Which Tomatoes are Determinate? – List of all Determinate varieties  

Which Tomatoes are Determinate? Tomatoes are one of the favorites and common plants that every farmer grows on his land. Do you know tomato plants or their seeds are often labeled as determinate or indeterminate tomatoes? What are they? If you do not know about them, then you will learn about them in this guide, you just have to stay connected. We will discuss the determinate varieties of tomato plants in this guide.

Key takeaways:

  • People use the mentioned terms for the growing habits of tomato plants.
  • Various varieties of determinate varieties will be discussed below, a few of them are Roma tomatoes, Amish paste tomatoes, jersey tomatoes, and many more. 
  • Determinate tomatoes grow for a small period as compared to indeterminate tomatoes.
  • Determinate tomatoes are also famous for its another name, bush tomatoes, they will attain a height of about 4 feet.
  • You will get your fruit to eat soon by growing the determinant varieties but they won’t last for long.

 Do you know whether the plant you are growing is determinate or indeterminate? Which tomatoes are determined? You will come to know soon.

Let us get started to know more about the determinate tomatoes and some of their varieties. 

Before you know its varieties, you should know the exact meaning of determinate tomatoes. Let us jump into its information.

What is a Determinate Tomato Plant?

Determinate tomatoes are the ones that tend to develop one larger harvest as an object so that they continue to grow all along in the season. They have a determined time in which they produce the fruit. As mentioned they are even called bush tomatoes because they tend to remain for a small period with more understanding with their other companions. They can attain a height of approximately 4-5 feet. They won’t grow more than this height. 

Determinate tomatoes are often called “bush” tomatoes as they tend to stay smaller and more compact instead of growing very tall as indeterminate plants do. These plants need not be pruned for maximum yield like the indeterminate plants. 

List of all determinate varieties 

        Variety         Height     Days of Maturity  
Ace 3-4 feet 80 days  
Ace 55 3-5 feet 60-100 days
Alaska 1 to 1.2 m50 days   
Amber colored 60-90cm 55-60 days 
Andes6-8 feet 60 days or more 
Italian Roma 3-4 inches 75 days 
Backa 70-80 cm 125-130 days 
Banana legs 40-76 cm70-75 days 
Bush beefsteak 6 feet 75-85 days 
Black sea man 4 feet 75 days 
Bush early girl30-36 inches 50 days 
Campbell 33 8 inches 69-80 days 
Cream sausage 3 feet70-75 days 
Dwarf purple heart90-120 cm 60-80 days 
Dwarf pink passion 50-80 cm 60-80 days 
Early annie3 feet 65-70 days 
Early Annie3.3 feet 55 days 
Fargo 12-18 inches 70-75 days 
Florida 47 3 feet 100-120 days  
First pick 3-4 feet 60-60 days 
Golden girl 5-7 feet 69-70 days 
Golden fresh salsa 60-90 cm 80-100 days 
Gremlin 5 feet 50-60 days 
Green thumb 3-4 feet 60-80 days 
Hardrock 18-24 inches 70-80 days 
Heinz 100-150 cm 75-80 days 
Hy-brix             –          –
Homestead 245-6 feet 70-80 days 
Rosella Crimson 40 inches 60-100 days 
Kewalo 12-15 inches 75-80 days 
Lady finger 4.5 feet 55-65 days 
Legend 122 cm 68 days 
Lunch box 3 feet 65-80 days 
Long keeper 4 feet 78-85 days 
Marglobe 61-91 cm 75-80 days 
Manitoba 45-62 cm65 days 
Mariana 4 feet72-74 days 
Milano plum 3-4 feet 70 days 
Napoli 12-24 inches 60-65 days 
Northern delight 2-4 feet70 days 
New yorker 4-6 feet 55-70 days 
Pellicore 4 feet 60-70 days 
Picus 4 feet 74 days 
Prescott 4-5 feet 65-75 days 
Red robin 20-30 cm55 days 
Red Robin 90-120 cm 78 days 
Roma 3 feet 70-80 days 
Scarlet red4 feet 74 days 
Silvery fir 45-61 cm 55-60 days 
Sprite 3 feet 60 days 
Tasti-lee 3 feet 72-75 days 
Taxi 2 feet 65-70 days 
Tiny Tim 8-16 inches 60 days 
Window box 12 inches 70-75 days 
Zebra cherry 5 feet 75-80 days 

Which tomatoes are determinate? 

