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Arkansas Traveler Tomato
sku: 1-1203a  

A southern heirloom variety, the Arkansas Traveler produces large, bountiful crops even during the heat of summer.

Shipping start date : 02-21-2018
Shipping end date : 05-07-2018
Planting recommendation : Warm Season last frost date
Type of Plant : Heirloom or Open Pollinated
Color of Fruit : Rose colored
Size of Fruit : Medium to Large
Size of Mature Plant : 18-24 diameter spacing
Growing Type : Indeterminate
Reg. Price:  $6.45
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A southern heirloom variety, the Arkansas Traveler Tomato Plant (also known as Traveler) produces large, bountiful crops even during the heat of summer. Beautiful dark pink tomatoes are very flavorful and sweet. 6-8 oz. Indeterminate; Late season; 85 days.

Watch the video below for helpful tips on how to plant and care for your tomatoes

Growing in containers? Watch the video below on how to grow tomatoes in containers

Growing Tomatoes requires a few basic things for success:

  • ·        Planting after your last frost date in Spring
  • ·        Good Soil, with enough room for each plant to grow, weed free
  • ·        6+ hours of sunlight
  • ·        At least 1” of rain per week or supplemental watering to achieve the same amount.
  • ·        Organic Vegetable Fertilizer blended for Tomatoes, with calcium included, used as directed.
  • ·        Strong Supports for the plants to grow on.
  • ·        Proper pH level from 5.5-6.2
  • ·        Daytime temperatures from 70-85, Nighttime temperatures 55-71 degrees for flowers to form fruit
Read more on our Learn to Grow page
 Average Rating:  5 Star Rating
 based on 1 Customer Reviews  
   The Only Tomato You Need To Grow, October 11, 2016  By Terry 
Been growing heirlooms for a while and this is always my best one, produces a lot of tomatoes till frost.