This is a record of how long this particular set of seeds took to germinate and how they looked at various stages from first appearance to the development of the first set of true leaves and beyond. I hope this will prove useful.
Variety: Amish Paste (RSC)
Sown indoors: 15th March 2014
First Seedling: 22nd March 2014
Germination: 7 days
Germination ratio: 2/4 seeds sown at 23rd March
A friend has given me a few of these seeds to try. This variety apparently produces huge plum tomatoes.
4th April: In just two weeks this seedling has put on quite a decent bit of growth and has even developed its’ first true leaves
11th May: I have three seedlings growing nicely in the greenhouse
24th May: I have two Amish plants left and both are in the middle positions of the growbagas.
6th July: This variety is slightly behind the others but we now have flowers.