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Tomato Seeds - Amish Paste

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  • Indeterminate, Heirloom
  • Large and Perfect for Paste, Canning, and Sauce
  • Yields Until Frost; Prefers Full Sun Exposure

Fast Facts

Life Cycle:Annual
Light Requirement:Full Sun
Planting Season:Warm Season
Fruit Size:5-8 oz
Days to Maturity:60-90 Days
Plant Spacing:18-36 inches
Planting Depth:1/4-1/2 inch
Sowing Method:Start Indoors
Water Needs:Average
Cold Stratification:No
Seeds per Packet:300 mg
Hardiness Zones:3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Ships:Year Round
Plant Type:Indeterminate
Features:Heirloom

About Tomato Seeds - Amish Paste

HEIRLOOM - OPEN POLLINATED

Buy Tomato Seeds by the Packet or in Bulk

Grow Heirloom Tomatoes - Amish Paste Tomato Seeds:

Considered the ultimate paste tomato, Amish Paste is a big, delicious red-flesh Roma tomato that is perfect for paste, canning, and sauce. One of the largest tomatoes of this variety, these seeds were originally sourced from the Amish in Lancaster, PA.

Fast Facts

Life Cycle:Annual
Light Requirement:Full Sun
Planting Season:Warm Season
Fruit Size:5-8 oz
Days to Maturity:60-90 Days
Plant Spacing:18-36 inches
Planting Depth:1/4-1/2 inch
Sowing Method:Start Indoors
Water Needs:Average
Cold Stratification:No
Seeds per Packet:300 mg
Hardiness Zones:3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Ships:Year Round
Plant Type:Indeterminate
Features:Heirloom

About Tomato Seeds - Amish Paste

HEIRLOOM - OPEN POLLINATED

Buy Tomato Seeds by the Packet or in Bulk

Grow Heirloom Tomatoes - Amish Paste Tomato Seeds:

Considered the ultimate paste tomato, Amish Paste is a big, delicious red-flesh Roma tomato that is perfect for paste, canning, and sauce. One of the largest tomatoes of this variety, these seeds were originally sourced from the Amish in Lancaster, PA.

How to Grow Amish Paste Tomatoes

When to Plant Tomato Seeds

You can start tomatoes indoors or go straight to your garden bed.

If starting indoors, plant 4-6 weeks before the last killing frost. Transplanting is best done 1 to 2 weeks after the average date of the last frost for your region.

If starting in your garden bed, wait 1-2 weeks after the last killing frost to plant.

Where to Plant Tomato Seeds

If planting directly in your garden, choose area that has plenty of light and well draining soil.

How to Plant Tomato Seeds

Planting in a growing tray for indoor start: Fill each spot with soil leaving a quarter inch at the top. Put 2-3 seeds per container then sprinkle soil on top. Keep soil moist but not soaked. Once plants start forming, more water can be applied. Keep in area that allows for plenty of sunlight and rotate regularly.

Directly planting in garden: Plant in rows with 2-3 seeds per section with about 2' separation from next section. Add stakes as needed to keep plants upright.

How to Harvest Tomatoes

When the tomato is 1/2 green and 1/2 pink is when you can start harvesting your tomato. It will continue to ripen once picked. Keep in cool place to allow it to ripen without damaging the fruit or losing flavor or nutrients.

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