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Package of 70 Seeds, Rainbow Mixed Tomato (Black Krim, Black Sea Man, Yellow Brandywine, Tiny Tim, Ace 55 & More!) Non-GMO Seeds by Seed Needs
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- Quality mixture of Tomato seeds packaged by Seed Needs. Each Package displays a colorful illustration on the front side, as well as detailed sowing instructions on the reverse side.
- This mixture of Tomato seeds includes the following varieties: Black Sea Man (Organic), Red Zebra, German Hohnson, Red Brandywine, Tiny Tim, Large Red Cherry, Yellow Brandywine, Pink Brandywine, Black Krim, Black from Tula, Yellow Pear, Ace 55, Beefsteak & Purple Cherokee. (This is a MIXTURE of seeds. All seeds are packaged in one packet, as shown in the image)
- Please note that because the mixture contains so many varieties, you may not receive every single seed variety because there are only 70 seeds in each packet.
- All seeds by "Seed Needs" are guaranteed fresh for the current and following growing season. All Seed Needs packaged products are NON-GMO based products.
- Easy planting instructions printed on each Seed Needs packet along with a colorful picture of the plant.
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Grow our gourmet blend of fresh Tomatoes from tomato seeds. Rainbow Mixture contains 14 of the most tasty tomatoes around, including: Black Sea Man (Organic), Red Zebra, German Hohnson, Red Brandywine, Tiny Tim, Large Red Cherry, Yellow Brandywine, Pink Brandywine, Black Krim, Black from Tula, Yellow Pear, Ace 55, Beefsteak & Purple Cherokee. Tomatoes are easily established from seeds and should be started indoors 6 to 8 weeks prior to the last frost. Colorful mixture of red, yellow, brown, green, and even bi colored tomatoes.
Top Customer Reviews
These are the best tomatoes I've ever grown!
2 particular breeds have done great for me and that's the black krim (which is also the best tasting tomato I've ever had) and the red brandywine they get huge! There are a few cherry tomato breeds that did okay, but did not produce a whole bunch.
Next year I will definitely order the black krim and the red brandywine separately and plant a bunch of them. The greatness of this variety of seeds is that you can figure out what breeds grow best in your area and your particular conditions! And just for fun I might even buy another packet of these just to see what else will come up next year!