Description of Tomato Pink Stella

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Lovers of sweet tomatoes should pay attention to the Pink Stella tomato. Due to its rich, pleasant, sweet taste, the Rose Stella tomatoes can be used both for salad and for preservation.

Description of Tomato Pink Stella

Description of Tomato Pink Stella

Characteristics of the variety

Tomato variety Rose Stella was bred by specialists in the field of breeding from Russia. This variety is ideal for temperate regions. It is grown both in greenhouse conditions and in open areas. It is characterized by high yield and commercial quality. The fruits tolerate long-term storage well and can be transported over long distances.

Description of the bush

Pink Stella ripens in an average amount of time (about 110 days), has high yield characteristics: about 7 kg of selected tomatoes are harvested from 1 bush.

The bush has a determinant type of development, compact size. The height of the bush does not exceed 60 cm, the foliage is moderate. The leaves are medium in size, have a dark green color. Fruits are formed by brushes: about 5 fruits are formed on 1 brush.

Description of fruits

According to the description, the fruit is elongated, resembling pepper in appearance. The peduncle has little ribbing, the tip is well elongated. The weight of one fruit is about 300 g, the color is bright crimson.

The peel, according to the characteristics, is thin, but dense, preventing the fruit from cracking when ripe. The pulp is juicy, 4 chambers contain a small amount of seeds. The taste is rich and pleasant.

Due to the large amount of sugar in the composition, products for children are created from tomatoes. Also, this vegetable is suitable for salads or fresh consumption.

Pros of the variety

According to the description, the variety has a number of positive characteristics:

  • pleasant taste;
  • good productivity;
  • compactness;
  • tolerance of negative weather conditions;
  • the possibility of long-term storage and transportation.
Plants are resistant to the vagaries of the weather

Plants are resistant to the vagaries of the weather


First of all, seeds are planted to obtain seedlings. This is best done in March. The seeds may not be treated with disinfectants, but a growth stimulator is required. A small amount of humus is added to the soil before planting.

The seeds are planted to a depth of 2 cm, after which the hole is watered abundantly, organic fertilizers are applied and covered with plastic wrap. Ideally, the temperature is around 20-25 ° C.

As soon as the first leaves appear, the seedlings are dived and hardened, after which they are planted in a permanent place of growth. For 1 sq. m have no more than 5 bushes.


Watering is carried out as the topsoil dries up. It is not necessary to form a bush, as it is not very tall. The lower branches are cut to allow a large amount of nutrients, moisture and oxygen to enter.

Top dressing is done infrequently: once every 2 weeks. Experts recommend giving preference to the alternation of mineral fertilizers (phosphorus, potassium and nitrogen) and organic matter (humus or peat).


To save the plant from rot varieties, you should regularly loosen the soil. Copper substances help against late blight.

In the fight against parasites, insecticides come to the rescue, which must be used every 3 days. Aphids are removed with soapy water, and slugs with ammonia.

If you follow all the rules of care and cultivation of the variety, you will soon be able to enjoy ideal tomatoes of our own production and high yields.

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