Mid Season

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  • Sturt Desert Pea

    Sturt Desert Pea is a mid-season regular leaf dwarf that produces abundant yields of 4-8oz tasty oblate shiny red fruit. Plants reach around a metre+ / 3-4 ft by end of season. Photo by Patrina.


  • Summertime Green

    Summertime Green is a regular leaf dwarf variety that produces slightly oblate medium to large fruit that ripen with green flesh and clear skin. The flavor is well balanced and sweet, and the variety is quite prolific. Photo by Tatiana Kouchnareva.


  • Sweet Adelaide

    Sweet Adelaide is a regular leaf dwarf variety that produces oblate medium to medium large fruit that ripen to a crimson pink color. The flavor is well balanced, on the sweet side, and the variety is quite prolific. Photo by Patrina.


  • Sweet Scarlet Dwarf

    Sweet Scarlet Dwarf is a potato leaf dwarf variety that produces oblate medium to medium large fruit that ripen scarlet red. The flavor is intense and delicious with perfect balance. Photo by Heritage Tomato Seed.


  • Tanunda Red

    Tanunda Red is a mid-season rugose regular leaf dwarf with prolific medium-large 6 – 10 oz oblate rich red tomatoes. Plants reach around a metre+ / 3-4 ft by end of season. Photo by Patrina.


  • TastyWine

    TastyWine is a potato leaf dwarf variety that produces oblate medium to medium large fruit that ripen to a rose crimson hue. The flavor is well balanced and delicious, and the variety is quite prolific. Photo by Tatiana Kouchnareva.


  • Tennessee Suited

    Tennessee Suited is a regular leaf dwarf variety that produces oblate medium to medium large fruit that ripen to a dusky rose purple hue with green vertical stripes. The flavor is well balanced, rich and sweet, and the variety is quite prolific. Photo by Ted Maiden.


  • Uluru Ochre

    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.


  • Waratah

    Waratah is a mid-season rugose regular leaf dwarf with prolific medium to large 6 – 12oz oblate red densely fleshed tasty fruit. Plants reach around a metre+ / 3-4 ft by end of season and need staking to support the weight of fruit. Photo by Patrina.


  • Wherokowhai

    Wherokowhai is a potato leaf dwarf variety that produces oblate medium to medium large fruit that ripen to a rich yellow with swirls of red. The flavor is outstanding, well balanced and sweet, and the variety is quite prolific. Photo by Patrina.