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Dwarf Blazing Beauty
Dwarf Blazing Beauty is a potato leaf dwarf variety that produces oblate medium to medium large fruit that ripen to a glowing medium orange hue. The flavor is intense and delicious with a distinct tartness. Photo by Patrina.
Dwarf Jeremy’s Stripes
Dwarf Jeremy’s Stripes is a regular leaf variety which produces a very heavy yield of round 2 ounce (on average) orange fruit with green stripes with an excellent, well balanced flavor.
Dwarf Laura’s Bounty
Dwarf Laura’s Bounty has regular leaf plants which are very productive, and the medium sized (average 4 oz) orange paste type tomatoes are produced in abundance and possess a pleasant, balanced flavor. It is a mid to late season variety.
Dwarf Orange Cream
Dwarf Orange Cream is a mid-season rugose potato leaf dwarf reaching about a metre+/ 3-4 ft by end of season. Fruits are medium-large 8 – 12oz smooth oblate pale orange, and have an intense taste with a lively tang. Photo by Patrina.
Dwarf Parfait is a potato leaf variety which produces lots of medium to large (6-12 oz) clear skinned, green fleshed tomatoes with a distinct orange core with a well balanced, delightful flavor. It is considered a mid- to late-season variety.
Dwarf Perfect Harmony
Dwarf Perfect Harmony is a potato leaf dwarf which produces good yields of medium-large (8-10 oz) bright orange oblate tomatoes with a distinctly tart, full flavor; it is a relatively late bearing variety.
Dwarf Sunny’s Pear
Dwarf Sunny’s Pear has regular leaf plants that produce lots of 1-2 oz yellow orange paste to plum shaped tomatoes with a well balanced, pleasant flavor. It is considered a midseason variety.
Dwarf Tanager is a vigorous rugose potato leaf dwarf plant that produces excellent yields of smooth, oblate medium to medium large sized (6-10 ounce) bright pale orange fruit with an intense flavor that leans to the tart end of the flavor spectrum.
Loxton Lad is a mid-season rugose regular leaf dwarf producing large smooth oblate orange fruit in the 9 – 18oz range, meaty and juicy. Support is necessary to prevent branches breaking from the weight of fruit. Photo by Patrina.
Loxton Lass is an early to mid-season rugose regular leaf dwarf producing medium smooth oblate orange fruit in the 7 – 10oz range. They are delicious, tender sweet and juicy and earlier than Loxton Lad. Photo by Patrina.