Tomato 'Tigrino' (Lycopersicon Esculentum) Indeterminate Vegetable Heirloom, 40-50 Seeds

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Tomato 'Tigrino' (Lycopersicon Esculentum) Indeterminate Vegetable Heirloom, 40-50 Seeds

Tall, indeterminate variety valued for its unique color and especially aromatic, very flavorful fruits that mature at the same time. One branch sets 14 fruits that each weigh 16-20g. This variety posses an eye catching, deep red color with brown-greenish color stripes. Perfectly round, looks amazing mixed with other cherry tomato varieties. Matures in about 90 days after seeds germination. Can be grown year round in warm climates and for temperate ones should be sown in March.

Growing: Store containers in room of 70-80F (21-27C) until germination occurs. Tomato seeds do not need light to germinate! For growing outdoors, transfer outdoors when seedlings reach 6in (15.2cm) tall and develop their first true leaves, after the danger of last frost is gone.

Soil: light, fertile, well-draining soil, preferably rich in organic matter with a pH between 6-7.

Sowing depth: 1/4in (0.6-1cm) deep.

Light: bright location with plenty of sunlight or under grow lights.

Moisture: Water regularly to make sure the soil is moist, yet not soggy, as excess water causes the rot of the seeds/roots. Best to water, when soil is dry to the touch.

Fertilizing: Regular fertilizing is highly recommended to support healthy and robust growth.


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