Dwarf Golden Heart Tomato
'Dwarf Golden Heart' tomatoes.

Dwarf Golden Heart Tomato

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Blunt, heart-shaped, yellow fruit possessing a delightful, balanced, sweet flavor.
Dwarf Golden Heart Certified Naturally Grown Seed Certified Naturally Grown Seed

70 days, dwarf — The vigorous, dwarf, rugose, regular leaf, plants produce a heavy yield of medium to medium large sized (four to ten ounces) blunt, heart-shaped, medium yellow fruit with a more pale colored flesh, and possessing a delightful, balanced, sweet flavor.

Developed by members of the "Dwarf Tomato Project" from a cross between 'Anna Banana Russian' and 'Roza Vetrov' made by Patrina Nuske Small. 'Dwarf Golden Heart' was selected and named by Linda Black. Among those who contributed to stabilizing this variety were Lurley Hernandez, Christy Shedd, Dan Follett, Jason Ford, Paul Fish, Linda Stormes and Craig LeHoullier. The starting seed sample was grown out and supplied by Bill Minkey. Introduced in 2015.  Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
A very weak shaped, but good flavored heart
I grew this in an EarthBox this season for the first time. For me it was an OK tomato that was midseason and the first few fruit were clearly heart shaped with good flavor. It did produce a fairly long time, but after the first few weeks, the fruit became round to oblate (no hearts), and became much smaller. It ended up producing 1-2 oz fruit before I pulled it after about 5-6 weeks. Initially, it had produced 3-6 oz tomatoes. Since this was grown in an EarthBox, it had plenty of moisture and fertilizer. Its modest resistance to foliage disease was typical of most of the dwarfs I've grown (with copper soap spraying).
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Indiana. on 9/20/2018
Super smooth and sweet!
We've gotten three so far and can't wait for more! I had two people, who swear they don't like tomatoes, close their eyes and taste these. While they had no idea what kind of fruit it was they loved it. This tomato literally has no or extremely low acid and tastes like nothing we've ever eaten! Next year I'm planting six of these!!! So delicious 😋
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Middle Tennessee. on 7/9/2016
Shape Shifter with great taste and great yellow color.
This was another tomato that I grew in a fabric pot and staked instead of caging. The weight of the fruit overcame the staking and caused the plant to split down the middle but it went on to produce a lot of fruit for the size of the plant and were all vivid yellow, sometimes with feint green shoulders. Like another reviewer mentions, the early offerings were heart shaped while successive fruit were increasingly round. All had fantastic flavor. Most went into salads but I also combined some with other yellow varieties and made some yellow salsa that was a big hit with guests.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Louisville, Colorado. on 2/6/2022
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