BoxCar Willie is resistant to these tomato diseases: Cracking.
All our 'BoxCar Willie' Heirloom Tomato Plants are organically grown and shipped in fine quality growing medium. They are guaranteed to arrive alive and ready to plant.
"BoxCar Willie Heirloom Tomato"
Tom E on 1/22/2018 2:27:49 PM
Comment: These are fast growing plants about 4-5 feet tall. I grew them in containers on a deck that gets full day sun . Need to mulch to hold in the soil moisture .
Tom E on 5/23/2017 5:32:14 PM
Comment: I have grown these before and planted it in a container on a sunny deck . Seems to hold up well in the summer heat . Usually I get a good amount of tomatos .
Don W on 5/8/2014 8:50:52 AM
Comment: BoxCar Willie plants arrived on time and were in great shape.
"Happy with Heirloom Tomatoe plants"
Loring K on 5/5/2014 7:17:55 AM
Comment: Easy ordering, quick shipping and a healthy plant when it arrived. It was a great experience.
"Boxcar Willie Tomatoes"
Bernadette K on 5/20/2013 10:00:36 AM
Comment: I love your website and products. Every plant I ordered has been packaged with such care, they arrive in great condition. Thank You. Can wait to see them grow :)
"great, old-fashioned flavor for such a large tomato"
Mary on 5/7/2013 4:53:16 AM
Comment: I grew these tomatoes two years ago, and hope to do so again this summer. They were spectacular! High yielding, really large juicy tomatoes with the flavor that will take you right back to your childhood. I really can't say enough good things about this Heirloom variety. Only problem for me is that my local nursery doesn't get them now, so I'll have to order online.
"smaller hopefully better than bigger"
Claudia S on 8/2/2012 2:57:11 PM
Comment: I picked this plant for the heavy yield it should produce. Plant is doing very well so far, it has been about 2 weeks since delivery. I am likening this plant to a Cherry Tomato plant. I have one that has produced about 300 small tomatoes, very sweet. It is in a green house. The recent rains have done wonders for all my plants this year. The southwest desert is no friend to most tomatoes. I am on pins and needles at this point.
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