Tomato 'Dwarf Uluru Ochre'

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2 €

PACKAGING: Sachet Zip lock 12 - 15 SEEDS

The most unusual color. The flesh can melt in your mouth!

1. Original Name: Dwarf Uluru Ochre.

2. History: It originated from a cross between Orange Heirloom and Rosella Purple made by Patrina Nuske Small in 2009 and named Rosy F1. It was later named after Uluru, a huge orange sandstone formation in the central part of Australia. This mountain is sacred for the local Aboriginal people. The variety was stabilized with the participation of a lot of people. Released in 2015.

3. Plant Specifications: Mid-season. Perfect for growing outdoors. Determinate short bush, growing up to 3.3 feet (100 cm) tall. Thick stem, short joints, rugose regular leaves. Regular truss, 3-4 fruits per truss.

4. Training Instructions: No training is required for this unique variety. It is enough just to remove the bottom leaves so that the bush could not become too branchy. You should also tie the main stem and later other stems.

5. Shape and Weight: Salad-type beefsteak fruits. There may be a lot of shallow ribs near the stem end. Weight: 5.3-7 oz. (150-200 g).

6. Color: An unusual combination of reddish-orange and dark green can both take your breath away and leave you confused because you will not know for sure whether your fruits are ripe. However, you will know for sure when they are ripe after you have tasted them for the first time. They are of an intense orange color in a cut. Their color is just amazing so they are really worth the chase and being added to your collection.

7. Flavor Profile: An amazing and very sweet taste with a spicy and fruity tomato flavor. The flesh is buttery, sandy, very soft and plum-like.

8. Culinary Use: Very delicious in salads or as a side dish. A good choice for making wonderful sauces. The fruits keep for a few days after harvesting. No cracks on the skin.

A stable and very interesting variety! One of our favorite varieties.

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