This is the tomato you've been hearing about! Early, dependable, firm, juicy, small to medium size fruit. Northwest home gardeners have been raving about this early variety. 3 to 4 foot bush with unusual potato like foliage. Approximately 60 days from transplant.
Special Directions for Short Season Climates
SOWING: Start seeds indoors, in pots, trays or flats in a warm room with plenty of bright light. Water with warm water. Cover with 1/8 inch fine soil.
THINNING: Thin when plants are about 2 inches tall. Individuality pot or space 3 inches apart in flats.
TRANSPLANTING: Plant outdoors in May, when all danger of frost has passed.
SPACING: Leave 24 to 36 inches between plants.
GERMINATION: Approximately 1 to 2 weeks in the home. Keep soil moderately moist during germination.
Ed's Special Advice
Plant in full sun. If possible, against a south or west wall or fence where sun reflection will provide additional heat. Black plastic at base of plants or a tire placed on the soil will also help provide heat for earlier ripening. Fertilize monthly and water deeply when dry.
Organic Certification by Washington State Department of Agriculture