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Tomato Seeds - Cherry - Chocolate Pear

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  • Seed Count: 10 Seeds
  • Maturity: 90-95 Days from Planting
  • Fruit Characteristics: Chocolate Pear Tomatoes are small, pear-shaped tomatoes with a rich, deep brown color.
  • Average Weight: Approximately 1 ounce per fruit
  • Plant Type: Indeterminate
  • Ideal Growing Conditions: Full sun, well-drained soil
  • Resistance: Moderate resistance to common tomato diseases
  • Usage: Ideal for snacking, salads, and garnishes

History:

The Chocolate Pear Tomato, with its distinctive appearance and flavor, has a unique history in the world of heirloom tomatoes. Originating from a rich heritage of heirloom varieties, this tomato variety has been cherished for its small, pear-shaped fruits and deep brown color. While not as common as traditional red tomatoes, the Chocolate Pear Tomato has gained popularity for its exceptional taste and visual appeal.


Culinary Uses:

Chocolate Pear Tomatoes are known for their rich, sweet flavor with a hint of earthiness. Their small size makes them perfect for snacking, and they add a delightful burst of flavor to salads. These tomatoes are also often used as garnishes due to their unique appearance. Whether enjoyed fresh off the vine or incorporated into various dishes, the Chocolate Pear Tomato offers a distinctive and enjoyable culinary experience.


Growth Habit & Planting Instructions:

Being an indeterminate variety, Chocolate Pear Tomatoes will continuously produce fruit throughout the growing season. To ensure their optimal growth, plant them in full sun and well-drained soil. Start seeds indoors approximately 6-8 weeks before the last expected frost date, and then transplant them outdoors once the weather warms. Allow 24-36 inches of space between plants to accommodate their growth. Due to the weight of the fruit, provide support through staking or caging to prevent bending or breaking of the branches. Regular watering and occasional feeding will help you achieve a robust harvest of these unique and flavorful tomatoes.

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