New Yorker Tomato
Certified Organic Seed
An early producer, excellent for canning and processing.
New Yorkers don't have time to wait around. This cold-tolerant, early season tomato produces some of the first fruits in your garden. And, just like a new musical on Broadway, after a sensational start and well-attended short run, this tomato will cede the spotlight to the newer, brighter tomatoes ripening in the next block of your garden. Consider the New Yorker a tasty and versatile opening act.
This reliable early-crop tomato is terrific for salads, canning, sauces, and slicing. Produces tons of small, attractive, orangey-red fruit that come earlier than nearly any other variety.
|Art Pack (25 seeds)||$4.49||In Stock|
Determinate. Sow indoors 3-8 weeks before last frost, then transplant after frost into good garden soil. Pruning not necessary; harvest is condensed for about 3 or 4 weeks at the very beginning of tomato season. When few tomatoes remain, pull up plants and shelf-ripen the fruit.
|Days to Germination||3-10 days|
|Days to Maturity||63 days from transplant|
|Spacing in Row||24"|
|Spacing Between Rows||36"|
|Height at Maturity||60"|
|Sun Preference||Full Sun|
Artwork by Rachelle Cohen. Rachelle makes drawings, paintings, and collages about place using the language of maps. Here, she envisions verdant community gardens and urban farms all over the five boroughs overflowing with a bounty of tomatoes.