Dwarf Tomatoes are delightfully bright red in colour and sweet. Typically grown to a compact size, they usually bear fruit earlier than other varieties and require less care than regular tomato plants. Dwarf Tomatoes can be eaten raw and cooked; however, cooking tomatoes increases the amount of lycopene released for the body to absorb.
Dwarf Tomatoes offer a burst of flavours suitable for both savoury and sweet dishes, or you can eat them as a snack.
Pick and come again! Dwarf Tomatoes offer multiple cycles of flowering and fruiting, and they may continue to grow for several months with regular trimming and pollination.
Trim the side shoots between the main stem and branches to keep the plant compact. Hand-pollinate the flowers by gently shaking the entire plant. Pick the tomato as soon as it turns full red, do not let ripe fruit stay on the plant too long, or they may soften or crack.
Dwarf Tomato plants may develop long roots, lift the net pods up to check the roots every 3 weeks and trim extending roots, leaving just one pinky finger long of roots extended from the base of the net pod.
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