This compact hybrid tomato variety has thick, sturdy, upright stems that support a heavy yield of flavorful, medium- to large-sized tomatoes. A determinate variety, it grows just 18" to 24" tall, making it perfect for growing in a pot on your patio or deck. This early-maturing variety begins producing in about eight weeks. This premium seedling is approx. 7" high in a 2" pot on delivery.
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By Container gardener
Comments about : Bush 506 Tomato Plant:
Hoping to see some growth of plant soon!
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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The worst ever
By lucky fil
Only time will tell...
from Boston, MA
When the plant arrived it looked healthy, but was smaller than I expected. the top of the plant was curved downward. With some water and sun on a windowsill, the plant straightened up and is growing. It is outside during the day now and getting taller.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Best tomato plant yet -- cannot wait for the fruit!
from North Texas
I have never had any luck with tomatoes in the past but this year I seem to have a winner.
Bushy, healthy, Good plant
from Vero Beach, FL
It came packaged very healthy, put in small planter, had to transplant 2 weeks later into my raised bed. Very plentiful tomatoes for one plant. Does very well in the early spring in Florida. Does well in a raised bed. Will buy more in next growing season.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Home Grown Tomato Leaves/ Summer of 2015
By Grandma K
from Lee's Summit, Missouri
Sorry to say that my plant arrived in fine shape, but yielded only 3 1" tomatoes all season long. I planted it in the special tomato canvas bag environment with the plastic supports all in black. It grew over 5' tall and looked pretty as a bush in a bag on my deck, however I'm on Social Security and bought all the stuff (about $100.00) to save on our grocery bill with no yield. I feel very foolish and am wondering whether or not to get a plant locally or just buy tomatoes at Sprout's this year!
Merchant response: We are so sorry to hear about this reviewer's experience! Unfortunately, we were unable to find the original order with the information that was provided. We stand behind our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee on every product, so a quick call to our friendly customer service staff at 1-800-876-5520 will get this issue resolved right away!
Growing like a champ!
By Bee Balm
from Richmond, VA
This strong, vibrant tomato plant is growing fast in my raised bed. I am using a tomato support from Gardener's Supply and the plant is growing right into the support nicely.
I would not buy this product again.
from Plainville, CT
Plants arrived poorly packaged. One was dead on arrival & the other was twisted & very small. I would not buy again.
Lookin' Ggod so far
from Belmont, CA
I've had my two tomato plants for almost a month and they are looking great! Arrived very carefully packaged.
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Looking good early on...
By Jersey South
from Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
Having just moved to Florida from New Jersey, we were afraid we would miss our "jersey tomatoes" this season, so we ordered this set-up from you. So far, all is working well - the trolley, planting container, trellis and plants are all looking good. Now we're just waiting for the crop to come in!
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