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Pantelli, organic seeds

Eco New variety


A small sweet, fruity, red tomato of about 25g with a distinct tip. Pantelli originate from the so-called Piennolo tomatoes which have been cultivated for several centuries in Italy.
It is tall growing with fruits hanging in bunches and is usually grown to be saved for late autumn and winter. The plants are harvested with the root and everything, or cluster by cluster, bundled together and hung up in a cool and airy place for later harvest. Towards the end as a semi-dried fruit. Like most winter tomatoes, the full flavor comes out when cooked. It shows good resistance to leaf mold.

One portion contains about 20 seeds. 


Product number:7394
Scientific name:Solanum lycopersicum
Botanic family:The Nightshade Family - Solanaceae
Days to maturity:70
F1 Hybrid:No
New variety:Yes
Sowing time:Pre-cultivate: February–April
Sowing depth:1 cm
Germination temperature:22-27°C
Germination time:7-14 days
Plant spacing:35-55 cm
Row spacing:50-70 cm
Height:100-120 cm
Plant location:Sun
Seeds/g:300-350 seeds
Other:Prune suckers
Heirloom variety:No

Cultivation advice


Sow indoors just under 1 cm deep 7-8 weeks before setting out, in February-March for cool green houses and in March April for outdoors tomatoes! The best germination temperature is 22-27°C. Let the plants stand in a light airy place and after sprouting preferably at a temperature of 18-20°C. After getting a few real leaves the sprouts should be planted in pots. The temperature can now be lowered further.


Tomatoes need a mutual distance of 35-55 cm and 50-70 cm between rows. 


Pick the tomatoes when they are fully ripe and warm from the sun! If there is risk of frost before all the tomatoes have ripened it is okay to let them after ripen indoors in a dark, cool (8-12°C) place. The whole de-leaved plant can also be hung upside down indoors and harvested gradually. Green tomatoes can be preserved or used for marmalade or fried.  Tomatoes can also be frozen in pieces like peppers and chillies, without parboiling for sauces and casseroles in the future.


A portion contains about 20 seeds. 

300-350 seeds/g. About 5 g for 1000 seedlings.