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TOMATO    Lycopersicon lycopersicum     (2 Gallon)
Bobcat image Bobcat 68 days. Beautiful, firm beefsteak tomatoes on a determinate plant. This hybrid sets juicy red tomatoes of uniform shape and size. Average weight is around 10 oz.
Bush Champion image Bush Champion 70 days. Plant produces good yields of 12 oz red tomatoes. The tomatoes are very meaty and flavorful. The variety was bred to honor the 100th Anniversary of Ball Seed Company. Grows in almost any type of climate. A variety from the USA. Disease Resistant to VFFA. Determinate.
Bush Early Girl  image Bush Early Girl 65 days. Extra-large, extra-early tomatoes that grow on a true bush. The tasty red fruits are much bigger than Early Girl, nearly 4 inches across, and it ripens only two days later. The plants are amazingly compact, yet productive. Only 18 inches tall and are self-supporting. Determinate. Multiple disease resistances.
Heartland image Heartland 68 days. Plant produces high yields of 8 oz tomatoes all season long. Tomatoes are very flavorful and plants are very compact. Excellent for salads and sandwiches. Suitable for containers or small gardens. Indeterminate. Disease Resistant, VFN. Plant Height 48 inches tall.
Totem image Totem 70 days. An excellent choice for containers, Totem grows only 12 to 18 inches tall, producing an abundance of great tasting small red fruits. The determinate vines never need staking, and actually produce more fruit than foliage.
Window Box Roma image Window Box Roma 70 days. Plant produces high yields of 2 oz red pear shaped tomatoes. The tomatoes have excellent flavor and have extra long shelf life. Excellent for salads, and for making sauce and paste. Suitable for containers and patio pots. A variety from the USA. Determinate. Disease Resistant: VFN.
TOMATO    Lycopersicon lycopersicum     (Vegetables)
V.F.N.T. = Resistance or tolerance to Verticillium, Fusarium, Nematode and Tobacco Mosaic Virus.
DETERMINATE Determinate varieties of tomatoes, also called "bush" tomatoes, are varieties that are bred to grow to a compact height (approx. 4 feet). They stop growing when fruit sets on the terminal or top bud, ripen all their crop at or near the same time (usually over a 2 week period), and then die. They may require a limited amount of caging and/or staking for support, should NOT be pruned or "suckered" as it severely reduces the crop.
INDETERMINATE Indeterminate varieties of tomatoes are also called "vining" tomatoes. They will grow and produce fruit until killed by frost and can reach heights of up to 10 feet although 6 feet is the usual height. They will bloom, set new fruit and ripen fruit all at the same time throughout the growing season. They require substantial caging and/or staking for support and pruning and the removal of suckers is practiced by many but is not mandatory. The need for it and advisability of doing it varies from region to region. Experiment and see which works best for you. Because of the need for substantial support and the size of the plants, indeterminate varieties are not usually recommended as container plants.
ACE V.F.N. F1 image ACE V.F.N. F1 (70-75 days) Strong determinate vine. Medium large, uniform, smooth, firm red fruit up to 1 lb. or more. Heavy cropper. Excellent quality.
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