Siberian tomatoes are small, egg-shaped tomatoes with a smooth, orange-red skin and juicy, tangy, flavorful flesh. On bushy vines, they grow in clusters of thirty or more. Siberian tomatoes are one of the earliest varieties on the market, producing large crops early in the seas. They are also one of the earliest varieties on the market, setting fruit as low as 38 degrees.
Botanical name : Lycopersicon esculentum
Common name : Siberian Tomato, Standard (Slicing) Tomato
Size at maturity : 2"-3"
Days to maturity : 50
Light requirement : Full sun
Planting time : Spring / Summer
Sowing method : Direct sow
Planting depth : 1/2"
Plant spacing : 24"
Ships : Year-round
Average seed per ounce : Approx. 10,000