Tomato, Vesuviano Giallo Ramallet

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Quick facts

  • Everlasting, or winter tomato
  • Very rare 

Solanum lycopersicum

We were so happy to have had Vesuviano shared with us by a fellow gardener, gardening and seed saving in Greece. Vesuviano is an uncommon "winter tomato" variety called a ramallet.  Ramallet tomatoes grow in clusters of green and red fruit that can be strung up at the end of the season and stored at room temperature for fresh eating through the early winter.  Fruits ripen progressively, and are great for fresh eating or saucing.  If you're into self-sufficiency and eating well in all four seasons, this is the tomato for you.  A great choice for short season climates with long winters!  Read about this traditional method for storing tomatoes here.  

How to grow it:

Germ Temp

Indoor Start

Germ Days

Frost Tolerant


Seed Depth

Plant/Row Spacing


4-6 w.

6-9 d.





Start seeds indoors 4-6 weeks before average last frost date. Plant seeds in sterile potting soil and provide 7-10 hours of direct light each day. Transplant 24”-36” apart in full sun, while trellising is not necessary it is beneficial for easy of harvest and continued productivity in fall.

Seed specs:  Packet size- 30 seeds min.