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By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Small Fry tomato plants may be just the ticket if your growing space is limited, or if you simply love the flavor of juicy little cherry tomatoes. The Small Fry tomato variety is a dwarf plant, ideally suited for growing in containers or a sunny spot in your garden.

Growing Small Fry tomato plants is easy: just begin by planting seeds indoors or purchase small plants ready for planting outdoors. Read on to learn all you need to know about growing Small Fry tomatoes.

How to Grow Small Fry Tomatoes in the Ground

Growing Small Fry tomatoes is possible in spring, when you’re sure frosty nights are over. Plant Small Fry tomatoes in a sunny location, as tomatoes need a minimum of six hours of sunlight per day.

Loosen the soil and dig in 3 to 4 inches (4-10 cm.) of compost or manure. Dig a deep hole and plant the tomato with most of the stem buried but the top leaves above the ground. (You can even dig a trench and plant the tomato sideways.) Unlike other vegetables, planting deep in the ground creates stronger, healthier plants.

Add a tomato cage or trellis at planting time to support the plant and keep the leaves and stems from resting on the ground. Mulch around the plants after the ground is warm.

Growing Small Fry Tomatoes in Containers

Like in-ground tomatoes, containerized tomatoes should be planted only when you’re sure the danger of frost has passed.

Prepare a large container with a sturdy bottom, as Small Fry tomato plants can reach heights of 2 to 4 feet (.5 to 1 m.). Be sure the container has at least one good drainage hole.

Fill the container with good quality potting mix (not garden soil). Add a slow-release fertilizer if the potting mix doesn’t have fertilizer pre-added.

Dig a hole deep enough to bury about two-thirds of the stem.

Add a tomato cage, trellis or other support. This is best done at planting time; installing supports later may damage the roots. Provide a layer of mulch to keep the soil moist and warm.

Small Fry Plant Care

Water whenever the top of the soil feels dry, but not to the point of sogginess. Small Fry tomatoes in pots may require water daily (or even twice), during hot, dry weather. Water at the base of the plants, preferably early in the day. Avoid overhead irrigation, which may promote disease.

Keep hot caps or other covering handy in case of an unexpected freeze.

Fertilizer regularly throughout the season.

Remove small suckers that grow in the crotch of branches. The suckers will draw energy from the plant.

Watch for pests such as tomato hornworms, which can be picked off by hand. Most other pests, including aphids, can be controlled with insecticidal soap spray.

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Before you proceed, make sure you don’t make a common – and completely understandable – assumption about dwarf tomato plants. The word “dwarf” refers not to the size of the tomatoes but to the height and size of the dwarf tomato plant from which they grow. The Penn State Extension says the plants share several commonalities insofar as they:

  • Stand between 2 and 4½ feet tall
  • Produce tomatoes in many sizes and colors
  • Result in tomatoes whose flavor runs the gamut from sweet to tart
  • Require minimal pruning

Tomato Varieties For Texas

Here are many of the tomato varieties recommended by Texas A&M horticulturists and local tomato growers in the know. Below the list is an explanation of attributes of some of the recommended varieties.

If you would like to recommend other varieties for the list, send an e-mail message to Randy.

  • Early Bingo (VFFTASt)
  • Early Carnival (VFNT)
  • Early Celebrity (VFNT)
  • Early Heatwave (VFStTMV)
  • Early Merced (VFStTMV)
  • Early Sunmaster (VFStASC)
  • Late President (VF)
  • Late Sunny (VF)
  • Late Surefire (VF)
  • Early and Medium Size Fruit -- Surefire (VF)
  • Small to Medium Size Fruit -- Porter Improved
  • Small to Medium Size Fruit -- Porter's Pride
  • Small to Medium Size Fruit -- Red Cherry Grande
  • Small to Medium Size Fruit -- Small Fry (VFN)

[V-resistant to verticillium wilt F-resistant to fusarium wilt N-resistance to nematodes TMV-resistant to tobacco mosaic virus St-resistant to stemphylium (gray leaf spot)]

Other Varieties Recommended By Local Tomato Experts:

  • Better Bush, Improved:

Indeterminate. Good producer of large fruits.

