Black Krim Tomato Seeds – Slicing Variety

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Grow distinctive Black Krim Tomato Seeds for a unique gardening experience. These organic, non-GMO heirloom seeds are perfect for slicing, offering a smoky, rich flavor. Ideal for gardeners seeking unusual, juicy tomatoes with a deep color, perfect for salads and gourmet dishes.

(25 premium seeds in each packet.)

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Black Krim Tomato Seeds – Slicing Variety

Embark on a unique gardening adventure with our Organic Black Krim Tomato Seeds. This non-GMO, heirloom variety, known for its heat tolerance and indeterminate growth, is perfect for garden plots, raised beds, and greenhouses.



  • Days to Maturity: Approximately 75 days from transplant.
  • Tomato Type: Indeterminate slicing tomato, known for its continuous growth and fruit production.
  • Origin: Originally from the Black Sea in Crimea and introduced to the United States from Sweden in 1990 by Lars Olov Rosenstrom. It’s highly sought after for its unique flavor profile and juiciness.

Growing Non-GMO Organic Black Krim Tomato Vegetable Seeds:

  • Start Indoors: Begin 7-9 weeks before the last spring frost date.
  • Sowing Depth: Plant seeds about 0.25 inches deep in well-draining soil.
  • Indoor Care: Provide full sunlight and consider using a fan for airflow and stem strengthening.
  • Hardening Off: Gradually acclimate seedlings outdoors over 1-2 weeks.
  • Transplanting: Bury the stem deeply to promote root development.

Unique Characteristics:

  • Flavor Profile: Exotic, smoky, with mild sweetness and less acidity.
  • Appearance: Known for its iconic black/burgundy skin and large, uniquely rounded fruits.
  • Size: Fruits typically reach 4-5 inches in diameter.

Organic Black Krim Tomato in the Vegetable Garden:

  • Support Required: Sturdy support is necessary due to the plant’s size and fruit weight.
  • Soil Requirements: Black Krim tomato seeds prefer well-draining, slightly acidic soil with balanced nutrients.
  • Companion Planting: Thyme, basil, and oregano can enhance growth and reduce pests.

Harvesting Organic Black Krim Tomato:

  • Maturity Indicator: Ready when fruits show their distinct color.
  • Uses: Ideal for slicing, fresh salads, or juicing.

About Organic Black Krim Tomatoes:

  • Historical Significance: Traces its origins to the Black Sea of Crimea, with a fascinating journey to the U.S.
  • Growing Info: Suitable for Hardiness Zones 3-10 as an annual plant.

Basic Info:

  • Latin Name: Solanum lycopersicum
  • Color: Red, Black
  • Growth Habit: Vine-type, requiring support
  • Soil Preference: Well-draining, loose, moisture-retaining
  • Temperature and Light Preference: Best in warmer temperatures (70-85 F) and full sun

Nurture your garden with these exquisite Black Krim Tomato Seeds and enjoy their unique flavor and historical significance right from your backyard.


Frequently Asked Questions About Black Krim Tomatoes

  1. Are Black Krim tomatoes hard to grow? Black Krim tomatoes are not particularly hard to grow, but they do require some specific care. As an indeterminate variety, they need support for their vines and are susceptible to cracking if not watered consistently. With proper care, including regular watering, full sun, and staking or caging for support, gardeners can successfully grow Black Krim tomatoes.
  2. What is the best use for Black Krim tomatoes? Black Krim tomatoes are known for their unique flavor profile, which includes a smoky, slightly sweet taste with mild acidity. They are excellent for slicing and adding to salads, sandwiches, or burgers due to their large size and juicy texture. These tomatoes are also great for juicing or using in cooking to add a rich, deep flavor to dishes.
  3. What is the difference between Black Krim and Cherokee Purple tomatoes? While both Black Krim and Cherokee Purple are heirloom tomatoes with a similar dark coloration, there are notable differences. Black Krim tomatoes typically have a darker, almost black skin with a greenish shoulder and are known for their smoky flavor. Cherokee Purple, on the other hand, has a deep, dusky purple color with a sweet, rich taste. The texture and size may also vary, with Black Krim often being slightly larger and more irregular in shape.
  4. What type of tomato is Black Krim? Black Krim is an indeterminate type of tomato. This means that the plants grow as vines that continue to produce fruit throughout the growing season until killed by frost or another external factor. Indeterminate tomatoes like Black Krim require support, such as staking or caging, due to their sprawling growth habit. They are known for their unique color, which ranges from dark red to almost black, and their rich, smoky flavor.
Weight .4 oz

25 premium seeds in each packet.

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