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Tomato Seeds - Wapsipinicon Peach

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  • Seed Count: 25 Seeds
  • Maturity Date: Approximately 75-80 days from planting
  • Plant Type: Determinate
  • Fruit Size: 2-3 inches in diameter
  • Flavor Profile: Sweet with a unique peachy color
  • Ideal for: Fresh eating, salads, sandwiches, canning, and making tomato sauce
  • Growth Habit: Compact, well-suited for both indoor and outdoor cultivation
  • Special Features: Heirloom variety, open-pollinated

History: The Wapsipinicon Peach tomato, with its intriguing name and distinctive characteristics, is an heirloom variety treasured in the world of tomato cultivation. This variety is celebrated for its unique appearance, resembling the fuzzy skin of a peach, and its delightful sweet flavor. Originating from generations of careful selection and cultivation, it has been preserved and passed down due to its unique qualities and adaptability.

Uses: These tomatoes are perfect for a variety of culinary uses. Their sweet flavor and attractive appearance make them a great choice for fresh eating, adding a pop of color and taste to salads and sandwiches. The determinate growth habit, producing a set amount of fruit at once, makes them particularly suitable for canning or creating rich tomato sauces.

Growth Habit & Planting Instructions: Wapsipinicon Peach tomatoes thrive best when planted in a sunny location with well-draining soil. After the last frost, sow the seeds at a depth of approximately 1/4 inch, spacing plants about 24-36 inches apart. Regular watering and occasional fertilizing will encourage healthy growth. Being a determinate variety, they grow to a certain size and produce fruit all at once, which may require staking or caging for support as the fruit develops. Harvest the tomatoes when they attain their full color and slightly soft texture, which indicates ripeness. This variety's open-pollinated nature also allows gardeners to save seeds for future planting, making it a sustainable choice for heirloom tomato enthusiasts.

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