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Tomato Seeds - Big Rainbow

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  • Seed Count: 25 Seeds
  • Maturity: 80-85 Days from Planting
  • Fruit Characteristics: Big Rainbow Tomatoes are large, bi-colored tomatoes with vibrant stripes of red and yellow.
  • Average Weight: Approximately 1-2 pounds per fruit
  • Plant Type: Indeterminate
  • Ideal Growing Conditions: Full sun, well-drained soil
  • Resistance: Moderate resistance to common tomato diseases
  • Usage: Versatile tomato suitable for slicing, canning, and sauces

History:
The Big Rainbow Tomato traces its roots to the United States, where it has been cultivated for its striking appearance and delicious flavor. This heirloom variety is beloved by gardeners for its large size and bi-colored flesh, which adds a pop of color to any dish. Its history is steeped in the tradition of heirloom tomatoes, valued for their unique characteristics and culinary versatility. The Big Rainbow Tomato continues to captivate growers and consumers alike with its captivating appearance and exceptional taste.

Culinary Uses:
Big Rainbow Tomatoes are prized for their sweet, yet slightly tart flavor, making them perfect for a variety of culinary applications. Their large size and meaty texture make them ideal for slicing and layering in sandwiches or burgers. Additionally, their vibrant colors add visual appeal to salads and other dishes. These tomatoes can also be used for canning or making sauces, as their rich flavor enhances the taste of soups, stews, and pasta dishes. Whether eaten fresh or cooked, the Big Rainbow Tomato adds a burst of flavor and color to any meal.

Growth Habit & Planting Instructions:
As an indeterminate variety, Big Rainbow Tomatoes will produce fruit continuously throughout the growing season. To ensure optimal growth, plant them in a location with full sun and well-drained soil. Start seeds indoors approximately 6-8 weeks before the last frost date, then transplant them outdoors once the soil has warmed. Space plants about 24-36 inches apart to allow for adequate air circulation and room for growth. Provide support for the plants with stakes or cages to prevent them from sprawling and to support the weight of the fruit. Maintain consistent watering and fertilization to promote healthy growth and a bountiful harvest of these flavorful tomatoes.

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