Dwarf Tomato Project Heirloom Seeds
Provides an opportunity for space-challenged gardeners: those who plant in containers, on patios or balconies, roof-tops, in sun rooms or greenhouses or those who plant in smaller outside garden spaces, to enjoy the different colors and flavors of larger fruited varieties that were previously only available by growing in tall, indeterminate heirlooms.
These varieties were all made possible and available to you by the "Dwarf Tomato Project" - truly the first open-source breeding project, composed of all volunteer, amateur, hobby gardeners led by Craig LeHoullier and Patrina Nuske-Small.
The Benefits of Dwarf tomatoes
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- Plants are sturdy, attractive and productive!
- Plants vary in height from 2 to 4.5 feet, requiring less caging or trellising.
- Dark and dense (rugose) foliage, thick central stem.
- Tomatoes of all sizes and shapes, including some large fruits up to 18 ounces.
- Easy to grow in pots, on balconies. Wherever space is limited.
TomatoFest now introduces our release of 30 prized, Dwarf tomato varieties sourced from the Dwarf Tomato Project that we have personally grown and harvested for seeds, with plant and fruit descriptions and photos taken by us.