Dwarf Tomato Plants

Gardeners with limited growing space have many choices when selecting tomatoes for their home garden. Dwarf tomato varieties are particularly well suited for growing in containers, including hanging baskets. Growing time to maturity typically is quick, although indeterminate dwarf varieties can produce tomatoes throughout the summer season. Dwarf tomato plants grow to maximum heights of 2 to 3 feet, and develop fruit in an array of sizes, shapes and colors.

Adelaide Festival Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Adelaide Festival Tomato

Indet. but very compact dwarf (tree-type) plants with regular leaf. Very beautiful fruits, shaped like beefsteaks, lovely pink-purple color with green metallic stripes. 3-8 oz. Outstanding rich flavor, perfect balance of sweetness and acidity. History Developed in the 2011-2014 by the members of the Dwarf Tomato Project from a cross between Rosella Purple F4 and […]

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Al-Kuffa Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Al-Kuffa Tomato

75 days, tree-type — ‘Al-Kuffa’ is a variety that was shared by Aziz Nael from Iraq with Baker Creek Seed Company and commercially introduced by them in 2009.  The sturdy, rugose-leaf, compact, indeterminate plants set good amounts of small (two to four ounce), red, globe-shaped fruits.  They are tasty and mild. Nael reported that it […]

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Bison Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Bison Tomato

65-77 Days. Originally offered by Oscar Will in 1937. Dwarf determinate plants require no staking or pruning. 3-inch, deep red fruits are produced even in cold, damp weather. Has produced as much as 40 pounds of fruit from a single plant!! Another of Dr. A.F. Yeager’s triumphs. Our foundation seed came from Todd Wert and […]

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Boronia Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Boronia Tomato

Midseason. Regular leaf indet. Dwarf plants produce lots of medium to medium large, oblate purple fruit with a delicious, intense flavor. 3-8 oz.

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Brutus Magnum Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Brutus Magnum Tomato

Indeterminate. Regular leaf. 85 days. Smooth red beefsteaks can weigh 2- 3 pounds, depending on your growing conditions. A great sandwich tomato with terrific, full-bodied flavors.

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Bush Steak Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Bush Steak Tomato ,

Now grow beefsteak tomatoes in a container. As featured in “The Best of Fine Gardening” magazine, Summer 2005 . Meet the best of the staked tomatoes-a standout for exceptional taste, size and quantity. This surprisingly compact (20-24″) plant is just loaded with large, flavorful tomatoes. Well-suited for a patios, small gardens and containers, the dwarf […]

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Candian Dwarf Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Candian Dwarf Tomato

Lusciously green and healthy bushy compact plants, 4′ tall, with good foliage cover, regular leaf. Very good yields of red round and oblate fruits, 3-7 oz, juicy, with very good acidic flavor. Really enjoyable fresh in salads, best when slightly under-ripe.

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Cherokee Tiger Black Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Cherokee Tiger Black Tomato ,

One of the very best, if not the best tasting of all dwarfs.  Plants grow two to three feet tall and are brilliant chartreuse! (Lime Green Leaves)   Fruits are large saladettes, purple with yellow and green stripes.  Will last all season long.  You are going to love this one!

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Cherokee Tiger Red Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Cherokee Tiger Red Tomato

Brilliant scarlet beefsteaks have orange stripes and fruit size gets very large for a dwarf.

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Chibikko Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Chibikko Tomato

Det., mini-dwarf upright plant, up to 1′ tall, rugose foliage, small red slightly flattened cherry fruit with very nice bright flavor. Great for small containers (~1 gal), quite decorative and productive for a small plant. History Japanese variety. First offered in the Seed Savers 1995 Yearbook by Åke Truedsson of Klagshamn, Sweden (SWED TR A).

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Chocolate Champion Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Chocolate Champion Tomato

Dwarf (tree-type) plants with regular rugose foliage. Round and flattened brown/black (chocolate) beefsteaks, with slightly ruffled shoulders. 6-8 oz. Very good full flavor. History Developed in the 2006-2013 by the members of the Dwarf Tomato Project from a cross between Golden Dwarf Champion and Cherokee Chocolate (Cheeky family), made in 2006 by Patrina Nuske Small […]

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Chocolate Lighting Tomato Sold By Tomato Geeks

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Chocolate Lighting Tomato

80 days, tree-type — The vigorous, dwarf, regular leaf plants are among the taller growing of the new dwarf varieties. The plants produce excellent yields of medium sized (four to eight ounce) smooth, slightly oblate chocolate colored tomatoes with jagged green and gold stripes. The rich crimson flesh has the intense flavor of black tomatoes but […]

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