  • Big Beef:

Indeterminate. Large fruits that are crack-resistant with great taste.

  • Carmello:

Indeterminate. Very productive. Great taste.

  • Dona:

Indeterminate. Always a solid producer in my garden. Great taste.

  • Floramerica:

Indeterminate. Made for hot weather. Another very popular tomato for Houston.

  • Jet Star:

Indeterminate. Very productive in my garden. Good flavor.

  • Wild Texas Tomato:

Indeterminate. This is the most flavorful tomato I grow. The fruits are a little smaller than a marble, but packed with flavor. Usually the first and last tomato of the season. Reseeds freely. Don't miss this one.

Fall Recommendations

  • Better Bush, Improved:

Indeterminate. Good producer of large fruits.

  • Big Beef:

Indeterminate. Very productive. Great taste.

  • Bingo:

Determinate. Dark red color.

  • Camello:

Indeterminate. Very productive. Great taste.

  • Carnival:

Determinate. Good producer. Good taste and large tomatoes.

  • Celebrity:

Determinate. Heavy producer. Very dependable in Houston.

  • Champion:

Indeterminate. Bred as just the right size for a hamburger tomato.

  • Dona:

Indeterminate. Always a solid producer in my garden. Great taste.

  • Jet Star:

Indeterminate. Very productive in my garden. Good flavor.

  • Miracle Sweet:

Indeterminate. Large plants. Great taste.

  • Sweet Chelsea:

Indeterminate. Very sweet cherry tomato.

  • Terrific:

Indeterminate. Good producer.

  • Wild Texas Tomato:

Indeterminate. This is the most flavorful tomato I grow. The fruits are a little smaller than a marble, but packed with flavor. Usually the first and last tomato of the season. Reseeds freely. Don't miss this one.

Comments from Texas A&M Horticulturists Proven TOMATO Varieties (Heat & Cold Setting)

  • Heatwave - (V,F,St,TMV) (Peto Seed Company, Abbott & Cobb Seed Company) - the standard heat-setting large-fruited variety in recent years. The plant is semi-determinate and vigorous. Stem cracking is minor with this variety.
  • Surefire (GS 12) - (V,F) (Northrup King Seed Company) - the fastest maturing, heat-setting tomato producing abundant medium (2-foot to 4-ounce) fruit of excellent eating quality. It is the only heat-setting tomato for producing abundant ripe fruit when planted for fall production in northern areas of Texas.
  • Sunmaster - (Peto Seed Company) (V1, F1, F2, St, ASC) is resistant/tolerant to verticillium wilt (race 1), fusarium wilt (races I & II), stemphyllium and alternaria stem canker. In 1996, we considered Sunmaster as a replacement for Heatwave, seed which was thought to be unavailable. Sunmaster produced more fruit than Solar Set, Sunny, HeatMaster and Heatwave in Florida and Texas. Sunmaster has a "sweeter" flavor. Some people enjoy its sweeter flavor and other people dislike it because of their preference for a slightly more acid flavor. Produces high yields of large uniform fruit. The globe-shaped fruit is very firm, has uniform green shoulders and excellent color and flavor when ripe. The vigorous, determinate plant produces harvest-ready fruit in approximately 74 days after transplanting in spring or summer (since it is a heat-setting tomato).
  • Merced - (V,F,St,TMV) (Northrup King Seed Company) WE BELIEVE THAT MERCED IS THE HIGHEST QUALITY TOMATO VARIETY AVAILABLE TO US AT THIS TIME. The first crop of big, deep-globe shaped tomatoes will be ready to harvest in 75-80 days from transplant in the spring. Since it is not considered to be a heat-setting tomato, days-to- harvest will depend on weather conditions in July, August and September. Merced has fine appearance, firmness and flavor. Merced's firm, smooth-shouldered fruit ripen to a uniform bright red. The delicious flavor delivers satisfaction -- it has a very likable, "this is how a tomato should taste" flavor. Field test results from Florida, California and Texas show that this variety has what it takes: (1) wide adaptability (2) resistance to verticillium, fusarium (races 1 and 2), stemphylium and tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) (3) deep globe-shaped tomatoes with a meaty, rich texture. It is much firmer, of higher quality and meatier than other commonly used varieties such as Celebrity.

