It’s spring and our thoughts naturally turn to tomatoes! Our plants are small (4″) but strong, and ready to devote all their energy to growing roots, stems and leaves to support flowering and ripening fruit down the line. Remember, frost kills tomato plants, so we googled ‘last spring frost’ for you, and according to the Farmer’s Almanac, that will be April 25.
And if you’re still reading, you know that tomatoes are either determinate (ripens all its fruit at once) or indeterminate (grows non-stop like a vine and ripens fruit over a long time period). We like to get some of each to stagger our crop of fresh tomatoes. Also, determinate tomatoes are little bushes and can be grown in small spaces and containers; indeterminates will need cages for support and extra space. See below for how our varieties are categorized:
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