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We will stop the line and get your order out right away. This can cause stunted growth, disease-prone plants, uneven ripening and low production during the season.
Two to three weeks after your last frost date is usually the best time to plant.
Be sure you are going to be home when your plants arrive.
This will help you avoid expedite fees if you need to suddenly change shipping weeks.)NOTE: We ship via Post Office Priority Mail and Golden State Overnight to the Western States.
In this photograph I took during a fall harvest, you will see some of my favorite varieties including Aunt Ruby's German Green, Brown Derby, Yellow Brandywine, Paul Robeson, Dagma's Perfection, Carmello, Japanese Black Trifele, Black Cherry, Green Zebra, Black Plum, Sun Gold, Azoychka, Green Giant, Costoluto Genovese, Marianna's Peace, Brandywine OTV, Kellogg's Breakfast, Sunset's Red Horizon and Eva Purple Ball.
These delightful tomatoes are as easy to grow as the common hybrids and need no special care other than fluffy, deeply amended, healthy soil, lots of sunshine, moderate watering, clean garden practices and sturdy support.
Wait for the warm weather when soil temperatures and night temperatures are reliably above 50.
Tomatoes are warm weather crops and will grow much faster and healthier in warm soil.
Plant prices are next to their names on The Big List below. We are in Lomita in the South Bay/Torrance area of Los Angeles County near Western and Pacific Coast Highway, 30 minutes south of LAX, 5 miles from the Pacific Ocean and 3 minutes west of the 110/Harbor freeway.(H) Hybrid. The ones I chose were developed with great flavor as the main criterion.
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Most of these heirlooms get really big, from 6 to 8 feet tall and taller, 3 to 4 feet wide, and need to be spaced at least 32 - 36 inches apart in rows at least 4 to 5 feet apart.
Sure, they are small when you plant them; don't let that fool you.