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Heirloom Seed Product Details:
David’s Garden Seeds Tomato Slicing Marglobe 2288 (Red) 50 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds
Heirloom Seed Product Features:
Harvest in about 76 days
Seeds are Non-GMO and hand packed by David’s Garden Seeds in the United States
The Marglobe Tomato is one of the old time favorite of the home gardener and one of the best heirloom tomato on the market as it is humidity, disease, and crack resistant
The plant yields high volume of medium sized globe-shaped tomatoes
Germination rate about 80% and better
Slicing tomatoes are the sandwich favorite tomatoes in America and other parts of the world. Big and juicy, slicing tomatoes are perfect for sandwiches, burgers and many more meals!
The Best Picnic Tomato
Slicing tomatoes, also called salad tomatoes, have been a long time American favorite for picnic sandwiches and salads. What better way is there than to enjoy a garden fresh tomato on your sandwich while you’re out enjoying nature with your family!
A Classic Tomato Flavor
Slicing tomatoes go great in a freshly assembled salad, particularly, a salad you grew yourself! This tomato mixes particularly well with other garden fresh vegetables!
Fun For Everyone
This rewarding tomato will make a great addition to the family garden this spring and your family will love sharing these tomatoes during your summer picnic! Invite friends over to enjoy barbecue burgers and fresh garden slicing tomatoes.
A Classic Tomato Type
Mixes well with other vegetables
Goes great on sandwiches and in salads
The Ultimate Picnic Tomato
For some of the best and classic tomato flavors, grow heirloom slicing tomatoes. Heirloom tomato seeds are a variety of seed that have been around for 75 years or more. They have been passed down as each generation learns more about growing larger and more delicious fruits.
Have A Great Garden Year
Get your garden season started off right with these great fruits, then get your picnic season started off right with your freshly grown, juicy tomatoes!