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Seeds Tempting Tomatoes™ 'Garden Treasure' (Lycopersicon)

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8 reviews

Seeds Tempting Tomatoes™ 'Garden Treasure' (Lycopersicon)

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Height34 - 48 In
Spread12 - 20 In
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Garden Treasure is an indeterminate, slicer type tomato that has a true heirloom taste, with modern disease resistance and a high yield of large fruit. It has a smooth, balanced flavor and is delicious in salads and sauces.

Grow in the landscape or in a 14" diameter pot or larger with a cage or staking. Consistent watering and regular fertilization will be key to keeping your plant in full production mode. Fertilize weekly with Proven Winners Water Soluble Plant Food.

  • 3-4' tall & 1-2' wide at maturity
  • Annual except in zones 10-11
  • Plant in full sun (6+ hours daily)

Use CODE: SEED3 for a discount on 3 packs. Use CODE: SEED6 to get a discount on 6 or more seeds packets.

Seed Starting: Sow seeds indoors 1/8" deep 5-6 weeks before your local frost-free date. Transplant outdoor after threat of frost 24-30" apart at 3-8" deep. Bury the lower part of the stem for support and cage them for best results. You can expect fruit within 70-75 days.


Average Last Frost Date

Start Seeds Indoors


May 1-16

March 27-April 11


April 24 – May 12

March 20- April 7


April 7-30

March 3-26


April 1-21

February 25-March 17


March 22 – April 3

February 15-27


March 13-28

February 6-21

Packet includes 15 seeds

Store seeds in a cool, dry area until ready for use.

Due to USPS shipping delays, it may take 2+ weeks for seeds to arrive.


    • Heat Tolerant


    • Height: 34 - 48 In
    • Spread: 12 - 20 In
    • Habit: Upright
    • Foliage Color: Green
    • Bloom Time: Planting To Hard Frost

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    Amelia S.
    United States United States

    Garden Treasure

    Only six of the 15 seeds sprouted.

    David H.

    Best all around tomato

    I have been growing these since they were released by the University of Florida. They consistently produce higher yield over a longer season than any other tomato I have grown. When I pull the plants out in the fall, they have about twice the mass of vegetation of the other tomatoes. Mine typically grow to 6-7 ft tall if i stake them. I have tested them against Better Boy and several blight and leaf spot resistant varieties and they held up as well or better than any of them. This has become my go to variety for main crop. i just add a couple of plants for early harvest. I don't need a late crop tomato since these produce till the end of the season.


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    Sheila T.
    United States United States


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