Tomatoes date of maturity is measured from when they are transplanted, to the very first fruit harvested, (after 7 weeks of green housing, in the Kingston-Ottawa area).These dates vary from year to year because of the weather. Tomatoes are self-pollinated, aided with wind or large bees. They can be pollinated indoors with paint brush, electric toothbrush, a manual shaking, or an oscillating fan set on low speed - at blossom stage.
Nearly all types of small tomatoes are prone to splitting, if not harvested when they are ripe or slightly before.
Tiny Tim - Red Cherry Tomato
Black Cherry - Tomato
Red Pear - Tomato
Yellow Pear - Tomato
Mid-Size 1 1/2" - 2 1/2"
Black Prince - Black Tomato
Golden Sunrise - Yellow Tomato
Green Zebra - Tomato
Full Size Tomatoes
Bush Beefsteak - Tomato
Cherokee Purple - Tomato
Chocolate Stripes - Tomato
Delicious - Tomato
Long Keeper - Tomato
Mortgage Lifter - Tomato
Rutgers - Tomato
Starfire - Tomato
Early Girl 4-6 oz. 52 days from transplant
Celebrity 8 oz. 72 days from transplant
Please order a maximum of 2 packages of any of the following varieties - they are all nearly sold out.
Super Marzano (Paste) oval shaped 4 oz. 70 days from transplant
Ultra Girl VFN 9 oz. 62 days from transplant
Big Beef VFNT 12 oz. 73 days from transplant
Ultra Boy II 14 oz. 68 days from transplant
Better Boy VFN 16 oz. 72 days from transplant