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Wild Tomato 'Rote Murmel'  (Solanum pimpinellifolium) Organic
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Wild Tomato 'Rote Murmel' (Solanum pimpinellifolium) Organic

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We now offer organically cultivated seeds for the 'Wild Tomato' also in organic quality from certified organic farming.


The Wild Tomato (Solanum Pimpinellifolium) probably is the most original form of the tomato which we can still get today and it grows excellently in our climes. It still grows as a wild-growing shrub in the North of South America today.
Its fruits are red and, with a diameter of 1.5cm, rather small but surprise with an excellent, intense mild and sweet taste and, therefore, are perfectly suitable for a snack garden.

The plant is very fertile and can produce up to 1000 fruits on good soil. All in all, the cultivation is similar to our tomato breedings but much less complicated as the wild tomato grows rather bushy and doesn't need much care or to be pinched out.
It isn't prone to blight and, therefore, doesn't need rain protection.

Attention: The wild tomato is very robust, grows fast, and has diligently sown itself in some gardens and strongly overgrown other plants. As a result, you should plan 2m² of space per plant.

Seeds, content: Approx. 10 'Rote Murmel' Wild Tomato seeds in organic quality
Details: Plant description & care
Plant family:
Solanaceae
Flowering time:
JuneJulyAugustSeptember
Flower colour:
Yellow
Root system :
Cordate root
Lifecycle :
Annual
sunlight:
full sun
Sowing & cultivation
Indoor pre-culture (seedling stage):
MarchApril
Best germination temperature :
22 – 28 °C
Germination time in days:
6 – 10
Planting distance:
100 x 100 cm
Main harvest:
JulyAugustSeptemberOctober
Bad intercropping partners:
CucumbersFennelPeasPepperPotatoes
Good intercropping partners:
BasilCabbageCeleryGarlicKohlrabiLettuceMarigoldNasturtium New Zealand spinachParsleyRadishRadishesSpinach
Preculture at approx. +22-28°C indoors from March. Temper the plantlets in May and plant them in the greenhouse, tomato house, or outdoors (with rain protection). Tie them up on struts or ribbons and pinch them out regularly.
Loves a lot of sun and - as tomatoes are hard feeders - being given nutrients regularly.
Planting distance 50-100cm.

How to grow tomatoes from seed
Other names
Botanical name:
solanum pimpinellifolium
German names:
goldapfelliebesapfelparadeisapfelparadeiserparadiesapfeltomate
English names:
tomato
French names:
tomate
Spanish names:
jitomatetomatetomatera
Italian names:
pomodoro
Details
Item number
1298
Brand
Magic Garden Seeds
Group:
Seeds
seed multiplication:
Bio
Seed quantity:
10 Pcs.

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