Pineapple Tomato Seedlings

Certified Organic

Solanum lycopersicum

A sweet and slightly citrusy tomato of substantial size

A Slice of Fresh Self-Care. How do you treat yourself? If you have a hard time remembering to do something kind for your number one, a jar full of self-care suggestions can help. Whether you take a nap, cuddle with your dog, drink some water, or paint your nails bright purple, any self-care activity can be enhanced by growing your own food. Choose varieties that brighten your plate, your palate, and your mood. Releasing the tropical vibes of a freshly picked and sliced Pineapple Tomato can turn any day into a treat-yourself day.


This item has sold out for pre-order. In-person shopping of seedlings is available at 11 Airport Road, Accord, NY, 12404, beginning August 5th, 2024.
Single seedling in 4" pot $4.69 Sold out for 2024 preorders.

Start seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost, providing warmth, light, and air circulation. Transplant after frost, and provide support; this indeterminate variety grows up to 6' high. Prune the plants when they start to produce suckers. Harvest the beefsteak fruits at peak ripeness; they will be richly orange gold in color, with a blush of red radiating from the base.

Days to Germination 6-8 days
Days to Maturity 85 from transplant
Planting Depth ¼"
Spacing in Row 36"
Spacing Between Rows


Height at Maturity 72"
Width at Maturity 18"
Sun Preference Full Sun
Growth Habit Indeterminate

Bringing her signature unbridled sunshine and a theme of self-care through gardening, Candii Kismet's digital illustration is a celebration of this sweet, fruity-flavored tomato and the healing joy of home grown food.

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