Polish Dwarf

This is a great one for all you space challenged growers. If grown in the ground it will only get to about 2 to 2 ½ feet tall but will be even smaller when grown in pots, probably under 2 feet. It does produce a LOT of fruit so be sure to support it. The fruit are small, simple, 1-4 oz, red, slightly flattened 2” globes but pack quite a bit of really good flavor for a small early tomato. They grow in clusters and rarely crack. Really a nice tomato with old fashioned flavor.

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From Tatiana’s TOMATObase:

  • PI 304398. Donated to USDA in Feb 1965. The USDA description says:

...Plant determinate, dwarf, vigorous, 53.3 by 96.5 cm., leaves rugose, dark green. Fruit 4.0 by 7.0 cm., flat globe, medium number locules, little cracking, eight per cluster.

  • Polish origin.
Color: Red
Shape: Globe
Maturity: 65-70 Days
Plant Type: Indeterminate
Leaf Type: Rugose
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