Heirloom Tomato Plant
Proven To Have An Aroma, Flavor, & Freshness Money Can't Buy! Perfect for growing in the PNW - garden or patio ready. Award-winning tomato on the West Coast and favored by many chefs.
PRODUCT INFORMATION AND CARE
The Black Krim is an heirloom tomato originating from Crimea, a peninsula in the Black Sea disputed between Ukraine and Russia. "Krim" is the Ukrainian word for Crimea. The plant is an open-pollinated, indeterminate, bearing 8 ounce flattened globe fruits that are dark reddish-purple to black with green/brown shoulders.
Be sure to install a trellis, stakes, or tomato cage, as Black Krim tomato plants require support. Black Krim tomato care is really no different than with any other type of tomato. Provide growing tomatoes with 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5 cm.) of water each week. The goal is to maintain even soil moisture, helping to prevent blossom rot and cracked fruit. Water at the base of the plant if possible, using drip irrigation or a garden hose. A layer of mulch, such as shredded leaves or straw, will conserve moisture and help control growth of weeds. Side dress plants with a small amount of balanced fertilizer at four and eight weeks after transplanting. Don’t overfeed; too little is always better than too much.
Read more at Gardening Know How: Black Krim Tomato Care – How To Grow Black Krim Tomatoes https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/vegetables/tomato/black-krim-tomato-care.htm
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