Old German Tomato Plants produce large, 1-2-pound, bi-colored fruits that features golden yellow and reddish stripes coloration and a delicious, old-time flavor. Makes a gorgeous slicer! This heirloom is dated to the mid-1800’s and was a favorite of many Mennonite families from the Shenandoah Valley area of Virginia.
Tomato Companion Plants: Carrot, Chive, Garlic Bulbs, Onion, Marigold, Parsley
Tomato Growing Tips
- Watch for green caterpillars that will eat the leaves and fruits, hand pick and destroy as you find them
- To prevent blight and other foliar diseases, it is important to avoid watering the leaves and to use Serenade Garden Disease Control or a copper fungicide as needed
We grow our Old German Tomato Plants organically and guarantee them to arrive alive and thriving!