TOMATO Amish Paste - Lycopersicon esculentum

Heirloom
Indeterminant - Climbing variety

SKU: V 509
Stock: Out Of Stock
Restrictions: NZ Prohibited No Export

Family: Solanaceae
Sub-family: Solanoideae
Characteristics: Climbing variety

Seed per packet: Approx. 25

 

$4.25 AUD Excl. GST

The Amish Paste heirloom tomato as the name implies is a plum tomato of Amish origins that is commonly used for cooking, although it's sweet enough to eat fresh. The Amish Paste tomato is reputed to have originated in the 1870s with the oldest Amish community in Wisconsin.

The Amish are one of the larger "paste" varieties of tomato, its fruit growing from 150-350 grams. It varies widely in shape, from "oxheart" to plum, and though coreless, is somewhat seedier and sweeter than normal paste cultivars. They tend to ripen 80 to 85 days after planting.

Grow notes:

Adaptable to most soils but produces the best fruit in deep free-draining soil with consistent moisture in a sunny position. Protect from strong winds, support with stakes when required.

TropicalAll Year Round
Temperate: Late Winter to Early Summer.
Cool climate: Spring

Sow: 6mm deep
For best results grow in seed raising trays of a quality seed raising mix. Keep warm and moist. Transplant when 5-7cm high.
Plant space: 75-100cm
Row Space: 50-60cm
Germination: 10-14 days
Maturity: 10-12 weeks

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