Berkley Tie-Dye Pink Tomato
Who wouldn’t love a tomato with this psychedelic name? This is another cultivar we tried this for the first time last year and absolutely loved. Like the Little Lucky, this one is a multi-color show stopper. The skin is a rich burgundy color, streaked with shimmering green stripes. The interior is a deep rose color with golden streaks. The plant is a prolific producer of large, beefsteak style tomatoes. Last year we tried Berkley Tie-Dye Pink and Cherokee Purple side by side and Berkley Tie-Dye Pink won hands down in terms of outstanding flavor and productivity.
Tomatoes plants MUST be protected from frost. In Ellensburg, I wait until June 1 to plant out any tomato plants (after hardening them off), and have frost blankets ready if it looks like nighttime temperatures will dip. Berkley Tie-Dye Pink can start producing 68 days after being planted out.
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