Nebraska Wedding Tomato
Sold as a single plant in a 3.5x5 inch pot
Determinate - Will still need staking or a medium weight cage.
Garden Planting - Plant 18 to 24 inches apart in rows 36 inches apart.
Container Planting – One tomato per 20x20 inch pot or 5 gallon bucket
Round Medium sized orange tomato weighing 10 to 12oz each.
An old great Plains heirloom. An old favorite. Plants yield an abundant crop of globe-shaped deep-orange weighing up to 12 oz..fruits with good sweet/acid balance and lots of flavor. Reliable producer of stunning 4" round fruits with orange skin. Well-balanced flavor. Plants are typically under 36" tall, but benefit from staking. Called the "ultimate love apple" in Amy Goldman's colorful story in The Heirloom Tomato. Introduced to SSE in 1983 by member Dorothy Beiswenger. Given to her by Betty Englert, whose ancestors brought this variety to western Nebraska in the late 1800s and was often given to newlywed family members and friends.
Determinate. 85-90 days from transplant.