Stone Ridge Tomato
Use for fresh eating, roasting, or saucing.
Larry Fuchser of Stone Ridge, New York, gave us the original seeds of this variety, along with this memorable description: "Mine have a rich, bulbous, deeply creased full-bodied sensuosity," wrote Larry in the G-rated part of his email. "May her sexy hips live long and flourish." If you find any that are, in his words, pathetically acuminated, please don't save seed from those. Rather, help us keep Stone Ridge curvaceous by selecting the wider, rounder, and more deeply lobed fruit.
|Art Pack (25 seeds)||$4.49||In Stock | Packed for 2023|
|25 seeds||$3.99||In Stock | Packed for 2023|
|75 seeds||$7.99||In Stock | Packed for 2023|
|225 seeds||$13.49||In Stock | Packed for 2023|
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Indeterminate. Start indoors 6-10 weeks before last frost. Transplant after all threat of frost has passed. Begin pruning and staking when plants reach 12-18" high. Can reach heights up to 8'. Requires full sun, moderate soil, and infrequent watering. Harvest when fruits begin to soften, when colored red with yellow-green shoulders.
|Days to Germination||3-10 days|
|Days to Maturity||90 days from transplant|
|Spacing in Row||18-24"|
|Spacing Between Rows||36"|
|Height at Maturity||78"|
|Sun Preference||Full Sun|
Artwork by Josephine Bloodgood. Josephine is an artist and curator living in New York's Hudson Valley. She has exhibited paintings at galleries and small museums across the United States.