruits. At one time, Rutgers tomato plants became the most famous worldwide and once made up over 70% of the tomatoes being processed in the United States. Rutgers is still a popular variety that will easily supply the most tomato hungry household with an abundance of tomatoes. After all these years, it is still one of the best! It is disease resistant. Tomatoes should be planted outside after the last average frost date. In warm winter/hot summer areas, tomatoes can be planted in early fall for winter harvest. Tomatoes prefer well drained soil that is high in organic matter. Tomatoes need at least 1 inch of water a week. Soak to depth of 6 to 10 inches when watering. They need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day. If you are growing tomatoes in a pot, use plastic because it prevents evaporation and afternoon wilts. * Best seller* Disease resistant* Abundant producer .

Sungold Cherry Tomato

Sungold Cherry Tomato
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Delicious, Early Producing, Extra Generous Tomato VarietySungold Cherry Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum ‘Sungold’, is a golden cherry tomato that is very productive offering its fruits very early in the season. ‘Sungold’ fruits are light orange colored, thin-skinned and very sweet. Not quite gold and not quite red but when orange, the flavour is outstanding! Rich and fruity tomatoes in long trusses on vigorous indeterminate vines keep on producing all summer. A must for garden snacks with a taste that can’t be beat. Tomatoes should be planted outside after the last average frost date. In warm winter/hot summer areas, tomatoes can be planted in early fall for winter harvest. Tomatoes prefer well drained soil that is high in organic matter. Tomatoes need at least 1 inch of water a week. Soak to depth of 6 to 10 inches when watering. They need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day. .