Early Tomatoes

Early Tomatoes

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  • Glacier Tomato Conventional & Organic

    Glacier Tomato Conventional & Organic
    TM860

    55 days. You can count on Glacier to usher in the tomato season. This very early tomato variety produces attractive oran... 

  • Northern Delight Tomato Conventional & Organic

    Northern Delight  Tomato Conventional & Organic
    TM861

    65 days. Northern Delight was bred to perform in the short season of the Far North. Short, 24 inch determinate plants be... 

  • Stupice Tomato Conventional & Organic

    Stupice Tomato Conventional & Organic
    TM862

    60-65 days. This cold-tolerant tomato ripens sweet, red, slightly oval, 2 inch fruit that make an excellent choice for f... 

  • Oregon Spring Tomato Conventional & Organic

    Oregon Spring Tomato Conventional & Organic
    TM863

    75-80 days. This now-famous determinate, slicing variety was developed at Oregon State University. Their research shows ... 

  • Santiam Tomato

    Santiam Tomato
    TM864

    65-75 days. Gardeners who grow Santiam for the first time are always surprised by its earliness and size. Smaller, but m... 

  • Siletz Tomato Conventional & Organic

    Siletz Tomato Conventional & Organic
    TM867

    70–75 days. Siletz is one of the most reliable slicing tomatoes you can grow. Coming in just ahead of Oregon Sprin... 

  • Black Prince Tomato Organic

    Black Prince Tomato Organic
    TM868

    75 days. Princely refinement defines this outstanding, juicy, round tomato with its warm, rich colors and robust, full-b... 

  • Tasti-Lee Tomato

    Tasti-Lee Tomato
    TM869

    75 days. Creating quite a stir in the gardening community, Tasti-Lee has burst on the scene holding the triple crown in ... 

  • Bobcat Tomato

    Bobcat Tomato
    TM871

    NEW! 68 days. Move over beefsteaks; here comes the prime rib! Picture-perfect, smooth-skinned fruit have firm, meaty, gloriou... 

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