Spring is just around the corner. I've started planting in the propagation room. Have you bought your seeds yet? Plant orders are open. More varieties available in May.
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Oregon Spring Heirloom Tomatoes produce delicious, richly flavored 4" tomatoes that weigh 6 to 7 oz. apiece. The meaty flesh makes them ideal for slicing, cooking, and making soups, sauces, and ketchup. The compact, determinate growth habit of Oregon Spring tomato plants also makes them a good choice for growing in containers, small gardens, and raised beds. Oregon Spring tomatoes are a very early tomato variety that produce best in cool weather, but they will continue to set fruit during the heat of summer. Resistant to viruses. 58 days to maturity.
3.5" Pots. Grown according to Organic Standards.