Parks Top Tomato Collection

Park's Top Tomato Collection

Delicious and high yields!


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$24.95
This item does not qualify for any additional discounts or promotions.
$24.95
This item does not qualify for any additional discounts or promotions.
$24.95
How to choose among the dozens and dozens of tomato varieties out there? When in doubt, always go for quality -- and that would mean the 3 varieties in this collection! For one low price, you get all the tomatoes (and more) a family would need for a huge harvest of the very best beefsteak, slicer, and cherry types!

This collection brings you the best and most exciting varieties for your tomato garden, so even if you've never started a tomato seed before in your life, you can soon be harvesting big, yummy fruits. If you are an experienced garden, welcome to the very finest in tomatoes for the home gardener. We stake our reputation on these varieties, and they have never let us down.

The original Whopper was an American classic, and its successor is simply the home gardener's dream tomato: greater disease resistance, higher yields, a longer season, and better taste!These big, juicy, crack-resistant tomatoes, 4 inches or more across, ripen uniformly (even when the weather is overcast!) and finish 5 days sooner than the old Whopper. Then they keep right on coming in huge quantities until frost -- none of your smaller, greener end-of-season fruits here!

Ultra-sweet, highly productive, disease resistant, and early to mature -- it's no exaggeration to say that Tomato Nectar has it all. This cherry type is a little powerhouse of fabulous flavor and over-the-top yields, just what gardeners like us are always looking for.

Park's Season Starter lets you begin Tomato harvesting just a bit sooner than others. The compact plant is very heavy-bearing, so expect a full harvest of delectable fruit. Resistant to cracking, they hold on the plant very well after ripening. If you like to put up tomatoes, this is a great choice, because you can harvest it all at once, and have masses of uniform, succulent, tangy tomatoes for canning.

Tomatoes need plenty of sunshine, water, and food. The four varieties in this collection are all indeterminate, which means that they will continue to grow and set new fruit all summer long. To do this, they need support. When you transplant the young plants in spring, set up a tomato cage around them, install a growing spiral, or give them some other form of vertical support, tying the heavy stems to the support as they begin to set fruit. You will have much heavier yields and healthier plants if you do this.Have a great season, and let us know which tomato turned out to be your favorite.