Organic Arctic Rose Dwarf Tomato

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60 days to harvest from transplant Solanum lycopersicum

We love these pearlescent pink tomatoes with heirloom deliciousness and well-balanced sweetness, impressively abundant on dwarf 3.5-foot plants. Arctic Rose is among our first tomatoes to ripen, her fruits often 5 to 6 ounces. Like many tomatoes, early season fruits are larger than late, especially if nutrients are a limiting factor, as they often are in containers. All of Fruition’s dwarf tomatoes will grow in 5-gallon containers, though they’ll truly thrive in 10-gallon containers or larger. We share our go-to containers for gardening as well as organic slow-release fertilizer making container gardening easier and more abundant. For all dwarf tomatoes, though trellising is optional, a little goes a long way in helping fruit ripen quickly and easily harvested.

Size Price Quantity# Availability
20 Seeds $3.95 In stock
40 Seeds $6.80 In stock
80 Seeds $12.80 In stock

1 review for Organic Arctic Rose Dwarf Tomato

  1. Jackie Marchand

    Disease free, full of ripening tomatoes that are delicious. Best dwarf tomato I’ve ever planted in a pot! I highly recommend it. I had to remember that it’s a pink tomato so is ripe before it looks it because it doesn’t turn truly red. I will plant again!

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Organic Arctic Rose Dwarf Tomato

Planting Method: Transplant Only

When to sow: 6-8 weeks before last frost

Seed Depth: 1/8 inch      Days to Germination: 7-10 at 80°F (27°C)

Sowing and seedling care: Don’t start too early! Sow indoors 2 seeds/cell or soil block, & thin to 1. We recommend sowing on a heat mat at 80°F to emergence, 75°F after. Good light is essential: Younger, less stressed seedlings are healthier and more abundant than older, more stressed seedlings. Pot up to 3-4” pots when first true leaves, submerging 3/4 of the stem below soil.

When to transplant: Harden off & transplant outdoors after frost, again burying stem.

Strong 3′ trellis optional but helpful. Water soil, not leaves. Prune lowest stem “suckers” as they emerge.

Transplant Spacing:  2 feet   Sun Needs: Full

Days to Harvest: 67

Harvest: Indeterminate. A scrumptious snack straight off the vine! Enjoy fruit early and often, and until frost too 🙂

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