42 Day Tomato

42 Day Tomato

Plant Attributes

Container Friendly
Days to Maturity: 42
Full Sun
Approximate Seed Count: 25

42 Day Tomato

Regular price $2.00

Determinate - 42-Days” is one of the world’s earliest tomatoes – and it also has excellent flavor. Small 1 oz. fruits are bright red and have very few seeds. While most early tomatoes originate from cooler climates, “42-Days” is believed to have come from Mexico. So it is rather unique as it does well in both cool and warm climates. An excellent choice for pots.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Anisa Manjothi

Wow these tomatoes were the first to ripen and are delicious ! Just ordered more of these seeds!

Ruth Jacobson
A picture is worth a thousand words.

This is just one 42 Day tomato plant. Love your seeds!

Katharine Kreiman
Early and Productive

I started the 42 Day Tomato seeds indoors, under grow lights 9 weeks before our last estimated frost date, up-potted twice, transplanted them outdoors mid May, and here on June 23, 2024 we have 2 lbs of nice campari-sized tomatoes from 5 plants, ready for bruschetta! Germination rate was good and the transplants looked hearty. There are still loads of tomatoes left on the plants to ripen. There were lots of flowers as well, but the recent string of 90-95+ degree days here in Chicago (somewhat unusual for mid June) decimated most of the flowers. I have since put a shade cloth over top when it gets that hot, so we will see if the plants flower much more, as they are determinate. I do grow other varieties, so I'll have more tomatoes later in the season, but I'm thinking that next year I might succession sow the 42 Day Tomato seeds. Also, this variety is definitely appropriate to grow in large pots as it doesn't get very large, which is quite something considering the amount of tomatoes it produces!

James Edwards

Awesome as always, thx Luke and migardener family.

Denise Davis
Prolific tomato

Will definitely grow this one again.

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