Tomato Seeds - Early Girl Hybrid


Non-GMO Early Girl Hybrid Tomato Seeds from True Leaf Market are a great choice for growers with a short season, as their 4- to 5-oz. red fruit matures about 60 days after transplanting. Early Girl tomatoes are also a favorite of home gardeners and fresh-market growers thanks to their flavor and disease resistance. The Early Girl tomato plant will produce delicious fruit throughout the frost-free growing season on its indeterminate vines. To get the healthiest plants and fruit, it's a good idea to support the Early Girl hybrid tomato plant with a trellis, stake, or tomato cage to keep the fruit off the ground and to encourage good airflow. These hybrid Early Girl tomato seeds come from Mountain Valley Seed Co., a small, independently operated seed company. V. 60 days to maturity.


Growing Early Girl Hybrid Tomato Vegetable Garden Seeds

Early Girl Hybrid Tomato Seed Growth Habits:

Early Girl hybrid tomato plants are one of the best known and beloved early season tomato cultivars, producing medium-size, globe to slightly flattened red fruit that starts to mature beginning 60 days after transplanting. The indeterminate vines of the Early Girl hybrid tomato variety will continue to produce fruit until the first frost.

Start the Early Girl hybrid tomato seeds 6 to 8 weeks before your last frost date and transplant them into the garden after the threat of frost has passed.

Like most tomatoes, Early Girl tomatoes will thrive in soil that's slightly acidic. The also love sunshine and evenly moist soil.

Various Uses for Early Girl Tomatoes:

A favorite variety for fresh eating, Early Girl hybrid tomatoes have a classic tomato flavor that makes them versatile when it comes to their use in the kitchen. Early Girl tomatoes are excellent slicers and salad toppers.

Early Girl Hybrid Tomato Benefits:

Red tomatoes, such as the Early Girl hybrid variety, are packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. They are a good source of vitamin A, vitamin B, and calcium. Plus, they have lycopene, an antioxidant that has been shown to be beneficial to the heart.

Additional Information:

While Early Girl hybrid tomato plants are resistant to some diseases, they should not be planted where other members of the nightshade family have recently been grown. Crop rotation plans can help reduce disease pressure among potato, pepper, tomato, and tobacco crops, as they are susceptible to similar diseases.

After harvesting ripe Early Girl tomatoes, store them at room temperature in a location that's out of direct sunlight. This is the best way to preserve their flavor, as refrigeration can make for a bland-tasting tomato.

Consistent watering is one of the most important tasks when growing tomatoes because it can help prevent blossom end rot as well as cracking.

Seeds Per Package:

  • 1 oz - Approximately 9,500 Seeds

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