Medium late, dwarf raspberry tomato heirloom harvest in 110 days. Resistant to fungal diseases. Fruits grow on 45-75cm long clusters, which are loaded with tiny, raspberry-like, 7-8g weighing, brilliant tasting fruits. Sweet and crisp, topped with forest berry notes, they are perfect for snacking, salads, garnishes, food deco etc. One plant sets over 600 fruits bursting with high amounts of essential vitamins and minerals.
Growing: Year round in tropical climate; in temperate climates - full sun/partial shade. Seeds germinate within 5-10 days at optimum outside temp.For cooler climates, start the seeds indoors 6-8 weeks prior the last frost and then transplant outside when the danger of last frost is gone and young seedlings start to have first true leaf.
Soil temp: +21-27C (70-80F).
Sowing depth: 0.6cm (1/4in) deep.
Soil: fertile, well drained soil, preferably rich in organic matter.
Moisture: Water regularly, when needed to keep the soil moist, though avoid overwatering, which often causes the rot of the seeds/roots.
Light: bright, warm place with constant air movement and plenty of sunlight.
Fertilizing: Regular fertilzing is recommended to support healthy growth and fruit foliage.