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75 days. This is perhaps one of my top 5 slicing tomatoes. Its gorgeous coloring belays its beyond satisfying taste. Juicy, sweet, tomatoey with lots of subtle flavour notes making it perfect in sandwiches or slices drizzled EVO oil and dressed with chopped basil. It would be the signature to any salad. I made my husband a sandwich with these beauties and I think if we weren’t already married, he’d propose.
Plants produced exceedingly well outside in pots in our weird cold spring and late-to-arrive summer.
- Seed Count: 25-30
- Collection Date: Sept 2020
- Hardiness Zone: annual
- Tomato type: regular leaf; indeterminate
- Germination test type: actual
How to germinate Green Berkeley Tie-Dye tomato seeds:
Sow 5 mm deep. Keep moist; plastic cover improves success. Opt. germination temp: 18-25 C. Days to germ: 5-10. All tomatoes drop their blooms when temperatures reach 85 F or greater, so make sure your tomatoes don’t get over heated. Blossom end rot is a nutritional disorder where a lack of calcium causes the fruit to rot from the blossom end so be sure you use something like rock phosphate (22% calcium) when amending your tomato beds/growing medium. Use mulch to retain moisture or prevent water from splashing up on your plants as tomatoes hate having their foliage wet…NEVER WATER FROM ABOVE…its like someone splashing a cold bucket of water on you!