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Napa Chardonnay Tomato By Wild Boar Farms

Napa Chardonnay Tomato By Wild Boar Farms

Yellow Pearlescent Cherry, Sweet Rich Flavor

A highly productive yellow cherry variety, captivates with its pearlescent appearance. These tomatoes boast a very good flavor—sweet and rich. Pleasing everyone who tried it, this variety exhibits exceptional hang-on-the-vine quality. Being early and thriving in both cool and hot conditions.

Sustainably grown in 2.75" pots 

Growing: 

Soil Preparation: 

Napa Chardonnay Tomatoes thrive in well-drained, fertile soil. Enhance the soil by incorporating organic matter like compost. Aim for a slightly acidic to neutral pH level (5.6-7.0) for optimal growth. 

Spacing:

Allow adequate space between plants to encourage air circulation and prevent diseases. Aim for a spacing of 18-24 inches between individual plants. 

Support and Pruning: 

Given the potential for vigorous growth, provide support for Napa Chardonnay Tomato plants early in the growing season. Staking or caging helps prevent sprawling. Regular pruning can manage plant size and stimulate fruit production. 

Watering: 

Maintain consistent moisture levels, especially during the growing season. Tomatoes prefer deep, regular watering rather than shallow and frequent irrigation. Applying mulch around the plants helps retain moisture and suppress weeds. 

Fertilization: 

Feed your Napa Chardonnay Tomato plants with a balanced, all-purpose fertilizer during transplanting and when the first fruits appear. Follow the recommended dosage on the fertilizer package for optimal results. 

Maturation and Harvest: 

Days to Maturity: 

Napa Chardonnay Tomatoes typically take around 70-75 days to reach maturity from the time of transplanting. Harvest the tomatoes when they reach a golden-yellow color, indicating ripeness. A gentle squeeze should reveal a slight softness, indicating the perfect time for harvesting. The flavor is optimal when the tomatoes are fully ripe. 

Storage and Usage: 

Store harvested Napa Chardonnay Tomatoes at room temperature until fully ripe. Enjoy these golden treasures fresh in salads, as a snack, or incorporate them into various culinary creations. 

Cultivating Napa Chardonnay Tomatoes by Wild Boar Farms is an exciting venture for any gardener. The distinctive golden hue and well-balanced flavor make these tomatoes a standout addition to your garden and culinary repertoire. By following the comprehensive guidelines provided, you'll be well on your way to a successful harvest of Napa Chardonnay Tomatoes— a true gem among heirloom varieties. Happy gardening!

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Description

A highly productive yellow cherry variety, captivates with its pearlescent appearance. These tomatoes boast a very good flavor—sweet and rich. Pleasing everyone who tried it, this variety exhibits exceptional hang-on-the-vine quality. Being early and thriving in both cool and hot conditions.

Sustainably grown in 2.75" pots 

Growing: 

Soil Preparation: 

Napa Chardonnay Tomatoes thrive in well-drained, fertile soil. Enhance the soil by incorporating organic matter like compost. Aim for a slightly acidic to neutral pH level (5.6-7.0) for optimal growth. 

Spacing:

Allow adequate space between plants to encourage air circulation and prevent diseases. Aim for a spacing of 18-24 inches between individual plants. 

Support and Pruning: 

Given the potential for vigorous growth, provide support for Napa Chardonnay Tomato plants early in the growing season. Staking or caging helps prevent sprawling. Regular pruning can manage plant size and stimulate fruit production. 

Watering: 

Maintain consistent moisture levels, especially during the growing season. Tomatoes prefer deep, regular watering rather than shallow and frequent irrigation. Applying mulch around the plants helps retain moisture and suppress weeds. 

Fertilization: 

Feed your Napa Chardonnay Tomato plants with a balanced, all-purpose fertilizer during transplanting and when the first fruits appear. Follow the recommended dosage on the fertilizer package for optimal results. 

Maturation and Harvest: 

Days to Maturity: 

Napa Chardonnay Tomatoes typically take around 70-75 days to reach maturity from the time of transplanting. Harvest the tomatoes when they reach a golden-yellow color, indicating ripeness. A gentle squeeze should reveal a slight softness, indicating the perfect time for harvesting. The flavor is optimal when the tomatoes are fully ripe. 

Storage and Usage: 

Store harvested Napa Chardonnay Tomatoes at room temperature until fully ripe. Enjoy these golden treasures fresh in salads, as a snack, or incorporate them into various culinary creations. 

Cultivating Napa Chardonnay Tomatoes by Wild Boar Farms is an exciting venture for any gardener. The distinctive golden hue and well-balanced flavor make these tomatoes a standout addition to your garden and culinary repertoire. By following the comprehensive guidelines provided, you'll be well on your way to a successful harvest of Napa Chardonnay Tomatoes— a true gem among heirloom varieties. Happy gardening!

Shipping Information

Ships from Northern CA.

Cannot ship to the following states: AK, HI, PR, VI, GU

Shipping Weight: 0.5 lb

Dimensions: 2.75"L x 2.75"W x 6.0"H

Features

  • Attracts Bees/Butterflies
  • Exotic Heirloom-Based Tomato
  • Greenhouse Compatible
  • Grow on a Trellis
  • Requires Staking
  • Requires Summer Water

Characteristics

USDA Growing Zone: 3 - 10
Approximate Harvest Time : Early Fall
Approximate Harvest Time : Late Summer
Growth Habit : Indeterminate
Life Cycle : Tender Annual
Plant Family : Solanaceae (Nightshades)
Planting Time : Spring
Planting Time : Summer
Soil pH : 5.6 - 6.0
Soil pH : 6.1 - 6.5
Soil pH : 6.6 - 7.0
Sun Requirements : Full Sun
Tomato Type : Cherry

Planting & Care

Soil and Water: Tomatoes love fertile soil rich in organic matter. Add plenty of compost prior to planting. Soil pH is preferred between 5.6-7.0. Mulch to preserve moisture. Avoid wetting the foliage when watering. 

Planting and Growing: Provide ample spacing between plants, typically 18-24 inches, to facilitate proper air circulation and accommodate the potential for vigorous growth. Due to the potential for sprawling growth, offer support to Tomato plants early in the season. Staking or caging helps maintain an upright structure. Regular pruning can manage size and stimulate fruit production. 

Harvesting and Storage: Harvest when fruits give slightly under finger pressure; the shoulders may not have changed color yet.

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