Product review for Rainbow Bells Blend (VF) Hybrid Tomato
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- Monday, June 21, 2010
Reviewed By: Valerie (Baltimore, Maryland)
I was looking forward to these tomatoes, but the germination rate was a failure. I started them indoors in peat pots and while some seeds did finally germinate, after a few days the weak stems fell over and died. I was not able to get any seeds to become full plants. Other tomato seeds worked fine, but these were failures for me.
- Thursday, August 26, 2010
MY EXPERIENCE FROM EXPERIENCE
Reviewed By: BILL COSTILLO (LANCASTER, OH)
this is in response to the person who said these seeds (RAINBOW BELLS HYBRID BLEN TOMATO) would not germinate well. I STARTED THESE SEEDS, BUT I USED SEED STARTING SOIL. THEN YOU NEED TO GET A COUPLE OF FLORECENT LIGHTS AND PUT THEM FAIRLY CLOSE TO THE SOIL. KEEP THE LIGHTS ON THE PLANTS 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK UNTIL YOU ARE READY TO SET OUTSIDE TO HARDEN IN THE WEATHER, B/4 PLANTING. I HAD GREAT SUCCESS AND I AM EATING ONE OF THE MANY TOMATOES. I HAVE HAD GREAT SUCCESS WITH STARTING THESE SEEDS AND I HAVE GIVEN AWAY SOME PLANTS BECAUSE I HAD TOO MANY. THEY GROW VERY GOOD WITH GOOD STALKS AND MANY BLOSSOMS. TRY IT AGAIN NEXT YEAR THIS WAY.
- Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Reviewed By: MJ (Syracuse, NY)
Produced for market customers. Many Many fruits of good quality, long standing. Everyone loved them.
- Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Lots of fruits!!
Reviewed By: Terry Slaske (Hillsboro, NH)
These were one of three varieties of our first attempt at tomatoes. We planted three of these that averaged six feet tall and produced mountains of sweet fruit. Our only beef we have with this variety is that they were all orange and we didn't get any color variations like shown in the picture. They were still delicious. We gave away bagfulls to friends who all stated they were delicious.
- Monday, August 22, 2011
Easy to grow
Reviewed By: Paige (Columbus, Ohio)
Very surprised! I have never been able to grow tomatoes well in my tiny garden, mostly due to the lack of sunlight it receives and space restrictions. I planted the seeds directly in the ground instead of indoors first. I am amazed at how easy they are to grow and the sheer volume of fruits. We did get the color varieties shown in the picture, and they look stunning. The taste is delicious as well. I will be ordering some for next year!