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Tomato - Amish Paste

Tomato - Amish Paste


4 1/2" Pot

Amish Paste tomatoes are an indeterminate heirloom variety that originated in the Amish community in Wisconsin. They are large, blocky, Roma-type tomatoes with delicious red flesh that is perfect for paste and canning. They have world-class flavor and are a favorite among tomato growers.

Amish Paste tomatoes are indeterminate, which means they will continue to grow and produce fruit throughout the growing season. They are also a vigorous variety, so they will need plenty of space to grow. Amish Paste tomatoes are best grown in full sun and well-drained soil. They should be watered regularly, but not too much, as this can lead to blossom end rot.

Amish Paste tomatoes are ready to harvest about 80 days after planting. The fruits are typically 8 to 12 ounces in size and have a deep red color. They have a thick, meaty flesh that is perfect for making sauce or paste. Amish Paste tomatoes can also be eaten fresh, but they are best used when they are ripe but still firm.

Amish Paste tomatoes are a delicious and versatile variety that is perfect for any home garden. They are a favorite among tomato growers for their world-class flavor and thick, meaty flesh. Amish Paste tomatoes are perfect for making sauce or paste, and they can also be eaten fresh


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