This tomato began to ripen even before my cherry tomatoes! It's flavor is good for such an early tomato; definitely better than what you'll find at the grocery store, but not the most flavorful tomato in the garden. Definitely worth planting some, especially if you have a short season. Beware: pick them when they're ripe, especially if you're having plenty of rain. They are NOT resistant to splitting!!
52 day. Originally from Czechoslovakia, Stupice (pronounced Stoo-Peech-ka) is of the earliest tomatoes. It produces average yields of 2-3 inch, mild flavored, red tomatoes.
Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
Small plants keep producing all summer. Disease resistant. Sweet, juicy, excellent for salads.
I started this tomato from seed indoors. I was pleasantly amazed at how much fruit these plants produced. I supported 8' tall plants to fencing and tall sturdy stakes. I had plenty to can with other variety tomatoes and gave lots away. Many people bragged on its sweet flavor. I will be growing this variety again this year.