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Giant Garden Paste F1 Hybrid

About Giant Garden Paste F1 Hybrid

‘Giant Garden Paste F1’ is a delightful newcomer that has the perfect balance of sugary sweetness and tangy acids. Indeterminate, regular leaf plants with VF resistance and heavy yield of gorgeous large, bright red fruits that have a unique ruffled shoulders and weigh 8 to 10 oz. Solid, meaty flesh has good gel content and is excellent for canning, sauces or eating fresh. Crack resistant. Late season, about 85-90 days to maturity.

Culinary Use
Paste / Sauce / Canner
Disease Resistance
Yes
Flavor Profile
Well-balanced
Flesh Color
Red
Fruit Color
Red
Fruit Shape
Plum/Pear/Piriform / Ribbed
Fruit Size
Large
Leaf Type
Regular
Maturity
Late
Plant Type
Indeterminate
Species
Solanum lycopersicum
Variety
Hybrid

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    Barry Montgomery

    Where can I buy these ?

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      Dorota Basiura

      Hi Barry, seeds are available at https://www.totallytomato.com/product/T00296/91

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    carl darling

    how ca I get the seeds or plant?

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      Dorota Basiura

      Hi Carl, seeds are available at https://www.totallytomato.com/product/T00296/91

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    Linda

    Where might I find seeds or plants for this tomato?

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      Dorota Basiura

      Hi Linda, seeds are available at https://www.totallytomato.com/product/T00296/91

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    Dave Hunter

    Hello,
    Does the Giant Garden Paste tomato have any disease resistance?

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      Dorota Basiura

      Hi Dave, yes, this variety have Fusarium and Verticillium Wilt resistance.

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    Pat Foster

    When is the best time to start the seeds for these in Central Florida, Zone 9b? I see from your website description that these are best planted in spring, but I assume that time frame is referring to northern gardens? Thank you for any info.

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      Dorota Basiura

      Hi Pat, you should start your seeds about 6-8 weeks before the day you plan to plant young plants out.

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    Ted

    Do these grow well in pots?

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      Dorota Basiura

      Hi Ted, they can be grown in big pots, but they are indeterminate, tall and very prolific plants. Therefore, they need very good support and regular fertilization.

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    Neil Harding

    Can we get the giant garden paste tomatoes in Australia, thank you

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      Dorota Basiura

      Hi Neil, unfortunately, we do not know of any supplier in Australia that offers this variety.

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