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Mc Clintock's Big Pink Tomato Irish grown

€2,65 EUR

The Mc Clintock's Big pink tomato is another rare tomato hard to find nowadays that we grew in Cork, Ireland, last year. The Mc Clintock's Big Pink is a heirloom tomato variety originating from Mac and Emaline McClintock family of Wellington Maine who are said to have brought back the seeds from Pennsylvania. The seeds were then collected by the family of a SSE member and made available in the Seed Savers 1998 Yearbook. The indeterminate potato leaf type plants produce very good yields of large pink beefsteak tomatoes with an excellent taste. The vigorous plants were producing up to early November. Some make the bold claim that this tomato tastes better than Brandywine. We concur! This is one for the gourmet collector! Seeds grown and seed saved in Cork, Ireland.

Scientific Name: Solanum lycopersicum

Plant Life Cycle: annual

Optimal Germination Temperature: 21-29°C

Germination time in days: 7-14 day

Indicative Days to maturity: 80-120 days

Sunlight: Full sun

Soil requirement: well draining and rich

Sowing and cultivation: Sow in pots from March, at a temperature between 16 and 20°C, under a well-lit shelter, 5 weeks before planting. Transplant the entire root ball in the ground, after the last frosts, at a minimum distance of 50 cm, burying the stem up to the first leaves. Water thoroughly when planting.