Tomato 'Stupice'
(60 days)

25 seeds   $2.50                      
Tomato 'Stupice'

Tomato 'Stupice' may look like an ordinary, red tomato. But it's the best early tomato I've ever grown. The small, round fruits are juicy and tangy, and they are produced on compact plants until the first frost. They have disease-resistant, potato-leaf foliage.

Tomato 'Stupice' is one of the first tomatoes to ripen. The name is pronounced Stoo-PEECH-ka. Stupice is an heirloom tomato from Czechoslovakia.

Sowing Stupice Tomato Seeds:
Start seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost date. Sow 1/8" deep. Place the pots in a warm spot to speed germination. The most common causes of poor germination are cold temperatures and burying the seeds too deeply.

Transplant outside when all danger of frost is past. Bury the stem up to the first set of true leaves (tomatoes root along the stem). Full sun. Spacing 30-36". Provide a large tomato cage for support.

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Tomato 'Stupice'
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