[V-resistant to verticillium wilt F-resistant to fusarium wilt N-resistance to nematodes TMV-resistant to tobacco mosaic virusSt-resistant to stemphylium (gray leaf spot)]

NOTE: Heatwave, Surefire, SunMaster varieties have been observed to set fruit well at day temperatures over 92 degrees and during periods of extremely hot nights. Tomato breeders have shown that incorporating the gene for heat-setting ability also strengthens cold-setting ability. These known heat-setting pepper and tomato varieties can also be planted in spring to ensure that many fruit are set during cool spring weather.


Although tomatoes can be direct-seeded into the garden, most gardeners use plants either grown by themselves or purchased from a reliable plant dealer. Many varieties are available, but the ones recommended below have been found to do well in most parts of Illinois. To have tomatoes throughout the season, grow both early and main crop varieties.

Allow suckers to develop two leaves, then prune. Remove all tomato suckers that develop below the first cluster of fruit. Above the first cluster, let the suckers grow two leaves before pruning.

To stake a tomato plant, tie a string tightly around the stake and loosely around the plant. Tie a knot just below a branch so that the plant cannot slide down.

When setting the plants into the garden be sure to transplant them properly and use a starter solution. Space plants so that you have about nine square feet of space per plant if they are not staked or caged. Staked or caged plants may be spaced more closely.

Tomatoes can be grown successfully either on the ground or staked, but plants grown on the ground require less work, produce more per plant, and are less susceptible to blossom-end rot. The advantages of staking are cleaner fruits, no loss from soil rot or anthracnose and, sometimes, easier picking. If you grow tomatoes on the ground, mulching will reduce anthracnose and fruit rots, and help to keep the fruits clean. Also, the mulch will conserve moisture and control weeds.

There are several methods of staking and pruning tomatoes. A modified system which has been found to do well in Illinois is suggested here: Shortly after transplanting, drive a stake about 6 feet long and 1½ inches in diameter into the soil 8 to 10 inches deep and 3 inches away from each plant. When the plants are 12 to 15 inches high, remove all but one main stem and tie it loosely to the stake, using soft twine or cloth. As the plant grows, remove the shoots or "suckers" which develop between the main stem and the leaves, up to the first fruit cluster. Above the first fruit cluster, let the shoots develop two leaves and then pinch off the tips. Tie the plant loosely to the stake every 10 to 12 inches (Fig. 6). Diseases in tomatoes can be greatly reduced by good cultural practices and carrying out a fungicide dust or spray program.

Harvest the fruits when they are pink except during periods when the daily mean temperature is above 70° F. At such high temperatures pick the fruits just as they are turning color and keep them at 68° F. for further coloring. These fruits will be firmer and have better flavor than those ripened on the vine when temperatures are high. Fruits exposed to direct sunlight will reach a temperature 20 degrees higher than that of shaded fruits.

In the fall just before the first frost, pick the large green fruits as well as the riper fruits. Ripen these fruits at about 60° to 70° F. in the dark. By sorting them out every 2 or 3 days you will have a gradual supply for about a month.


List of Hybrid Tomato Varieties from A to Z

What’a a hybrid tomato, and why would you want a list of them? A hybrid just means that someone cross bred different types of tomatoes in order to come up with a type of tomato that meets a specific purpose. Some people cross breed them to mature faster, some cross breed them to withstand certain diseases, and others breed them for color, taste and shape.

But please be aware of this fact: a hybrid tomato is NOT the same thing as a GMO tomato. GMO means genetically modified, which is different than standard cross breeding of plants that has been done for thousands of years, since the beginning of human civilization.

You can read our guide to tomato terminology here if you want to learn all the terms related to tomato growing. And if you want to learn more about the difference between hybrids, heirlooms and organic seeds try this article.

A

The determinate red tomatoes come with a slightly flattened profile. The fruit size reaches 8 oz.

The indeterminate red tomatoes have the shape of grapes. They are ripe in mid-season.

