We are growing tomato plants in our greenhouses for your summer enjoyment.
Please note, we recommend planting tomatoes outdoors, unprotected in Issaquah in mid to late May. They love heat. They do not do well with cool nights.
Our crop of 4″ pots will be displayed for sale around May 1st.
Our crop of one gallon plants will be displayed for sale around May 15th. (Updated)
Our crop of 2 gallon grafted tomatoes will be displayed for sale around May 15th.
Here are the varieties growing in our greenhouses today:
Squak Mt Tomatoes 2014
|Celebrity*||Large, glossy red fruit||70 days|
|Champion II **||Solid, meaty fruit||65 days|
|Early Girl**||Flavorful, early harvest, medium sized fruit||52-54 days|
|Roma Baby Red*||Italian, oval shaped fruit.Good for canning and cooking.||62 days|
|Red Grape **||Tasty grape tomatoes||60 days|
|Red Robin*||Petite plant (12” mat.) with clusters of bright red fruit.||55 days|
|Sun gold**||Very sweet, tropical tasting orange fruit.||57 days|
|Super Fantastic**||Large, bright red, meaty fruit||70 days|
|Sweet 100**||Clusters of small, sweet, cherry sized fruit||65 days|
*Determinate: one big crop, then the tomato is done fruiting
**Indeterminate: multiple crops. So many tomatoes you won’t know what to do with all of them.
Squak Mt Grafted Tomatoes 2014
|Beaverlodge*||An early producer. Has a rich, balanced flavor. Smooth, round 2” red fruits on a compact plant. Productive in Seattle’s maritime climate.||55 days|
|Indigo Ruby*||High in antioxidants , this plum shaped 1-2 oz fruit is deep indigo with red undersides. Sweet, dark red flesh.||80-90 days|
|Manitoba*||Bright, crimson 3-4” heirloom tomato. Fresh, tangy flavor. Developed in Canada to thrive in cool, short season areas. Excellent slicer and great for canning.||60-70 days|
|Sunsugar**||Abundant, sweet as candy orange cherry tomato. High in Vitamin A and natural sugars. A great way to bribe kids to eat tomatoes.||65-75 days|