Andy's Polish Pink Tomato Seeds - Lycopersicon lycopersicum
Non-GMO, Open-Pollinated, Rare, Andy's Polish Pink Tomato Seeds
Introducing Andy's Polish Pink Tomato seeds, a highly sought-after heirloom variety that's perfect for any home gardener looking to grow their own flavorful and juicy tomatoes. A favorite of our friends at Occidental Arts and Ecology Center and a favorite of ours. Seed originally given to Doug Gosling, this tomato was brought from Poland in 1922 from a friend's father named Andy.
These seeds produce large, pinkish-red fruits with a sweet, juicy flavor and a meaty texture. A very rare tomato! An impressive addition to any tomato dish!
This indeterminate heirloom will continue to produce fruit throughout the growing season, providing a bountiful harvest!
Our seeds are non-GMO and open-pollinated, ensuring the highest quality and purity of the seeds you receive.
Whether you're a seasoned gardener or just starting out, Andy's Polish Pink Tomato seeds are a must-have for any home garden. Get yours today and enjoy the taste of fresh, home-grown tomatoes all season long!
- Sun: Full
- Sow Indoors: 8 weeks before last frost
- Seed Count: 20
- Days to Maturity: 70-75
- Plant Size: 4'-7' vine
- Open Pollinated
Indeterminate. Bone meal is an ideal fertilizer. Add mulch to plant at base. Use trellis to support heavy vines. Produces heavy fruit. Harvest heavy fruit before rain to prevent cracking.
Seeds should be planted indoors and kept in a dome with a heated mat for 4-8 weeks.
It is key that your new starts be hardened off. This is a process that requires taking them outside during the day, for a period of time, before they are planted. This acclimates your seedlings to the outside world, meaning the elements like the wind and sun. We do it for several weeks to a month as this strengthens their stems and overall plant structure.
- Start for a short period of time initially, then graduate to more time each day
- One week minimum is recommended
- Bring them inside in the early evening and overnight
- Keep an eye on them and constantly water them. Make sure they have not blown over.
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