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Tomatoes are low fat, low calorie and no cholesterol veggies providing vitamins C, A and E.

Disease resistance identification codes
V - Verticillium Wilt
F - Fusarium Wilt (FF - Races 1 & 2; FFF - Races 1, 2, & 3)
N - Nematodes
T - Tobacco Mosaic Virus
A - Alternaria Stem Canker
St - Stemphylium Gray Leaf Spot
TSWV - Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus
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Peron Sprayless Tomato
3.25" pot $3.50
Celebrity Tomato
3.25" pot $3.50
Park's Whopper Tomato
3.25" pot $3.50
Red fruit on strong plants that have proven to take all sorts of abuse with little ill effect. Great for beginners and negligent gardeners. Fruits contain up to 2 1/2 times the ususal Vitamin C. (VFFNTASt) Medium-sized globe-shaped fruits are crack-resistant and average 7 oz. Semi-determinate. Multiple disease resistance and perfectly balanced flavor. (VFFNT) Earlier and tastier than the original Whopper with big, red 4" fruits that feature improved disease resistance and crack resistance and more uniform fruit size. Start harvesting in 65 days and keep picking until frost. Indeterminate vine.
Better Boy Tomato
3.25" pot $3.50
Bella Rosa Tomato
3.25" pot $3.50
Fletcher Tomato
3.25" pot $3.50
(VFNASt) One of the most popular hybrids with spectacular midseason tomatoes that are plump, juicy and deep red in color. Often weighing in at more than 1 lb, once they arrive they just keep on coming. Brilliant scarlet skin, juicy yet firm. Heavy foliage protects fruit from sunscald, and spreading vines produce in abundance. Excellent disease resistance. Indeterminate vines. (VFFAStTSWV) High yields of large, bright red tomatoes. Round, firm and highly flavorful with a good balance of acid and sugar. This heat tolerant variety which does well in hot humid areas and offers superior disease resistance! (VNTSWV) From Fletcher, NC, comes this compact plant with heavy yields of firm, bright red, tasty 10-12 ounce fruits in slightly variable shapes. Unbeatable disease resistance, particularly to Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus and Nematodes.
(VFFTSWV) This mid-season variety was developed for Southeast growing regions where heat-setting ability is a must. Deep red, beefsteak-type fruits are globe-shaped with slightly ribbed shoulders and good size, growing to 8 ounces or more each. Hearty flavor and dense flesh make Talladega a superior slicer. Consistently prolific.