Early Girl Tomato Seeds - Hybrid

Early Girl Tomato Seeds - Hybrid

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The first to bear, and often the last to finish
SKU 05329-PK-P1
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Seeds Per Pack
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Key Characteristics
Days To Maturity

57

Sun / Shade

Full Sun

Tomato Fruit Set

Indeterminate

Description / Early Girl Tomato Seeds - Hybrid

Days to Maturity: 57 from transplant

Indeterminate

The Early Girl Tomato is the epitome of reliability and taste, boasting a longstanding reputation as the premier choice for gardeners in search of a delectable slicing tomato. Renowned for its prompt maturity, the Early Girl is aptly named, delivering ripe, red-skinned fruits in just under two months from planting. Yet, its virtues extend well beyond its earliness; this tomato variety is often the last to cease production at season's end, ensuring a plentiful harvest of meaty, aromatic, and exceptionally flavorful tomatoes.

Weighing between 4 to 6 ounces, Early Girl Tomatoes are unrivaled in their category, combining tangy juice with an old-fashioned tomato tang reminiscent of heirloom varieties. Their rich flavor profile makes them superior to many modern counterparts, providing a scrumptious and nutritious addition to any meal.

The vigorous indeterminate Early Girl Tomato plants are notable for their heavy-bearing nature and resilience against common diseases such as verticillium wilt and Fusarium wilt races 1 and 2. To accommodate their bountiful yield and encourage continuous growth throughout the summer, it's essential to provide support through staking or caging.

For optimal Early Girl Tomato care, begin by starting seeds indoors approximately 5 to 6 weeks before the last frost date. Transition your plants outdoors when the threat of frost has passed and night temperatures remain above 55 degrees Fahrenheit. Plant them 2 to 2½ feet apart in soil kept moist to foster robust growth and an early start. Protect your seedlings in the event of an unexpected late frost to guarantee their progression into thriving tomato plants.

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Product Details

Genus Lycopersicon
Species esculentum
Variety Early Girl Hybrid
Product Classification Seeds, Vegetables
Tomato Fruit Set Indeterminate
Sun / Shade Full Sun
Habit Vining
Days To Maturity 57.00
Resistance Verticillium Wilt
Characteristics Edible, Trellises
Uses Beds, Cuisine, Outdoor

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Customer Reviews

Rating
Initial Planting 2022
Review by Container Farmer
I purchased Park Early Girl and Brandywine tomato seeds. Both sprang out of the seed starting mix in less than 7 days and almost all of them germinated. Currently, they are 12 days old at 2" and starting to get their real leaves. If they keep going like this I will have a red Early Girl tomato by 7/4 and a Brandywine before August. Very pleased so far. Last years Park Brandywines were huge and delicious. I know Early Girls will be more average but 7/4 is my only the goal.
Rating
Great early variety tomato
Review by Edward F Terczak
Great flavor and good producer. Fairly resistant to diseases. I planted this variety for my Fall garden and now have them in my Spring garden. The spring garden will be producing in about 1 month. Parks are the best vendor and stand behind their product.
Rating
Most dependable tomato
Review by Old Unc
I (and my father before me) have grown tomatoes in this area for many years; Early Girl has been the clear winner among any number of varieties we've grown here. There's a long growing season here- in mid February my new seedlings are already living outdoors, and I was harvesting until Christmas. These tomatoes perform admirably all season long, and make it through some very hot summer weather as well as any. Like any tomato, the flavor has more to do with culture and harvesting practices than genetics, and these are generally excellent.
Rating
Early Girl not early, medium flavor
Review by Cathy Messinger
I started Early Girl from seed this winter. It ripened at the same time as Whopper. The flavor is 3.5 on a 5-point scale. It is prolific, puts out a lot of tomatoes.
Rating
Best Of The Medium Sizes Tomatoes
Review by Bill Oliver
I have grown Early Girl tomatoes many times and the consistently-good results are always there. This year one of my Early Girl plants had 82 tomatoes on it with new, smaller ones still developing. OMG!! was my first reaction to this bountiful variety after making the tally. Great variety for those who are looking for production as well as quality.
Rating
Early Girl Blossem end rot
Review by Aardvark
I love this seed. To overcome blossem end rot you must assure there is calcium added to the soil thru the fertilizer... problem solved! Produces in abundance. I had 30 plants produce 600+ pound of beautiful fruit!
Rating
Early Girl Tomato
Review by
Very good taste overall, but was susceptible to blossom end rot. It was worth the extra work though, and is something that I will grow again next year.

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