heirlooms, first time
I reside about 30 miles east of Seattle at 450'above sea level. I raise about 6 tomatoe plants in my garden along with strawberries, onions, carrots, & raspberries. I have never raised a heirloom tomatoe other than Sweet 100's(If that is one).
My hybrids & 100's do very well, but I want to get away from the Early Girl. It is Ok compared to tomatoes purchased from the super market, but the hybrids are so much tastier! Perhaps some Heirlooms would strut their stuff in this area?