Tomatoes III / Lycopersicon

tomsweetbabygirl (300x297)Lycopersicon lycopersicum ‘Sweet Baby Girl’ – A hybrid cherry tomato that resists cracking, has very high yields and a compact growth habit. These productive plants are capable of producing upwards of 2 pounds a week at the peak of the growing season. Sweet delicious flavour. Matures in 65 days. Indeterminate growth habit with short internodes.

tomtumblingtomyellow (300x295)Lycopersicon lycopersicum ‘Tumbling Tom Yellow’ – This variety has a trailing habit making it ideal for growing in windowboxes and hanging baskets (reaching heights of only 12″). It is an F1 hybrid that produces masses of 1.25″ golden-yellow fruits that are juicy and sweet. A great choice for people who hate staking tomato plants. Matures in 70 days. Determinate growth habit.

tomtumbler (296x300)Lycopersicon lycopersicum ‘Tumbler’ – A hybrid tomato specifically bred to grow in containers. It is an early producer of 1.25″ bright red fruits on vines that average 12 to 16″ in height. Individual plants can produce upwards of 6 lbs. of fruit during the entire growing season. Matures in 50 days. Determinate growth habit.

tomvoyage (300x292)Lycopersicon lycopersicum ‘Voyage’ (syn. ‘Reisetomate’, ‘Reisetomate aus Siebenburgen’ [‘travel tomato from Siebenburgen’]) – The absolutely bizarre lumpy fruits of ‘Voyage’ are quite unique and easy to tear apart by hand for fresh eating. This German heirloom produces 12-16oz fruits with a strong acid taste. Matures in 80-85 days. Indeterminate growth habit.

tomtumblingtom (299x300)Lycopersicon lycopersicum ‘Tumbling Tom’ – The red version of ‘Tumbling Tom Yellow’ with a similar trailing habit. This hanging basket tomato produces 1-2″ sized fruits that can trail up to 2 feet down the sides of containers. It requires no pinching or staking and grows about 12″ high. Matures in 70 days. Determinate growth habit.

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2 Responses to Tomatoes III / Lycopersicon

  1. Joanna says:

    You’re a bad bad man for showing all those gorgeous tomatoes in the dead (and I mean dead) of winter. Shame on you. My mouth is watering.

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