An heirloom from New Holland, Pennsylvania, the Amish Rose Tomato (not to be confused with the Red Rose cross with Brandywine) has such spectacular flavor it wins taste tests all over the country. The size of this Amish Rose Tomato Plant is about the same as Brandywine, averaging 12-16 oz. Indeterminate; 78 days.
Watch the video below for helpful tips on how to plant and care for your tomatoes
Growing Tomatoes requires a few basic things for success:
·Planting after your last frost date in Spring
·Good Soil, with enough room for each plant to
grow, weed free
·6+ hours of sunlight
·At least 1” of rain per week or supplemental
watering to achieve the same amount.
·Organic Vegetable Fertilizer blended for
Tomatoes, with calcium included, used as directed.
·Strong Supports for the plants to grow on.
·Proper pH level from 5.5-6.2
·Daytime temperatures from 70-85, Nighttime
temperatures 55-71 degrees for flowers to form fruit
Large tomatoes productive plants superior taste Amish rose will be in our garden every year.
Amish Rose - Superior Heirloom Tomatoes, October 11, 2016 By Doug
I had two plants of this variety this year. I must have picked at least 25-30 huge 1.5 to 2 pound tomatoes in the past two weeks. The plants tower over all of the other varieties in my garden. I will not forget to reorder these for next year. The meaty tomatoes are very flavorful and they are my absolute favorite.
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