Supremo Hybrid Tomato Seeds

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Extra-large fruit, blocky and deep red

Days to Maturity: 68


Introducing the best saladette (Roma) tomato for any climate—hot, cold, or temperate. Supremo earns its name with every extra-large, blocky deep red fruit it sets. You're going to use it not only for sauces and canning, but as a go-to salad slicer.

Supremo is very heavy bearing, and the fruit ranges from large to extra-large size. It holds well on the plant too, so even though this is a determinate variety (setting its crop all at once instead of repeating all season), you can stagger your harvest a bit if you like.

But the flavor is the best part. Firm yet juicy, very uniform and smooth, and rich in vitamins, Supremo is a taste treat fresh from the vine, canned, frozen, or sauced. And the disease resistance of this compact, early to midseason plant is unbeatable: it demonstrates superior resistance to Fusarium wilt races 1-3, bacterial speck, root-knot, and verticillium wilt, as well as good resistance to spotted wilt.

Start seeds indoors 5 to 6 weeks before the last frost date. Take seedlings outdoors when danger of frost is past and night temperatures consistently remain above 55 degrees Fahrenheit. Let them acclimate for a day or two, then plant them about 2 to 2½ feet apart in the garden. Watch out for late spring frosts, protecting them with a row cover or Kozy Coat if freezing weather is forecast. You'll fall in love with over-the-top productive Supremo.


Skip Product Specs
Genus Lycopersicon
Species esculentum
Variety Supremo Hybrid
Tomato Fruit Set Determinate
Days to Maturity 68
Fruit Color Red
Habit Compact
Seeds Per Pack 10
Additional Characteristics Edible, Trellises
Foliage Color Dark Green
Harvest Season Early Summer, Late Summer, Mid Summer
Light Requirements Full Sun
Moisture Requirements Moist,  well-drained
Resistance Bacterial Leaf Spot, Disease Resistant, Heat Tolerant
Soil Tolerance Normal,  loamy
Uses Beds, Cuisine, Outdoor

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