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 Micro Tom Tomato is the perfect little cherry tomato variety for growing in tight places, ideal for windowsills and patios!
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!