Burpee Heirloom Taste Starting Kit Mortgage Lifter, Cherokee Purple, Big Rainbow & Brandywine Pink | 4 Beefsteak Tomato Seed Packets, 4 Pots, 4 Coir Pellets & 4 Plant Markers
Burpee seeds growing since 1876: the beauty of an heirloom tomato is in the eye of the beholder. What heirlooms may lack in uniformity & spherical perfection they make up for in good old-time tomato taste. The heirloom taste collection is a selection of our best open-pollinated heirloom tomatoes. Grow an assortment of the most popular beefsteak from the past 100 years & decide which you like best. Includes four pots to get started along with four full size packets allowing you to plant many more seeds for the season. Enjoy.
Heirloom Seed Product Features:
Each Heirloom Taste Seed Starting Kit includes: 4 Seed Packets, 4 Burpee Plant Markers, 4 Expanding Coir Pellets & 4 Biodegradable Pots
Mortgage lifter: Developed In the 1930’s this heirloom Was cultivated for its huge size. It remains popular today because of its award-winning flavor.
Cherokee Purple: The pre-1890s superbly sweet tomato, is one of the varieties that is credited for the resurgence in heirloom tomatoes.
Big Rainbow: Distinctive organce skin with green and red streaks, this heirloom is low in acidity nad perfect for eating fresh.
Brandywine pink: dating back to the late 1800S, the rich, flavorful taste makes this heirloom beefsteak among the most prized.
Burpee seeds growing since 1876
Developed in the 1930’s this heirloom was cultivated for its huge size. It remains popular today because of its award-winning flavor
The pre-1890s superbly sweet tomato, is one of the varieties that is credited for the resurgence in heirloom tomatoes.
Distinctive orange skin with green and red streaks, this heirloom is low in acidity and perfect for eating fresh.
Dating back to the late 1800s, the rich, flavorful taste makes this heirloom beefsteak among the most prized.
Place one coconut coir pellet flat side up into the biodegradable rice hull pots.
Using warm water, fill the rice hull pot until the coir pellet starts to expand.
Once the soil has expanded, use the wooden soil mixer to fluff then add 3-4 seeds of each tomato into the soil.
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