(5 oz.) Siberian tomato features early, bright red fruits capable of setting at 38°F; however Siberian is not frost hardy. Rumored to have been smuggled out of Russia in 1975. 48-50 days.
Bush or spreading plants that can be left unsupported or put on short poles, trellises and in cages. They produce one main crop.
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.