Discover our Fastest Growing Tomatoes so you can get to eating those juicy gems from your garden earlier this summer! Whether you're planting late, or live in a short season climate with late spring frosts and early fall frosts, growing short season tomatoes that harvest in under 75 days can really make a difference!
All of these short season tomatoes have the least amount of days to harvest so if you're looking for more tomatoes sooner, these are the ones to grow! We list the days to harvest on all our seeds, check out our entire collection of tomato seeds to find more tomato varieties.
Here are a few of our favorite fast growing tomatoes for short seasons:
Whether you are starting late or you have a short season, to speed up your tomato harvest, grow shorter season tomatoes such as the Glacier Tomato, above, which is ready to harvest in 56-63 days!
Or try our Isis Candy Tomato is also a heirloom that is ready to harvest in 67 days. These are sweet and delicious to eat right in the garden!
The early-to-harvest fast growing Berkeley Tie-Dye Tomato is an Open-pollinated heirloom that is ready in just 65-75 days making this larger tomato a faster alternative to beefsteaks that still has great heirloom flavor.
The Black Prince Tomato is another open-pollinated heirloom fast-growing tomato. It's juicy with amazing rich, fruity flavor and packed with nutrition! Great for patio gardens and container gardens! This quick-growing tomato is regarded as a true northern variety and has excellent growing qualities suited for cooler climates.
Mexico Midget Heirloom Tomato Seeds
This fast-growing south of the border favorite features tiny red cherry type fruits have big heirloom flavor and are sure to surprise your taste buds. The plant gets overloaded with trusses of 1/2" fruit that weigh it down. These are fun to pick and eat as your gardening! Kids love them, too.
Jet Star F1 Tomato Seeds
One of the most popular tomatoes at farmers' markets because it is so easy to grow, has a sweet flavor, and is uniformly red. Its yields are strong throughout the season. In addition, these tomatoes are versatile and produce in a wide variety of climates. They are both heat-tolerant and can tolerate colder climates.
One of our fastest-growing tomatoes, the hybrid Bush Early Girl Tomato is one of the earliest tomatoes harvesting in just 59 days! The space-saving plants are compact and reliably produce good early yields. Very popular with home gardeners because they're extra-early and dependable.
For Faster Harvests, Start Tomato Seeds Indoors!
For most of us with shorter growing seasons, it's good to start tomato seeds indoors early in March/April to get them growing before transplanting outdoors. Transplant them into larger pots as they grow, burying them deeper when transplanting so they develop a nice deep root system.
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