seeds production: beginner
Siberian Tomato (Lycopersicon lycopersicum)
Siberian Tomato (Lycopersicon lycopersicum): is the tomato more resistant to high temperatures than anyone other. According to some source, It seemed to arrive in Russia in 1975 , according to others, it arrive thanks to Bill McDorman who got the seeds from the Siberian Institute of Horticulture.
It is an early spec, if sow in spring, gives a lot of fruits ready in 60 days. Plant give us bunches of red, round shaped, thin skin and tasty fruits , good for many recipes. This plant can be easily sow both on soil or vase.
Particularly recommend for cool climates.