Tomato Jubilee (indeterminate)

by Maureen Sullivan on January 19, 2016

Full sun. Heirloom Jubilee was an All-America Selections winner in 1943. The 3″ fruits are bright golden-orange when ready for eating. Jubilee has a mild sweet flavor and is low in acid.

Indeterminate tomato vines set flowers until frost kills the plant. Indeterminate plants give you a long harvest season. Staking or trellising is recommended for indeterminate plants. Suckering of indeterminate plants is recommended for slicing varieties so that you get a good number of larger tomatoes (suckering is not necessary for cherry tomatoes).

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