Boronia dwarf tomato

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Boronia dwarf tomato

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Solanum lycopersicum

Dwarf variety from a height of one meter to 1.20 m with regular foliage of the 'rugose' type. Medium-sized fruits, pinkish in color with dark shoulders. Flavor reminiscent of Cherokee Purple. Developed as part of the 'Dwarf Tomato project'. From a cross between Paul Robeson and New Big dwarf. Contributed to the development of the variety: Patrina Nuske Small, Gina McDermott, Tanya Kucak, David Lockwood, Craig LeHoullier Sherry Shiesl, Carol Knapp, Michael Volk and Bill Minkey. Named by Patrina Nuske Small. 70 days.

Our seeds are reproducible. You can preserve them and share them around you.

Heirloom and open-pollinated varieties grown naturally in the garden.

Let's take care of life, one seed at a time!uske Small, Gina McDermott, Tanya Kucak, David Lockwood, Craig LeHoullier Sherry Shiesl, Carol Knapp, Michael Volk and Bill Minkey. Named by Patrina Nuske Small. 70 days.

Sow indoors, 5mm deep, 6-8 weeks before the last frost. Transplant. Gradually acclimatize outdoors, before transplanting, when all risk of frost has passed. Also suitable for growing in 10 to 12 liters pots.

Our seeds are reproducible. You can preserve them and share them around you.

Heirloom and open-pollinated varieties grown naturally in the garden.

Let's take care of life, one seed at a time!