RDR Seeds 50 Tiny Tim Tomato Seeds – Patio Tomato, Dwarf Heirloom, Cherry Tomato

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RDR Seeds 50 Tiny Tim Tomato Seeds – Patio Tomato, Dwarf Heirloom, Cherry Tomato

Heirloom Seed Product Features:

Dwarf plant does not grow very large, usually only about 12″, though it can sometimes get taller
Perfect for growing indoors, on a patio, in a hanging container, or in a small garden
Determinate bush type tomatoes do not require staking
Plant is extremely productive and will produce a generous amount of small flavorful 1″ cherry tomatoes
Tomatoes do not appreciate cold weather, ensure warm temperatures either by planting well after the last frost, or by starting indoors. Plant 1/4″ deep in full sun and well-drained soil. Keep soil lightly moist. This annual plant will mature in about 60 days. All RDR Seeds brand products come in RDR Seeds branded packaging that includes plant information and planting instructions.
Easy to grow!
Big Things Come in Small Packages!
These small seeds grow into compact plants that produce cherry tomatoes with BIG taste!
Fresh Seeds!
RDR Seeds uses heat sealed packaging with a resealable zipper enclosure to ensure your seeds stay fresher for longer!
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Fruit Size 1″ 16 oz 16 oz 16-32 oz 3-5 oz





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