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91.7% would recommend this item to a friend.
0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Very Productive
What are the cons? None
The Tommy Toe was great. Very easy to start, a real survivor even in harsh conditions. It produced a sufficient amount of fruit and tasted good. Took up little garden space to be a productive as it was. Will definitely plant again.
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What are the pros? Taste and size
What are the cons? Non
This tomato plant is a great producer. Beautiful color, and awesome taste. Will definitely plant in my garden next year!!!
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Sweet taste, many tomatoes
What are the cons? im impatient
Wonderful tomatoes! excellent
9 out of 9 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? fast, easy, TONS of tomatoes
What are the cons? none
I threw a few of these in the garden hills in late MAY in Michigan, direct seed, and fast forward to August they've just about eaten the garden. Fast, super healthy growth, very low maintenance (no pesticides, I just picked off the hornworms a few times a week), and I got about 60 quarts off five plants, could easily have gotten more but I got lazy about staking and wasn't religious about the harvest. Pretty much no splitting unless we got an extremely wet week. I plan to get these again and again.
14 out of 14 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Pest resistant, prolific
These are incredible little growers. I started these indoors in February, set them out towards the end of March, and they have never stopped since. I single stemmed them for a while cutting off suckers as they grew, and then topped them off and let the suckers grow once the plants reached 7 feet tall. Tomatoes are a bit bigger than I would consider a cherry, and are great for slicing in salads or fresh eating snacks. I am going to try saving some in the freezer and trying my hand at canning them, because there are more than we can keep up with. These have by far been the best producing tomato for us this year. They have weather the heat, humidity and torrential downpours we have had this season. No pest problems, and as long as you keep up with cutting off the diseased bottom leads and spraying with an anti-fungal spray, they have no issues at all. Not my very favorite tasting tomato, but better than anything you would by in a store.