We start selling tomato seedlings at our big fall Heirloom Tomato Seedling Sale happening on October 13th, 14th & 15th and we keep selling them every week through February. Despite being heat loving crops, tomato plants don't love the rain and humidity so its best to wait till fall to plant them. In the meantime, check out our inventory below to start planning your garden.
Our most popular varieties are Sungold cherry, Tidy Treats dwarf cherry, and our collection of humidity loving standard red slicers (like Kewalo, Anahu, Floradade, Homestead 24 & Tropic). If you are growing in containers or in a small space, consider choosing "determinate" types over "indeterminate". If you need more help figuring out your garden this fall, check out our selection of educational gardening workshops!
So you'd like to grow your own tomatoes?! Tomatoes are one of the most popular crops for home gardeners but they can also be quite challenging to grow, especially in our climate. We've compiled an introduction to growing tomatoes for you to check out before you go shopping for plants, because there are lots of varieties to choose from and each one has different pros and cons based on your experience level, amount of space, and taste. Read our "Introduction to Growing Tomatoes" guide.