Yellow Pear Tomato Seeds (Solanum lycopersicum)

Packet of 80 Seeds


Description

Single Packet of 80 Seeds

Grow a garden filled with Yellow Pear Tomatoes, from freshly harvested Solanum lycopersicum seeds. Yellow Pear will produce small, cherry sized, pear shaped fruits. The outer skin has a golden-yellow tint and it's inner flesh boasts a delicious flavor. Yellow Pear Tomato plants often grow to a mature height of about 48 to 72 inches tall and require stakes & supports. You can begin harvesting Yellow Pear Tomatoes in about 75 days from transplanting.

Tomato plants are categorized as annuals, meaning the plants will grow quickly from seed, produce beefsteak like tomatoes through the summer months and later die with the first killing frost. Yellow Pear Tomatoes are perfect for snacking, as well as adding to salads.

Tomatoes have a number of health benefits and are proven to reduce your risk of cancer, including prostate cancer and colorectal cancer. They are also known to combat diabetes, lower blood pressure, aid in heart health, as well as boost your mood & tame depression. They can be enjoyed in a number of ways as explained above, by eating them with burgers, sandwiches and more.

Quick Facts

  • Type: Tomato
  • Heirloom: Yes
  • Color: Yellow
  • Height: 4' to 6' Tall
  • Harvest: 75 Days
  • Fruit Size: 4 oz.
  • Environment: Full Sun

Sowing The Seed

For many Northern gardeners, tomatoes are best established indoors, 6 to 8 weeks prior to the last frost. Start in peat pots, sowing each seed at a depth of 1/4” under topsoil. The use of small stakes is recommended to support the plants as they grow. When the weather is warm & all danger of frost has passed, transplant or direct sow your tomatoes outdoors. The continued use of stakes will benefit a healthy tomato plant.

Growing Conditions

Tomatoes will thrive in an area of full sunlight with temperatures of at least 60F or higher. They prefer a rich soil, that is filled with organic matter. Make sure that the sowing medium is also well drained, as this is very important for a healthy root structure. Adding a light compost to areas containing hard, compact soil, can increase drainage. Water daily with a light moisture setting to avoid drowing the seedlings.

Germination & Growth

Your tomato seeds will begin to germinate in roughly 7 to 14 days after sowing. The plants themselves will grow to a mature height of 4 to 6 feet tall and can grow up to 3 feet wide. Tomato plants will need a fair amount of area to grow and can be spaced about 36 inches apart from one another, in rows spaced 36 inches apart. Stakes & supports are crucial in growing tomato plants, due to their heavy vines.

Harvesting Pink Brandywine Tomatoes

Yellow Pear Tomatoes can be harvested in about 75 days after transplanting. The plants will produce green fruits that can be picked once they are ripe & golden-yellow. Simply pick the fruits that you desire from the vines, gently removing them to avoid damaging the plants. Yellow Pear will produce multiple fruits all summer long.

Common Questions

Question: Are your seeds GMO?
Answer: Absolutely not! At Seed Needs, we have a strong stance against GMO based seed products. We promise to NEVER knowingly carry, or ship GMO based seed products.

Question: Are your seeds orgnic? Or do you offer organic seeds?
Answer: At this time we do not offer certified organic seed varieties. Although some of the seeds in our shop may be from organic suppliers, we do not have the rights label them as such.

Question: Are your seeds Heirloom?
Answer: Yes, we carry a diverse selection of heirloom seeds that are sourced from professional growers that are located all over the globe. A small selection of varieties are Hybrids, and are labeled as such on the product listings.

Question: Are you located within the United States?
Answer: Yes, we store and ship all of our seeds from New Baltimore, Michigan.

Question: Do you ship out of the USA?
Answer: At this time we only ship within the United States. We no longer ship to Canada.

You may be interested in our article "What are Hybrids, GMO's & Heirlooms?"

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