TomatoVarieties for roadstand sales.
I'm considering selling tomatoes at a stand outside my house next season. Given that I am approaching my mid eighties, that kind of futuristic planning makes me an optimist.
I have been growing mostly heirlooms for 40 years and know how they are bumpy, split, cat faced, and delicious and yet don't sell too well around here.
I am looking for recommendations for two or three hybrid varieties that produce blemish free fruit, give good yields, and taste pretty good. I will also continue to grow a few of my old favorites, but need to go a bit commercial.