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Organic Lemon Ice Dwarf Tomato
Organic Lemon Ice Dwarf Tomato
Organic Lemon Ice Dwarf Tomato


 
Lemon Ice is perfectly named: sweet & creamy with rich, juicy flesh, this is one of our key go-to treats on the farm all summer. Incredibly stout 2.5 to 3 foot plants are prolific and incredibly early. With impressively few seeds.

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Tomato, dwarf Lemon Ice

  

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Organic Lemon Ice Dwarf Tomato We share Craig LeHouillier's passion for tomatoes & are in awe of the many dwarf varieties he has developed in collaboration. Lemon Ice is perfectly named: sweet & creamy with rich, juicy flesh, this is one of our key go-to treats on the farm all summer. Incredibly stout 2.5 to 3 foot plants are prolific and incredibly early. With impressively few seeds. You will not be disappointed by this magnificent new variety!

You'll enjoy lots of fruit when you grow these in containers, all the more if you trellis them ever so slightly.


58 days to maturity from transplant

Lycopersicon lycopersicum

Grown by Fruition Seeds in Naples, NY

Potting up Tomato Seedlings
Transplanting Tomatoes
How to Ripen Tomatoes in a Cool Season

Average Rating: 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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Sturdy & mild December 4, 2017
Reviewer: K. A. from Bloomington, IN United States  
I wanted a dwarf to try in the top of my Garden Tower planter and this variety performed well. Only got about 18" in that situation but still produced a surprising number of tomatoes.  The taste was a bit too mild for me but they were nice to add a different color to tomato dishes.

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November 26, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Valencia, PA United States  
Perfect yellow tomato!

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Good colour, would use in multi-coloured recipe October 5, 2017
Reviewer: Flatcat from Dryden, Ontario  
Lemon Ice also germinated well on a heat pad under lights and grew well, disease free, not near as many tomatoes as Arctic Rose, but this was not a normal summer....generally much cooler and wet than normal, then very hot and dry, followed by more wet and cool.  It also seemed very mellow.

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