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4.5 in. Better Boy Tomato
  • Bonnie Plants
  • Model 0201
  • Internet #300718724
  • Store SO SKU #

4.5 in. Better Boy Tomato

$498 /each
Discontinued Model:

Model # 115

Internet #205110998

Bonnie Plants 4.5 in. Better Boy Tomato

Discontinued Bonnie Plants

4.5 in. Better Boy Tomato

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Product Overview

Our Bonnie Better Boy Tomato is a popular slicing tomato. High yields of smooth-skinned, large fruit earn Better Boy a spot as one of the most popular tomatoes grown in the U.S. It is widely adapted throughout the country. Grow it in a tall cage or tie to a stake for support. Plant arrives in a biodegradable pot with a well-established root system and hardened off for easy transplanting in the garden.

  • Classic tomato flavor in large, 16 oz. fruits
  • Plant spacing: 36 in. apart in conventional rows, 24 in. to 30 in. in intensive gardens, or 1 plant per 18 in. - 24 in. container
  • Resistant to verticillium wilt, fusarium wilt and nematodes
  • Ships in a 4 in. plant-able, biodegradable pot by jiffy

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Customer Questions & Answers

I have a Bonnie Better Boy Tomato plant on my patio. It has been growing very fast and even producing tomatoes.

Now I'm noticing the leaves are turning brown and yellow, and a couple of the new tomatoes have rotten spots on them. What is going on and what do I need to do?
Asked by: patti
Sounds like your tomato plant may have gotten blight. It may be too late now, but in the future spray your vegetable plants weekly with a light dose of Daconil or other fungicide disease spray. Follow the instructions on the label and stop spraying a couple weeks before harvest.
Answered by: Jim58
Date published: 2016-08-24

Do i leave the yellow flowers on the plant

Asked by: Darling
Yes! The flowers grow into tomatoes. DO NOT cut them off, you won't get any tomatoes!
Answered by: Josh
Date published: 2016-05-31

Desert sandy soil. I would like to keep these plants in pots.

I would like to put these plants in large clay flower pots. I have tomato planting soil and tomato plant food.
Asked by: Utica
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