TOMATOES TINY TIM - SEED

TOMATOES TINY TIM - SEED

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TOMATOES TINY TIM

Description
Tiny Tim Cherry Tomato Seeds 2355 Heirloom Vegetable. This standard dwarf cherry tomato introduced in 1945 is ideal for pots and windowsill containers. Compact 45 cm (18″) high plants are loaded with clusters of sweet, scarlet red 2.5 cm (1″) diameter fruit. Harvest in approximately 45-70 days. Determinate growth pattern.

How to Grow
350 seeds/gram Sow seeds indoors about 6-8 weeks before last spring frost date – use a peat moss based growing mix for germination and growing seedlings. The temperature of the seeding mix should be 21-24 C (70 – 75 F) for prompt germination. When the seedlings are 4 cm (1.75″) high, transplant each into individual peat pots – reducing temperature to 15–18 C (59 – 65 F) until planting in the garden late May. After hardening off, transplant into well-drained organic soil 60 cm (24″) apart for determinate varieties and 90 cm (36″) apart for indeterminate varieties. Tomatoes need warmth, direct sunlight & a steady supply of water. Keep plants well-watered Apply the water to the soil rather than showering down over the plants. Rotate the crop position in the garden every year. Wait three years to use the same patch in the garden. Dig out and discard diseased plants. Do not compost. It is also very important to keep plants evenly watered as fluctuations in available soil moisture can lead to a host of problems such as fruit cracking or splitting, irregular fruiting and increasing the chance of blossom end rot developing. Apply a mulch of straw around plants to protect them from soil borne diseases and to help conserve soil moisture.

BLOOMING SEASON BEGINS
High Summer

LIFECYCLE
Tender Perennial Grown as an Annual

PROPAGATION
Start Indoors for an Earlier Crop or Sow Direct

DAYS TO EMERGENCE
10 to 14

LIGHT
Full Sun

GROWTH HABIT
Bushy

FROST TOLERANCE
Killed by Frost

DAYS TO HARVEST
70

DEGREE OF DIFFICULTY
Easy

HERITAGE
Heirloom

FAMILY NAME
Solanaceae

LATIN
Lycopersicon esculentum was the original name but is now listed as Solanum lycopersicum L. var. cerasiforme (Dunal) (D. M. Spooner et al.)