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Seeds of exotic tomatoes Tigerella - cordon variety with short vegetation

Seeds of exotic tomatoes Tigerella - cordon variety with short vegetation
Seeds of exotic tomatoes Tigerella - cordon variety with short vegetation
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Online home and garden catalog semenata.org are happy to offer you the opportunity to get seeds of exotic Tigerella tomatoes, which are a very intriguing variety of tomatoes. These are tomato seeds with an exotic and interesting name - Tigerella. You have already inevitably made an assumption that the Tigerella variety is famous for its so-called attractive tiger color.

The fruits are round, deep red tomatoes with stripes on them, resembling a tiger pattern. A non-standard, exotic, and interesting tomato that does not go unnoticed by sophisticated chefs. It is used to the maximum the way it looks, combined in various decorations and salads, but the memory of its excellent taste remains.

Quite impressive about this variety of tomato - Tigerella is that it is high yielding and resistant to diseases. For people involved in vegetable production, this is a pretty good reason to stop at the variety.

Seeds of exotic tomatoes Tigerella known as tiger tomato can be sown in a greenhouse, a tomato greenhouse of any possible type, and outdoors. Or you can put them in tomato tunnels because they are cordon-type. Another plus for growing.

The vegetation of the tiger tomato is from 55 to 75 days. In order for the seeds of the Tigerella variety to germinate properly, the minimum temperature required is 15 degrees. Regarding their height, they reach 200 centimeters and their width is 50 centimeters in diameter.

Although it is resistant to some types of diseases, the exotic tomato variety Tirgela can be infested by pests such as aphids for example. You can listen to the experts and make sure that the seeds of the exotic tomatoes are sown near mint, chives, or basil.

With this variety of tomatoes, sowing can be done in several stages, according to your choice of harvest period.

For an early harvest, it is good to sow the seeds sometime between the twentieth of January and the twenty-fifth of February. For their mid-early production, this happens throughout the month of March - from the 1st to the 30th. For late harvest from April 25th to May 10th.

To sow an area of ​​one acre, you will need about 30-40 grams of varietal seeds of tiger tomatoes, i.e. a relatively small amount for a large area.

Sowing in rows is done by leaving a distance of 80 to 120 centimeters between them and between the seedlings themselves 35 to 45 centimeters from each other.

Tigerella gives extremely good yields even in cool summers, which makes it a preferred vegetable for every grower.

As we have already mentioned, the use in cooking is also exceptional - salads, dressings, and main dishes. It combines beautifully with various types of vegetables, meat products, and fish. The decoration is an indispensable part when preparing specialties, and as a spectacular vegetable, the special direct variety of Tigerella tomato appears here. See more quality vegetable seeds from our catalog – red pear tomato seeds.

Cut / number of seeds: 0.5 g (125 - 175 seeds)
Sowing rate: From 30 to 40 g/ha by preparing seedlings.
Harvest: High yields.
Sowing period: Early sowing - 20.01 - 25.02, middle - March, late - 25.04 - 10.05.
Planting period: After the end of March.
Cultivation scheme: Outdoors or greenhouses (border variety).
Vegetation: 55-75 days.
Fruit Characteristics: Round fruit, deep red color with orange stripes (Known as Tiger tomatoes or Zebra tomatoes). Great taste and aroma. 

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