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Every gardener wants to live in the Tomato Zone — and every garden has one.
Sweet cherry tomatoes, luscious red slicing tomatoes, pretty egg-shaped Romas, and juicy heirloom tomatoes are summer's top crop, and they are also one of the easiest to grow. They produce their abundant harvests in hot weather, which makes July and August the prime months for tomatoes in most of the country. If you live in USDA Hardiness Zones 5, 6, 7, or 8, you should be eating garden-fresh tomatoes soon.
No matter where you live, the Tomato Zone is a sunny spot.
There are steps gardeners can take to position themselves — and their tomatoes — in the heart of the Zone.
When you're picking tomatoes from your own plants every day, eating them with every meal, and sharing them with friends and neighbors, you're in the heart of the Tomato Zone. You can't miss it.