It’s tomato planting time! Would you like to know more about tomatoes? What is an heirloom? What is the difference between indeterminate and determinate tomatoes etc? See info on tomato terminology and details here. Below, some of the irresistible tomato plants in-store now.Heirloom Black Krim Tomato – Originating in Crimea, this indeterminate plant grows reddish purple to black tomatoes with green to brown shoulders. It is a favourite of many chefs and also places very highly in tomato taste trials.
Heirloom Cherokee Purple Tomato – Originating in Tennessee, these tomatoes are thought to have been passed down from the Cherokee tribe. Ranking very highly in taste tests, these dark pink (with a rich red interior) tomatoes have a sweet, rich taste that is perfect on sandwiches and salads.
Heirloom Moneymaker Tomato – This tomato is very easy to grow. It is an old English indeterminate and has the classic juicy tomato taste. Heavy yields in about two-three months.
Sweet Million Tomato – This vining, indeterminate plant produces large clusters of miniature fruit all summer long. Great performing plant and a sweet and tender tomato.Super Sweet 100 Tomato – You’ll be eating these off of the vine before they reach your plate. When the plant was first introduced, it created quite a stir in the gardening world due to its taste and productivity. High in sugar and vitamin C.
Manitoba Tomato – This determinate tomato was developed in Manitoba to ripen during the short summers. It quickly bears heavy yields of 3-4 inch red fruit with a tangy tomato taste. Great for slicing and canning.
Patio Tomato – Perfect for containers or small gardens, this determinate plant bears tasty 3-4 ounce tomatoes and only grows to two feet tall. Surprisingly productive for a small plant. Yields about 50 or more tomatoes per plant over an 8-week period.Super Fantastic Tomato – Dark red, smooth, blemish free skin. This hardy tomato produces vigorous vines that do well in a variety of climates. Fruits are about 3-4 inches in diameter and are perfect for salsas, slicing and canning.
Black Prince Tomato – A determinate variety originating in Siberia, this plant is more apt to set in cooler climates. Small, dark red, pear shaped fruits begin to mature at 2 months and is very productive.
In addition to these varieties, we have Tumbler, Juliet, Black Cherry, Lemon Pear, Heirloom Siberian Red and more! Pop by and check them out!