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  • Yule (XMAS) Tree-to-Be Yule (XMAS) Tree-to-Be Open in new tab $29.99

    Yule (XMAS) Tree-to-Be

    Yule (Pinus sylvestris 'Guadarrama')    The Scotch Pine is native to northern Europe. It is an evergreen conifer with a pyramidal shape. The Scotch Pine will grow up to 60 feet tall with a 40 foot spread in a landscape setting. It will reach 7-8 feet in six to eight years. Scotch Pines hold their needles for up to four weeks after harvest and retain their fragrance thoughout the season.    Yule is the preferred Christmas tree in many countries. Includes: Hydrocarbon free jute bag (9.5" high x 8.5") Yule tree seed Growing medium Germination bag with wafer Coir seedling pot Terra cotta saucer Directions


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    Yarrow, Medicinal Herb (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Yarrow has a high reputation and is widely employed in herbal medicine, administered both internally and externally. It is used in the treatment of a very wide range of disorders but is particularly valuable for treating wounds, stopping the flow of blood, treating colds, fevers, kidney diseases, menstrual pain etc. Day to Maturity | 65 days Follow SeedsNow.com's board Yarrow on Pinterest.


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  • XS Seed Vault XS Seed Vault Open in new tab $9.99

    XS Seed Vault

    Extra-Small heavy-duty Seed Storage container with vacuum-seal top! 3-3/4"tall x 3"diameter .29 Liters Keeps seeds lasting years longer.  Superior moisture barrier.  Super water-resistant.  Pest, insect, and rodent resistant.  Freezer safe. Pick another size:  ExtraSmall  |  Small  |   Medium  |  Large  |  Extra-Large


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    Extra-Large heavy-duty Seed Storage container with vacuum-seal top! Height 10-1/4" /// Diameter 7" /// Volume 3.8 l Keeps seeds lasting years longer. High-grade plastic. Superior moisture barrier.  Super water-resistant.  Pest, insect, and rodent resistant.  Freezer safe. Pick another size:  ExtraSmall  |  Small  |   Medium  |  Large  |  Extra-Large  


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  • Wormwood Wormwood Open in new tab NOW only $0.99

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    Wormwood, Medicinal Herb (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Wormwood is a very bitter plant with a long history of use as a medicinal herb.- Acts as a natural wasp repellant - many people plant wormwood as a garden border. - It is valued especially for its tonic effect on the liver, gallbladder and digestive system. - It is an extremely useful medicine for those with weak and under-active digestion. - It is known to increase stomach acid and bile production, improving digestion along with the absorption of nutrients. Day to Maturity | 65 days Additional Details Wormwood also eases wind and bloating and, if taken regularly, helps the body return to full vitality after a prolonged illness.  Use with caution, the plant should be taken internally in small doses for short-term treatment only, preferably under the supervision of a qualified practitioner. It should not be prescribed for children or pregnant women. Follow SeedsNow.com's board Wormwood on Pinterest.


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  • Wildflower & Pollinator Scatter Garden Variety Pack Wildflower & Pollinator Scatter Garden Variety Pack Open in new tab $19.99

