Help me pick tomatoes for next year!
So I have a 4x8' raised bed that I've designated for tomatoes interplanted with peppers. Last year was my first go-round with a hoop house (just PVC with plastic sheeting) and it was a wild success. Well, at least for me! I didn't get started as soon as I wanted, but I still had SOME non-cherry tomatoes that were ripe prior to frost, and I had a TON of great green tomatoes for frying. My plan this year (for a more orderly bed) is to use the 6' tall trellis on one of the 4' ends that I can string up however I want (using eye hooks) so I plan to plant 2 varieties of indeterminate tomatoes(1 of 1 variety and 2 of another) along the 4' span and twist them along vertical cord. I want to plant the rest of the bed with short-season determinate varieties. I've included a link to an old blog post from when I built them for a better understanding of the trellis system. All-out full sun all day long, no shade, no mercy.
The seed packets that I have (and would like to choose from for the trellis portion as all are indeterminate) are:
Cherokee Purple (75 days)
Green Zebra (75 days)
Persimmon (80 days)
I'm leaning towards the zebras and persimmons.
What are your suggestions for a few nice varieties of determinate short-season tomatoes? I'd prefer heirloom if possible.
Here is a link that might be useful: My raised beds