Alaska Seeds: Moskvitch Tomato Seeds – A Heirloom Delight
Discover Tradition in Every Bite
True Heirloom Taste: Step into a world of flavor with Moskvitch Tomatoes. As heirloom and open-pollinated seeds, these tomatoes bring out tastes we’ve loved for years.
Bright and Ready for Anything: These tomatoes shine in salads, sauces, and slices. Besides, their bright red color lights up both your garden and dishes.
Perfect for Alaska: Here’s the best part. Moskvitch Tomatoes ripen early and handle cold well. So, they’re ideal for Alaska’s unique weather. In fact, they let you start gardening even in short growing seasons.
Planting Guide for Alaska:
- Starting Off: First, kick things off indoors. Do this 6-8 weeks before the last expected frost.
- Moving Out: Wait till they have 2 sets of true leaves. Also, ensure no frost is on the horizon. Then, move them outdoors.
- Give Them Space: Find a sunny spot with good soil. Make sure you place them 24-36 inches apart.
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The perfect early medium size slicing tomato!
Gorgeous cherry red coloring with semi sweet tart flesh
80-100 days to ripening on the vine in Alaska
Start seeds indoor towards the end of March and set outside the first or second week of June in the far North. Make sure to “pot up” frequently to avoid leggy plants.
Sow seeds 1/4″ deep and use a heat mat to speed germination.
Minimum 10 seeds per packet