Authentic Muchamiel Tomato Seeds
Price for Package of 10 seeds.
Red tomato with a globose shape and slightly flat, fleshy and with deep red flesh. Medium-sized fruits (200 - 250 grams) of hard skin resistant to cracking.
Variety of medium cycle market and excellent productivity. Indeterminate and vigorous growth. Fruits of red color, green neck, globose shape lying down.
The Muchamiel or Mutxamel tomato is a tomato variety native to this Alicante town, it has always had a recognized prestige in the market for its smell and taste of real tomato being a very traditional variety known and cultivated throughout Spain. Very rustic and with big and boring fruits. The plant is characterized by being very resistant to unfavorable conditions.
The Tomato de Muchamiel (“Tomato Mutxamelero”) is one of the most emblematic and recognized varieties in the province of Alicante from where it originates, specifically from the town of Mutxamel, although its cultivation has been abandoned due to susceptibility to different types of virus. In addition, consumers report the loss of flavor in the hybrids currently marketed, demanding the recovery of the traditional variety.
The Muchamiel tomato stands out for its large size, its green neck, its thin skin, and it is very fleshy and sweet. The strong, vigorous and rustic tomato is of indeterminate growth.
Undoubtedly for people who like to eat a good tomato and appreciate the nutritional value of these “the tomato is a food rich in vitamins and mineral salts, they are very rich in vitamin C and also in vitamin A, among the minerals that contain, it is possible to emphasize the presence of potassium ”, the Muchamiel tomato is an excellent option to grow in the garden.
The Muchamiel tomato is indeterminate and very productive growth when talking about indeterminate growth we mean that it is not known how much it will grow, its development does not stop until the cold reaches the garden and its growth ends.
It is a variety of tomatoes that you can easily grow in an urban garden at home in pots.