This time of year a lot of folks come into the nursery with questions about which type of tomatoes would be the best to plant in their gardens. Believe it or not, there are a lot of great tomato varieties that do very well in Utah—sometimes the choice is just a matter of personal preference.
The other day, someone asked about the best heirloom tomatoes for Utah. We suggested that either Moonglow or Brandywine would be great. Over the years I’ve experimenting with and found a couple that I really like.
One year I planted Early Girls and was eating tomatoes weeks before my neighbors. There’s nothing as good as a sliced tomato alongside your favorite BBQ steak (especially when everyone else is still going to the grocery store for them).
Stop by Western Gardens and we’d be happy to share with you our personal favorites and help you decide. When you stop by, mention the blog and take $5 off of any $20 purchase.
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