The cherry tomatoes come with a golden color. Their indeterminate profile allows them to be produced commercially.

The flattened tomatoes come with a deep red color. Fruits reach 12oz at maturity.

The determinate tomatoes have a deep red color. They resist Verticillium, Wilt, and various types of Fusarium.

B

The determinate cherry tomatoes are sweet. They grow up to 1 oz.

With a normal leaf type, the red determinate tomatoes reach sizes of 10oz. They are highly resilient with diseases.

Based on midseason production until frost, the indeterminate tomatoes are suitable for most climates. They have good disease resistance.

The flattened tomatoes have a determinate profile. Their fruit size can reach 10oz.

With a flattened globe shape, the determinate tomatoes can reach sizes of 10oz. They are resistant to viruses.

The determinate cherry tomatoes are ripe early in the season. They are known for being firm.

With a deep red color, the determinate tomatoes are large in size. They are resistant to Nematodes.

The indeterminate cherry tomatoes grow to a plant height of 8 feet. The maximum fruit size is 1”.

These determinate tomatoes have a red color and a juicy flesh. They are made for commercial purposes and resist viruses.

With fruit size of up to 10oz, the determinate tomatoes have a round shape. They originate in the US.

With a firm profile, the large indeterminate tomatoes can be used for sandwiches. They can reach weights between 10 and 12 oz.

With a dark red color, the indeterminate tomatoes were first introduced in the US. They are suitable for slicing.

The indeterminate tomatoes are suitable for slicing. They weigh 15 ounces per piece and are known for the long harvest.

The indeterminate tomatoes are suitable for sauces. Their size varies from 3” to 5” for the plum-shaped fruits.

With a light pink color, the indeterminate tomatoes come in medium sizes at 8-10oz. They are suitable for slicing.

The indeterminate tomatoes produce 11/2” tomatoes until fall. They have a red color with purple-black overlays.

The bright red indeterminate tomatoes have a rounded shape. They grow on 5-feet plants.

The round flattened determinate tomatoes grow up to 12 oz. The plant height is short at 3 feet.

The pink indeterminate tomatoes have a better growth habit than their heirloom counterparts. The fruits can reach up to 5” across.

The indeterminate pink beefsteaks reach up to 10oz. The plant’s height is 6 feet.

With a rich flavor, the indeterminate tomatoes can be traced back to 1949. They can reach weights of up to 10 oz.

The indeterminate tomatoes mature in 62 days. With solid flesh, the tomatoes grow all summer.

The indeterminate tomatoes have a meaty texture. The tomatoes can reach a weight of up to 2lbs.

The determinate tomatoes have a bush of 20-24”. They are suitable for containers with their juicy fruits and dwarf profile.

With a flattened shape, the determinate tomatoes are ripe in midseason. They are consumed fresh.

The self-supporting indeterminate tomatoes grow on a bush. The size of the fruits measures up to 4” across.

The determinate red tomatoes reach sizes of up to 4 inches. Their flavor is sweet.

C

With red flesh, the indeterminate tomatoes are resistant to viruses. They are made to resist the Tobacco Mosaic Virus.

The red determinate tomatoes have an elongated shape. The plant rises up to 5 feet.

With a flavorful profile, the indeterminate tomatoes grow up to 8 ounces. Their rich taste recommends them for fresh eating.

The determinate plum-shaped tomatoes grow up to 6oz. The plant has narrow leaves.

With a flattened shape, the determinate tomatoes have a red color. The plant is short at its 4 feet.

Originating in the US, the semi-determinate tomatoes have a fruit size of 10oz. The fruits resist Alternaria Stem Canker.

Originating in the US, the determinate tomatoes grow up to 12oz. They come with a juicy profile.

The large and juicy indeterminate tomatoes are suitable for cooking. They can be sliced for sandwiches or added to salads.

Adapted from the Amana Orange, the indeterminate tomatoes resist cracking. They can be used in cooking as they maintain the distinct tangerine color throughout.

Growing in clusters, the indeterminate tomatoes are suitable for fresh eating. They have a sweet tangy flavor.

