We have fall tomatoes! Fresh, home grown, juicy tomatoes don’t have to end just because we are looking at the end of summer. Enjoy tomatoes this fall by planting these cold tolerant varieties now. They are sure to be a great addition to your fall vegetable garden.
A Ukrainian heirloom variety named after the famous Russian cosmonaut. After retiring, Igor Maslov trialed more than 300 tomato varieties believing that ‘Cosmonaut Volkov’ was the best. Organically grown plants produce round, slightly flattened tomatoes with a sweet, rich, full flavor. Matures in 68 days. Plant now to harvest before frost and they
tolerate temperatures as low as 40 degrees.
A high quality heirloom that rivals hybrids. Excellent producer of 4-6 oz red tomatoes in just 60 days. Produces globe shaped fruits in a deep red color and luscious, rich flavor. Great for cooking or eating fresh. Highly resistant to cracking. Like all Russians, Moskovich can stand up to cool conditions. Plants are organically grown.