Flavors: An earthy sweetness of molasses and maraschino cherries mixed with a smokey and dark roast.
Aroma: Sweet pine and cherry citrus with a smokey salmon edge.
Appearance: Dark green bud structure with a yellow and black fade at the end of the flower cycle. A large yielder and vigorous plant that’s easy to grow.
Size & Style: A fast growing hybrid that demands space and attention. She can be 8-10 feet at full maturity. She has large fan leaves and uniform characteristics ideal for outdoor or greenhouse.
Ideal pH: 6.0-6.8. Tomatoes like fertile, well drained soil that is rich in organic matter. Dig in finished compost and manure, and add 1 cup balanced organic fertilizer beneath each transplant. The nutrition from heavy clay soils is excellent for tomatoes, but they are slow to warm, so transplanting should be done later. By the same token, lighter soils warm more quickly, so transplants can go out sooner. Adding glacial rock dust will supply all the calcium they will need. Regular watering is vital, but don’t let the plants sit in water. Tomatoes are tropical plants so they require full sun and lots of heat. Vine varieties will require some kind of support such as a wire to grow up, or a trellis to be tied to as the plant grows. Bush types benefit from the support of a tomato cage in order to prevent sprawling. At the time of final transplant, plants can be buried up to their first pair of true leaves. This will encourage greater root growth, helping with both nutrient uptake and the plants’ ability to stand up to dry conditions.
Stop watering around the end of July to encourage the fruit to ripen. If tomato plants are grown under cover, you can encourage pollination and fruit set by tapping the stem from time to time. Tomatoes do not rely on insects for pollination. Vibrating the plant shakes pollen loose within the flowers, which then self-pollinate.
Indeterminate tomatoes continue to grow and produce fruit until they are killed by frost. Remove any suckers (stems growing from the crotch of leaves) to keep the foliage under control, and they will set a later crop of larger fruit. Determinate varieties normally set fruit in a concentrated time period. Their suckers are not normally removed, though some trimming helps with ventilation.
At least 75% of seeds will germinate in optimal conditions. Usual seed life: 3 years.
Start indoors in early spring over bottom heat. When seedlings germinate, remove from the heat and grow under bright lights. Grow seedlings on for 6-8 weeks at around 10°C (50°F). Early season tomatoes can be planted out once night time temperatures are reliably above 7°C (45°F) – or later. Other types should be transplanted out when night time lows are 10°C (50°F) or warmer – or later. Optimal soil temperature for germination: 25-35°C (68-95°F). With bottom heat seeds should germinate in 7-14 days.
Indeterminate (vine) Matures in 70 days. (Open-pollinated seeds)
Sunrise Bumble Bee cherry tomato seeds. Don't you just love that name? And it is one of the most pretty and cute striped yellow cherry tomatoes ever. Pale yellow cherries when ripe with orange, red and yellow striping and a pink interior. Super prolific, produces dozens of cherry tomatoes on a nice large plant that will need staking. Refreshing sweet taste and beautiful included in your favorite salad!
An indeterminate tomato which means it produces over a long period of time.
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