Northern ExposureNorthern Exposure is a determinate tomato variety that performs very well in cool climates. They are generally ready to pick in about 67 days after transplanting outside which is great for shorter seasons. The compact size of this tomato plant makes them perfect for containers.
Sub ArcticWith a name like Sub Arctic you know this tomato does well in cooler, short climates. It is a determinate variety that produces four ounce tomatoes in about 42 days after transplanting. Ideal for short seasons in the north, or for a quick harvest in southern vegetable gardens.
LegendThe Legend tomato is another variety that produces well in cool climates and is resistant to late blight. It produces large fruit that can measure four to five inches in diameter and are a bright, glossy red color. This is one of the earliest maturing slicing tomatoes available.
NoviaThe Novia tomato variety is an indeterminate that produces seven to nine ounce fruit and is very disease resistant. They contain a high level of lycopene which is a beneficial antioxidant. These tomatoes perform well in cooler climates, but can also be grown as far south as zone 9.
Black PrinceThe Black Prince tomato variety comes from Siberia, so you know it is used to some cold weather and short seasons. This heirloom tomato features medium-sized fruit that are a deep red with green to purplish shoulders. They are loved for their rich, almost smoky tomato flavor and excellent hardiness in cold temperatures.
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