This bushy semi-determinate variety is almost guaranteed to ripen first in your garden. The saladette tomatoes are a pleasant glossy red and abundant in the early season, production tapers thereafter (but usually by then other tomatoes are in full swing). Well suited for container growing.
Certified organic by Quebec Vrai
+/- 40 Seeds
Seed tomatoes ¼” deep 4-8 weeks before last frost. Seed densely and transplant to cells or pots after seedlings develop true leaves. Transplant 18”-24” apart when days are warm and there is no longer any risk of frost (ideally avoiding night temperatures below 7 degrees Celsius). Tomatoes like a rich soil, amend with compost or manure as needed. When transplanting, be sure to cover the root ball and submerge the stalk all the way to the cotyledons – the submerged stalk will form adventitious roots. Water thoroughly when transplanting. Stake or trellis tomatoes, unless they are dwarf varieties.
Shipping and Order Fulfillment
We ship throughout Canada. You can select one of two flat rate shipping options at checkout: $5 for lettermail or $17 for expedited (with Canada Post).
Alternately, you can choose to pick up your order at the farm in Farrellton, QC.
We're trialing and breeding new varieties!
This is the most challenging and thrilling part of our work.
The trialing allows us to test varieties of a same species side by side and determine which one(s) taste and perform the best.
Breeding and variety maintenance means selecting for traits that are desirable such as flavor, texture, disease resitance, earliness and hardiness, just to mention a few.
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If you're not 100% satisfied with your purchase, let us know and we'll make it right!
But we'd also love to hear from you if you see something wicked cool in your garden or if you know of a variety in need of stewardship.