    Wildflower & Pollinator Scatter Garden Variety Pack

    All-in-One Wildflower & Pollinator Scatter Garden Variety Pack includes an assortment of our most popular seed mixtures for you to plant in your garden.  This collection of seeds will produce some of the most beautiful flowers you have ever seen.  In addition, this mix includes a collection of pollinator friendly seeds to help attract beneficial pollinators such as bees, butterflies, ladybugs, and more! Broadcasting by hand is a good approach on small plot, may want to mix with an inert carrier, sand or other. Raking in and covering with soil 2-3 times seed thickness. During establishment for the first month, can be from rain in spring or supplement with irrigation. The best time to plant is in spring to early summer and even again in late fall. Includes all of the following varieties: 1. Wildflowers - All Annuals Includes a mix of 21 popular annual flower varieties and colors. Scatter this mix of seeds in your garden and enjoy a beautiful assortment of flowers all year. View full product details → 2. Wildflowers - All Perennials Includes a mix of 16 popular perennial flower varieties and colors. Scatter this mix of seeds in your garden and enjoy a beautiful assortment of flowers for multiple years. A perennial plant or simply perennial is a pla... View full product details →     3. Wildflowers - Bee Seed Mix Plant this mix to attract bees and other beneficial pollinators.  =)Wildflower establishment requires some important steps: - Site selection/preparation: It's important to address competition from weeds: pull, till, or ... View full product details →     4. Wildflowers - Beneficial Insect Seed Mix Plant this mix to attract beneficial insects such as ladybugs, lacewings, ground beetles and other insects that feed on pests. Wildflower establishment requires some important steps: - Site selection/preparation: It's i... View full product details → fd 5. Wildflowers - Cone Flower Seed Mix Includes a mixture of 6 popular coneflower varieties. Scatter this mix in your garden and enjoy a beautiful assortment of coneflowers! Wildflower establishment requires some important steps: - Site selection/preparati... View full product details → fd 6. Wildflowers - Annual Cut Flowers Includes a mix of 25 popular annual flower varieties that will produce a beautiful assortment of flowers suitable for cutting. The mix includes many of the flowers found in floral stores. This annual flower mix will blos... View full product details → fd 7. Wildflowers - Fragrant Flowers Includes a mix of 18 popular fragrant flower varieties and colors. Scatter this mix of seeds in your garden and enjoy the most fragrant flower assortment you've ever smelt. Wildflower establishment requires some importa... View full product details →     8. Wildflowers - Dryland Scatter Garden Seed Mix Includes a mix of 21 different beautiful flower varieties. Cover dry spaces with drought tolerant wildflowers! Mix includes annuals and perennials.  Easy to grow and require little maintenance   View full product details →     9. Wildflowers - Low Grow Flowers Includes a mix of 17 different beautiful flower varieties.  A mostly annual flower seed mix that blooms quickly and stays below knee high. Great for containers and edges.  Wildflower establishment requires some important... View full product details →     10. Wildflowers - Deer Resistant Mix IIncludes a mix of the 22 of the most popular flower varieties that deer are known to stay away from. Scatter this mix of seeds in your garden and keep the deer away. Sit... View full product details →      NOTE:  IN THE EVENT WE RUN OUT OF A SPECIFIC MIX WE WILL REPLACE WITH NEXT CLOSEST AVAILABLE MIX


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      Wheat (Organic), Hard Red (100% Organic/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Hard, brownish, high-protein wheat used for bread and hard baked goods. - Bread Flour and high-gluten flours are commonly made from.- Certified Organic. Day to Maturity | 75 days NOTE:  THIS PRODUCT CANNOT BE SHIPPED TO CANADA.


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    Watermelon, Sugar Baby (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Popular and early "Icebox" variety produces uniform 8" round heirloom watermelons. - Each fruit weighs appx. 8 - 12 lb. - Drought resistant variety - Thrives in hot temperatures and direct sun Day to Maturity | 75 days   Best Months to Plant  |  [April - June]  Watermelons are heat-loving plants that need lots of sun. They grow on a long vine, so make sure to give them plenty of space to roam around.     Source: Where do Seedless Watermelons come from?   When a run-of-the-mill watermelon and a souped-up frankenmelon love each other very much, they come together and make a baby seedless wundermelon. Seedless watermelons are a lot like mules – sterile hybrids formed by crossing genetically incompatible parents. Normal, seeded watermelons are diploid (have 2 sets of chromosomes) just like us, with one set from mom and one from dad. When the two combine, their seeds grow into a plant that looks like a combination of its parents. Just like us. But sometimes farmers treat some of their watermelons with colchicine, a chemical that allows chromosomes to duplicate but prevents them from splitting into two cells. This creates a tetraploid – a super-squash with four complete sets of chromosomes. The fruit isn’t genetically modified; cells contain the same DNA as standard melons – just twice as many. Next, the farmer introduces this new tetraploid watermelon to a regular melon. If they hit it off, they’ll produce a triploid melon with 3 sets of chromosomes. This offspring will grow up to be a normal looking vine that produces flowers and fruit. But when it tries to reproduce, the chromosomes can’t divide properly. This means that real seeds never develop. Follow SeedsNow.com's board Watermelon on Pinterest.


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  • Watermelon - Black Diamond Watermelon - Black Diamond Open in new tab $4.50 $0.99

    Watermelon - Black Diamond

    Watermelon, Black Diamond (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Popular large heirloom watermelon with semi-oval shape than can weigh up to 30 lbs. - Dark green, tough rind - Bright red, firm and very sweet flesh - Thick vines provide lots of sunburn protection Day to Maturity | 90 days Best Months to Plant  |  [April - June]  Watermelons are heat-loving plants that need lots of sun. They grow on a long vine, so make sure to give them plenty of space to roam around.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Watermelon on Pinterest.


