Heirloom Tomato Plant

Our selections for this year is unusual and exotic.  As most of you know, our plants are organic, healthy and strong, it gives you a jump start for disease free tomatoes.  Why grow heirlooms?  If you want quality, tasty and nutritional food, heirloom produces are the way to go.

Tomatoes are a hot weather crop.  You can usually plant safely about 2 to 3 weeks after the last predicted frost date.  The most important thing to keep in mind is that night temperatures and soil temperatures should be steadily above 50º before planting tomatoes, or your plants will go dormant and just sit there in the cold soil, staring at you and not growing until the weather warms up.  This dormancy stage makes your plants very susceptible to disease and insect damage, delays fruit set and reduces yield.

Due to weather nature, sometimes we may have to substitute a similar plant variety if your first choice is not available.  All plants are available for PICK UP only.  Please indicate your prefer pick up date on the comment box when proceed to checkout.  We will try to match the date as close as we could.  The plants will be available on the first week of April.  We fill our order based on order date, so, make your selections early.

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Pink Boar
Looks like a port wine colored Green Zebra.  Striking looks, outrageous flavor that is sweet..
$4.65
Red Beauty
Striking red meaty beefsteak with green stripes and purple antho splashes that turn black dependi..
$4.65
Red Boar
Another top notch performer in the looks, taste and production.  Mid Season, 2-4 oz.  I..
$4.65
Solar Flare
Beefsteak, Red with Gold Stripes, Very Meaty with Luscious Sweet Red Tomato Flavor.  Indeter..
$4.65
Summer of Love
This improved Berkeley Tie-Dye tomato produces a larger yield and ripen earlier.  It has all..
$4.65
Sungold
One of the premier varieties of cherry tomatoes.  Ripens to a golden orange color with a ver..
$4.65