Nebraska Wedding Tomato
- Orange round fruits grow to 4 inches
- Plants grow to 36 inches
- Determinate - Fruit ripens over a 2 week period
- 85-90 days from transplant
Reliable producer of stunning 4" round fruits with orange skin. Well-balanced flavor. Plants are typically under 36" tall, but benefit from staking. Called the "ultimate love apple" in Amy Goldman's colorful story in The Heirloom Tomato. Introduced to SSE in 1983 by member Dorothy Beiswenger. Given to her by Betty Englert, whose ancestors brought this variety to western Nebraska in the late 1800s and was often given to newlywed family members and friends. Determinate. 85-90 days from transplant.
Learn to Grow Nebraska Wedding Tomato
Start Indoors: 6 weeks before last frost
Germination: 7-14 Days
Plant Outdoors: 24-36” Apart
Support: Cage, stake, or trellis
Instructions - Sow seeds indoors ¼" deep. Tomatoes are sensitive to freezing temperatures, so wait to transplant outdoors until the soil is warm. Plant in full sun.
Ratings & Reviews
Excellent large slicer
by Grant -
My wife and I gave our wedding guests Nebraska Wedding seeds and seedlings when we were married in 2013, and my dad has grown and saved the seeds ever since. This is our favorite BLT tomato, sweet and tangy and meaty.
Great Tasting and Multipurpose Tomato
Grew this for the first time last summer and just started my next round of seeds for this year. Great tasting tomato and lends itself to a wide variety of uses, loved it fresh but I also used it yesterday to make homemade tomato sauce! Prolific and provides reliably sized fruit. I would recommend staking at least in my experience as my plants ended up around 5 feet tall by the end of summer.
Versatile and easy
LOVE this tomato. It grew well, and was such a versatile tomato. Plus the skin just dissolved when stewed, saving me time when cooking.
Most Successful Variety of the Year
Most surprising tomato of the year. Even though these are determinate, they ripen over a longer period than just a couple of weeks. Resisted disease when other types around it did not. Decent sized fruits without being excessive. Not overly watery or seedy. In zone 6A, I'm still picking these at the end of November (no frosts yet). They got a slow start but looked better ever in September and October.