Any comments? These yellow and pink medium sized tomatoes are almost as tasty as the Brandywine variety. Bill P. I grew them two years ago and was not impressed with them flavor wise. @ Michael: The more I read you, the more I think that you might have found what the real problem is ( i.e: "there's some other cultivars going around") because the MrS that I have are not just sweet, they are VERY sweet ( too sweet for my husband for example). The June Tomato of the Month is the Mr. Stripey heirloom tomato. Don't give up on your plant too early. I had no idea what to expect. Each plant is about 7ft tall, totally healthy, and is literally covered in big fruits! The exact history of 'Mr. The lack of flavor was just that: no where to be found! Nitogen makes for beautiful leaves and lush growth, but at the expense of flowers and fruit. Mr. Stripey Heirloom Tomato – indeterminate 80 days. “Mr. I still have access to plants, and as the season progresses I might be able to get others, but I was thinking for the Mr Stripey I bought to be set out in the garden next weekend. Mr. Stripey Tomato. I figured it must be productive to grow it commercially. It is a small tart salad type. Is natural cherry a bad idea fot kitchen cabinets? I still have 6 on the plant waiting for them to break color. Also too much water (either from watering or rainy season) will cause the large fruit to crack. I am growing Mr. Stripy this year. So I save seed and have planted couple of them this year. This post was edited by michael723 on Sat, Jul 12, 14 at 11:12. If growing in a pot, try adding some lime and cut back on the fertilizer. My husband thinks we should just pick them but I think we should wait until they have begun to turn yellow or pink- IF they turn yellow or pink. Add to Wishlist. One is over 7 feet tall, and 4 feet of area around it is being conservative. I bought seeds this year and will do several plants in huge containers and will try one in my little vegetable garden. Tomato Plants More information Grow Tomatoes Problems Tomato Mr. Stripey - Beefsteak Tomatoes with a mild, low acid flavor make this heirloom a winner for summer entertaining. I have harvested 4 large fruit from the plant so far. Perhaps I misspoke with tasteless, more of a tangy - less sweet flavor than my palate enjoys. Mr. Stripey (Tigerella) #4735 (30 seeds) Huge crops of red fruits with clearly defined yellow-orange stripes. So I will pick about 60 of these this yr that will weigh about 70 pounds. It has brown fruit, which is white on the inside? I did not plant more as I know they are producing a lot.As for being concerned about growing them: I live in the Sacramento area NorCal, so it is sizzling hot and dry here. Its all about how much room you have, what taste you prefer etc. The ones I grew look nothing like the pictures above. Never heard about this variety before. It was the most prolific and the best tasting. M.I.A.! So I am anxious to taste it this season and see how it does in my garden. Though I started it in June and moved it in July, I have had a big crop of tomatoes. If I could only grow 3-10 plants I wouldnt consider this cultivar. this could be your answer to your problem. they grow up to 8 to 10 feet tall which is twice the size you are discribing .they mature in approximately 80 days. Late Blight. 16 Tomato Plant Diseases Except rather than just manure I amend with: green sand, earthworm castings, Gardentone, Kelp meal, azonite, cow manure and alfalfa meal.. There has been a big reduction in the number of honey bees and they don't like heat either. They produced an average yield of beautiful large fruit, but I found more taste in a glass of water ;) lol.. It is all natural and uses growth hormones (not the ones used for animals) to naturally increase cell growth and fruit production. How Far Should LED Grow Lights be from Seedlings? The others started from seed. I also give them bi-weekly stump tea drenches containing beneficial bacteria, molasses, mycorrhizae fungi (I over look the fungus as it's pretty useless without direct contact to the roots). Do you have lots of pollinators to contribute to growth and fertilization of the flowers? Are these the secrets for happy and tasty Mr Stripeys? They dont have a long shelf life much like Cherokee Purple. I bought a Mr. Stripey tomato plant last year and successfully grew it amid seven other tomato plants. Amazon.com: Mr Stripey tomatoes. Slicing Tomato seeds - Mr. Stripey [Solanum lycopersicum] HEIRLOOM - An accurate name that somehow doesn't quite convey the brilliancy of color with red splashed against yellow on delicious tomatoes. The one you're talking about is a true striped tomato, red with gold stripes and slightly larger than a ping pong ball. Lately, after a car accident, I have been in and out the hospital, no time for the garden. When I came back my garden has been watered but not taken care of: it was the jungle in there! (1 Gal container sized.). a parcel delivered i didn,t order from china? He came from the Grange Co-op yesterday, and I planted him today. In any event there are just so many great varieties, don't waste your time, in my