The indeterminate tomatoes come with a small 0.5oz size. The tomatoes are suitable for salads.

The 1” indeterminate tomatoes are known for their high nutritional value. The small tomatoes are high in Vitamin C.

With a fruit size of 0.5oz, the determinate cherry tomatoes can be used in salads. The fruits have a deep pink color.

The pear-shaped determinate tomatoes grow up to ½ oz. They are suitable for sauces.

The indeterminate red tomatoes resist viruses. Their 8oz fruits grow in clusters.

With a flattened round shape, the tomatoes have an indeterminate profile. They grow on plants of up to 5 feet.

Resistant to viruses such as Fusarium, the determinate tomatoes grow 8oz fruits. The plant size reaches 5 feet.

The determinate tomatoes reach 10oz fruit size. The plant height is short at 3 feet.

The 0.5oz cherry tomatoes resist viruses. The indeterminate plant can reach 5 feet in height.

D

Verticillium-resistant, the determinate tomatoes have 4oz fruits. They feature a deep red color.

With fruit size of up to 7oz, the indeterminate tomatoes are suitable for slicing. They have vivid red color.

With a rounded shape, the determinate tomatoes are suitable for slicing and chopping. They resist viruses.

The red indeterminate tomatoes come with a ribbed texture. They have juicy flesh.

With high acidity, the indeterminate tomatoes are also high in sugar. They are suitable for slicing and sauces.

E

Taking 59 days to mature, the indeterminate tomatoes have a slightly flattened shape. They have a meaty texture.

The round determinate tomatoes have a plant height of 5 feet. The fruits can grow up to 5oz.

The semi-determinate tomatoes have a distinct red color. They have a fruit size of 8oz.

With a fruit size of up to 10oz, the determinate tomatoes have a juicy profile. They originate in the US.

With a fruit size of 3oz, the small tomatoes have a plum shape. The indeterminate tomatoes are Nematodes-resistant.

The round indeterminate tomatoes have a fruit size of 8oz. The fruit shape is round and suitable for fresh consumption.

The determinate tomatoes are 3” long. They are suitable for sauces.

F

Best served fresh, the determinate tomatoes have a plant of 4 feet. The fruits can reach up to 10oz.

With a rounded shape, the indeterminate tomatoes have a size between 3 and 4oz. They have a deep red color.

The cherry tomatoes have a fruit size of 0.6oz. They indeterminate tomatoes have normal leave sizes.

With blight resistance, the indeterminate tomatoes are suitable for fresh eating. They grow on 6-feet plants.

The determinate tomatoes have a deep red color. With a fruit size of 7oz, they can be consumed fresh for their juicy flesh.

The indeterminate tomatoes grow between 5 and 7oz. They have a rich flavor suitable for fresh consumption.

With a fruit size of up to 12oz, the indeterminate tomatoes resist Fusarium and Nematodes viruses.

The indeterminate tomatoes come with cherry-sized fruits. Ther are easy to recognize due to their deep red color.

The flattened tomatoes have an orange-red color. The determinate fruits grow up to 10oz.

With a dark red color, the indeterminate tomatoes grow on small plants. The fruits can reach up to 10oz.

The determinate tomatoes grow up to 8oz. They have narrow leaves.

Suitable for salsas and sauces, the determinate tomatoes are firm. The come in plum-shaped fruits.

With a green color, the indeterminate tomatoes grow up to 6oz. They abound late in the season.

With fruit sizes up to 0.6oz, the indeterminate tomatoes have a deep red color. They grow in clusters on 6-feet plants.

G

The specialty indeterminate tomatoes are suitable for fresh consumption. The fruits grow up to 3.4oz.

The indeterminate tomatoes have a size of up to 8oz. The fruits have a red color.

The juicy indeterminate 2lbs fruits grow on 7-feet plants. They have a sweet flavor.

The beefsteak tomatoes grow fruits up to 16oz. The indeterminate tomatoes are perfect for fresh consumption.

The determinate tomatoes have a rounded shape. With a red color, their fruits grow to 3 inches.

Growing in clusters, the cherry tomatoes originate in China. They indeterminate fruits have an orange color.

