Parks Whopper CR Improved Hybrid Tomato - pack of 6

Park's Whopper CR Improved Hybrid Tomato - pack of 6

Lycopersicon Park's Whopper CR Improved Hybrid


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Was $14.95
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Buy 3+ at Was $13.95 ea
SALE $11.96 ea

Indeterminate. The original Whopper was an American classic, and its successor is simply the home gardener's dream tomato: greater disease resistance, higher yields, a longer season, and better taste!

These big, juicy, crack-resistant tomatoes, 4 inches or more across, ripen uniformly (even when the weather is overcast!) and finish 5 days sooner than the old Whopper. Then they keep right on coming in huge quantities until frost -- none of your smaller, greener end-of-season fruits here! And because they're meatier, you get even more succulent tomato flavor in every slice!

Resistant to Verticillium Wilt, Root Knot Nematodes, Tobacco Mosaic Virus, and 2 strains of Fusarium Wilt.

Set plants 2 to 2 1/2 feet apart.

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Overall Rating: 5 Stars
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Best Tomatoes Ever
Neal Sumerlin from VA wrote (August 12, 2014):
I've gardened for many years, but as my job demands grew, some summers went without any home-grown veggies. Plants from friends, plants from the local home supply store--all of them gave less-than-stellar results, so I decided to see if what was claimed for this variety would pan out. Boy, did it! These are the best tomatoes I have ever grown. The taste is outstanding, the ripening is even, the fruits are abundant, and there seems to be no end-of-the-season die-back and lack of ripening on the vine. They do mature a little earlier than most varieties, too. What's not to like? This is going to be my standard garden tomato for now on.