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Glacier Tomato
Glacier Tomato
Glacier Tomato
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Glacier Certified Naturally Grown Seed
55 days, determinate — The potato leaf plants set beautiful, red, globe-shaped fruits that weigh from one to three ounces that are tasty and sweet. A very early variety.

Along with 'Siberia', Glacier is another extra early variety popularized by Ron Driskill, a horticulture teacher at the Jack James Secondary School in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, who founded The Siberia Seed Company.  Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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Hard Working Tomato
This variety almost always provides my first tomatoes of the season. The first year I grew it, I was surprised that it continued to produce through the hot, dog days when many varieties no longer set fruit. I've been planting at least one or two of these for years. The tomatoes are fairly small, but taste decent and the plants are always still loaded with tomatoes when we expect our first frost. Most of the still green tomatoes I pull at that time will gradually ripen inside and extend the season.
Reviewed by: Debra Leschke from Tulsa OK. on 3/15/2015
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