Yellow Pear Tomato
Yellow Pear Tomato is an indeterminate, heirloom variety that produces loads of sweet, pear-shaped tomatoes throughout the entire growing season. Yellow fruits grow in clusters. Solanum lycopersicum. 70 days to maturity.
50 seeds per packet
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Yellow Pear Tomato is an indeterminate, heirloom variety that produces an endless supply of small tomatoes throughout the entire growing season. Plants are heavily vining and can grow as large as 8' tall. As a result, we recommend using a solid support like our heavy-duty tomato cages. Yellow Pear Tomato produces small, yellow fruits that have a tangy, almost citrus flavor. Fruits are shaped like a pear with a thin neck and bulb at the bottom. Yellow Pear tomatoes grow in huge clusters and will continue to produce through the heat of summer. These tomatoes are delicious when eaten raw off the vine, but make an excellent addition to salads and other raw preparations.
Tomatoes are in the nightshade family along with peppers and eggplant. Plants in the nightshade family are susceptible to blossom end rot, which is a result of a calcium deficiency. To prevent or alleviate this problem, apply pelleted gypsum at the base of the plant at bloom set. Tomatoes do best when transplanted, as the germination time can be longer than most vegetable seed. They grow very well in our heavy-duty seed starting trays. Plants should be started 4-6 weeks before the intended outdoor planting date. If conditions outside are favorable, transplants may be planted directly from our 162 cell trays. If conditions are still too cold for planting tomatoes, transplants may be "stepped-up" to 4" pots to allow more room to grow. Tomatoes can produce heavy fruits and will require some form of support to keep the plant upright. This ensures that plants and fruits stay off the ground, reducing the possibility of disease and keeping fruits clean.
Yellow Pear Tomato Planting Information
Planting Method: transplant
When to Plant: after last frost
Planting Depth: 1/4"
Seed Spacing: 2'
Row Spacing: 3-4'
Days to Maturity: 70
Disease Resistance: None