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Tomato San Marzano
Tomato San Marzano

Tomato San Marzano


Legend has it that the first seed of the San Marzano Tomato came to Campania in 1770, as a gift from the Kingdom of Peru to the Kingdom of Naples. Hey, we would’ve preferred a chest of gold… but now we all get to grow this classic Italian plum tomato, so that’s also pretty cool. Thanks, Peru.

San Marzano is considered by many chefs to be the best in the world. We tend to agree with those chefs. Its skin is an intense red and it peels off easily, which is always a plus. Very little has to be done to these tomatoes to make them taste awesome. That always gets our vote./span>

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RAW Introduction Icon - All year round

Sow in spring and summer, min temp 20C

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Sow in full sun, space plants 50 x 50cm

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Sow in full sun, space plants 50 x 50cm

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Harvest in 60-70 days