Stupice Tomato

Solanum lycopersicum | SKU: 0667A
1 Reviews
$3.25 to $34.00
  • Organic
  • Clusters of 2" red fruit
  • Early maturing and productive variety
  • Potato leaf foliage
  • Produces well in northern climates
  • Indeterminate - Fruit ripens throughout the season
  • 55-70 days from transplant

$3.25 to $34.00

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Item Details

One of four tomato varieties sent to the U.S. from the former Czechoslovakia by Milan Sodomka. Compact plants with potato leaf foliage loaded with clusters of 2" fruits. Quite early, great flavor. Heavy yields all season. Produces well in northern climates. Indeterminate, 55-70 days from transplant.

Learn to Grow Stupice Tomato

Start Indoors: 6 weeks before last frost

Germination: 7-14 Days

Plant Outdoors: 24-36” Apart

Support: Cage, stake, or trellis

Instructions - 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.

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Prolific fruiting plant, even in the cold

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I live in the Pacific Northwest, and it has been a very cold summer so far with a few searing hot days. It has gotten as low as 40 at night some nights. I started my tomato seeds indoors in early February and didn't put my plants out until mid-May. I almost didn't put my stupice starts out as they were TINY compared to my others. Boy am I glad I planted them anyway. They were my first plants to set fruit and the first to ripen. As I type, I have two handfuls of fruit on my counter from one plant. The fruit size varies greatly--some bigger, some cherry-sized--but these things are prolific. The plants have handled the crazy weather without any pampering, and they are the only plants I haven't pruned heavily to encourage more fruit development. I will definitely be planting these again. If they produce this well in such an off/cold year, I can't wait to see what they do in a warmer summer!