The determinate cherry tomatoes have a golden color. They resist Verticillium and Mosaic viruses.

Similar to the heirloom San Marzano, the determinate tomatoes have a distinct yellow color. They grow up to 4 oz per fruit.

The plum-shaped indeterminate tomatoes have small 0.4oz fruits. They have a distinct orange color.

With a sweet flavor, the golden orange-golden indeterminate tomatoes are suitable for salads. They are also used for decoration.

The indeterminate cherry tomatoes have a size of up to 3/4in per fruit. The fruits have a golden color. The tomato plant can reach 8 feet in height.

The beefsteak indeterminate tomatoes can be consumed fresh or canned. The fruits grow up to 12oz.

The distinctly green indeterminate tomatoes come with firm flesh. They feature a sweet-tart flavor.

The green indeterminate tomatoes are consumed fresh. They have distinct narrow leaves.

The indeterminate pointed tomatoes come in 0.7oz sizes. They are consumed fresh or added to salads.

The determinate tomatoes have a red color. Their fruits have the shape of pears.

The indeterminate small tomatoes have a 0.5oz size. Their flavor profile is sweet.

The tomatoes have dense flesh. With an indeterminate profile, they have a tangy flavor.

The determinate tomatoes are firm and suitable for chopping. They come in a plum-shape with a distinct golden color.

With a mildly sweet taste, the yellow indeterminate tomatoes can be used for cooking. The fruits grow through the season.

H

With high acidity, the determinate tomatoes resist viruses. The fruits have blocky shapes.

The red indeterminate tomatoes grow to 0.8oz. The plants can reach 8 feet in height.

Adapted for outside use, the indeterminate tomatoes grow to 8oz. They originate in the US.

The sweet tomatoes have a rich flavor. With an indeterminate profile, they are suitable for slicing.

The American indeterminate tomatoes have small plants. The fruits have a distinct golden color.

As their name suggests, these hybrid semi-determinate tomatoes are made for early harvest. The fruits grow up to 1/2oz.

High in antioxidants, the determinate tomatoes produce until frost. The red tomatoes need at least 6 hours of sun per day.

The beefsteak indeterminate tomatoes are suitable for slicing and salads. The flavor profile is sweet.

With a bright yellow color, the indeterminate tomatoes grow in fruits of 2”. They have a sparkling flavor.

I

The indeterminate tomatoes have a sweet taste. The fruits ripen to ivory white and are suitable for fresh eating and decoration.

J

The red indeterminate tomatoes have a 3/4oz size. They grow on 6-feet tall plants.

The indeterminate tomatoes have a sweet-sour taste. They make 8oz fruits.

With low acidity, the indeterminate tomatoes can be consumed fresh. Their sliceable fruits grow up to 10oz.

The pointed indeterminate tomatoes are rich in flavor. Their plants reach up to 5 feet.

The plum-shaped tomatoes are indeterminate. They are among the most resistant cherry tomatoes.

K

The indeterminate tomatoes can be consumed fresh and sliced. Their fruits reach 10oz.

L

The cherry indeterminate tomatoes come with a deep red color. With sizes up to 1”, they are rich producers.

The determinate tomatoes are high in sugar. As a result, they make great sauces.

The round determinate tomatoes grow up to 8oz. They are known to resist blight.

At 3oz, the determinate tomatoes are egg-sized. They have also been compared to plums in size.

The beefsteak indeterminate tomatoes have a rich taste, suitable for fresh eating. They reach 10oz per fruit.

M

With a distinct pink look with yellow stripes, the indeterminate tomatoes are consumed fresh. The fruit size can reach up to 1”.

The indeterminate tomatoes originate in France. The 10oz fruits are rich in flavor and not prone to cracking.

The yellow indeterminate tomatoes grow in clusters of 3 to 5. Their fruits can reach 10oz.

A type of large Roma, the determinate tomatoes have a plum shape. They resist popular viruses.

With dark green and ribbed shoulders, the indeterminate tomatoes grow up to 8oz.

With a sweet flavor, the indeterminate tomatoes are grape-sized. Their fruits reach up to 1oz.