opinion.Sharon. Mr. Stripey Tomato #00506. Well, in my experience, yes the color is not always the same. I found it took off once I put it in full sun and a bigger pot. So far they are very late (as most late season varieties are). The plants keep on flowering and I have already a lot of little fruits growing.But when someone asks me for advice about what tomato they could plant, I always warn them, in my opinion, MrS are salad tomatoes only i.e: Not for cooking.I started with small plants ( 10 in max, 2.75$ at my nursery), planted them late April beginning of May. Large, ridge-shouldered fruits are mild-flavored and low in acid. I was just concerned because Mr Stripey looked good when I bought it, and I researched the variety a bit and it seems to end up being, well, a crapshoot. Stripey') This beefsteak-type tomato is low in acid, offering a mild flavor in a meaty fruit. It started slow. I wanted to give you the run down on my approach as to not discredit my critique of Mr S.. Needless to say, not impressed with them. How to Prevent Bloom Drop on Tomatoes. My wife loves the taste of them so they will be in the garden next year as well. 5; 1 Reviews . don't have any pictures but my mr.stripey tomatoes have been falling off since they started blooming some of my other tomato plants do to. On the contrary, the fruits have this deep ribbing that you can see on the pic I posted. I Googled Mr Stripy images and found out that there are differen strains, shapes, sizes. I grew it several years ago. How could I possibly resist something named Mr. Stripey? Mr. Stripey is also sometimes called 'Tigerella'. Let me select the best fruits - while we are at it, let's keep the best genes - and I will keep/dry the seeds for you. A bit of fresh mozzarella - the real soft cheese, not the dry soap like cheese that can be bought already sliced - few basil leaves, olive oil and balsamic vinegar...And a Mr Stripey! Period. 1-1/2 to 2 inch tomatoes have a rich, tangy flavor and are a beautiful novelty for adding whole or cutting into salads. One of them was a clearance Mr Stripey plant. Also I "work" my dirt ahead of time, I put organic horse manure several times during winter and I hoe, hoe, hoe and hoe again until the manure breaks down completely and the dirt is all light and "fluffy". Phytopthora infestans. Big rainbow is a pretty productive bicolored tomato that produces a lot of big, fairly good tasting tomaotes, if you want . There are many who think well of Mr Stripey and many who would never suggest that someone grow it. How does provenza old world flooring with UV cured oil wear? Questions? Bonide makes a Blossom Set Spray and Ferti-lome makes one for Tomatoes & Peppers. You could send me an email when you're ready for my info etc... =). Indeterminate. Mr. Stripey Tomato Plants produce beautiful, 1-2-pound fruits that are low in acid and high in sugar content, which in the tomato world is a perfect combination! Mr. Stripey (Lycopersicon lycopersicum 'Mr. I continue feeding weekly for the first month or so with fish emulsion and liquid seaweed (excellent trace elements and growth stimulants).. Approximate seeds per pack: 25 Days till maturity: 75-90 Annual Full Sun. Rabbit Poop affecting your Tomatoes???? Stripey' is a bit confusing. It was the third year of trying Mr. Stripey in my garden before it ever procduced even one tomato, then not many at all. Now with regard to the taste, so far, I haven't been confronted to tasteless Mr Stripey fruits. No leopard, snakes & monkeys yet but close enough... ;-)It is unbelievable that there are so many differences in shape, taste, size etc.Mind boggling.I can keep some seeds of mine and mail then over to you if you want ( don't know if it is legal though... Well normally California is making things very difficult with plants)Take care,Julienne, Hey Julienne,Yea, your description is nothing like the variety I grew.. An abundance of large (late) smooth fruit, but lacking flavor of anything worth describing.. Most definitely had nothing to do with my growing style as I've been growing tomatoes (with success) for over 15 years. This Tomato plant is delicious and a no brainer, as long as you choose your plant wisely, you are pretty much set. The most common complaints are that it's as splindly plant and poor fruit production and that there are other bicolor varieties that are better. It had the folds and was very delicious but low yields. All this does not add up I am left wondering if we are talking about the same tomato. OMG Michael, I did not mean to belittle your gardening skills! They are still rather small(5") and haven't been put out in the garden yet, but I'm wondering if I should just abandon them and try something more viable. I am also growing romas.they are producing fine.the mr stripey plant is 5 ft tall.but not producing anything.the blooms just die and fall off.my first time trying to grow these. I don't know anything about her gardening skills but I can tell you that the one plant that you see on my pic has been neglected, big time, as I was in and out the hospital after a car accident ( and my husband knows nothing about gardening). No