Goliath Sunny Hybrid Tomato

Goliath Sunny Hybrid Tomato

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1.5 (2 reviews)
70 Days
(VFN) Variety Jubilation. A gorgeous yellow-gold variation on our much-sought-after red Goliaths, with plenty to bring to the table in its own right - big juicy fruits, mild and sweet, with a medium-soft texture and a mouth-watering juiciness when ripe. Large, 7 to 8 oz. fruits can be harvested when they first turn yellow, or left on the vine until they reach a brilliant shade of gold. Vigorous plants continue setting fruits from the bottom up. Ideal for those who don't like the highly acidic bite of most red tomatoes, and bound to be appreciated by anyone who values eye appeal as much as quality.
Indeterminate
30 seeds
1/32 Ounce
1/8 Ounce

Product Details

: 8
: Spring
: Fertile, well-drained
: 4-6-8
:
: 2 -
:
: Fruit

Physical Details

: Green
: Yellow-gold
: 7 to 14
: 70
: 24
: Yes
: Indeterminate
: Hybrid

Resistance Details

: Yes

Scientific Details

: Solanum
: lycopersicum
: Jubilation
Product Reviews
1.5 (2 reviews)
  • By David p
    4/8/2015
    From Virginia
    1.0
    Not any of my seeds I purchased from you came up
    * Admin Notes added 4/10/2015 12:48:07 PM:
    We recommend using a high quality, peat-based, fertilizer free seed starting medium when germinating seeds. Tomato seeds germinate best at 70 to 75 F, and peppers at 80 to 85 F. Both should be covered about an eighth to a quarter of an inch. Keep media moist but not saturated while seed is germinating. A heating mat with thermostat can be helpful for maintaining the proper temperatures. We guarantee all our seeds, so if you have not done so already, please contact our Customer Service Department for credit or replacement of those that did not germinate.
  • By Andrew L
    12/23/2010
    From Amsterdam, NY
    2.0
    I did not get a high yield with these tomatoes. Of the fruit I did get, they were tasty. They would tend to split if not picked at just the right time. I found it best to pick slightly early and let ripen in doors.