The indeterminate tomatoes resist cracking. Their 2oz fruits are known for their sweet flavor.

The determinate tomatoes are rich in nutrients. They are known to resist Fusarium and Mosaic viruses.

With a black purple overlay, the indeterminate tomatoes are rich in antioxidants. The tomatoes turn red when ripe.

With a red-orange color, the indeterminate tomatoes grow in clusters. They reach maturity in 74 days.

N

The indeterminate tomatoes have a sweet flavor. They are in the category of grape-sized tomatoes as their fruits grow to 1”.

The indeterminate tomatoes are known for their shiny look. The fruits grow up to 6oz.

O

The red junior beefsteaks are indeterminate. Their flavor profile is sweet and acidic.

The shiny red indeterminate tomatoes are easy to recognize. Their fruits reach 3.3-1/2oz.

The orange determinate tomatoes have a round shape. Their plants reach up to 3 feet.

The orange indeterminate beefsteaks are suitable for slicing. The tomatoes grow to 16oz.

The indeterminate tomatoes are resistant to Verticillium and Fusarium. They have an orange look with a firm texture.

The beefsteak indeterminate tomatoes come with vigorous plants. The fruits are firm and juicy ready to pick in 75 days.

P

With a distinct red color, the virus-resistant indeterminate tomatoes grow abundant crops. Their fruits have a size of 7oz.

The semi-determinate tomatoes grow in clusters. Their fruits still reach up to 10oz.

The plum-shaped determinate tomatoes have a deep red color. Their 4oz fruits grow on 4-feet plants.

With a deep pink flesh, the indeterminate tomatoes can reach up to 14oz. They are used in sandwiches.

With an elongated shape, the determinate tomatoes can be used for cooking as they come with just a few seeds.

The 16oz indeterminate tomatoes come with a rich flavor. They have a distinct light pink color.

The dark red determinate tomatoes grow fruits of up to 4oz. They are suitable fresh or added to pasta.

Made to resist early and late blight, the determinate tomatoes also resist viruses. The tomatoes have normal-sized leaves.

The indeterminate tomatoes are known for their size. With weights between 2 and 4lbs, the fruits are large and juicy.

The indeterminate tomatoes are rich in carotenoids. They mature in just 45 days.

Q

The red long indeterminate tomatoes come in fruits of 5oz. The tomato plant has a height of 8 feet.

With a bright red color, the indeterminate tomatoes produced in clusters of 4. The tomatoes are used for slicing.

R

Consumed fresh, the soft indeterminate tomatoes can be sliced for sandwiches. The fruits reach up to 12oz.

With a distinct red color and green stripes, the determinate tomatoes are slightly larger than most cherry tomatoes.

The grape-sized tomatoes have an indeterminate profile. The fruits reach up to 0.75oz.

With a sweet flavor, the indeterminate tomatoes are best fresh. Their fruits grow to 1”.

These indeterminate tomatoes have a unique look. With a raspberry color, the large tomatoes are suitable for slicing.

The 1lbs indeterminate tomatoes come with distinct large leaves. The tomatoes are virus-resilient.

The indeterminate red tomatoes are fully ripe in fall. They are known for their extra weeks of resilience with no refrigeration.

With a balance between acidity and sugar, the tasty determinate tomatoes grow on a compact plant. The tomatoes have juicy flesh.

With a red skin color, the indeterminate tomatoes mature mid-season. They resist viruses.

With a ruffled look, the indeterminate cherry tomatoes have a size of 2oz. They grow on tall 7-feet plants.

The indeterminate tomatoes are a cross between JTD and Marglobe. They are suitable for slicing.

S

The grape-shaped indeterminate tomatoes have a size of 0.6oz. They grow in clusters on 8-feet plants.

Based on an all-American selection, the determinate tomatoes resist to viruses. They resist Fusarium and Nematodes.

With a sweet flavor, the determinate tomatoes are grape-shaped. They come in 0.5oz sizes.

The determinate tomatoes can be canned or consumed fresh. They grow on 3-feet plants.

With a slightly flattened profile, the indeterminate tomatoes can be sliced. They grow to 12oz.

