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Organic Boronia Dwarf Tomato
Organic Boronia Dwarf Tomato
Organic Boronia Dwarf Tomato


 
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With Paul Robeson (one of Fruition's all-time favorites) in its parentage, Boronia is basically luscious, brick red Paul Robeson fruits on short 3.5 foot plants.

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Organic Boronia Dwarf Tomato With Paul Robeson (one of Fruition's all-time favorites) in its parentage, Boronia is basically luscious, brick red Paul Robeson fruits on short 3.5 foot plants. It's flavor is more in the Black Krim family than the Brandywine, offering darker, richer fruit notes rather than light, fruity sweetness. Boronia can be grown easily in a 2 gallon pot or larger; the larger the pot and richer the soil the more abundant and more flavorful a crop you'll enjoy. Trellising is optional, though helps with ripening and increases overall fruit quality.

65 days to maturity from transplant

Lycopersicon lycopersicum


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Early maturing and delicious August 1, 2018
Reviewer: Michele from Bartlett, IL United States  
This was my first slicer to mature and I was quite pleased with the flavor.  The plant is nearly 3 ft. tall and I have picked several tomatoes with a good half dozen more to go.  This dwarf variety is doing quite well compared to the others I planted in large containers.  I will be growing this one again and sharing with friends.  I have another plant I did in-ground but planted much later.  It seems to be doing just as well as the container plant but I'm still waiting on ripe fruit.

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