Early Girl II Tomato Plant

The 'Early Girl II' Tomato plant is true to its name—it’s our earliest slicing tomato, ripening in just 50-60 days! This makes it perfect for gardeners in colder climates, at high altitudes or with long, hot summers that can wilt a tomato crop, as well as for the grower who lives where tomatoes grow easily. It produces 4-6 ounce smooth, fresh, tasty tomatoes early and often. Early Girl II is resistant to verticillium and fusarium wilt, both strains I and II and is moderately salt-tolerant. The vine will need support, while the fruit is attractively globe-shaped, about the size of a tennis ball and bright red. Each 3-inch pot contains one Early Girl II tomato plant. Available to order December 1 More details...
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Product Details

Early Girl II Tomato Plant Care and Growing Information

  • Plant spacing: 3-5 feet
  • Row spacing: 4 feet
  • Sunlight required: Approximately 8 hours 
  • Days to harvest: 50-60
  • Plant type: Indeterminate
  • pH Level 6.0 - 6.8
Early Girl II is resistant to these tomato diseases: Fusarium Wilt 1, Fusarium Wilt 2, Verticillium Wilt 1.

All of our 'Early Girl II' Tomato Plants are grown and shipped in fine quality growing medium and are guaranteed to arrive alive and ready to thrive.

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"Early Girl II Tomato Plant"

Tom E. on 10/3/2015 11:24:26 AM

Comment: Planted these in a container , seemed to resist fungus and blight better than others .

"Great Early Girl Tomatoes"

Bernadette K on 5/29/2015 4:00:11 PM

Comment: Always perfect tomato plants delivered

"Early Girl II"

Olga on 5/26/2015 11:08:19 AM

Comment: Plant arrived a bit sad looking (the box was clearly labeled "this side up", but the post office put it on the porch upside down - not GHS's fault...). The plant recovered nicely though. No flowers or tomatoes yet...

"Baby Girl!"

Mary T on 5/14/2015 9:39:10 AM

Comment: These tomato plants were a nice size, healthy and arrived right on time for planting!!

"Early Girl II Tomato Plant"

Kathryn F. on 4/22/2015 2:50:52 PM

Comment: Looking great!

"very happy"

Richard H. on 4/9/2015 11:13:09 AM

Comment: The Early Girl II Tomato Plant appeared to be crushed when it arrived but I watered it and it was back to normal in a couple of days. It is now growing fast and looking very good.


John E. on 4/6/2015 11:16:02 AM

Comment: The Early Girl II Tomato Plant was excellent


fredd p on 6/5/2014 7:43:14 AM

Comment: The Early Girl tomato plant looks good. Can't wait to taste it!

"Early girl II tomato plant"

MICKI M-S on 5/30/2014 10:38:40 PM

Comment: So far so good! It came in great condition and was very easy to remove the dirt and put into the hydroponics net pots...it's already grown over 2 inches in less than a week! Thank you.

"To Early to tell yet"

James M on 5/16/2014 9:12:01 AM

Comment: I just planted these Early Girl tomatos this past weekend, they look good and are growing but we had a late snow fall this AM so who know's. Dealing with Garden Harvest was easy and look forward to ordering from them in the future.