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Cherokee Green tomato seeds, Indeterminate Open Pollinated Heirloom big green color and nice taste (Chefs choice award winnter)

Cherokee Green tomato seeds, Indeterminate Open Pollinated Heirloom big green color and nice taste (Chefs choice award winnter)

Organic Cherokee Green tomatoes are both lime green and dark green and then turn slightly pink when they start to ripen. There is a Cherokee Purple heirloom, this is the cousin, the Green Cherokee tomato. They are large slicer and juice tomatoes that you can grow throughout the season. What makes the Green Cherokee interesting is that the taste is milder than a red tomato, and some how does have a slight fruit undertones to it's taste. I have never figured that out, but perhaps it might be fun to try growing these and see for yourself and let me know. This tomato not only won awards at AAS, but also Chef's Choice awards for it's meaty interior and excellent balanced taste.

Packets: 10 (sampler), 20


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Our seeds are hand-packed in paper envelopes and the wax label paper is reused to reach zero waste as much as we can and protect the seeds.

FLAT RATES
Seeds are 1.75 in a stamped bubble-wrap envelope without tracking (no refunds).
There is an option to add tracking for a Flat Rate (up to 20 packets) of $3.95.

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We sell small batches because we think it's important to try a bunch of different types of seeds|plants in your garden, and in your climate, to see what is beneficial.

Our seeds are harvested fresh every Fall when we make small batches to sell.
We also source fresh seeds for the year from local farmers, seed banks, and non-gmo organically grown suppliers.

THAT MEANS:
• Non-GMO
• USA grown
• Open-pollinated
• Untreated (no fungicides, pesticides, herbicides, etc.)
• Tested to meet the highest germination standards

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Seeds

Care Guide

Directions: 6-8 weeks before last frost date in your growing zone, start tomato seedlings indoors. Once closer to planting date (no frost) harden the tomato plants and then when ready, plant in soil outdoors.

Indeterminate
Maturity: 75 Days
Germinate: 7-14 Days
Planting Depth: ¼ Inch
Spacing: 36-48"
Row Spacing: 4-5 Feet
Light : Full Sun

Uses for this Plant

Salad, soups, sauces

Climate Adaptive Qualities

Our Mission

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We sell small batches because we think it's important to try a bunch
of different types of plants in your garden, and in your climate,
to see what is beneficial.

Our seeds are harvested fresh every Fall when we make small batches to sell. We also source fresh seeds for the year from local farmers, seed banks, and non-gmo organically grown suppliers.

THAT MEANS:
• Non-GMO
• USA grown
• Open-pollinated
• Untreated (no fungicides, pesticides, herbicides, etc.)
• Tested to meet the highest germination standards

Shipping

Flat Rate Shipping (we ship as many as you want):

$1.85 for stamped envelope without tracking (no refunds).
$3.99 for envelope with tracking (upgrade in cart).
$35.00 or more = free shipping.

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