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Plant the tomatoes after the risk of frost in rich soil with compost added. Monte Carlo tomatoes are eaten mainly in salads in order to best appreciate their excellent flavor. Large, nicely ribbed fruits, very colorful, fleshy with a good taste flavor.
An elegant look is created by bright pink, bell shaped blooms complemented by sleek dark purple foliage. Blooms in late spring/early summer, and may re-bloom in fall. Compact habit. 3-4 Feet tall x 3-4 feet spread. full sun/part shade Zone 4
Berries are produced once a year in early June. In early spring white flowers appear giving way to an abundant amount of large red super sweet berries for a 2 week harvest period. 4-6 feet tall x 6-12 feet spread. full sun Zone 4
Large fragrant flower clusters open pale blue and mature to dark violet-blue with red edges. Depending on light and time of day flowers will appear more blue or more purple. Blooms mid-late summer. 2-3 feet tall 1-2 feet spread. full sun, Mildew resistant Zone 4
Over a long blooming season, spicy red blooms mature to mango orange and finally bronze, Deep purplish stems and foliage complement the richly colored blooms. Blooms July-October. Clumping habit. 40-48 feet tall x 18 x 24 spread. Full Sun. Zone 3