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Tempting Tomatoes Goodhearted Tomato

$21.99


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Estimated ship time for this plant is Mid to Late May.

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Tempting Tomatoes Goodhearted Tomatoes are an incredible choice for many reasons. It presents as a showy, decorative plant with its deep green foliage debuting with contrasting yellow flowers. The treat to follow is a beautiful show of vivaciously colored cherry sized tomatoes.This variety will win you over with the fruit shape resembling a heart. Sliced in half the heart shape becomes more vivid making any dish, snack or salad special! Although the fruit is smaller than many tomato varieties, it is a top producer of an extremely abundant harvest. The taste is a perfect blend of sweet and acidic giving it a perfect flavor straight from the vine!

The Tempting Tomatoes Goodhearted Tomato is disease resistant and very tolerant of heat and humidity. Being a perfect container plant makes it a great fit for small spaces such as apartments, decks and patios. When using a container, make it a minimum of 12 inches/3 gallon...although a 5 to 7 gallon is preferred. It’s versatility and good looks also grow beautifully in a landscape or array of hanging baskets. It is a determinate plant which means it will stay in a compact size...reaching a standard height at which growth will stop. This convenient size makes the need for stakes or cages unnecessary.

Tempting Tomatoes Goodhearted Tomato Care & Growing Information

Planting should take place in late spring as this plant thrives on warmth. Expect it to grow 12 to 18 inches high with a trail up to 12 inches and a spread of 12 to 24 inches. Spacing should be 18 to 24 inches. For a thriving plant, grow in rich soil. Tomatoes are heavy feeders, hungry for a fertilizer of 10-10-10. Before planting, mix the fertilizer well into the soil with a fork or similar garden tool.

Plant in full sun and water consistently, keeping the soil moist. Blooms will appear in late spring to early summer with a ripened crop at approximately 65 to 72 days and will continue to produce throughout the summer. Continue to fertilize every 4 to 6 weeks throughout the growing season. Remove any dead leaves to direct the plant's energy toward producing plump, juicy fruits. For a delicious, authentic taste of summer the Tempting Tomatoes Goodhearted Tomato is a perfect choice!

Plant Facts

Common Name: Tempting Tomatoes Goodhearted Tomato
Botanical Name: Lycopersicon esculentum
Plant Type: Tomato – Small Fruit
Edible Type: Vegetable
Fruit Size: 1 oz
Light Exposure: Full Sun (+6 hrs.)
Spacing: 18 - 24" (46 - 61cm)
Height: 12 - 18" (30 - 46cm)
Width: 12 - 18" (30 - 46cm)
Brand: PROVEN WINNERS® Annuals
Tomato Type: Small Fruit Tomato

 

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It is important to know that all of our plants are clearly labeled for which growing zones the plant can survive in. The plants are thoroughly trialed and tested in every growing zone before we state the plant can grow in a zone. Again, our #1 priority is to ship the plants to you healthy and ready to thrive in your location. So we will do everything in our power to do so.

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    Plant arrived...

    Posted by Customer on May 25th 2020

    The plant arrived broken. The top was completely broken off as was one of the other limbs. That being said, there were already some tomatoes setting on so I planted it and it seems to be doing okay. It’s just not very pretty.