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  • Urban Garden Fall/Winter Variety Pack Urban Garden Fall/Winter Variety Pack Open in new tab $19.99

    Urban Garden Fall/Winter Variety Pack

    A variety pack designed for urban organic gardener's that want to grow a fall/winter garden with containers and raised beds! This all-in-One Urban Organic Gardener's Fall/Winter Garden Variety Pack includes an assortment of the 15 most popular cold hardy seeds that grow best in containers and raised beds - ideal for the Urban Organic Gardener.  This variety pack includes all of the following 15 varieties: 1. Beet, Detroit Dark Red (appx. 20 seeds) Beet, Dark Red Detroit (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) This is an all-time favorite beet variety. Recommended by USU. The most popular beet on the market. - The 2 ½ to 3 inch globe shaped roots are tender and... View full product details → 2. Broccoli, Calabrese (appx. 50 seeds)   Broccoli, Calabrese (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) This popular broccoli variety produces a short, 24 inch plant with medium-large heads. Withstands cold well. Best used for a fall crop. - Extremely flavorful ... View full product details → 3. Cabbage, Bok Choy (appx. 50 seeds)   Chinese Cabbage, Bok Choy (White Stem) (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) This is the very popular Chinese non-heading Cabbage variety. - Produces loose spoon shaped leaves with thick white ribs. - Tender, crisp an... View full product details → 4. Carrot, Little Fingers 4" long (appx. 200 seeds)   Carrot, Little Fingers (4" Long) (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Little Finger carrots are one of the quickest to grow.  - 4" cylindrical roots - Tenderand sweet variety - Many can be grown in a small spa... View full product details → 5. Carrot, Autumn King 10" long (appx. 100 seeds)   Carrot, Autumn King (10" Long) (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO)   The Autumn King carrot is one of the more popular varieties to grow. It's split-resistant skin turns to a deep dark orange/red color as it matu... View full product details → 6. Celery, Tendercrisp (appx. 200 seeds)   Celery, Tendercrisp (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) A very large type of celery with excellent flavor.  Days to Maturity: 110 days View full product details → 7. Chives, Garlic (appx. 115 seeds)   Garlic Chives (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO)  Also known as Garlic Chives.  A perennial plant that grows narrow, grass-like leaves that have a mild onion-like flavor. - Chives are rich in vitamins A and C, contain... View full product details → 8. Kale, Blue Curled Scotch (appx. 50 seeds)   Kale, Blue Curled Scotch (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Blue Curled Scotch is an early Kale variety which will produce tasty greens!  - Excellent in salads or steamed.  - The blue-green leaves are finely cu... View full product details → 9. Lettuce, Classic Romaine (appx. 135 seeds)   Lettuce, Romaine (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Large, upright, full-bodied heads with dark-green, slightly savoyed leaves that are mild and sweet. - Plant reaches about 10 inches tall. Midribs are crunchy and... View full product details → 10. Lettuce, All-Year-Round (appx. 200 seeds)   Lettuce, All Year Round (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) As its name suggests, this is a lettuce that can be gown throughout the year, though it will require protection with a cloche or cold frame in the cooler mo... View full product details → 11. Onion, Evergreeen (Bunching) (appx. 100 seeds)   Onion, Evergreen (Bunching) a.k.a Scallion (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Allium cepa. This plant produces very long and slender bunching onions. - Grown exclusively as green bunching onions. Onions have white sha... View full product details → 12. Onion, White Sweet Spanish (appx. 100 seeds)   Onion, White Sweet Spanish (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The White Sweet Spanish variety will produces a globed shaped white onion. - Long day. - This is one of the most popular white onion varieties availa... View full product details → 13. Radish, Champion (appx. 120 seeds) Radish, Red Champion (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) AAS - All-America Selections Winner! - The Champion Radish plant produces large and extremely tasty red cherry radishes - They measure about the size of a si... View full product details → 14. Spinach, Bloomsdale (appx. 70 seeds) Spinach, Bloomsdale (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Bloomsdale Spinach will produce heavy, glossy, dark green leaves. - Excellent flavor - Extremely easy to grow - Large, curly dark green leaves - Nice sweet t... View full product details → 15. Swiss Chard, Rainbow Mix (appx. 25 seeds)   Rainbow Swiss Chard  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Rainbow Swiss Chard is a popular plant that  produces some of the most amazing looking swiss chard leaves in shades of red, orange, purple, yellow, and white.... View full product details →