problem. I found that using an electric toothbrush to dislodge the blooms' pollen increased my yields tremendously. They were salad tomatoes. I might be able to get other bi-color plants, I'm looking for Hillbilly because I've heard wonders about that variety, but I haven't been able to find any plants lately.. My next door neighbor- who has gardened in Cental Texas for years- has said he has never had any luck with this variety. The pic is not very good, but do they look the same? After that it is a crap shoot for getting any that break color before the frost hits. Stripey” tomatoes tend to crack if over watered. Prob about 3 per plant from vines suckered to 1-3 stems. They are sweeter and meaty with little acidity. On the same plant you can have Yellow fruits or Orange fruits, or both colors on the same fruit, they rarely have strips when ripe ( but is it a deal breaker as long as the tomato is good?). About Mr Stripy described as being spindly ?? I just think there might be different MrS on the market because I have heard it all on here: Acidic, small fruits, rare fruits, diseases prone tomato plant, etc, etc. The background color of the tomato is yellow to light orange, and the red often appears in little spots that align themselves in stripes radiating from the stem end of the fruit. Wow! That is one of the reason that I plant seeds from store bought heirlooms. And I'm in the latter group and put Mr. Stripey way down on the possible gold/redbicolor vareities to grow. Bloom drop, a condition where tomato flowers fall off without setting fruit, is caused by a lack of pollination or a variety of environmental stresses. It COULD be too hot, but it isn't in too many places right now (except I have a friend in OR where it's been 110 already....ugh) I wish you well! I think there must be at least two strains of Mr. Stripey. They're still green and night temps are dropping to mid 40. I too prepare my soil a month or so ahead of time .. The rest is in perfect shape and condition.I always get my plants from the same family owned nursery and I only buy organic cultivars ( I grow hot and sweet peppers, tomatoes, zucchini, eggplants and beans). My water is filtered and 85-90% chlorine free.. You raise a very good point, it could very well come from your provider. I'm just not sure if I should return them, or just go ahead and plant them. Looking forward to it! This fungus disease is notorious because it caused the Potato Famine that killed one and a half million Irish people and causing another million to emigrate. nutritious soil is also needed preferably healthy, loamy, compost-y soil with daily waterings .It is IMPORTANT that is spaced from any other plant by 36 to 48 inches . My daughter too found him irresistible, reminding her of The Simpsons "Mr. Sparkle" episode! Here is a pic of one of mine, currently in my garden. I have lots of room and have twenty Mr Stripey plants started and they are very nice. I use less than recommended spread rates.. As stated, I wait a good month to allow the soil microbes to prepare the amendments for the plants (convert them to a usable form). Are you happy with your laminate kitchen counter tops? (2) plants completely took over my planting area. By continuing to browse this site or use this app, I agree the Houzz group may use cookies and similar technologies to improve its products and services, serve me relevant content and to personalise my experience. Too much for most people). As the previous forum member posted six years ago, my plant looks very healthy but has very few blossoms. I will just have to start larger plants to get better production as the season here is short before the heat shuts things down. Mr. Stripey is an indeterminate tomato that can grow to a height of almost 9 feet and produces fruit that weighs over one pound. 85-90 days. The fruits are yellow with marbled-red colored flesh. Thanks for sharing, aegis1000.Good to know. Indeterminate. Hi Noteybook, I'm with Carolyn. I grew Mr. stripey last season which was my first season, I knew nothing about OP vs. f1s. how do i get rid of a wasp nest without insecticide ? I also have to... Find (viable) seeds as the fruit as big as it is, has very few seeds.I already grew some successfully but I remember that germination and beginning are quite slow. No fertilizer, no mulching, no care, nothing. Indeterminate. They produced large fruit, though not that many of them. To memory the taste was OK but nothing special. They drop blooms and are very late. We had a very rainy summer here, and half the tomatoes show cracks. I had a dozen tomato plants this year, each of a different variety, in perfect full sun spot, and Mr. Stripey's are just now appearing (I'm in zone 5b). There are actually 2 tomato varieties that have been referred to as Mr. Stripey. But maybe also from the dirt, the exposure or from watering...?In my garden Mr Stripeys are always a bit late but they bear fruits until the first frost. Fruit with cracks are still edible. The fruits are quite large—up to 24 ounces. Mr. Stripey is an heirloom so may be more susceptible to disease, but there are any number of