Skilled horticulturists hand-graft a tomato plant on top of a potato plant. Tomatoes and potatoes are in the same plant family, so they're naturally compatible. There is no genetic modification — grafting the two plants is an all-natural process. In a few months after planting, you'll start harvesting sweet cherry tomatoes, and continue all summer long. In fall, it will be time to dig the yellow-skinned potatoes from the soil. The potatoes have a buttery taste and smooth texture, making them ideal for mashing, boiling, baking or frying. Grows to a height of up to 7'.
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from Pittsfield MA
Comments about : Ketchup ’N’ Fries� Tomato Plant:
Plant arrived healthy and is thriving. Cannot wait to see harvest time!! What a great idea. Two plants in the space of one. Only regret is that I did not think of it!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Alpine, N.J.
Returned plant did not survive. I received reimbursement. Thank you.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Ketchup 'N' Fries Tomato Plant
from North Riverside, Il
Like the seed tapes your ketchup 'N' fries tomato plant is the first time I've purchased this plant. I planted it in my garden and so far it's growing more and more each day. I'm very anxious to see what the results will be at the end of the season and if it does well I will order another next year if it will be offered.
I will buy this plant again.
from Northern ILLINOIS
With the instructions included with the plant we planted the plant in deep pot and used a good grade of mulch around the plant. It is being watered every other day (if we do not get rain). Also, it has a tomato cage around it. It seems to be thriving very well. We would recommend this to anyone starting out (as a new gardener).
One star is too much
Thought this was such a novel idea when I ordered it. When I received it the tomato stem was broken off and shriveled up. Planted the plug anyway thinking maybe something, like the potato portion, would grow. Nothing. Very disappointed.
Jury is still out on this plant
from Belle, mo
Will have an opinion later in growing season
Too early to tell
By Amateur gardener
from Gila National Forest
Arrived healthy, planted in organic soil in potato grow bag. Still looking good, so gave five stars in anticipation.
from Eagle Rock, MO
I ordered 'TWO' plants on March 30 & received ONE DRIED UP plant on May 5. Trying to revive the 'one' dried up plant they sent. (Not at all what I expect from Garden Supply). I'll be calling for a refund.
Merchant response: We're sorry that you have been disappointed with this product. We guarantee our products 100% and are happy to stand behind that promise. We have reached out to you so we can make this right. We see that you were refunded for the plant that di not arrive, Please call our customer service department at (800) 876-5520, if you did not get results from your plant. We apologize for the inconvenience
from San Antonio, Tx
So far, so good. It was small when it arrived but it is growing!
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Not so sure about this......
from Raleigh, NC
Ordered in early March, arrived 4/28/17. Opened immediately as with all mail order plants and read the instructions. Growing medium was moist, not at all dried out. Directions say to "set the plant in a place where it will receive a half day of sunshine for the first 3-4 days, checking frequently and watering as often as necessary to keep the soil moist, sometimes twice daily." (In a peat wrap with nothing to hold in the moisture, it's very likely the twice daily will be necessary.) I'm curious as to whether or not others received their Ketchup n' Fries packaged this way. If so, did you remove the middle white stick before planting in the ground? Did your plant survive after the 3-4 days of TLC acclimation?
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Graft above soil line
What's up with the white stick? Remove? Leave in?
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