Tomatoes for Alaska


”  Tumbler Hybrid works well in my greenhouse, I would like more suggestions on tomatoes for colder climates.  I live in Alaska. ~M.”

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Tumbler Hybrid

With Tumbler Hybrid being a 45 day tomato from transplant, there are no others that are in that same day range.  However, you may have luck with tomatoes that produce within 52 to 60 days.  If you are interested in going with something that takes a bit longer, I would recommend:

Heirloom: Sub-Arctic Plenty, Siberian, Manitoba, Silvery Fir Tree, Alaskan Fancy, Bloody Butcher, Oregon Spring, Stupice

Hybrids:  Bush Early Girl Hybrid VFFNT, Early Girl Hybrid VFF, Ultimate Opener Hybrid VF, Early Goliath Hybrid VFFNTASt

Cherry/Small Fruited:  Cabernet Hybrid VFF, Gold Nugget, Juliet Hybrid, Merlot Hybrid VFF, Orange Sunshine Hybrid VFF, Red Robin, Suncherry Extra Sweet Hybrid FT, Sungold Hybrid, Super Suncherry Hybrid, Sweet Million Hybrid FT, Tiny Tim

 

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