(8-12 oz.) Berkeley Tie-Dye Tomato is an Heirloom variety selected for its unique coloring and rich old fashion flavor. Fruits range from green with pink and yellow stripes to deep pink with silvery green stripes. When sliced, the flesh appears to truly be tie-dyed! 75-85 days.
Vining plants that are best when staked and trimmed. Can also be used in tall cages. They produce fruit continuously.
9,000-11,000/oz. 7-14 days. 70-75°F.
Sow early indoors in cool climates. Sow 3-5 weeks before predicted last frost. Transplant outside 6-8 weeks from sowing.