Enter a Product Name or the first four digits of the product SKU in the Product Name field.
Choose a Seed Weight or Count from the drop down and update the Quantity if needed.
Use “Remove” or “Add Another Item” to add or remove items from the list.
When your selections are complete, “Add all to Cart”, or to refine your list later, “Save Quick Order”.
Go to the Saved Quick Order tab to adjust sizes or quantities, or “unselect” items, before adding selections to your cart. Note that adding more items after saving will begin a new Saved Quick Order list.
Begin typing product name or enter first 4 digits of SKU #
Indeterminate plants, unlike determinate plants, are vining plants that grow and fruit at the same time and will continue to do so up until first frost. Rather than one big harvest, indeterminate tomatoes will produce fruit slowly and steadily over a longer period, so long as the weather stays warm enough to produce fruit. Most tomatoes are considered indeterminate including much of the heirloom and cherry tomato varieties. Indeterminate plants are often pruned and staked or trellised as some varieties can reach heights over 10 ft tall.