Great taste, very good disease resistance, good size with strong stems, extremely productive all season long. These have been my favorite tomatoes for the last 3 years.
Tempting Tomatoes® Garden Treasure Solanum lycopersicum
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Garden to Table Goodness. This indeterminate, slicer type tomato has been hailed as a breakthrough. It was developed to have true heirloom taste, with modern disease resistance and high yield of large fruit. It performs well in heat and humidity. It has a smooth, balanced flavor and is delicious in salads and sauces. This tomato will produce fruit for an extended period of time. Fruit ripens in about 70-75 days from transplant. If you grow them from seed, the first mature fruit will take 91 to 103 days. This new version include Late Blight Resistance.EdibleLong BloomingHeat Tolerant
CharacteristicsPlant Type:AnnualHeight Category:TallGarden Height:34 - 48 InchesSpacing:24 - 30 InchesSpread:12 - 20 InchesFlower Colors:YellowFlower Shade:YellowFoliage Colors:GreenFoliage Shade:GreenHabit:UprightContainer Role:Thriller
Plant NeedsMaintenance Category:ModerateBloom Time:Planting To FrostHardiness Zones:10a, 10b, 11a, 11bSoil Fertility Requirement:Average SoilSoil Fertility Requirement:Fertile SoilUses:ContainerUses:LandscapeUses:Specimen or Focal PointUses Notes:
This is a garden tomato that will prolifically produce mid-sized tomatoes with truly fantastic taste. They grow quite large in the landscape, but when grown in a container they are more contained in size. They do need to be staked or caged to grow them successfully. This tomato will produce fruit for an extended period of time. If you are growing this plant in a container, a 14" diameter (5 gallon volume) is the minimum necessary size. The ideal size size would be a 16" to 20" (7-10 gallon) container. Be sure to provide support by using a tomato cage or other structure in the container.Maintenance Notes:
Seeds can be started indoors 5-6 weeks before the last frost in your area. Seeds should be planted about 1/8" into the soil then transplant the seedlings outdoors after all risk of frost has passed. You can also direct sow into your garden or pots outdoors after the threat of frost has passed. However, starting seeds indoors will give you a substantial head-start for harvesting your first tomatoes.
When germinating the seeds, be sure to keep the soil temperature at 75-90° until the seeds sprout. The temperatures can be decreased a bit once the plants are up and growing. The number of days to germination is 5-10.
Once the seedlings are a few inches tall and growing well, you may want to thin out the number of seedlings. One plant in a cell or pot would be ideal. If you are direct seeding into the ground, thin seedlings until they are 24 to 30 inches apart. Rows should be about 3 feet apart.
'Garden Treasure' fruit ripens in about 70-75 days from transplant. If you grow them from seed, the first mature fruit will take 91 to 103 days.
Indeterminate tomatoes will grow quite large. You will need to use a tomato cage or staking of some sort to support the plants. They will need to be kept from getting excessively dry. Consistent watering and regular fertilization will be key to keeping your plant in full production mode. They can be grown in containers, a minimum of 12 inches in diameter is suggested, but larger is better. If grown in containers they will still need to be given support of a tomato cage or stake of some sort. These plants are quite disease resistant and with proper care should provide fruit throughout the season.
Tempting Tomatoes® Garden Treasure Solanum lycopersicum USPVP 201400065
- Days to Germinate – 5-10 days
- Germination Rate - 94-99%
- Transplant to Harvest – 70-75 days
- Planting Depth – 1/8”
- Plant Spacing After Thinning – 24-30”
- Row Spacing – 36”
- Exposure – Full sun (6+ hours)
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Christine, Massachusetts, United States, 8 weeks ago
Best producing tomatoes that I’ve ever had. They are resistant to a lot of diseases.Debbie Rody, Virginia, United States, 8 weeks ago
I've grown these for three years now. Never fail. Tons of tomatoes. Huge. Even through neglectKatie Petersen, Iowa, United States, 27 weeks ago
Most of the seeds didn’t germinate. The ones that did were small and withered away to nothing. I watered, fed, and gave them lots of sunlight. The same thing happened with the Garden Gems. The Goodhearted tomato seeds are doing well. Not sure why the other 2 are duds.None of your business, Manitoba, Canada, 44 weeks ago
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