Stupice Organic

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Quick Facts:

    • Wonderfully sweet with a tangy finish
    • Extra early, cold-tolerant, high yielding
    • Heirloom from Czech Republic
    • Indeterminate (vine)
    • Open-pollinated seeds
    • Matures in 60-65 days

Stupice Organic

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CERTIFIED ORGANIC! Pronounced "stoo-PEET-say." Stupice Organic tomato seeds are easy to grow and the hardy vines thrive in a variety of adverse climates with short growing season. Sets easily in cold weather, one of the earliest producers on the West Coast. Enjoy prolific yields all summer long!

The earliest Stupice tomatoes are sometimes mild, but flavour rapidly improves. Stupice have wonderfully sweet flavour with a tangy finish that tastes great fresh but truly shines when cooked into sauces or baked into tarts. Stupice also makes terrific soup!

A variety originating in the Czech Republic, Stupice Organic tomato seeds were introduced to North America in 1976. Plants are a naturally disease resistant, compact indeterminate (vine) type with attractive potato leaves. Small fruits 5 cm (2") in diameter grow in clusters on easy to manage vines 1.2-1.8 meters (4-6') tall.

Indeterminate (vine) Matures in 60-65 days. (Open-pollinated seeds)

Size: SKU: Price: Availability: Quantity: Total:
0.1g (approx. 46 seeds) TM761A $3.39 In stock $0.00
1g (approx. 465 seeds) TM761B $7.99 In stock $0.00
5g (approx. 2325 seeds) TM761C $16.99 In stock $0.00
10g (approx. 4650 seeds) TM761D $31.99 In stock $0.00
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Quick Facts:

    • Wonderfully sweet with a tangy finish
    • Extra early, cold-tolerant, high yielding
    • Heirloom from Czech Republic
    • Indeterminate (vine)
    • Open-pollinated seeds
    • Matures in 60-65 days

How To Grow

Summer-ripened tomatoes are a good source of vitamin C and beta-carotene. The lycopene in the tomatoes is an anti-oxidant, but is only released when the tomatoes are cooked. They also contain compounds that block cancer-causing nitrosamines. We use the convention of Bush to mean determinate (fruit set more or less all at once on short plants). Vine means indeterminate (fruit sets over a longer time on tall-growing plants). Follow along with this handy How to Grow Tomatoes Guide and grow some food.