Grafted Tomato Plants

If you’re interested in grafted tomato plants (and you should be!), you should check out The Grafted Garden. It’s where I will be posting information on my grafting experiences, and where you can get more information about the procedures. Also, coming soon, you can buy grafted plants!


4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Bob Branning on March 22, 2012 at 10:36 am

    Are you going to have grafed tomato plants for sale soon ? I’m looking for Hillbilly and Mortagr Lifter Grafted Plants.

    Please advise



    • I’m doing strictly custom work at the moment. I only do full flats of 72s and 32s. Email me if you want a quote. Thanks!


      • Posted by Gary Greer on December 6, 2012 at 12:06 pm

        I am looking for Sun Sugar, Cherokee Purple, Brandywine, Rutgers, Juliet, Sweet Million and Black Krim. I am in Houston, Texas and would welcome any suggested variety.

      • Cherokee Purple is a great variety to graft. Brandywine doesn’t respond as well. Black Krim should do well. I haven’t grafted the other varieties.

        If you’re looking for seed, I recommend Johnny’s Seeds out of Maine. They have a large selection of cultivars, and grafting supplies, too!

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