Super Sauce Tomato | Two Live Garden Plants | Non-GMO, Indeterminate, Roma
This is one of the largest Roma tomatoes out there! One fruit is big enough to fill a sauce jar and is extraordinarily delicious and are great on sandwiches, in salads, and definitely in pasta dishes. The fruits weigh in on average from 22- to 32-ounces each!. They are easy to grow, indeterminate, disease-free plants that will yield a summer long supply of tomatoes for your favorite sauces and marinaras with plenty to spare for sandwiches and salads.
- Two Large, Live plants – ready to grow, premium tomato plants, 4” to 8” tall plants, in 4” pots
- Non-GMO, No Neonicotinoids – so you can grow fresh produce that’s healthy for your family and pollinators.
- 10x Root Development – robust plants with healthy roots that handle transplanting better and grow stronger right from the start. Gets you to a faster, more productive harvest.
- Grown in the Midwest – all plants are grown in the USA and we manage the entire process from seed to your doorstep.
- Fast, Priority Shipping and Careful Packaging – your plants arrive quickly in our exclusive, eco-friendly, 100% recyclable box designed to protect your plants and the planet.
- Plant in any US Zone – works in containers; small spaces, balconies, patios or large gardens. Treat as a tender annual in Zones 9 and colder.
- Season long harvest – this indeterminate variety produces tomatoes until frost.
- Growing Requirements – requires full sun, average water and fertilization, benefits from caging or staking.
- Quick Start Planting Guide – created just for our customers, this copyrighted guide walks you through every gardening step from unboxing to planting.
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Type: Indeterminate, Roma
Light: Full sun
Water: Prefers consistently moist soil
Soil: Slightly acidic
Plant tomatoes in a sunny location with well-draining soil and space 18” to 24” apart. Avoid watering in the evening (a good idea with all garden plants!). The Super Sauce Tomato plant will reach a height of around four-feet and will require staking or caging to support the heavy fruits. Harvest should begin around 70 days after planting, continuing on until the late summer.