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    Turnip - Purple Top White Globe

    Turnip, Purple Top/White Globe (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Smooth round roots, 4 to 6 inches across are purple on top and white below. - Flesh is white, mild, and crisp. Stores well - Extremely healthy and nutritious - Very easy to grow Day to Maturity | 55 days


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    Turnip - Golden Globe

    Turnip, Golden Globe (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) A beautiful and delicious turnip with white/golden color and amazing flavor.  The quality and tenderness is best when harvested at 3”.  Plants grow best in early spring or late summer to fall. Day to Maturity | 55 days


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  • Tomato Garden Variety Pack Tomato Garden Variety Pack Open in new tab $19.99

    Tomato Garden Variety Pack

    All-in-One Tomato Variety Pack includes an assortment of our 15 most popular varieties. Seeds are all individually packaged.  Packaged with zip-lock bag system for long-term storage and maximum seed protection.  Zipper-top closure and bottom fold. Resealable. Includes all of the following 15 varieties: 1. Beefsteak (Ponderosa Red) (Appx. 15 seeds) Days to Maturity | 80 days Description |  Deep, oblate fruits are very large, solid, and meaty with small seed cavities. - A great slicer. - Indeterminate. 2. Black Krim (Appx. 15 seeds) Days to Maturity | 80 days Description |  The Black Krim tomato produces high yields of dark reddish/black beefsteak tomatoes. A popular and rare heirloom tomato variety from the Black Sea region of Russia. - Amazingly rich in flavor - Skin turns to a reddish black color as it matures - Interior is dark reddish green - Very sweet - Excellent when eaten right off the vine, used for salads or sandwiches - Easy to grow and looks amazing in any culinary dish     3. Bonnie's Best (Appx. 15 seeds) Days to Maturity | 75 days Description | Old heirloom variety that produces very firm scarlet fruit with few seeds. - Ideal for slicing or canning. - The medium sized, 6 to 8 ounce fruits are crack resistant and have a superb flavor. - Indeterminate.     4. Brandywine Pink (Appx. 15 seeds) Days to Maturity | 85-90 days Description | Heirloom tomato of a beefsteak type. - Produces large (up to 1 pound) pink fruits. - Well known for its excellent, exotic flavor. - Soft texture, rough shoulders, and creamy smooth flesh. - Indeterminate. fd   5. Cherokee Purple (Appx. 10 seeds) Days to Maturity | 90 days Description | This variety has been grown for over 100 years by the Cherokee Indians. The Cherokee Purple tomato plant produces high yields of 6 oz. - 12 oz sized purplish/pink colored heirloom tomatoes. - Very sweet and rich flavor - Skin turns to a dark pink/purple color with a hint of green around the top - Easy to grow - Extremely flavorful fd 6. Cherry Chocolate (Appx. 15 seeds) Days to Maturity | 75 days Description | The Cherry Chocolate tomato plant produces high yields of 1" diameter chocolate cherry tomatoes. - Grows in cluster of 8- Indeterminate plant height - High yield of tomatoes on one plant - These tomatoes are crack resistant and hold very well on the plant - Excellent variety for any gourmet dishes - Great flavor and easy to grow fd     7. Homestead (Appx. 15 seeds) Days to Maturity | 75-80 days Description | Extremely popular heirloom tomato variety. - Strong and sturdy vines with medium sized tomatoes that thrive it warm climates. - Grows well in hotter climates.  Also known to be wilt resistant.     8. Large Red Cherry (Appx. 15 seeds) Days to Maturity | 80-90 days Description | 1 ¼ inch, sweet, firm fruits abundantly produced on tall indeterminate vine over an extended season. Excellent flavor.     9. Rio Grande (Appx. 15 seeds) Days to Maturity | 75-80 days Description | Large plant produces high yields of large size red tomatoes. - An excellent variety for fresh market and processing. - Well adapted to hot days and cold nights. - Withstand extremes in temperature.     10. Rutgers (Appx. 15 seeds) Days to Maturity | 75-80 days Description | High yields of firm, meaty, blood red fruits averaging 6 to 8 oz. - An exceptional fine mild flavor. - Medium-large determinate vines.     11. Small Red Cherry (Appx. 15 seeds) Days to Maturity | 65 days Description | Pinkish-red fruits are oval and have full flavor. Plants are fairly compact and great for home gardens and hanging planters.     12. Red Pear Days to Maturity | 75 days Description | Pear-shaped fruits set in clusters. Excellent for canning and sauce. Indeterminate.     13. Yellow Pear (Appx. 15 seeds) Days to Maturity | 75 days Description | Pear-shaped fruits set in clusters. Excellent for canning and sauce. Indeterminate.     14. Roma (Appx. 15 seeds) Days to Maturity | 75 days Description | Vigorous vines. Excellent yields of bright red, medium-small, pear shaped fruits. Popular for cooking, canning, and paste.         15. VR Moscow (Appx. 15 seeds) Days to Maturity | 80 days Description | Produces 3-4" large red thick walled fruits. Old fashioned tomato flavor.  


