Updated at: 16-05-2023 - By: Craig Huey

The Big Boy hybrid tomato, which we developed and released to the public in 1949, was an instant success thanks to its high yield and attractive, perfectly formed, large red fruit. The wonderful aroma and rich flavor of the Big Boy tomato have made it a best-seller for decades. Many of the fruits exceed 1 lb. in weight and weigh in at 10 oz.

It’s time to ang xem:Tomato bred by Burpee that is the best of both worlds, the best boy and to a greater extent. Vine crops from indeterminate plants are available throughout the summer. Around 78 days after planting seeds, a bountiful harvest can be expected. It’s 100% organic and it’s been certified.

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AK, HI, APO/FPO, PR, Canada, Islands: Plants that bloom once a year, bulbs that bear fruit for several years, perennials that return year after year, bulbs that produce onions, potatoes, scallions, tea, and vegetables that produce both roots and leaves are all considered annuals.

AZ: Hops, grapevines, kiwis, and cilantro plants.

CA: Fruit and vegetable plants such as apples, blueberries, beach plums, cherries, dahlias, grapes, ornamental grass, lemongrass, peaches, pears, plums, geraniums, and rose wintergreen

CO: Peach, pear, plum, pluot, potato, peacotum, beach plum, nectaplum, ornamental grass

Delaware, Maine, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, and West Virginia: Plants for Growing Currants, Gooseberries, and Jostaberries

FL: Potatoes, Miscanthus

GA: You can grow blueberry plants, broccoli plants, chive plants, cabbage plants, eggplant plants, pepper plants, tomato plants, and wintergreen plants.

ID: Plants of the following families: Allium, Apple, Beach Plum, Chive, Cherry, Dahlia, Onion, Garlic, Grape, Hop, Leek, Peach, Pear, Plum, Potato, and Shallot Plants

MA: The Lysimachia, Gooseberry, and Jostaberry Plants

MI: Plants for Growing Blueberries, Currants, Gooseberries, and Jostaberries

MT: Potatoes

NV: Plants of the Dahlia Family, and Wintergreens

NY: Miscanthus Grass, and Grapes

OR: Flowers and plants such as the beach plum, butterfly bush, corylus, cherry, dahlia plants, grapes, hops, peach, plum, pluot, pacot, and sambucus

South Carolina, Tennessee, and WisconsinTéa bushes

TX: Floral plants such as dahlias and herbal remedies like tea

WA: Plants of the following families: Allium, Broccoli, Beach Plum, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Chive, Dahlia, Garlic, Grapes, Hops, Leek, Marigold, Onion, Potato, and Shallot