Livingston's Paragon Tomato - Packet

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Livingston's Paragon tomatoes became famous in the 1800s for their flawless shape, shiny skin, and juicy sweet flavor. An exceptional slicer for salads, sauces, and canning. Plants are cold hardy and frost tolerant; great for northern gardens. Heavy yielder. Fruits are a picturesque 4-6 inches in diameter. 70-80 days.
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Introduced by the Livingston Seed Company in 1870, Livingston's Paragon tomatoes were renowned for their flawless round shape and shiny red skin and remain a top choice among home gardeners today. The plants are very hardy, tolerate frosts better than some other varieties, and have a faster ripening time, making them a popular pick for northern gardens with shorter growing seasons. Livingston's Paragon tomatoes are an exceptional slicing variety and their juicy sweetness is ideal for salads, sauces, and canning. Pleasingly plump and perfectly spherical, they're about 4-5 inches in diameter when mature. Like all tomatoes, Livingston's Paragon tomatoes are packed with healthy nutrients, most notably lycopene. Tomatoes have the highest concentration of this powerhouse of an antioxidant, which has been found to aid in the prevention and treatment of cancer, promote cardiovascular health, and help maintain healthy eyes.
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Seed Life Cycle
Row Spacing
24-36 inches
Seed Spacing
24-36 inches
Planting Depth
1/4-1/2 inch
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Space After Thinning
24-36 inches
Days To Maturity
Days To Germinate
7-14 days
Botanical Name
Solanum lycopersicum
Additional Information
Introduced in 1868
How To Grow