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‘Zolotoy Kenigsberg’ is a very rare tomato variety, that was named after the city Königsberg, which was the name for the historic Prussian city that is now Kaliningrad, Russia. This variety was selected from a red-fruited* ‘Kenigsberg’ tomato, created by Vladimir Nikolajevich Dederko, who worked in the research center in Kaliningrad.
‘Zolotoy Kenigsberg’ tomato is an indeterminate, regular leaf plant loaded with prolific yields of medium to large (5-7oz./150-200g), orange, elongated, fat plum-shaped fruits. Tender and very tasty flesh is perfect for fresh in salads and on sandwiches, but also great for making juice or for cooking.
Mid- to late season, about 80-85 days from transplant.
* Except ‘Zolotoy Kenigsberg’, there are also few other siblings of red-fruited ‘Kenigsberg’ tomato – pink and yellow. They have almost identical characteristics, except the color and shape of the fruits.