Alaska Seeds: Black Beauty Tomato
105 plus Days: transplant outdoors the second week of June or grow inside a high tunnel or in 10 gallon pots in a greenhouse
To have true success with our favorite outdoor grown tomato: you must locate a warm/hot microclimate in your growing space. These tomatoes also need to be pruned. Once the plant reached 1′ start removing the lower leaves. We have used season extension such as a window tepee and burlap if late August turns cold.
Interplant with onions
Alaska Seeds – Black Beauty Tomato Seeds – Thrive in Cold Climate Gardening
Black Beauty Tomato Seeds: A Shade of Night in Your Alaskan Garden
In Alaska’s unparalleled landscape, the Black Beauty Tomato emerges as a garden jewel, merging deep, dramatic hues with a flavor profile to match.
Planting Guide: For thriving Black Beauty tomatoes in Alaska, initiate seeds indoors about 6 weeks prior to the last frost. Ensure they get ample sunlight and are placed in well-draining soil upon transplanting. Using stakes or tomato cages is advised for support as they grow.
Minimum 10 seeds in each packet