Varieties

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  • Dwarf Russian Swirl

    Dwarf Russian Swirl is a late-season rugose regular leaf dwarf with medium-large 6-12 oz oblate yellow-red bicolour fruits that have sweet well balanced flavours. Plants reach about a metre+ or a little over 3 feet by end of season and require support due to the weight of tomatoes. Photo by Patrina.


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    Dwarf Scarlet Heart

    Dwarf Scarlet Heart is a mid-season regular leaf dwarf producing abundant small to medium 4-6 oz tasty meaty red hearts. Plants are compact at around 3 ft and have a wispy-leaf version of dwarf foliage so they are less dense than other project varieties.


  • Dwarf Sweet Sue

    Dwarf Sweet Sue is a potato leaf dwarf variety that produces round to oblate medium sized fruit that ripen to bright yellow with a pink blossom end blush. The flavor is outstanding – well balanced and sweet, and the variety is quite prolific. Photo by Victory Seeds.


  • Dwarf Wild Fred

    Dwarf Wild Fred is a regular leaf dwarf variety that produces oblate medium to medium large fruit that ripen to a dusky rose purple hue. The flavor is well balanced and sweet, and the variety is quite prolific. Photo by Patrina.


  • Dwarf Wild Spudleaf

    Dwarf Wild Spudleaf is a potato leaf dwarf variety that produces oblate medium to medium large fruit that ripen to a dusky rose purple hue. The flavor is well balanced and rich, and the variety is quite prolific. Photo by Tatiana Kouchnareva.


  • Fred’s Tie Dye

    Fred’s Tie Dye is a regular leaf dwarf variety that produces oblate medium to medium large fruit that ripen to a dusky rose purple hue with green and gold vertical stripes. The flavor is intense and well balanced, and the variety is quite prolific. Photo by Donna Kudrak, NJ


  • Iditarod Red

    Iditarod Red is a regular leaf dwarf variety that produces round medium to medium small fruit that ripen red, some of which can have a bottom point. The flavor is mild and sweet, and the variety is quite prolific. Photo by Tatiana Kouchnareva.


  • Kangaroo Paw Brown

    Kangaroo Paw Brown is an early-season regular leaf dwarf yielding abundant small red-brown round fruits that are tangy with a sweet note, very tasty. This variety is part of the Kangaroo Paw series (named after an Australian native flower) consisting of a red , a brown, a green and a yellow version. Photo by Patrina.


  • Kangaroo Paw Green

    Kangaroo Paw Green is an early-season regular leaf dwarf and a sibling of Kangaroo Paw Yellow, Kangaroo Paw Brown and Kangaroo Paw Red. The plants yield abundant small round amber fruits with green flesh when ripe, and they have a sweet refreshing taste. Photo by Patrina.


  • Kangaroo Paw Red

    Kangaroo Paw Red is an early-season regular leaf dwarf​ and is the direct parent of Kangaroo Paw Brown, Kangaroo Paw Yellow and Kangaroo Paw Green. This variety has abundant small red fruits that have a robust full tomato taste. Photo by Patrina.