Organic Tomato Seeds
Doesn’t matter if you want to cultivate Cherry-, Roma-, Meat- or wild tomato. With us you can find you favorite tomato and the Tomato Seeds in organic premium quality.
Buy organic tomato seeds – special quality with great service
We offer all hot and delicacy lovers also tomatoes in organic premium quality. The tomato is an elementary part of a lot of Mediterranean dishes and that is well known to the chilihead from a lot of different subjects like BBQ Sauce and it is also a must have for a lot of dinners. This is why the most of you also cultivate tomatoes besides the hot pods. We offer here an excellent diversity of 20 organic tomato varieties that also have a great variation when it comes to the taste, usage and form. You can find here organic tomato varieties that can be aged as well as varieties that are eaten fresh. Our tomatoes can aid you in making the ketchup, salsa or pasta sauce that you love.
WHY ARE ORGANIC TOMATO SEEDS BETTER?
Ecological seed for field, greenhouse, garden or balcony box. At Pepperworld you will only find organically certified seeds. That means for you::
- Seed stable varieties, not hybrid varieties.
- Seed propagation without genetic engineering.
- Sustainable development.
- Variety diversity.
- Best seed quality and high germination capacity.
- Regionality: Seeds are produced in Germany and surrounding countries.
- Technical exchange with other breeders, similarly structured seed companies and organizations.
- Biodynamic / organic breeding is promoted.
- Transparency: Traceability back to the propagation field.
- Robust plants will continue to provide healthy, tasty vegetable varieties for market and home gardeners in the future.
This is how you can simply find your favorite tomato variety!
For every single variety you can find a description to the following attributes of the tomatoes that we offer:
- Fruit form – do you like the heart shaped tomatoes or do you prefer the tomatoes that are round?
- Color of the tomatoes – from cream to green, yellow and red we have a lot of colors on offer!
- Raping period – is the organic tomato variety one from which you can harvest the fruits also a little bit earlier or is it one that you can enjoy the fruits only in the late summer?
- Growth form – stick, bush or wild tomatoes? What do you want to have?
- Uses – do you want to enjoy the tomato fresh, dry it or do you want to prepare delicious sauces?
- Type – cherry tomatoes, Roma tomatoes, flesh tomatoes, or wild tomatoes – what do you want to have?
- Plant it in a greenhouse – when is the ideal point to plant the tomatoes in a protected environment?
14 hints in order to bring your organic tomatoes to have a high yield!
Don't save on the sowing soil and count on the right organic tomato seed quality. With us you are of course in the right spot.
- Do you want to free the earth that you have from the hardware store from fungi and bacteria? You can use the microwave for this. Simply put the earth that has been moisturized in advance for at least 5 minutes in the microwave and let it cool down afterwards.
- An alternative is to use the Jiffy pallets for the seeding of the organic tomatoes. You can also use a germination station with a small greenhouse and a warming matt and you are ready to go. Ideal seeding is between January and March.
- When transplanting the tomatoes please pay every time close attention that from the long stem, only a small part stays above the earth in order to aid the plant to build new roots in the different parts of the stem.
- Tomato plants grow while germinating long stems. This happens if there is not enough light or if the temperature during the germination phase is too high. In this case you need take off the lid when the plant begins to germinate. Also at this point you can turn off the heat and find a place where there is more light to place the tray.
- In every case wait until the end of May before bringing the plants outside.
- Tomato plants like a mix of 50% compost and 50% earth – this offers the plants the right base of nutrients.
- If you see leaves that have flees, the biggest enemy of the tomatoes, remove these also from the younger pants. This way young and healthy leaves can grow after.
- Against late blight use a clay pot that has a diameter of at least 10 cm. Put this next to the plant in the greenhouse or outside. When watering in the clay pots fungi cannot come from the earth to the leaves of the tomatoes. Leave also a space of 80 cm between the different plants so that the tomatoes can dry out easily and the different infections cannot spread as easily from a tomato to another.
- Plant the tomatoes outside if you do not have a greenhouse in a large pot than rather directly into the soil. When making this the risk of late blight is strongly diminished if the plants are put in a place that is protected against the sun and rain.
- When the plants are planted in a pot or outdoors they need the right support!
- Please watch out and fertilize your tomato plant every 2 weeks and starting as soon as the first blossoms start to appear.
- Pollinate the plants by hand, by gently shaking the plant. Since the tomatoes have hermaphrodite flowers they can pollinate themselves.
- In a tissue you can store the tomatoes individually wrapped for a couple of weeks after you have harvested these. They are best kept in a cold and dry cellar.
- If you need inspiration on how you can use the harvest from your tomatoes then you are exactly right here. You can find a lot of inspiration and great ideas in our shop.
Do you need new inspiration on how to use the harvest of your successful organic tomato sowing? Here are some recipe inspirations. Quite simply you can make ketchup yourself, we show you here how.
Make Ketchup yourself - Of course Hot
Making ketchup itself is not difficult at all, in addition to your sun-ripened tomatoes you need above all fun in experimenting.
- 1 kg of tomatoes
- 1 small onion
- 1 tsp dried parsley
- 100 ml balsamic vinegar (if you want to be extra special you can also use malt vinegar)
- 45 g sugar brown
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1 pinch of freshly ground white pepper
- 1/2 tsp. Habanero powder
- 1/2 cinnamon sticks
- 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
- 1/2 tsp. Mustard seed
- 1/2 teaspoon fennel seed
- Dice the tomatoes and onions and put them in a saucepan with the parsley and bring to a boil.
- Then simmer at medium temperature for 25 min.
- Squeeze this mixture through a fine sieve and return the sifted to the pot along with the vinegar, sugar, pepper, habanero powder and nutmeg.
- Pack the fennel seeds, mustard seeds and cinnamon stick into a tea filter or similar and put them in the pot.
- Stir everything and bring to a boil. Then simmer over medium heat for 1.5 to 2 hours with the pot open.
- When the ketchup has reached the desired consistency, take out the spice packet and fill the mass into a glass bottle.
- Allow to cool and store in the refrigerator.
- This ketchup tastes great with fries or currywurst or wherever you need ketchup.
Our cultivation aid, that is very good also for organic tomato seeds can be found here!
The Pepperworld team wishes you a great harvest and a lot of fun. We would be glad if you could share your results with us on the Pepperworld Facebook page, so that other friends can see this as well.
You can also find on Hot Pain a sub forum that treats the topic tomatoes, in which you can communicate with other people on the topic tomatoes.