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Eva Purple Ball Care: How to grow a tomato plant Eva Purple Ball

Sweet, tender and juicy, the Eva Purple Ball tomato is a heritage plant that is said to have originated in the Black Forest in Germany, probably in the late 19th century. Eva Purple Ball tomato plants produce round, tender fruit with cherry red flesh and excellent flavor. These attractive and versatile tomatoes tend to be disease-resistant and pristine, even in hot and humid climates. The weight of each mature tomato ranges from 5 to 7 ounces (142-198 g.).

If you haven’t tried growing traditional vegetables yet, growing Eva Purple Ball tomatoes is a good way to get started. Read on and learn how to grow an Eva Purple Ball tomato plant.

Maintenance of Eva Purple ball

Growing and caring for the Eva Purple Ball tomato is no different from any other tomato plant. Like many heritage tomatoes, Eva Purple Ball tomato plants are indeterminate, which means they will continue to grow and produce fruit until they are pinched by the first frosts. Tall, vigorous plants should be supported by stakes, cages or trellises.

Mulch the soil around Eva Purple Ball tomatoes to conserve moisture, keep the soil warm, slow down weed growth and prevent water from splashing on the leaves.

Water these tomato plants with a garden hose or drip irrigation system. Avoid overhead irrigation, which can promote disease. Also avoid over-watering. Too much moisture can cause cracks and also tends to dilute the flavor of the fruit.

Prune tomato plants as needed to eliminate suckers and improve air circulation around the plant. Pruning also encourages the development of more fruit on top of the plant.

Harvest the Eva Purple Ball tomatoes as soon as they are ripe. They are easy to pick and can even fall off the plant if you wait too long.

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