Determinate and Indeterminate. Determinate varieties, or bush tomatoes, are shorter (4 feet) and stop growing once fruit sets. All fruit ripens within a 2 week period and then the plant dies.
Perfect for slicing and sandwiches. With a 4-5 week harvest window, these dark red fruits grow on a compact, uniform plant and offer good resistance to multiple diseases common to homegrown tomatoes.
The Early Doll Tomato is a bright red, juicy tomato that is an improvement of the Quick Pick, making it a good slicing variety.
The Roma Tomato is a popular heirloom elongated tomato preferred for cooking, canning and making a spectacular Italian paste.
The Sub Arctic Plenty Tomato is the world's fastest growing heirloom tomato, in just 42 days from transplant you will have fresh vine ripe tomatoes!