Historic tomato varieties - organic quality seeds

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Tomatoes are a must, especially in small (balcony) gardens.

This great organic seed set contains four robust, heirloom tomato varieties:

  • Cocktail tomato 'Sugar grape' Also known as “Mexican honey tomato”. Very robust, vigorous and high-yielding red cocktail tomato.
  • Russian Heirloom Tomato 'Orange Banana' Old Russian, robust outdoor variety with orange, elongated to egg-shaped fruits. Its taste is sweet, fruity, delicate and mild with a firm consistency.
  • Tomato 'Berner Rose' The tomato 'Berner Rosen' is an old Swiss tomato variety with a heavenly taste. The soft pink fruits of different sizes are typical, as they vary between salad and beef tomato size with a weight of 100-300g. For us, this tomato variety is one of the best ever.
  • Wild tomato 'Red Marble' The plant is very productive and can produce up to 1000 fruits on good soil. Solanum pimpinellifolium is probably the most original form of tomato that we can still get today.

One seed bag with at least 10 seeds per variety.

The seed bags and detailed sowing instructions in German and English are packaged in beautiful gift packaging - a great, sustainable gift for the garden. Every plant lover will be happy about this.

Good to know for sowing: In general, the best time to sow tomato seeds is a good 6-8 weeks before the last expected night frosts in spring. Because tomatoes originate in the tropical regions of South America and require relatively high temperatures to germinate, they are grown in greenhouses or indoors in almost all climates until they have developed enough to be transplanted into the garden. Optimal germination temperature: +24-28°C, lots of light, always keep the soil moist. I therefore recommend using a mini greenhouse for sowing.

The organic seeds in this set are seed-proof. This means that seeds can later be obtained from the plants for further propagation without any problems.

Origin: Europe