72 days. Refreshing taste of summer in a gorgeous, scarlet-red, round, mid-size slicing tomato. Juicy but never mushy, the Wisconsin 55 is great for salads and sandwiches. Impressively vigorous, blemish-free, crack-resistant, uniform, high-yielding and stores well. Good disease resistance to early blight, so it keeps producing until frost. A workhorse variety with exceptional flavor – we just can’t seem to stop talking about how much we love it! Bred in 1947 by renowned plant pathologist John Charles Walker of the University of Wisconsin, Madison back when our public universities bred high-quality seeds for public good. It was bred for disease and crack resistance in the humid upper Midwest. If you have trouble growing tomatoes, try Wisconsin 55! Plants are indeterminate. NN

Tomato: Wisconsin 55