A terrific patio container tomato, typically growing only 36” tall, but the plants will need staking because they’re such vigorous producers of clusters of 4” round fruit that weigh up to 10 oz. each. Nebraska Wedding has glowing apricot-orange skin and deep orange flesh. It has a good, old-fashioned tomato flavor, with a sweetness that’s perfectly balanced with just enough acidity. Dorothy Beiswenger of Crookston, Minnesota gets the credit for introducing this Midwest heirloom in 1983 when she listed it through Seed Savers’ Exchange. She had received the seeds from a Mrs. Englert of Sandpoint, ID, who was 72 at the time, along with the story that pioneers from Minnesota brought the seeds with them in covered wagons in the late 1800’s. It was Mrs. Englert’s claim that the seeds of this tomato were given to Nebraska brides as wedding gifts. So keep the tradition alive – save the seeds from this tomato and pass them on to any new brides you know! Determinate, 85-90 days from transplant. Packet contains at least 30 seeds.