The bright yellow fruits hang from the vine like a bunch of grapes. This variety matures early, and tomatoes weigh about 20g each.
Robust and vigorous plant with loose foliage; highly resistant to blight and brown rot. Sunviva prefers deep, humus-rich soil in a breezy, sunny location. Sunviva should be cultivated as a stake tomatoe with one or multiple branches. It is possible to grow Sunviva in pots or in buckets on balconies or terraces.
Sowing: from mid-February. The aim is for the first flowering to occur after the last frost. Planting: in beds or in buckets with a volume of at least 8 litres
After pricking out the seedlings, ensure sufficient light and fresh air or place into a cold frame. Transplant only after mid May as tomatoes are sensitive to frost. They love nutrient-rich, humus soil in sunny areas. Before transplanting, the soil should be loosened and fertilized. After planting, water well until the first significant growth spurt is visible. Afterwards, water sparingly.
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