Early Tomato Plants
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55 days. You can count on Glacier to usher in the tomato season. This very early tomato variety produces attractive oran...
60-65 days. This cold-tolerant tomato ripens sweet, red, slightly oval, 2 inch fruit that make an excellent choice for f...
Plant-Oregon Spring TomatoYTM863
75-80 days. This now-famous determinate, slicing variety was developed at Oregon State University. Their research shows ...
70-75 days. Siletz is one of the most reliable slicing tomatoes you can grow. Coming in just ahead of Oregon Spring, wit...
75 days. Creating quite a stir in the gardening community, Tasti-Lee has burst on the scene holding the triple crown in ...
NEW! 68 days. Move over beefsteaks; here comes the prime rib! Picture-perfect, smooth-skinned fruit have firm, meaty, gloriou...
70 days. Momotaro is one of the most popular tomato varieties in Japanese markets and for good reason. Named after a her...
Plant-Grandma's Pick TomatoYTM880
75-80 days. Heirloom flavor with hybrid production, uniformity, and disease resistance. Grandma's Pick has an old ti...
NEW! 70 days. Too often hybrid tomatoes lack the flavor we want. That's not the case with Carmello–it has flavor for da...