Large for a paste Tomato -- about 8 oz, this exceptionally flavorful Wisconsin heirloom traces its origin to Pennsylvania, hence the name 'Amish Paste'. The oblong-oval fruits are medium red in color and grow in clusters of two to four, ripening 80-85 days from transplant. Considered one of the best varieties for sauces and canning. Indeterminate.
Grafted Tomatoes should be planted at soil level so that the graft line, indicated by green tie tape, remains above ground.
The practice of grafting, used in orchards and vineyards for thousands of years, creates the best of two worlds: a vigorous rootstock is fused to the top part of another plant valued for its fruit or flowers. By marrying a vigorous, disease-resistant rootstock to flavorful varieties, this ancient horticultural technique makes heirloom Tomatoes both more productive and more resistant to soil-borne diseases and pests, such as nematodes.
Our stocky seedlings are grown and shipped in 3" pots that are a full 4" deep, so the plants you receive have strong, well-developed root systems. For more information on growing and care, please click on Growing Guide.
SHIPPING GUIDELINES FOR STARTS - Hardiness Zone 7-9 ships early to late April. Zone 2-6 ships early to mid-May to early June.
Please Note: These shipping guidelines are based on normal weather conditions within your zone. We begin shipping to the warmest zones first and then work our way to the colder zones. Due to weather, growth requirements, and product quality, we cannot ship your plants outside of these shipping guidelines.
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