Blondkopfchen means "Little blonde girl" in German and this old East German heirloom is super-sweet with a slightly citrusy and tart aftertaste. Cherry-sized fruits grow in big clusters of 20-30 tomatoes and the plants are incredibly productive. This variety has become a favorite in our garden and it's nearly impossible not to smile after you pop a "blondkopfchen" in your mouth. Guten appetit!
(Approximately 20 seeds per packet)
Planting Instructions: We recommend starting tomato seeds indoors in a bright and warm location 4 to 6 weeks before last frost date in spring. Transplant after danger of frost in full sun and trellis.