Mexico Midget Tomato
Mexican Midget Tomato No hybrid comes close to this variety for huge tomato flavor in small package. Plants are absolutely loaded with hundreds of ½” dark red fruits. An incredible flash of tomato flavor. Season after season, we are amazed as these plants crank out buckets of tomatoes.
Mexican Midget Tomato History
No hybrid comes close to this variety for huge tomato flavor in small package. An incredible flash of tomato flavor. One of the best fresh-eating tomatoes we’ve ever had. The Mexico Midget surely has wild genes in its heritage. This variety was winner of Seed Savers Exchange’s 2014 Tomato Tasting at Heritage Farm. The Spanish brought the small yellow tomato to Europe and the Philippines. The climate in Italy allowed for many new varieties of tomato to develop with intense flavor. Alexander W Livingston took North American tomato varieties and upgraded them to a commercial crop.
How To Grow a Mexican Midget Tomato
plant them 1/4 inch deep and 1 inch apart in flats placed in a warm, sunny room. Once the seedlings grow their second set of leaves (the first true leaves), transplant them to plastic cups, burying the stems deeper than before. This encourages a strong root system. If you’re buying transplants from a nursery, you’ll also want to let them develop a solid root system before planting. Plant your tomato plants deeper than they come in the pot, all the way up to the top few leaves. When planted this way, tomatoes are able to develop roots all along their stems. And more roots make for a stronger plant. You can either dig a deep hole or simply dig a shallow trench and lay the plant sideways.
Preserving And Storing a Mexican Midget Cherry Tomato
Among the many types of canned tomatoes we find on the grocery store shelves is tomato puree, which is often an ingredient in recipes for pasta sauce and tomato-based soups. Tomato purée is silky smooth and free of any seeds or skin that tend to make their way into chopped tomatoes or tomato sauce.
Mexican Midget Recipes
Tomatoes simmered with fresh basil and cream are basically all it takes to make this supremely comforting, satisfying pasta with tomato cream sauce.
Tomatoes are the major dietary source of the antioxidant lycopene, which has been linked to many health benefits, including reduced risk of heart disease and cancer. They are also a great source of vitamin C, potassium, folate, and vitamin K.
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Packet (100 seeds), Packet (250 seeds), Packet (500 seeds), 1/2 Ounce
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