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Russian Black Krim Seeds (Solanum lycopersicum) (aka Black Crimea) Found in Krim, Russia in 1990 by Lars Olov Rosenstrom of Bromma, Sweden. Beefsteak fruits are a unique combination of violet-brown and purple-red-they turn almost black with sufficient sunlight and heat. Excellent full flavor. Indeterminate, 70-90 days from transplant. Sow seeds indoors ¼" deep. Tomatoes are sensitive to freezing temperatures, so wait to transplant outdoors until the soil is warm. Plant in full sun. ►►► IF YOU RECEIVE A SEED PACK THAT DOES NOT SAY 'POWERGROW SYSTEMS USA' - We recommend you send it back as it is likely a substitute brand and we cannot guarantee they will grow. Make sure to purchase from BGS Supplies (the only AUTHORIZED) seller of PowerGrow Seeds. ◄◄◄
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These seeds did ok. Missing a little flavor that I am used to with the Black Krim. when it comes to plants it takes months to see what you really got- I think these are goodPublished 9 days ago by Nicole K.
I would like to tgank you my tiny seeds started growing after I put them in a pot of used coffee grownds and potting soil , these tiny seeds seem to like my potting mix. Read morePublished 9 days ago by valencia carlin
I received a very nice packet labeled "Black Krim". Well, I grew it into a unknown tomato plants which produced fruits totally different with any Black Krim pictures I... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Mr. Khuong
The scraggly plants produced teeny tiny, <1" diameter red grape tomatoes. I also grew cherry tomatoes, which were what they were supposed to be, so these are redundant.Published 16 days ago by PM
TOMATO DID NOT TURN BLACK MAYBE DUE TO WET WEATHER WILL TRY AGAIN NEXT YEAR TO GIVE BETTER REVIEWPublished 23 days ago by charles
they started growing pretty well and suddenly it stop, they won't grow and forget about actually seeing the tomatoes.... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Karim Pacheco