Tomato in 2 Varieties 'Red Pear'+ 'Yellow Pearshaped' - Seed

Solanum - lycopersicum - 'Red Pear'+ 'Yellow Pearshaped'
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Nothing’s fresher than homegrown vegetables

Tomato ‘Yellow Pearshaped’ is a pearshaped tomato which is ideal as garnish. Early, vigorous variety with a high yield. Fruits weigh around 20 grams. ‘Yellow Pearshaped’ is suitable for both outdoor and greenhouse cultivation.
Tomato ‘Red Pear’ is a very attractive vine tomato. These red pearshaped cluster tomatoes are delicious in a salad or simply eaten in the hand. They can also be used to make sauces or for preserving.
1 package (2 seed packets)
‘Red Pear' (0.25 g) and ‘Yellow Pearshaped’ (0.5 g).
Extra info-
Latin name Solanum - lycopersicum - 'Red Pear'+ 'Yellow Pearshaped'
Guarantee 100% growth and flowering guarantee
Green stayer No
Leafs all year No
Hardy plants No
Self polinating No
Edible No
Scented Not Scented
Grafted No
Cutting flowers No
Harvesting July - October

Harvesting

July - October

Planting+
Tomato seeds require no prior treatment although steeping them in lukewarm water for 12 hours encourages germination.
Care+
Your tomato plants can go outdoors when all chance of frost is passed and night temperatures are above 12 degrees centigrade. Do harden them off first - to do this stand them in the shade outdoors for one hour longer every day for one week. They will then be ready to pot up - 3 to a (large) planter. Stand the pots in full sun.

If planting in the garden, choose a sunny, sheltered spot for your tomato row(s) - plant them 70 cm apart with a cane for support and tie the plant in. Remove all side shoots. Tie in and remove side shoots once every week unless your plants are bush forming plants - in that case only tie in to their supports. This is because tomatoes grown outdoors need all the energy for the main stem and to form buds.

Tomatoes generally pollinate themselves - (bumble) bees will help - but you can also help them along by giving the plants a little shake being careful not to damage the plant. Setting the fruit is usually not a problem.

When the lower tomato bunches are pollinated and start growing into fruit, remove the lower leaves to encourage growth. Regular fertilising with Bakker's Tomato Feed will be appreciated.

Tomatoes in the greenhouse grow somewhat taller so will require even more support. A long cane is good but twine hung from the roof to the roots is also helpful.
Specifics+
Tomatoes do grow best in the greenhouse but they will do fine outdoors too if you choose the warmest and most sheltered spot for them.

Spanish sailors brought tomatoes to Europe from South America and they have since conquered the whole world. Tomatoes are actually creeping plants that require support to stand. Compact varieties do well in pots but those for in the greenhouse can easily grow to 2 metres high! (less tall outdoors). Canes of 1.5 metres is usually enough outdoors. Using twine hanging from the roof of the greenhouse works great as support too - the plant can be tied in to the twine.
Description-

Nothing’s fresher than homegrown vegetables

Tomato ‘Yellow Pearshaped’ is a pearshaped tomato which is ideal as garnish. Early, vigorous variety with a high yield. Fruits weigh around 20 grams. ‘Yellow Pearshaped’ is suitable for both outdoor and greenhouse cultivation.
Tomato ‘Red Pear’ is a very attractive vine tomato. These red pearshaped cluster tomatoes are delicious in a salad or simply eaten in the hand. They can also be used to make sauces or for preserving.
1 package (2 seed packets)
‘Red Pear' (0.25 g) and ‘Yellow Pearshaped’ (0.5 g).
Extra info-
Latin name Solanum - lycopersicum - 'Red Pear'+ 'Yellow Pearshaped'
Guarantee 100% growth and flowering guarantee
Green stayer No
Leafs all year No
Hardy plants No
Self polinating No
Edible No
Scented Not Scented
Grafted No
Cutting flowers No
Harvesting July - October

Harvesting

July - October

Planting+
Tomato seeds require no prior treatment although steeping them in lukewarm water for 12 hours encourages germination.
Care+
Your tomato plants can go outdoors when all chance of frost is passed and night temperatures are above 12 degrees centigrade. Do harden them off first - to do this stand them in the shade outdoors for one hour longer every day for one week. They will then be ready to pot up - 3 to a (large) planter. Stand the pots in full sun.

If planting in the garden, choose a sunny, sheltered spot for your tomato row(s) - plant them 70 cm apart with a cane for support and tie the plant in. Remove all side shoots. Tie in and remove side shoots once every week unless your plants are bush forming plants - in that case only tie in to their supports. This is because tomatoes grown outdoors need all the energy for the main stem and to form buds.

Tomatoes generally pollinate themselves - (bumble) bees will help - but you can also help them along by giving the plants a little shake being careful not to damage the plant. Setting the fruit is usually not a problem.

When the lower tomato bunches are pollinated and start growing into fruit, remove the lower leaves to encourage growth. Regular fertilising with Bakker's Tomato Feed will be appreciated.

Tomatoes in the greenhouse grow somewhat taller so will require even more support. A long cane is good but twine hung from the roof to the roots is also helpful.
Specifics+
Tomatoes do grow best in the greenhouse but they will do fine outdoors too if you choose the warmest and most sheltered spot for them.

Spanish sailors brought tomatoes to Europe from South America and they have since conquered the whole world. Tomatoes are actually creeping plants that require support to stand. Compact varieties do well in pots but those for in the greenhouse can easily grow to 2 metres high! (less tall outdoors). Canes of 1.5 metres is usually enough outdoors. Using twine hanging from the roof of the greenhouse works great as support too - the plant can be tied in to the twine.
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Extra info-
Latin name Solanum - lycopersicum - 'Red Pear'+ 'Yellow Pearshaped'
Guarantee 100% growth and flowering guarantee
Green stayer No
Leafs all year No
Hardy plants No
Self polinating No
Edible No
Scented Not Scented
Grafted No
Cutting flowers No
Harvesting July - October

Harvesting

July - October

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