problems that could cause this. I also inoculate my seedlings with mycorrhizal fungi when potting up from seed. All my other tomatoes were doing great but the flowers were just drying up and falling off of mr stripey. Have a sturdy stake or trellis as this variety can grow very tall. I grew a Mr stripy for the 1st ttime e this summer. I grew them a few years back. Mr Stripey tomatoes can grow to two pounds! Among the varieties I was growing, this tomato was by far the most flavorful and beautiful; in fact, it was the best tomato I have ever had. Then I plant quite late for my zone. Stripey' produce beefsteak-type fruits that are beautifully bi-colored, large, ranging from fourteen ounces to three pounds each, juicy, yet meaty, and flavorful. by Jo Ellen (Caldwell, ID) Huge tomatoes, happy indeterminate plant that produces until November in southern Idaho, if covered from frost at night. ...but that could've been me. The stripes were a lot more pronounced. In this area if late producers are not started as a large plant. I'm decently educated when it comes to soil biology etc.. I have grown them for prob twenty yrs. Wrong on your half... Tomatoes- The perfect set of growing instructions. =). Also Mr.stripey tomato plants need full sun so if there is any shade or shadow hovering over during anytime of the day it could the cause some problems. Unfortunately, this year the yield was small and the vines quickly succumbed to the hot dry weather coupled with the usual insect and disease problems that tend to plague sweet heirloom varieties. They are great sandwich and good sauce tomatoes. YES, a new tomato! The plants were productive (unfortunately). The strain I have was greener than the above to my memory - a leggy and not particularly productive plant I decided to give it another try because it was otherwise healthy through the season and after a long wait did produce a late crop, and the fruits were attractive and added some color and variety to the mix. I'm sure it's legal... Carolyn....? They were total spitters - very bitter / acidic. Please feel free to contact us. When sliced, you will experience a beautiful tomato rainbow marbling of reds, pinks and yellows and even light greens. I recently picked up a pakc of little tomato plants called Mr Stripey; they are yellow-red and of a beefsteak variety. I am interested in heirloom vegetables, so I deciced to try Mr. Stripey. NOTE: There is nothing wrong with the plants I have, I've just heard this variety is bad and I'm thinking of picking something else. We have also included some tips for growing delicious, healthy tomato plants so you can keep those problems away next year. Call 1-800-345-5977. they are all planted in the same soil in the same garden spot they seem to be the only ones that are doing it to the point they don't have any tomatoes. Oh no insult taken! Though best known as a potato disease, it also affects tomatoes, peppers and eggplant. The taste was fine, but not the best I've had. I won't waste my time, energy or resources on them again.. Not to mention they never even striped for me; they just stayed a yellowy/orange.. Edit: For the variety's sake, perhaps I was sold a mis-marked plant seeing as how it never striped. I am also growing romas.they are producing fine.the mr stripey plant is 5 ft tall.but not producing anything.the blooms just die and fall off.my first time trying to grow these. The one that got seeds from looked likes this : The blossom end of the tomato I posted turns that color when ripe - probably darker orange - but it is not a smooth fruit like this one. My Stripey was the best tomato I grew! Should I use "Miracle grow garden soil" in my garden and still call it organic? It was competing against multiple, older seeds of a hybrid and Cherokee Purple. Perhaps there's some other cultivars going around, or the satisfied growers just have a palate for them.. I'm trying Big Rainbow as a bi-color. I have also read mixed reviews on Mr. Stripy.Last fall/winter a bought a heirloom tomato from store which I thought it was Mr. Stripy. I work my soil as little as possible in order to keep spurts of bacterial activity at bay.. We want slow break down to be sure there is still N available at the time of planting.. Over tilling incorporates a lot of Oxygen into the soil resulting in high bacterial activity which soon runs out of energy.. There are many who think well of Mr Stripey and many who would never suggest that someone grow it. Its base color is yellow and has red streaks. Great tomato. That being said, would you be looking forplants of another gold/red bicolor or just possibly looking for a different kind of variety, and do you still have access to plants right now? Although the variety is called Mr. Stripey, don't expect perfect stripes--no 2 tomatoes are the same. That's a mystery to me because it is in a container and I have 20 other plants grown under the same conditions that had almost no BER. ... Tomato Problems. It was not worth the effort and is no longer a consideration for taking up space in my garden. Get your answers by asking now. 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