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Tiny Tim Tomato
Tiny Tim Tomato
Tiny Tim Tomato
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20 seed Packet - $2.25
0.25 gram Packet - $4.55
1 gram - $15.55
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Tiny Tim
45 days, dwarf — A heavy yielder with clusters of fine flavored, red fruit that are about one half inch in diameter.

When grown in pots, this variety only grows ten to twelve inches tall and fourteen inches across. It may grow a bit bigger when planted in the garden.

Can be grown as a potted plant anytime of the year. Good for small gardens, patios, or apartment dwellers. Also well suited for hydroponics cultivation.

There are approximately 110 to 120 seeds per 0.25 gram.
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Love Tiny Tim!
I've grown Tiny Tims a couple of times, both in pots and in the garden. They are perfect in a medium to smallish size pot on my back stairs. They didn't do as well in the garden. They always produce throughout the season for me and the tomatoes are delicious! I plan on planting them again this summer.
Reviewed by: Karyn Smith from Virginia. on 3/10/2014
Very cute. Only 6 to 8 inches high.
Didn't like these much. Very cute. Only 6 to 8 inches high. However, there was burst of 8 to 10 fruit and then that was it. Maybe OK if you are growing in a small place or in the house.
Reviewed by: Mark Goodman from Starkville, Mississippi. on 12/17/2013
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