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  • Tomato - VR Moscow [DETERMINATE] Tomato - VR Moscow [DETERMINATE] Open in new tab NOW only $0.99

    Tomato - VR Moscow [DETERMINATE]

    VR Moscow Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Produces 3-4" large red thick walled fruits. Old fashioned tomato flavor- Determinate Day to Maturity | 80 days 12-Month Planting Calendar   Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ Eat it (Harvest) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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    Tomato - Tiny Tim [DETERMINATE]

    Tiny Tim Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Tiny Tim tomato plant is a dwarf type plant produces excellent yields of ¾" - 1"  bright red cherry tomatoes. - Perfect patio gardens.  Grows well in pots, containers, and window sill gardens. - Gets 12 inches tall and does not require ANY staking! - Continues to grow for an extended period of time. - Very easy to grow- Excellent for culinary creations.- Perfect for small gardens. Day to Maturity | 45 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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    Tomato - Sub Arctic Plenty (Early) [DETERMINATE]

    Tomato, Sub Arctic Plenty  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) One of the earliest maturing tomato varieties available.   Matures in only 45 days! Determinate compact variety. Fruits grow up to 2 ounces. Grows well under cool conditions. Appx. 45 days to maturity - matures very quickly! 12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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    Tomato - San Marzano, Red Plum [INDETERMINATE]

    The San Marzano is a very meaty red plum heirloom tomato variety. Typically used in many popular Italian dishes such as Bolognese, Marinara, Soups, Pizza Sauce, Bruschetta, and more! 3 1/2" bright red tomato. Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 85 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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    Tomato - Rutgers [INDETERMINATE]

      Rutgers Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Excellent yields of bright red, medium-small shaped fruits. - Popular for cooking, canning, and paste.- Vigorous vines. - Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 80 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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    Tomato - Roma [DETERMINATE]

      Roma Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO)  Excellent yields of bright red, medium-small, large shaped fruits. - Popular for cooking, canning, and paste.- Very popular variety. - Produces vigorous vines.- Determinate. Day to Maturity | 75-80 days 12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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    Tomato - Rio Grande [DETERMINATE]

    Rio Grande Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Large plant produces high yields of large size red tomatoes. An excellent variety for fresh market and processing. - Can tolerate hot days and cold nights. - Withstand extremes in temperature.- Determinate Day to Maturity | 75-80 days 12-Month Planting Calendar   Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ Eat it (Harvest) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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      Yellow Pear Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Yellow pear-shaped fruits.- Very popular. - Easy to grow. - Excellent for canning and sauce. - Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 75 days Additional Details Tomato consumption has been associated with decreased risk of breast cancer, head and neck cancers and might be strongly protective against neurodegenerative diseases. Tomatoes and tomato sauces and puree are said to help lower urinary tract symptoms (BPH) and may have anticancer properties. 12-Month Planting Calendar   Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ Eat it (Harvest) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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      Red Pear Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Pear-shaped fruits set in clusters. - Excellent for canning and making sauces. - Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 75 days 12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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    Yellow Oxheart Tomato  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) A beautiful tomato plant that produces medium-large yellowish orange tomatoes in the shape of a heart.  - Very meaty and full of flavor. - Very popular amongst gourmet chefs for their use in salads and sandwiches. - Indeterminate. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 90 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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    Tomato - Oxheart, Pink [INDETERMINATE]

