In this post I am sharing 2 perfect for raised bed tomato plants. I grew these as starter plants in the last growing season and absolutely enjoy them. In fact, one of the plants I grow from seed this spring for 2023.
3 Perfect For Raised Bed Tomato Plants
First I want to note that these plants are not the ones I grew from seed this season. Over the years the selection for unique starter plants at garden centers has been amazing so be sure to check out what you can find locally if you are too late in the season to start seeds. Quite often it is hit or miss when finding just the right size plant for a container or raised bed. These 3 grow with no pruning until it was time to harvest.
Darkstar Tomato is an early variety and makes amazing sauces. I personally make pasta sauce with this variety.
Blushingstar reminds me of a pink brandywine only with a perfect plant all season into winter plant. Large harvest with juicy bold harvest all the way into late Autumn.
Sun Dipper Tomato plants were fun to grow but I must say one plant is plenty for the neighborhood. There were so many juicy and flavorful tomatoes from early summer until late autumn.
Why Are These Tomato Plants PERFECT
All three of these tomato plants look amazing all season long not to mention after harvest in early summer. Beyond the harvest the plants put on new growth and flowers. Unfortunately, I am in zone 5b so the season frost came before a November tomato harvest could occur.
After a month of summer conditions the Blushing and Darkstar made for great canning. The Sun Dipper variety taste amazing from late spring until early frost with HUGE harvest.
More Tomato Growing Posts
Tomato plants are one of my favorite things to grow because they are easy and rewarding. In fact, on my website you will find my recipes and videos featuring the varieties I grow.
In this post I reveal the mystery tomato growing in my raised bed garden. This variety is an amber color grown organic. video and growing details here.
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