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. So, they are often easier to get off to a good start in the garden. That can lead to a healthier plant overall, with increased 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.
Additional information and definitions are included at the bottom of this page.
Grafted plants - the tomato plant is grafted onto a "high performance" rootstock. Grafted plants typically have increased vigor, improved disease resistance and higher production. These are NOT genetically modified (GMO) plants.
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-determinates can offer a more extended harvest.
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.