FINALLY, you can choose varieties that will mature mid July (from transplant) and fruit in cool nights. They are generally smaller but a nice alternative while waiting for the larger slicers that tend to mature later at the end of summer.
We generally plant our tomato transplants in the 1st week of June, after the soil warms up from a long frozen winter.
Raised beds are ideal for heat loving plants.
A distinguished Russian variety, with notable carrot top foliage. An all around versatile variety that has many attributes. We have...
The name says it all. The foliage is a rugosa type making it pest resistant and the fruit is a...