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Home > Spring 2015 > Vegetables & Fruits > Tomatoes > Early Picking Tomatoes > Tomato Manitoba

Tomato Manitoba

Tomato Manitoba

Summers are short in Canada, so Tomatoes need to ripen fast. This remarkably early slicer was developed specifically for cold northern climates. It bears heavy yields of 3-4" rich red fruit with a zesty flavor on determinate plants, 58-66 days from transplant. For more information on growing Tomatoes, please click on Growing Guide.

SHIPPING GUIDELINES FOR STARTS - Hardiness Zone 7-9 ships early to late April. Zone 2-6 ships early to mid-May to early June.

Please Note: These shipping guidelines are based on normal weather conditions within your zone. We begin shipping to the warmest zones first and then work our way to the colder zones. Due to weather, growth requirements, and product quality, we cannot ship your plants outside of these shipping guidelines.

We're sorry, but we cannot ship this item to the following state: GA.

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Tomato Manitoba


Shipped for Spring Planting

Item: S5242
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Quick Facts

Common Name: Tomato

Hardiness Zone:
 1-11 S / 1-11 W

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Height: 3-5'

Exposure: Full Sun

Spacing: 24-36"

Ships as: 3" Plastic Pot - 25.8 cu. in.

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