Organic Arctic Rose Dwarf Tomato
We love these pearlescent pink tomatoes with heirloom deliciousness and well-balanced sweetness, impressively abundant on dwarf 3.5-foot plants. Organic Arctic Rose Dwarf Tomato 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 are 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. If you’d love more tips like this delivered straight to your inbox, join our weekly organic gardening email here!
At Fruition, we sow tomatoes in soil blocks indoors 2 months before final frost, early April for us here in Zone 5, germinating them on heat mats with ease. Good light is essential: Younger, less stressed seedlings are healthier and more abundant than older, more stressed seedlings.
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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!