Ferry-Morse Organic Beefsteak Tomato Seeds

by Ashley Cotter-Cairns
(Container Gardening For You)

A real gardener should be able to grow tomatoes (or at least try to) for them to understand what real gardening is all about.

Tomatoes are one of the most popular crops sold at the local market.

Since fresh tomatoes and commonly incorporated with different kinds of dishes, you can't help but be proud when you've successfully managed to grow and harvest your very own organic tomatoes.

These Ferry-Morse Organic Tomato Seeds contain a USDA organic variety that is guaranteed to grow healthy tomato seeds.

Seeds will produce extremely large-fruited beefsteak tomatoes with excellent vigor and high content of vitamins A and C.

You will get a 600 milligram seed packet to last for a couple of seasons depending on your area.

It is advised you plant the seeds 1/2 inch deep into the largest of your containers, with 2-foot row spacing and 2-foot plant spacing (which means they will have to be huge containers to host more than one plant). Your tomatoes will be ripe for picking after 80 days.

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Seeds are ready for planting: The tomato seeds are ready to be sown directly into the garden as soon as the soil is warm and prepared

Requires specific instructions: Tomatoes cannot tolerate frost so be sure to plant them when the weather is warm or transplant them outdoors in full sun when seedlings display 4-6 leaves. They also require an inch of water per week and should be supported by stakes or cages for easier harvest

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