Everglades - This is probably the easiest tomato you will ever grow. This plant is indeterminate and will grow wild if you let it. The fruit on this plant are small, dime-sized tomatoes with a sweet and almost citrusy taste to them.
These plants are hydroponically rooted in Rockwool with PH balanced and nutrient-dense water.
When to Plant:
- North Florida: February & August
- Central Florida: February & August
- South Florida: August - February
Planting instructions: Upon arrival, remove pants from the box and baggies. Plant in well-draining soil in a shady spot. We recommend planting them in containers at first to get them acclimated to the soil.
We also highly recommend planting these plants deep in the soil, so that the leaves are just above the surface of the dirt. Tomato plants will root from their stem.
Do not place them directly into a sunny area, this will shock the plants and most likely lead to death. Be sure to water the plants well when first establishing.
After at about 1-2 weeks of establishment, you can move them to an area in your garden that gets more sun. Give each plant 36” of space between each other. Sow directly into the garden.
Days to Maturity: 85 days
They didn't make it
Followed the instructions. Gave some to my neighbor who is a professional gardener. None made it. We went to Home Depot and each bought a 6 pack of Beauregard and they're doing great. Probably best to buy local.