Product Number: 41603
It was a joy to watch them grow. Thank you for asking.
Our nights haven't reached 55 degrees yet! This is high desert country. We have hot days but co!d nights until mid-May, then suddenly it becomes summer. I'll try to remember to send an email when I transplant. Please remember that I am ill. Walking is difficult even with a cane, so I am slow at everything! Even getting my garden going!!
We love the flavor of these large tomatoes. I am growing them again this year.
This tomato was a hit this summer. Big delicious fruit. I use cattle panels to create an arched trellis between my raised beds and I had a little room so I added these tomatoes to the trellis. They grew 6 feet tall and have produced a very satisfactory crop. I live in NE Vermont... only wish I could give them a longer season.
I am hooked on growing these tomatoes! I live in coastal Washington County, Maine. Geography had prevented my growing big, ripe tomatoes until I joined a co-op passive solar greenhouse last year. I chose these climbing tomatoes, as I had limited space. After I learned to give the plants enough space, and to prune the vigorous vines to promote air circulation, I began harvesting large, ripe, delicious fruits-straight through December! With no heat except passive solar, two of my plants lived through winter, and have begun to provide tomatoes again-five so far with many more blossoms and small fruits on the vine. I have also started two new plants from cuttings, and just to insure a steady crop, have several new plants from seed.