Indoor winter gardening-determinate tomato varieties?

Apr 20, 2015
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Detroit, MI
Hardiness Zone
Zone 5b or 6a who knows
United States
Hello everyone! Been super busy in the garden (I've been dealing with HUGE indeterminate plants this year, my Black Cherry tomato is 7 feet tall already!).

But, I am already thinking of winter. I have a couple of grow tents, with lights and all that, that I can utilize one of them this winter. I wanted to do some of the things that taste the crappiest buying in the winter: Peppers and Tomatoes.

Not so worried on my peppers, since they never get too huge, but I noticed a lot of my tomato seeds are mainly indeterminate varieties.

So what I am looking for is a good flavored, determinate, fresh eating tomato to grow. I would prefer an heirloom variety, but would consider a hybrid depending on the flavor. I like a sweeter tomato personally...Can anyone give me some advice?


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