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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.
Mallee Rose is a mid-season rugose regular leaf dwarf producing abundant medium-large 6 – 10 oz oblate pink fruit which are sweet with a meaty juicy texture. Plants reach about a metre+/ 3-4 ft by end of season and become heavy with fruit requiring staking. Photo by Patrina.
Uluru Ochre is an early to mid-season regular leaf variety with an unusual orange-green ochre tone to the ripe tomatoes. It was selected and named by Patrina after the giant monolithic rock in central Australia. Photo by Patrina.
Waverley has regular leaf dwarf plants which produce very good yields of medium large, slightly oblate pink fruit with a well balanced, delicious flavor. It should be considered a mid season ripening variety.