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Sweet Petite Tomato Seeds (Indeterminate)

South GA Seed Company

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Sweet petite is a bite sized morsel of a tomato. This plant is indeterminate in type and extremely productive, putting off dozens and dozens of tomatoes per plant. Sweet, juicy, mild flavor perfect for snacking or eating in salads. Mid to late season. Perfect if you need ample tomatoes, but only have room for a few plants.

  • QTY: 25
  • Seed Planting Depth: 1/4-1/2" 
  • Germination Temperature: 70-85 
  • Days to Germination: 6-9 
  • Row Spacing: 60" 
  • Plant Spacing: 18-36" 
  • 100' Row Yield: 75 lb 
  • Sun: Full 
  • Harvest time: 80 days 

How to Save Seeds 

Tomatoes are self pollinating, so separate by 50ft is sufficient. Harvest tomatoes when ripe and you can even let them set for a week or so before saving seeds. Once you are ready to harvest simply cut in half scoop out seeds and pulp into a mason jar of water for fermenting. Then seal jar with a lid and place in and warm place out of direct sunlight. After 5 to 7 days of fermenting pour out seeds floating on top of the water along with mold and then pour rest of the good seeds, on the bottom, over a fine mess strainer to catch them. Dry well in fine mesh or paper towels but turn often so they don't stick to paper.

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  • 5
    Huge Producer

    Posted by Brandan Brown on 20th Jun 2023

    I’m in Coastal GA zone 8b and started these seeds the first week of January. They grew no problem and now in June are absolutely massive and produce like crazy. I got my first fruits in early may and now Im picking tomatoes off every couple of days and they taste amazing. They’re nice and small and perfect for snacking or roasting. Huge recommendation!

  • 5
    tall strong plant

    Posted by Beth Applegate on 20th Apr 2021

    I live in GA zone 8b. I started this in a small greenhouse on my front porch and it has done better than all of my other tomato plants. It is the tallest and strongest of my tomato plants so far. It hasn't fruited yet but it's a little early for that anyway.