Tomato - Siberian Pot
The plants produce delicious tomatoes ahead of other varieties because Siberians do not require high temperatures to set fruit like other tomatoes – just a few degrees above freezing is all the warmth they need! Tomatoes in 60 Days! Plants set fruit at low temperatures, produce extra early yields, frost resistant, too! Siberian tomatoes really do come from Siberia, producing juicy, flavourful, smooth, round fruit up to 225g in size as early as 60 days from setting out plants.
One of the earliest to crop, producing lots of regular red tomatoes on a comparatively small bush that is tolerant of quite low temperatures making it also a good late cropper.