Tuesday, June 4, 2013


155/365 by credd
155/365, a photo by credd on Flickr.

Siberian tomatoes...

are unique in their tolerance of cool conditions, relative to other tomatoes. They can be successfully germinated at slightly lower temperatures than other varieties that typically need a starting medium temp of 75 degrees F or higher. Additionally, Siberian tomatoes can be grown in a shorter growing season, typically requiring 60-70 days after transplanting.

The small, round tomatoes are versatile, and are especially well-suited for sauces, juices, and pastes. Siberian tomato plants are determinate growers, typically reaching 6-8' feet tall.

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