Tomato & Pepper Plants
Many local gardeners choose our "red cup" Tomato and Pepper plants. These plants offer a larger plant size with a more robust root system than is typical with regular multi-pack plants. We also "harden off" our plants to sun and wind so they're ready to have a good start in the garden. That can lead to a healthier plant overall, with increased vigor and earlier production.
Plants are available during May and June, while supplies last.
We offer a selection of heirlooms and hybrids, featuring varieties known for good production and great flavor. All plants are non-GMO and Certified Organic.
Plants are available at our farmers market booths and at
Nashville's Urban Gardening Festival.
Additional information and definitions are included at the bottom of this page.
Indeterminate - this is the most common tomato growth habit. Indeterminate plants have a vine-type growth habit and will continue to grow and expand throughout the season. These tomatoes will benefit from some type of support, such as a cage, stake, or trellis.
Determinate - these tomato varieties are usually more compact than indeterminates. Determinate varieties typically reach 2 to 4 feet in height. Most determinate varieties provide a concentrated set of mature tomatoes within a short period of about 2 weeks. Semi-determinate varieties offer compact growth with an extended harvest window.
Maturity Days - This is an estimate of the time it takes for the plant to bear fruits that are ready to harvest. This time can vary due to weather and other factors.