Tomato 'Livingston'Stone's Dwarf'

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PACKAGING: Sachet Zip lock 12 - 15 SEEDS

1. Original Name:
Livingston’s Dwarf Stone.

2. History:
Not related to the Dwarf Tomato Project. An old heirloom variety introduced by Livingston Seed Company in 1902. You can follow this link to read about the interesting biography of Alexander W. Livingston, one of the best-known American seed producers of the 19th century:

3. Plant Specifications:
Mid-season. A good choice for growing outdoors and in a greenhouse. Determinate dwarf bush, growing up to 2-2.3 feet (60-70 cm) tall. Large and slightly rugose regular leaf. Regular truss, 4-5 fruits per truss.

4. Training Instructions: No pruning is required. It is recommended just to tie the longest stems and to remove the bottom leaves as they grow so that the bush could get a good airflow and could not become too branchy.

5. Shape and Weight:
Round and smooth fruits. Weight: up to 7 oz. (200 g).

6. Color: Typical red.

7. Flavor Profile: Moderately sweet, with a tomato flavor. The word 'Stone' in its name means that the fruits are firm and meaty and the walls are thick.

8. Culinary Use: These firm fruits ripen evenly and keep well after harvesting. A perfect tomato for 'meaty' salads, thick ketchup and sauces. A good choice for sandwiches and pizza.

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