- Open pollinated. Heirloom 18” 55 days.
- Determinate. Glacier is one of the first tomatoes to ripen even when the plants are still small.
- Sweet, flavorful, 2-3 oz. crack resistant fruits do exceptionally well in cool northern areas and make a good winter crop in Florida.
- Spreading plants look a little straggly at first but shape into a nice full bush.
- Commonly produce 60 fruits, sometimes more and keeps producing unless felled by disease.
- Good choice for containers.
- Said to be an heirloom of Swedish origin.
Planting Directions: Plant seed indoors 6-8 weeks before transplanting in spring. Sow seed 1/2” deep in sterile starting soil, maintaining a soil temperature of 65? to 95?. Germinates in 6-10 days if soil is kept at 85°. When seedlings are 10 days old replant (if using seedling trays) into 2” or 4” pots. Transplant outdoors when soil temperatures are at least 70? in well drained soil enriched with organic matter or a general purpose fertilizer. Space plants 2’ to 3’ apart. Avoid high levels of nitrogen in the soil as this promotes vegetative growth and reduces yields. Water regularly during growing season and reduce or withhold water when tomatoes begin to ripen.