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


 
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Lemon Ice, our favorite dwarf tomato, is perfectly named: sweet & creamy with rich, juicy flesh, Lemon Ice is always the first dwarf tomato to ripen each season. Her incredibly stout 2.5 to 3-foot plants are impressively prolific and perfect for containers. You'll find fewer seeds in Lemon Ice than many other varieties and she's often heart-shaped. Extraordinarily, each year we've grown Lemon Ice we've found a Song Sparrow nest in her stout, strong branches, tucked into the foliage.

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Organic Lemon Ice Dwarf Tomato

Lemon Ice, our favorite dwarf tomato, is perfectly named: sweet & creamy with rich, juicy flesh, Lemon Ice is always the first dwarf tomato to ripen each season. Her incredibly stout 2.5 to 3-foot plants are impressively prolific and perfect for containers. You'll find fewer seeds in Lemon Ice than many other varieties and she's often heart-shaped. Extraordinarily, each year we've grown Lemon Ice we've found a Song Sparrow nest in her stout, strong branches, tucked into the foliage.

We are endlessly thankful for Craig LeHouillier for breeding this fabulous new dwarf tomato, bravo!

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& the whole Fruition Crew



58 days to maturity from transplant

Lycopersicon lycopersicum

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5 of 5 BEST YELLOW TOMATO! January 8, 2020
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Lombard, IL  
My first time around with the dwarf tomatoes. Germination was great. Plants looked the healthiest and most compact at the earliest stages (when compared to other non-dwarf varieties grown).  In the future I will be offering these plants plenty of support and a little more space. They are very productive which results in toppling over if not supported.

This variety produces the best tasting yellow tomatoes I've ever grown. I was skeptical, but trusted Fruition's description, and they delivered a great tasting fresh tomato.

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5 of 5 One of the earliest to produce this year. October 12, 2019
Reviewer: Stephanie from Waterloo, NY United States  
Early on it was a very happy plant and one of the first to have tomatoes ripening.  My mistake was the location where I planted it, sandwiched between two non dwarf varieties, it was quickly outpaced height wise and despite lots of pruning it was not allowed to be the happy little sun worshiper tomatoes love to be.  I'll make sure to give it it's very own space next year as I'm sure the flavor and production will change considerably in the right light.

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5 of 5 Lemon Ice dwarf January 15, 2019
Reviewer: Ana Zanor from Stoughton, MA United States  
The best producer of the 3 dwarf varieties I purchased as well as the hardiest plant

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4 of 5 Great color and flavor December 29, 2017
Reviewer: Teri from Barton NY  
I enjoyed the lemony flavor of this tomato. The color was great too, with a translucent quality to it at times. I would have liked a bigger plant, but this dwarf produced well too.

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3 of 5 December 19, 2017
Reviewer: Carol Fortman from Lancaster, NY United States  
leaves browned then died before all tomatoes could ripen.
liked the compact plants.

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