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(Determinate/ 65-72 days) Baxter's Early Bush Cherry Tomatoes are heirlooms that produce heavy yields of sweet, crack-resistant, cherry tomatoes that average 1 ½ ounces and are perfect for snacking or salads. Kids love these ones! Get these before they sell out! Common Name - Tomato Botanical Name - Solanum Lycopersicum Heirloom Status (lineage established at least 50 years ago) - Heirloom Tomato Open-Pollinated Status - Open-Pollinated Organic Status - Organic Growth Habit - Determinate Days to Heirloom Tomatoes Varieties, Organic Tomatoes, Tomato Seeds Planting, Determinate Tomatoes, Cabbage Seeds, Hot Pepper Seeds, Cucumber Seeds, Perennial Vegetables, Starting Seeds Indoors
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Baxter's Early Bush Cherry | Tomato Seeds | Heirloom | Organic

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(Determinate/65-72 days)
Baxter's Early Bush Cherry is a rare heirloom tomato variety! Prolific plants produce heavy yields of sweet, crack-resistant, cherry tomatoes that average 1 1⁄2 ounces and are perfect for snacking or salads. This is one that the whole family will love, including the kids!
Common Name - Tomato
Botanical Name - Solanum Lycopersicum
Heirloom Status (lineage established at least 50 years ago) - Heirloom Tomato
Open-Pollinated Status - Open-Pollinated Tomato
Organic Status - Organic Tomato
Growth Habit - Determinate Tomato
Days to Maturity - 65-72 Days
Days to Germinate - 6-14 Days
Fruit Color - Red Tomatoes
Fruit Size - Small/ Cherry Tomato
Soil Depth - 1⁄4 Inch
Soil Temperature - 75-85 Degrees
Plant Spacing - 36-48 inches
Row Spacing - 4-5 Feet
Preferences - Full Sun, Moist Well Drained Soil
1/8 Oz = Approximately 930-1,250 Tomato Seeds
1/4 Oz = Approximately 1,875-2,500 Tomato Seeds
1/2 Oz = Approximately 3,750-5,000 Tomato Seeds
1 Oz = Approximately 7,500-10,000 Tomato Seeds
Planting Instructions - Start seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost date. Do not Plant out until 2 weeks after last frost. Tomato seeds require high soil temperatures for good germination rates. We highly recommend heat mats to ensure and speed up germination. Pot up to 3–4 inch pots when first true leaves develop (not cotyledon leaves). Harden off plants for 1-2 weeks in full sun before transplanting them outside (after last frost). Make sure to give tomato plants a lot of space for vigorous root and foliage growth.
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