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Indigo Blue Berries Purple

Indigo Blue Berries Purple


Tomato - Cherry
Solanum lycopersicum
The Indigo Blue Berries is as appealing to the palate and eye as its name implies. The plants produce trusses of delectable, little, 25 g - 50 g cherry tomatoes. The green fruit quickly develop purple tops and crimson bottoms, ripening to a midnight black tone. The fruit contains high levels of anthocyanins, a naturally occurring antioxidant (that reveals in the vibrant indigo pigmentation) reported combating disease. For the best sparkling flavour and texture, harvest when the colours have deepened.
Large Indet.
25-50 g
CULTURAL PRACTICES: Sow indoors under grow lights, approximately 6 to 8 weeks before last frost in your region. Harden off before planting outdoors. Grow best at 21-24° C or higher. SOIL: Prepare the ground by working in plenty of well-rotted manure or compost at least 30 cm deep. Apply a general fertilizer before planting. SPACING: Set out 45 to 60 cm apart in rows 90 cm apart. The indeterminate types they need 38 to 45 cm between plants in rows spaced 45 to 50 cm apart and they need a stakes. GROWING TIPS: Tomatoes tolerate a wide range of fertile and well-drained soils. They require even moisture. Be careful however not to over-water as this will reduce their flavour. Grow in a warm, sunny spot. HARVESTING: Pick fruits as they ripen. Before frost, pull the plants up by the roots and hang them upside down indoors to help the fruits ripen.
10 s/p
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