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Early Girl (VFF) Hybrid Tomato
Earliest Indeterminate Hybrid
(7 customer reviews)
The one you can count on year after year. There’s no faster-growing, better-tasting tomato! Huge crops of 4- to 6-oz. fruits—ideal for canning. Resists wilt. 52 DAYS.
Tomato plants are not available in ME and MT.
Seeds will be shipped within 5-10 days of your order.
Plants ship only in the spring. If our spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following spring.
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- Friday, April 12, 2013
Not for Texas
Reviewed By: Andrew Cook (Georgetown, Texas)
This may be a great plant for cooler climates but does not perform well in the hot summers of Texas. If you live in the south I would recommend more heat tolerant varieties such as beefsteak or mortgage lifter.
- Saturday, January 26, 2013
Reviewed By: Sue s (Blue Point, NY)
I tried several tomato plants, Early Girl, Brandywine Black Krim Honey Bells cherry. Early Girl set several tomatoes in June, stopped for a while in July heat, started up again to produce well, neatly, compact plants. The others got so tall & then set a few huge plants that made staking difficult. Early Girl did the best overall, cooking, growing, staking
- Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Best for Vancouver climate
Reviewed By: Pocketfish (Richmond, BC)
We've been growing this tomato on our family farm for more years than I can remember. It stores exceptionally well, and produces very heavily: just this week during the last picking before frost I took 800 lbs of good tomatoes off of 400 plants, and during the height of the season 150-200lbs a week... and there was lots of room for improvement. Also worthy of mention is that for a hybrid it tastes fantastic, given that you don't use excessive amounts of fertilizer. A low N.P.K. all purpose fertilizer will do fine.
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