    Pink Oxheart Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) A beautiful tomato plant that produces medium-large red/pink tomatoes in the shape of a heart.  - Very meaty and full of flavor. - Very popular amongst gourmet chefs for their use in salads and sandwiches. - Indeterminate. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 90 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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    Tomato - Oxheart, Orange [INDETERMINATE]

    A beautiful tomato plant that produces medium-large orange tomatoes in the shape of a heart.  - Very meaty and full of flavor. - Very popular amongst gourmet chefs for their use in salads and sandwiches. - Indeterminate. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 90 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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    Tomato - Mortgage Lifter [INDETERMINATE]

    Mortgage Lifter Tomato Seeds (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) These Mortgage Lifter tomato seeds will produce large beefsteak tomatoes up to 2 lbs! - Rich flavor.  - Turn to a dark deep pink color as they mature on the vine. - A heirloom variety from West Virginia. - Easy to grow. - Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 70 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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    Money Maker Tomato  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The money maker is a tomato plant that produces good yields of bright red tomatoes. - Heirloom variety from Bristol, England.- Grows up to 8 ounces. - It's one of the most reliable tomato plants you can grow.  - Indeterminate. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 85 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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    Tomato - Marion [INDETERMINATE]

    - Marion tomato is a Rutgers-type but better. - Very popular amongst gourmet chefs for their use in salads and sandwiches. - Indeterminate.- Crack resistant.  - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 75 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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    Marglobe Supreme Tomato  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Marglobe Supreme tomatoes is a very smooth crack-resistant variety. Easy to grow with large yields.  Perfect home gardeners or anyone looking to sell at farmer markets. Grows well in containers and tight spaces. Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 75 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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  • Tomato - Manitoba [DETERMINATE] Tomato - Manitoba [DETERMINATE] Open in new tab NOW only $0.99

    Tomato - Manitoba [DETERMINATE]

    Manitoba Tomato  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Bush type tomato plant that will produce beautiful delicious 6-8 ounce red heirloom tomatoes. - Determinate. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 90 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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    Tomato - Homestead [DETERMINATE]

      Homestead Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Extremely popular heirloom tomato variety. \ Appx. 80 days to  - Strong and sturdy vines with medium sized tomatoes that thrive it warm climates. - Great variety if you want to can them. - Determinate. - These tomatoes are full of flavor and a definite must if you like growing your own tomatoes. - Grows well in hotter climates.  Also wilt resistant. 12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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    Tomato - Green Grape [INDETERMINATE]

    Green Grape Tomato Seeds  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) These Green Grape tomato seeds will produce a plant full of 1 oz green cherry tomatoes. - Rare green heirloom cherry tomato variety.- The tomatoes will grow in a cluster of about six to eight.- These tomatoes are perfect if you want to try making green ketchup.- They're also great for so many other culinary creations. - Easy to grow. - Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 70 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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    Tomato - Gardener's Delight [INDETERMINATE]

    Gardener's Delight Tomato  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) A nice compact plant that produces tons of 1 1/2" red cherry tomatoes.- Heirloom tomato variety from Germany. - Grows well in containers and large pots. - Tomatoes grow in clusters of 6-12. - Very popular amongst gourmet chefs for use in salads. - Indeterminate. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 65 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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  • Tomato - Floradade [DETERMINATE] Tomato - Floradade [DETERMINATE] Open in new tab NOW only $0.99

    Tomato - Floradade [DETERMINATE]

    Floradade Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Floradade tomato can withstand temperatures exceeding 95F.  - Adapts really well to humid and dry areas. - Excellent variety that tastes great and produces a lot.- Determinate. - Unlike most tomato varieties which don't do well with night time temps above 75F.- The Floradade will produce heavy crops in 90-100F no problem! Day to Maturity | 85 days 12-Month Planting Calendar   Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ Eat it (Harvest) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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  • Tomato - Egg [INDETERMINATE] Tomato - Egg [INDETERMINATE] Open in new tab NOW only $1.99

    Tomato - Egg [INDETERMINATE]

    Tomato, Egg Lycopersicon esculentum. Plant produces good yields of egg shaped tomatoes. The tomatoes are the size and shape of an egg. A firm tomato that keeps well. Does well in poor growing conditions. Indeterminate.  Day to Maturity |  75 days 12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉    


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  • Tomato - Delicious [INDETERMINATE] Tomato - Delicious [INDETERMINATE] Open in new tab NOW only $0.99

