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‘Sweet Million’ Tomato Transplant

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Sweet Million cherry tomatoes are easy to grow and are adapted to many climates. Tall vigorous vines grow masses of gorgeous red cherry tomatoes on long trusses. This variety is the winner of the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Award of Garden Merit. Sweet Million matures early and deliver incredible yields of delicious sweet cherry tomatoes all season long. A terrific snacking tomato that’s impossible to resist!

 

This extremely vigorous plant needs support for climbing habit, pruning may be required for containment in smaller areas. Uniform fruits are 1″ (2.5 cm) on average ~1/2 oz. (10-15 grams). Resistant to Fusarium Wilt (Race 1), Tomato (Tobacco) Mosaic Virus.

 

RHS winner. Indeterminate. F1 Hybrid.

 

Certified Organic Transplants. 3″ potted & 5″ potted

 

  

 

 

 

 

Reserve yours now with a 50% deposit or purchase in FULL for pickup this spring!

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Plant Details

Latin: Solanum lycoprsicum

Breed Status: F1 Hybrid

Growth Habit: Indeterminate

Days to Maturity: 62 Days

Life Cycle: Annual

Flower Colour: Yellow

Fruit Colour: Red

Average Fruit Weight: 1/2oz

Foliage Colour: Green

Light Requirements: Full Sun

Soil Requirements: High organic matter and well draining. Consistent moisture necessary during fruit formation.

Attributes:

  • RHS Winner
  • Trellis
  • Greenhouse

Special Considerations: Prevent blossom end rot by providing abundant soil calcium and an even supply of soil moisture.

Pot Sizing: 5″ pot plants are at least 3 weeks more mature than 3″ potted plants. 5″ often are beginning to flower in May due to maturity rather than stress.

Tomato Grow Guide

SCIENTIFIC NAME: Solanum lycopersicum

DETERMINATE (Bush): Varieties do not need pruning and may be grown with or without support; fruit ripens within a concentrated time period.

INDETERMINATE (Climbing): Varieties should be staked, trellised, or caged, and pruned for best results; fruit ripens over an extended period.

TRANSPLANTING OUTDOORS: Transplant into medium-rich garden or field soil 12-24″ apart for determinate varieties, 24-36″ apart for indeterminate, un-staked varieties, and 14-20″ for staking. Plant 3-8″ inches deep, covering the root ball well and up to the cotyledons (first leaves). If using grafted plants, take care to ensure the graft union is not touching the soil. Water seedlings with a high-phosphate fertilizer solution. For the earliest crops, set plants out around the last frost date under floating row covers, which will protect from frost to about 28°F (-2°C). If possible, avoid setting out unprotected plants until night temperatures are over 45°F (7°C). Frost will cause severe damage.

FERTILIZER: Abundant soil phosphorus is important for early high yields. Too much nitrogen causes rampant growth and soft fruits susceptible to rot.

DISEASES: Learn the common tomato diseases in your area. Select resistant varieties. For prevention, use young, healthy transplants, avoid overhead irrigation, plow in tomato plant refuse in the fall, rotate crops, and do not handle tobacco or smoke before handling plants. Organic fungicides can reduce certain diseases when properly selected and applied.

BLOSSOM END ROT: Prevent blossom end rot by providing abundant soil calcium and an even supply of soil moisture.

INSECT PESTS: Use row covers to protect young seedlings from flea beetles. Tomato hornworms can be controlled with Bacillus thuringiensis, although not commonly found in the Kootenays. Organic insecticides may be required for potato beetle larvae and adult control. Growing healthy plants is the best way to manage pests!

HARVEST: Fully vine-ripen fruit when possible for best flavour. Mature green fruits may be picked in the fall and ripened indoors in a sunny location such as a windowsill.

STORAGE: Store firm, ripe fruit 7-16°C (45-60°F) for 4-7 days.

DAYS TO MATURITY: From transplants.

Organic Certification

ORGANIC CERTIFICATION:

This product is certified organic by PACS 16-786.

For more information please visit the PACS Client Directory.

Spring Plant Reservation Policy

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We make it easier to grow your best garden!
What sets us apart from most nurseries, aside from our production growing experience with our products, is that we help you plan well in advance of the growing season by offering to reserve your plants for pickup or delivery in the spring! As a part of our Spring Plant Reservation program, you have the option to purchase in full or place a deposit on your order and pay the balance at pickup. Our SPR program has helped hundreds of customers secure their gardening desires since 2013!

