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Jelly Beans (VF) Hybrid Tomato
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Jelly Beans (VF) Hybrid Tomato

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Bursting with Sweet Flavor

These little gems have a fantastic, sweet flavor you're sure to love! Disease-resistant vines bear multiple clusters of 15-30 grape-size fruits that resist cracking. Indeterminate. 66 DAYS.

Zones: 3 - 9 annual
Height: about 6 - 8 ft (needs staking)
Shade Requirement: full sun

Jelly Beans (VF) Hybrid Tomato - Pkt
  • 66369
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  • For each offer ordered, get approx. 30 seeds.
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Jelly Beans (VF) Hybrid Tomato Product Details

Height: about 6 - 8 ft (needs staking)

Spacing: 18 - 24" between plants, 3-5 ft between rows

Depth: 1/4 inch

Spread: 3 ft

Sun/Shade: full sun

Days To Maturity: 66 days from transplant

Soil Requirements: well drained, humus enriched

Seed Count: 30 seeds per pkt.

Comments: Plant is indeterminate, producing 15-30 fruit per cluster. The fruit are oblong in shape. The fruit is bright red, bite sized and has a fantastic flavor that you will fall in love with. Show good signs of resistance to cracking and looks just like that of a grape. Disease tolerance to verticillium wilt, fusarium wilt race 1 and 2, alternararia stem canker and stemphylium. Indeterminate tomatoes continue to grow, flower, and set fruit until killed by the first frost in the fall. Accordingly, the harvest from indeterminate varieties often extends over a 2 or 3 month period. Yields are generally heavier than determinate types, but are usually later to mature. Indeterminate tomatoes are tall, sprawling plants which often perform best when supported by stakes or a tall wire cage. Indeterminate varieties that are staked can be planted 1 1/2 to 2 feet apart in the row. Allow a 2- to 3-foot-spacing for indeterminate plants grown in wire cages, while tomatoes allowed to sprawl over the ground should be spaced 3 to 4 feet apart., RESTRICTED STATES, AE, AK, GU, HI, ME, MT, PR


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2013-06-24
Thick skin
Reviewed By: but tasty. (Joel, Nacogdoches)
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2011-08-16
Awesome tomatoes!
Reviewed By: Kelley (Williamston, SC)
Awesome taste! I used to hate small salad size tomatoes but growing these changed my mind. These are the right size...not too big...and taste fantastic! The skin isn't tough either! We grew several and always had some to share even with this years crazy heat.


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2011-03-16
Tasty tomatoes
Reviewed By: Christy (Casper, Wyoming)
Yummy tomatoes. Produced a good quantity even with poor care, poor weather, and poor lighting. Because of our short season in Wyoming and being a little late planting them, I had to move them inside where they don't get great light to finish riping. Tomatoes were yummy. My 3 year old loves them and eats them like candy. They got a little sick looking over the winter, but are producing a nice crop of tomatoes now in March even though they are supposed to be annuals. I'm getting early tomatoes and loving it.


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2010-09-19
One Tough Plant
Reviewed By: John (Broken Arrow, Oklahoma)
I cant help but wonder if I got the right seeds in the packet because my Jelly Bean tomatoes dont look like the picture they are more pear shaped than oblong. Whatever the case, this is one tough plant that struggled with our 100+ degree heat, some disease, my late planting, an invasion of horn worms, probably less than adequate light, blossom drop and questionable soil fertility. The result? The plant has bounced back from the aforementioned obstacles and is growing like gangbusters, spilling well over my three foot cage. Luscious green growth is appearing peppered with new blossoms. I just picked my first handful of absolutely stunning tomatoes and there are loads more coming on. The taste is the perfect tomato flavor in my book. Not too acid, not too sweet. The skins are thin and tender as well. Fantastic. Cant wait to plant it again under better conditions.


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2009-03-23
We gave buckets of these away!!
Reviewed By: Julie Jones (Eyota, MN)
These little gems were wonderful tasting and extremly productive. We literally gave ice cream buckets full of these to friends, neighbors, and co-workers, and still had more than we could eat, and we ate a lot! We have grown them for 3 years now and every year is the same outstanding production!


Jelly Beans (VF) Hybrid Tomato - Pkt
  • 66369
  • Quantity
  • Price

  • For each offer ordered, get approx. 30 seeds.
  • Out of Stock


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