Tomato Seeds - Sheboygan
- 10 Seeds
- 80 Days to Maturity from Transplant
- Indeterminate Growth Habit
- Originated from Lithuanian Immigrants
- Perfect for Canning and Sauces
- Pasty Pink Flesh Full of Flavorful Juices
- Mild yet Sweet Flavor Profile
- High Yielding Variety
Originating from the expertise of Lithuanian immigrants over a century ago, the Sheboygan tomato has been revered for its superior qualities for generations. Named after the city of Sheboygan, Wisconsin, this tomato carries the legacy of those skilled in the art of canning, and it reflects their profound knowledge and preference for outstanding produce.
The Sheboygan tomato is a cook's dream. With its pasty pink flesh rich in flavorful juices, it lends itself perfectly to a wide range of culinary applications. Its mildly sweet profile shines when made into sauces, offering a richness that complements many dishes. Moreover, its consistency and flavor make it a prime candidate for canning, ensuring that the taste of summer can be enjoyed all year round. This tomato's adaptability in the kitchen is only matched by its prolific nature, ensuring a bountiful harvest every time.
Growing Habits & Planting Instructions:
The Sheboygan tomato, being indeterminate, will continue to grow and produce fruit until killed by frost, offering a prolonged harvest season. Start your seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last expected frost, transplanting them outdoors once the threat of frost has passed. Choose a sunny spot with well-draining soil. Water consistently, especially during the flowering and fruiting stages, to ensure a healthy yield. As this is an indeterminate variety, it's recommended to provide some form of support, like staking or caging, to accommodate its sprawling growth and heavy fruit yield.