Main Season Tomato Plants

Plant-Grandma's Pick Tomato

Plant-Grandma's Pick Tomato

YTM880

75-80 days. Heirloom flavor with hybrid production, uniformity, and disease resistance. Grandma's Pick has an old time look with attractive, large, squat, pleated fruit averaging 3 1/2 inches wide and 1 3/4 inches tall. Their color is a striking orange/red on the shoulders that deepens to bright red at the bottom. Healthy, indeterminate plants yield plentiful harvests of these robust, slightly sweet fruit with a rich, true tomato flavor. Grandma's Pick boasts a high lycopene content. Excellent field holding capacity. V, F1, N, St.

Available only within the contiguous US.

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   Hybrid Variety
Transplants are shipped via FedEx. A shipping charge based on location and number of plants is calculated during the checkout process.
  • YTM880/A
  • Sold Out
    For 2014.
  • $3.75

  • YTM880/B
  • Sold Out
    For 2014.
  • $3.75

  • YTM880/C
  • Sold Out
    For 2014.
  • $3.75

  • YTM880/D
  • Sold Out
    For 2014.
  • $3.75
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  • Customer Reviews (3)
"Our plants are available individually in 2 1/4 inch pots! At Territorial you don't have to buy 6 plants of each variety. You can mix and match your plants just the way you want.

When you order our transplants, you will receive the same quality and selection that our customers have learned to expect at our retail store. For gardeners who are pressed for time or prefer to have Territorial start their plants, our selection of vegetables, flowers, and herbs is an easy and economical way to fill your garden with summer goodness. Plants are available individually. For the best shipping value, order any combination of 6 plants.

Ship Code:
A Ships first half of April-Order Must Be Received By: March 1
B Ships last half of April-Order Must Be Received By: March 15
C Ships first half of May-Order Must Be Received By: April 1
D Ships last half of May-Order Must Be Received By: May 1
We reserve the right to alter the shipping dates due to weather.
Remember, plants are living things and don't always follow schedules!
We do our best to ship strong, healthy plants right to your door on time.

Perfect Delivery Guarantee
We guarantee your plants will arrive in perfect condition at the physical street address given on your order. Sorry, we cannot guarantee orders for which we are given an incorrect address.
Plants are shipped Monday through Wednesday and arrive at your door Thursday or Friday of the same week. They are not scheduled for transit over a weekend.

Important Reminders When Ordering:
Use the Plant Order Form located in the center of the catalog.
Choose a Ship Code.
Include a physical street address because plants are shipped Fedex .
Available only within the contiguous US.

Before shipping, each transplant is hardened-off in the crisp night air of our short season farm. When they arrive at your door, they're ready for your garden. One plant per pot."
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WONDERFUL!
Feb 1, 2013  |  By ELSA GAMAUNT
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Very impressive in yield & taste. I am ordering it again this year.
Good pick
Sep 1, 2012  |  By Jennifer Cresswell-Ketley
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As a preface, let me say that this has been a difficult gardening year with prolonged severe heat. All of my tomatoes stopped production during the worst weeks, but now that the evenings are cooling, they are blooming again. All of the plants I ordered from Territorial arrived in top condition, thanks to superb packaging. I've experienced no problems with disease. This may be helped by the fact that these were in a new garden site. This plant gave vigorous growth, and was putting out decent number of tomatoes before the heat kicked in. The flavor is very good and tomato-y, and the picked fruits stayed good for a long time on the counter-top. I plan to use this variety again next year.
Not so disease resistant
Jul 19, 2012  |  By BRENNEN G JENSEN
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Just yanked Grandma out of my patch riddled with fusarium wilt. None of the other plants, even those intertwined show any signs of disease. I think we got four tomatoes from Grandma.