The red determinate tomatoes reach 10oz per fruit. They resist Fusarium Wilt Race 1 and Alternaria Stem Canker.

The grape-shaped indeterminate tomatoes can be consumed fresh. Their fruits reach 1”.

The indeterminate tomatoes are known for their resilience. They resist Nematodes and Mosaic viruses.

The beefsteak indeterminate tomatoes are consumed fresh. Their fruit size reaches 10oz.

The indeterminate tomatoes have a sweet taste. Used in salads, the tomatoes are made to resist diseases.

Producing an early harvest, the indeterminate tomatoes are productive. The tomatoes have a deep red color.

Producing from mid-summer to early fall, the indeterminate tomatoes are suitable for slicing. They have a juicy nature.

The indeterminate tomatoes are known for their smoky flavor. They produce clusters of 8-12 1” fruits.

The distinct indeterminate tomatoes have a red and yellow color. They have a refreshing tangy flavor.

The indeterminate tomatoes take 65 days to reach maturity. They have a sweet-tart flavor with a golden –orange look.

With a neon yellow color, the indeterminate tomatoes are suitable for slicing. They have moderate acidity.

The indeterminate red tomatoes come in large sizes. They are suitable for slicing. The tomatoes also resist Mosaic and Fusarium viruses.

Being larger then Early Girl, the indeterminate tomatoes reach weights of 5-6oz. They are known for their disease tolerance.

With a summer-long supply, the indeterminate tomatoes are used for juicy sauces. They are also suitable for slicing.

These determinate tomatoes have a tangy flavor. They can be sliced for sandwiches.

The indeterminate tomatoes come with a distinct golden color as they are high in carotene. They take 63 days to mature.

The indeterminate tomatoes have no seeds. They are solid, juicy and suitable for slicing and fresh eating.

The determinate bright yellow tomatoes ripen early. They are known for heavy crops.

With high sugar and high acidity, the indeterminate tomatoes are suitable for purees and fresh consumption.

With a unique variety, the indeterminate tomatoes have very few seeds. The fruits grow to 10oz.

The pink indeterminate tomatoes are rich in flavor. Their fruits reach 1” on 5-feet plants.

T

The red indeterminate tomatoes have a size of 0.5oz. Their grape-size is suitable for fresh consumption.

The determinate tomatoes are sweet and they have low acidity. They are used in salads.

The indeterminate tomatoes are easy to recognize. They have a long grape shape with points at the end.

The indeterminate tomatoes have a sweet flavor. They stay on the vine for a long time and they are crack-resistant.

The pink determinate tomatoes can be consumed fresh. The fruits have sizes of up to 8oz.

The round determinate tomatoes are disease-resistant. They grow on 3-feet plants.

U

With firm flesh, the indeterminate tomatoes have a red shiny look. They grow to 10oz.

T

The small determinate tomatoes are quick to grow. They can be harvested in 50 days.

The yellow cherry tomatoes grow on plats 6” wide. Their flavor profile is sweet.

These indeterminate tomatoes come with an interesting dual color combining orange and red. The 7oz fruits are resistant to disease.

The indeterminate tomatoes have a round shape. Their size varies from 2 to 3”.

With a golden color, the tomatoes come with tangy flavor. They are used in cooking.

The orange-red indeterminate tomatoes resist viruses. They reach 0.6oz.

Made to resist cracking, the indeterminate tomatoes have a sweet flavor. Their large fruits can reach 1lbs.

The deep red determinate tomatoes have a size of 10oz. Their leaf size is normal.

With a heart shape, the indeterminate tomatoes come with a deep red color. Their juiciness is suitable for salads.

Taking 72 days to mature, the indeterminate tomatoes are juicy and flavorful. Their maximum weight is 6 ounces.

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These indeterminate tomatoes reach weights between 6 and 8oz. Their vigorous plants are made to resist viruses.

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The determinate tomatoes are suitable for eating fresh and slicing. They originate in the USA.

With a red color with dark green stripes, the determinate tomatoes are suitable for salads. Their fruits reach 1-1/2 inches.

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