There are various varieties of tomatoes that are determined. A good list of them has been mentioned above. If you are here to know some of them in detail, then let us begin to understand them: 

Pellicore tomatoes 

The red color pellicore is cherished by everyone. It is one of the best tomatoes that is specially grown by every grower in their gardens. As tomatoes are a favorite fruit of almost everyone, planting this determinate variety of tomatoes will be great and have many benefits of growing them. The leaves of this plant are narrow and attain a height of 4 feet. The size of the fruit is 10 oz. you will see that this variety’s shape is a flattened globe. 

Picus tomatoes 

Have you heard of this determinate variety before? If yes, then great but if not, then you should know that Picus is a great annual vegetable plant that is raised by a farmer in the garden so that they can enjoy the benefit of eating them. Picus gives you great oval tomatoes that are red. This determinate variety is even known as berries by some people. 

Prescott tomatoes 

Some people call it an indeterminate plant but it is a determinate plant that grows generously. It gives you plumy and savory fruits of ¾ inches. You can add this variety of tomatoes to your salad during your diet especially. 

Rosella crimson tomatoes 

You might have grown this famous variety in your garden area. The flavor of this fruit is as sweet as honey. It produces fruit of medium to large size that matures to a crimson-pink color.it is an amazing regular-leaf dwarf variety.  It is especially famous for its amazing color and taste. 

Scarlet red tomatoes 

If you want a strong determinate plant to grow in your garden, then scarlet red is a great option for you as it is a high-yielding tomato plant. It has a deep red color if it does not turn red it can be due to weather conditions, variety, water, etc, and is also disease resistant. When you compare it with other varieties of tomato then you will love this. 

Tiny Tim tomatoes 

They are great miniature tomato plants and are antique too. This plant can attain a height of 12-18 inches long for its growth. Feed them properly so that they give you fruitful results. You can enjoy the benefits of fruits from this plant after 60 days. 

Black Zebra cherry tomatoes

This plant has a good exterior covered with an amazing red-burgundy color. It has beautiful green stripes. It is a great cross between the black tomato and the green zebra tomato. 

Bush early girl tomatoes 

This plant will give a delicious and tangy flavor to its red tomatoes. Your plant will grow 4 inches wide if you want a long-lasting effect from them. This determinate variety can suit even best in any small area or garden. 

Dwarf purple heart tomatoes 

This determinant variety has some dark shade in its fruit. It will seem like the shape of a heart. When it comes to dwarf tomato varieties, they are the larger ones to plant. 

Silvery fir tomatoes 

Last but not least, this Russian variety gives you various benefits. It is known for its great unique and sensitive vegetation. If you want to plant the determinate variety of tomatoes in the hanging baskets, then this variety suits you well for you. 

Covering up 

In this article, you come to know about the Determinate tomatoes that grow for a small period as compared to the indeterminate tomatoes. Determinate tomatoes are also famous for its another name, bush tomatoes, they will attain a height of about 4 feet. You will get your fruit to eat soon by growing the determinant varieties but they won’t last for long. Read the article properly and then conclude. 

FAQs 

Are Roma tomatoes determinate?

Yes, Roma tomatoes are determinate fruits. 

Is Brandywine tomato determinate or indeterminate?

Brandywine tomatoes are determinate and indeterminate as well. 

How do you know if a tomato plant is determinate?

You can come to know if the tomato plant is determinate or not by checking its flowers, if its grieving blossoms at a time, and the production of the fruit, if it is producing tomatoes at a time, then they are the determinate tomatoes.

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