Pineapple Tomato Seeds

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Grow Pineapple Tomato Seeds for a unique gardening experience. These heirloom, indeterminate tomatoes are known for their sweet, citrusy flavor and large, bi-colored fruits. Ideal for gardeners seeking exceptional taste and a striking addition to their summer garden.

(25 premium seeds in each packet.)

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Pineapple Tomato Seeds

Nurture a burst of color and flavor in your garden with Pineapple Tomato Seeds, an heirloom variety celebrated for its large, bi-colored fruits and exceptional taste. These non-GMO, organic seeds are perfect for gardeners who enjoy unique and flavorful tomatoes.

Highlights:

  • Days to Maturity: 80-95 days from transplant.
  • Plant Type: Indeterminate, producing long vines and continuous fruit throughout the season.
  • Unique Characteristics: Large 1-2 lb spheroid-shaped, bi-colored fruits with golden-yellow shoulders blending into a vibrant red-orange.
  • Flavor Profile: Known for being more sweet than acidic, with a juicy, meaty texture and citrusy undertones.

Growing Pineapple Tomato Garden Seeds:

  • Sowing: Start indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost. Sow seeds ¼” deep in a warm, rich medium.
  • Germination: Expect germination within 1-2 weeks, with a temperature range of 70-90°.
  • Transplanting: Harden off seedlings before moving outdoors, planting deeply to encourage robust growth.
  • Support: Use a trellis or stake for the long vines, which can grow up to 8 feet tall.

Harvesting:

  • Timing: Ready for harvest around 80 days from sowing. As an indeterminate variety, it offers a prolonged harvest period.
  • Method: Gently pull ripe fruits from the vine or use gardening shears to avoid damaging the plant.

Cultivation Tips:

  • Soil: Prefers sandy or loamy, well-drained soil with a pH of 5.5-6.5. Enrich soil with organic compost for best results.
  • Watering: Maintain consistent moisture to prevent cracking. Mulching can help retain soil moisture.
  • Fertilizing: Use a dry fertilizer with higher nitrogen content several times during development.

Pineapple Tomato Seeds offer gardeners a rewarding experience with their visually striking fruits and delightful taste. They’re a perfect addition to any garden, providing a touch of heirloom charm and a bounty of delicious tomatoes for your summer meals.

 

Frequently Asked Questions About Pineapple Tomatoes

  1. Is Pineapple Tomato heirloom or hybrid? The Pineapple Tomato is an heirloom variety. Heirloom tomatoes are known for being open-pollinated and not genetically modified, often passed down through generations due to their unique characteristics and flavors.
  2. What do pineapple tomatoes taste like? Pineapple tomatoes are renowned for their distinctive sweet flavor with citrusy undertones. They are less acidic compared to other tomato varieties, which contributes to their unique taste profile. Their meaty and juicy texture makes them a favorite among tomato enthusiasts.
  3. Is Pineapple Tomato determinate or indeterminate? The Pineapple Tomato is an indeterminate variety. This means that the plants grow as vines and continue to produce fruit throughout the growing season until killed by frost or another external factor. They require support, such as staking or caging, due to their sprawling growth habit.
Weight .4 oz
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25 premium seeds in each packet.

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