Candyland Red Hybrid Tomato Seeds

Candyland Red Hybrid Tomato Seeds

Award-winning performance and flavor

Item # 52696-PK-P1
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Genus Lycopersicon
Species esculentum
Variety Candyland Red Hybrid
Item Form (P) Pkt of 30 seeds
Tomato Fruit Set Indeterminate
Days to Maturity 55
Fruit Color Red
Habit Vining
Seeds Per Pack 30
Plant Width 3 ft - 4 ft
Additional Characteristics Award Winner, Edible, Season Extenders
Harvest Season Late Summer, Mid Summer, Early Summer
Light Requirements Full Sun
Moisture Requirements Moist,  well-drained
Resistance Disease Resistant, Heat Tolerant, Pest Resistant, Humidity Tolerant
Soil Tolerance Normal,  loamy
Uses Beds, Cuisine, Outdoor, Vines and Climbers

Review Summary
(Based on 5 Reviews)

5 star rating
Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0


5 star rating
They grew!!!
karla barr from NY wrote on April 25, 2020

So ive never planted seeds before, but i was totally thinking, how many will really grow?! So i planted 3 together, my mother planted about 7 together... well... they ALL grew!! Now were not sure how to divide these, oops! I have a black thumb so im totally shocked and so happy! These were amazing little seeds!

5 star rating
Bursts of flavor!
Tanner H from KY wrote on March 12, 2019

These little guys pack a huge punch of flavor! They burst with flavor and juices when you bite into them, I recommend eating them by the handful fresh off the vine in the garden; don't blame me when you have none left to bring inside for later! These will always be in my garden - highly prolific, incredible flavor, no disease issues in Louisville Zone 6/7. I had no issues germinating the seeds last year and the same seed packet seeds germinated for me a year later - so I think the other reviewer must have had a bad packet or other issues with germinating. You will not regret growing these, and you will have enough to give away; my friends now want to grow their own this year because they are so good.

5 star rating
Unbelieveable yield and flavor.
Retired gardener, been gardening for over 40 years. from NY wrote on August 26, 2018

My Candyland plants are in access of 6’ tall. The yield is much more then listed above, more like 100’s per plant. The flavor is very sweet. I planted five plants in my tomato patch and we are overwhelmed with tiny current tomatoes. We even started mixing them in with the strained tomatoes for canning and surpringly, they are very thick, almost like a paste tomato. We will definitely grow again, but probably less plants. The only negative is that they are difficult to pick, especially at first, especially for older people. Highly recommend, our entire family lives them, the sweetness in incredible. I can provide pictures.

5 star rating
Tasty, resisted early blight
NC Mountain Cat from NC wrote on March 20, 2018

I really liked this tomato last year; germinated without problems, produced lots of small tomatoes with very good flavor. About halfway in size between Tidy Treats and Juliets.

5 star rating
Germination and vigor
Holly from CO wrote on March 23, 2017

I am only reviewing what I know so far. I am growing many varieties of tomatoes this year (Black Krim, Pineapple, Big Rainbow, Candyland, Maskotka, Roma, Giant Garden Paste, Green Zebra, Green Heirloom, Kellogg's, Park's Whopper, Brandywine, Sweet Million, Honey Delight, Sungold, Cherokee Purple, Big Brandy, Mater Sandwich, and Cream Sausage). I had to comment on these today though because they are the cutest little tomato plants ever. They look like little bonzai tomato plants. They are currently just over 1 inch high with 4 true leaves, symmetrical, deep green, and happy looking. My other seedlings that have 4 true leaves are in the 3-4 inch range. The seeds are TINY, the plants thus far are tiny, but really vigorous and I have had 100% germination. I will have to update later int he season to comment on performance and taste.

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