- Tomato Plants
I have mixed feelings about Fireworks. Are you a good, attentive gardener? Then you will probably love Fireworks. Sloppy gardener like me? Pffft...your gonna' be underwhelmed. Here's the thing. I get run over with work in the Summer as you can imagine. I am not the guy who babies his plants, some years when the work load is heavy, it is sink or swim out in the tomato field. Fireworks sinks like the Titanic if ignored and not watered etc. BUT(!) when cared for, Fireworks really cranks out the fruit. Lots and lots of medium sized fruit that will really fill your counter top. I have often read what a big, super early variety this is. Not that big, sort of early but rarely living up to its hype. So, I have had great production and in other years, a plant laying on the ground gasping to be put out of its misery. Oh, one consistent thing about Fireworks is that it is not a real big plant. Nice size for a container on a patio. Want to try it? Let me know what you think.