RESERVATION:

We require a 50% minimum deposit to reserve your order. Orders may also be paid in full to reserve. Any outstanding balance is due at pick up or before shipping or delivery.

Orders will be reserved once a deposit or full payment has been received. Deposits (50% of order value) cannot be refunded after March 31st

Payment can be made by cheque, gift card, email money transfer or credit card. Please follow the instructions on your invoice.

To make your experience even faster and easier at pickup we ask that orders be paid in full by April 22. For mail orders, the deadline for final payment is April 8. You will receive a friendly email reminder of your upcoming payment before these deadlines.

ORDERING:

We strongly recommend ordering before April to secure your order. Orders are dependent on available inventory. Some stock may have limited available quantities. We reserve the right to offer a substitution or refund if stock becomes unavailable. 

Some items are available to be purchased in bulk quantities. Please contact us for bulk orders.

Looking for something in particular that we don’t offer on the website? We are able to source different product sizes and cultivars for special orders.

DELIVERY & PICKUP:

DeliveryNEW 2020! Free Delivery on orders over $500, within 30 minutes from Krestova! Please contact us to arrange a delivery date.

Bare-root Perennials stock: Bare-root perennial stock will be available for pickup from the farm in Krestova in May. We will send an email confirming the available times for pickup closer to this date.

Bare-root Tree Fruit stock: Bare-root tree fruit stock will be available for pickup from the farm in Krestova in May. We will send an email confirming the available times for pickup closer to this date. We are unable to ship bare-root trees at this time.

Potted Nursery & Transplant Stock: All potted SPR orders under $500 must be picked up May from the farm in Krestova. Please click here to see the dates and times. We will send an email confirming the available times for pickup.

Centralized Delivery-Pickup: Now offering a drive-thru plant pickup to Nelson, Castlegar and Winlaw. $10 delivery fee. Dates TBA. Click here to learn more!

SHIPPING:

Some items may be available to ship via Canada Post. You will be able to select a shipping method at checkout if your order qualifies.

SPR shipments will be sent out according to our Shipping Policy.

For more information please read the full Spring Plant Reservation Policy.

Pickup & Delivery

PICKUP & DELIVERY:

Nursery & Transplant Stock: All potted SPR orders under $500 must be picked up in May from the farm in Krestova or scheduled for a centralized delivery location. Please click here to see the dates and times.

Centralized Delivery-Pickup: Now offering a drive-thru plant pickup to Nelson, Castlegar and Winlaw. Click here to learn more!

DeliveryNEW 2020! Free Delivery on orders over $500, within 30 minutes from Krestova! If your order qualifies, we will contact you with available delivery date options. 

For more information please read the Spring Plant Reservation Policy.

Shipping Policy

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This item is for pick-up only and does NOT qualify for shipping via Canada Post. View our SHIPPING POLICY to learn more.

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DescriptionSweet Million cherry tomatoes are easy to grow and are adapted to many climates. Tall vigorous vines grow masses of gorgeous red cherry tomatoes on long trusses. This variety is the winner of the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Award of Garden Merit. Sweet Million matures early and deliver incredible yields of delicious sweet cherry tomatoes all season long. A terrific snacking tomato that's impossible to resist!   This extremely vigorous plant needs support for climbing habit, pruning may be required for containment in smaller areas. Uniform fruits are 1" (2.5 cm) on average ~1/2 oz. (10-15 grams). Resistant to Fusarium Wilt (Race 1), Tomato (Tobacco) Mosaic Virus.  

RHS winner. Indeterminate. F1 Hybrid.

 

Certified Organic Transplants. 3" potted & 5" potted

             Reserve yours now with a 50% deposit or purchase in FULL for pickup this spring!

An unusual variety with full flavour. Famously rich flavour and texture make this a colourful favourite among heirloom enthusiasts. Medium-large, flattened globe, 8-12 oz. fruits. Colour is dusky pink with dark shoulders. Multilocular interior ranges from purple to brown to green. Relatively short vines. Thin skins are prone to cracking when stressed.

 

Indeterminate. Beefsteak. Heirloom.

 

Certified Organic Transplants. 3" potted

             Reserve yours now with a 50% deposit or purchase in FULL for pickup this spring!
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