    Tomato - Delicious [INDETERMINATE]

    Tomato, Delicious (a Guinness Record Holder) Plant produces gigantic red meaty tomatoes on average 2 - 3 lb. each. Was a World Record Holder with 7 lb 12 oz. fruit size. Perfect slicing variety. Absolutely delicious. Try growing a record size tomato in your garden. Indeterminate. Day to Maturity |  85 days 12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉    


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  • Tomato - Creole [INDETERMINATE] Tomato - Creole [INDETERMINATE] Open in new tab NOW only $0.99

    Tomato - Creole [INDETERMINATE]

    Creole Tomato Seeds (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Creole tomato is a smooth glossy medium red tomato. High quality tomato with excellent flavor. Tolerates the heat extremely well.  Grows well in hot regions. Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 70 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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  • Tomato - Cherry, Red (Small) [INDETERMINATE] Tomato - Cherry, Red (Small) [INDETERMINATE] Open in new tab NOW only $1.99

    Tomato - Cherry, Red (Small) [INDETERMINATE]

    Small Red Cherry Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Small Red Cherry tomato plant produces a lot of small red tomatoes on a tall plant. - Grows 1/2 small, sweet, and firm fruits. - Continues to grow for an extended period of time.- Cherry tomatoes have some of the most excellent flavor. - Very easy to grow.- Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 85 days   12-Month Planting Calendar   Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ Eat it (Harvest) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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    Tomato - Cherry, Red (Large) [INDETERMINATE]

    Large Red Cherry Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Small Red Cherry tomato plant produces a lot of small red tomatoes on a tall plant. - Grows 1 1/4" large, sweet, and firm fruits. - Continues to grow for an extended period of time.- Cherry tomatoes have some of the most excellent flavor. - Very easy to grow.- Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 85 days   12-Month Planting Calendar   Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ Eat it (Harvest) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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  • Tomato - Cherry, Black [INDETERMINATE] Tomato - Cherry, Black [INDETERMINATE] Open in new tab NOW only $1.99

    Tomato - Cherry, Black [INDETERMINATE]

    Black Cherry Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) This heirloom tomato variety produces high yields of black cherry tomatoes on a tall indeterminate plant. - Grows 1/2" small sweet, firm fruits. - Continues to grow for an extended period of time.- Cherry tomatoes have some of the most excellent flavor. - Very easy to grow- Excellent for culinary creations. Day to Maturity | 65 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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  • Tomato - Caribe [DETERMINATE] Tomato - Caribe [DETERMINATE] Open in new tab NOW only $0.99

    Tomato - Caribe [DETERMINATE]

    Caribe Tomato  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) These Caribe tomato seeds produce a beautiful compact tomato plant.- 8 oz red tomatoes. - Does well in dry and humid areas across the country. - Grows well in containers and tight spaces. - Determinate. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 85 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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  • Tomato - Calypso [INDETERMINATE] Tomato - Calypso [INDETERMINATE] Open in new tab NOW only $0.99

    Tomato - Calypso [INDETERMINATE]

    The Calypso tomato is a classic heirloom with great flavor.- 6-8 oz red tomatoes. - Grows very well in humid climates.  - Indeterminate.- Great variety for canning and freezing. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 85 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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  • Tomato - Brandywine, Yellow [INDETERMINATE] Tomato - Brandywine, Yellow [INDETERMINATE] Open in new tab NOW only $0.99

    Tomato - Brandywine, Yellow [INDETERMINATE]

    Brandywine, Yellow Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) A massive heirloom tomato of a beefsteak type. - Produces large (up to 12 ounce) yellow fruits. - Well known for its excellent & exotic flavor. - Soft texture, rough shoulders, and creamy smooth flesh. - Indeterminate. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 90 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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    Tomato - Brandywine, Pink [INDETERMINATE]

      Brandywine Pink Tomato  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) A massive heirloom tomato of a beefsteak type. - Produces large (up to 1 pound) pink fruits - Well known for its excellent, exotic flavor - Soft texture, rough shoulders, and creamy smooth flesh - Indeterminate - Easy to grow Day to Maturity | 90 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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    Tomato - Bradley [INDETERMINATE]

    The Bradley tomato is a classic heirloom with beautifully smooth skin.- 6-8 oz red tomatoes. - Indeterminate.- Great variety for canning and freezing. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 85 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.


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