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19 oz. Red Beefsteak Heirloom Tomato Plant (2-Pack)

Includes 2 units ($6.49 /unit)
$12.98 /package
  • Large, classic Red Beefsteak Heirloom Tomato Plants
  • Non-GMO annual tomato requires full sunlight; water twice a week
  • Grows upright in ground; Plant in Spring or Summer
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About This Product

Popular heirloom variety grown in the northeast and throughout the U.S. Beefsteak fruit prized for flavor and size, perfect for slicing and summer sandwiches. Produces large, meaty, red fruit over a long season, maturing late and providing a fresh harvest in late summer and fall. Resistant to fusarium wilt (F) and nematodes (N). Indeterminate, grow in a tall cage or tie to a stake for support. Maturity: 90-days after planting.

Highlights

  • Matures later than many other varieties, providing fresh harvest later in the season
  • Indeterminate, grows tall and produces throughout season
  • Disease resistant
  • Meaty tomato, great for sandwiches
  • Popular heirloom variety tomato
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Product Information

Internet # 311914011

Model # 202114

Additional Resources

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Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height

48 to 96

Planting Depth (in.)

6.5 in

Details

Additional Characteristics

Non-GMO

Annual / Perennial

Annual

Average Shipping Height (in.)

4 in

Best Time to Plant

Spring, Summer

Bloom Season

Fall, Summer

Blossom Color Family

Yellow

Botanical Name

LYCOPERSICON ESCULENTUM

Common Name

Tomato

Common Name Family

Tomato Plant

Container Size

4.5 Inches

Container Type

Container

Days to Harvest

90

Edible Type

Vegetable

Fragrance

Fragrant

Growth Habit

Upright

Hardiness Zone

10 (30 to 40 F)

Number of plants included (Pack-Size)

2

Organic

Non-Organic

Recommended Space Between Plantings (in.)

36

Returnable

90-Day

Sun Tolerance

Full Sun

Water Requirements

Twice a week

Wildlife Attracted

No Wildlife Attracted

Wildlife Deterred

No Wildlife Deterred

Questions & Answers

6Questions
caret
Q:What size do Red Beef stakes tomatoes get?
by|May 5, 2024
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A:  Please contact us via the email address provided with your shipment so that we can better assist.

by|May 13, 2024
    caret
    Q:How much do they weigh
    by|May 3, 2024
    1 Answer
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    A:  These Bonnie Plants 19 oz. Red Beefsteak Heirloom Tomato Plant are live plants.

    by|May 10, 2024
      caret
      Q:What size pot do these beefsteaks ultimately need?
      by|Apr 18, 2024
      1 Answer
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      A:  So that we can better assist you, please email us at support@bonnieplants.zendesk.com.

      by|Apr 18, 2024
        caret
        Q:What tomato plants are at Kapolie? Or do I need to go farther with my home tomato growing business?
        by|Apr 1, 2024
        1 Answer
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        A:  Hello, we do not ship plants to Hawaii.

        by|Apr 1, 2024
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          Customer Reviews

          3.1 out of 5

          • 3.1 out of 130 reviews
          • 44% recommend this product
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          They were broken when closed in the packing container. I contacted customer service and only got a partial discount. They soon died. Even though I put them under my grow lights in my sunroom. I just couldn’t bring them back.
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          Lovely tomato plants
          I recieved big healthy plants. Everything arrived safely and in excellent condition. They are now under grow lights and doing well.
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          Tomatoless and disappointed
          I first bought 8 plants and planted them in 5 gallon pots in Miracle Gro Vegetable potting soil and lost all of them. I thought ok I'll try again so I bought 4 plants and potted them the same but after 1 1/2 months still no tomatoes. They have blooms but the blooms fall off and nothing. Really disappointed that I wasted my Social Security money on plants that produced nothing in return. The leaves look nothing like they do in the picture either. Sad little plants.
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          Response from Bonnie Product ExpertJun 9, 2022
          We are sorry to hear about your experience, please contact your local store for additional assistance. bonnieplants
            I'll buy more next year
            Great plants look fine healthy
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            4 tomato plants, 2 Big Boy hybrid, 2 Red Beefsteak
            My highlyanticipated arrival of 4 tomato plants is leaving me in tears! Both sets are dying! I ordered/paid $9.98 per set of 2, Red Beefsteak and Big Boy. Why Home Depot, why!? You used to be the top shelf “go-to” number one place to shop for all my needs. I understand the current situation and the effects of this horrific virus but please, from now on take extra care of the plants that are suffering also? Stop passing out damaged goods. I’m elderly/disabled and on a strict budget, I’m not able to replace these 4 plants. My tiny garden helps feed myself and my family during the summer months. Thank you for your time APB
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            Response from Bonnie Product ExpertJun 17, 2021
            We are sorry to hear about your experience and apologize for any disappointment and inconvenience this has caused. Please contact your local store for additional assistance with your order. bonnieplants
              • Recommended
              good size and good yield
              This is one of four Bonnie tomato plant varieties I started with this year, planting them in late February here in Tampa. I used soil enriched with cow compost, and mulched well. I also added organic fertilizer and sprayed with blossom end rot (calcium). So far three of four bushes are being very generous, this one having among the biggest tomatoes. I did get some cuts, which I understand happens when there is a sudden infusion of water. I used soaker hoses but February, March and April tend to be our drought months, and then weeks of rain rain rain. The fruit is still good and this vine like two others are grown way over the cage and extended outward. I have had to tie up the branches. And still producing blooms, a record because in these months here in Florida tomato plants start to get blight. I would recommend this to a friend.
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                Yes, we have NO tomatoes!
                Planted mid-Marcy, and as of today - 100+ days later, 6' tall, plenty of flowers, but not a single tomato on either plant. Very disappointed.
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                  smaller fruit size than what's described
                  I bought this plant back in April and it is producing small size fruits. I used miracle gro all purpose plant food then Epsom salt and vigoro tomato food plus calcium to fight blossom rot and improve plant growth but no sign of improvement yet. I don't think I will purchase this tomato again as now I see others complaining about the same issue.
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                    Growing healthy and strong.
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