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Black Sea Man Tomato Seeds

Black Sea Man Tomato Seeds

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The Black Sea Man Tomato is an heirloom coming all the way from Russia that delivers a delicious palette of flavors! A very productive variety, you won't want to miss out on growing this dark beauty!

These tomato plants will grow to be around 4 ft. tall. Watch as they produce plenty of dark, 4-5" wide fruits that have smooth skin and slight ribs toward the tops. The colors are magnificent, ripening early to rich mahogany, to black, and finally to a dark green color. Inside the fruits, you'll see a deep reddish-green color.

Enjoy delectably sweet, creamy, and tangy flavors when you take a bite of the Black Sea Man Tomato. This is a variety you can use fresh in tomato salads, sandwiches, toppings, and more. In Russia, the Black Sea Man Tomato is typically enjoyed sliced on Russian Black bread. Grab a packet of these seeds today!

This is a determinate tomato variety. Although plants grow large (up to 4 feet), they can still be grown in large containers.

  • Species: Solanum lycopersicum
  • Flavor: Sweet, Tangy
  • Origin: Russia
  • Size: 4”
  • Weight: 12-16 oz.
  • Plant Height: 4 ft.
  • Days to Maturity: 75 Days

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  • Origin: Russia

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
    Canda Stewart
    Great production

    I grew these last year, and that garden didn't even have great soil, but I still good yield and some very large tomatoes.

    Rosemary Hurd
    slow to germinate

    I was late getting my seeds started this year & was all set to be disappointed
    since they were slow to germinate but eventually every seed sprang up. They're
    still small but so far so good. I'll try to remember to update once I have tomatoes.