Container Varieties

Many of us are looking for varieties that take up less space and yet produce like full-sized plants with that great heirloom flavor. Here are some we have tried and took to the market months before anyone else had tomatoes because we were able to plant them so early in containers.



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Pink Passion (dwarf tomato)

Pink Passion (dwarf tomato)

Pink Passion is a wonderful producer of flawless iridescent pink fruit with a distinct point. I was taking ripe fruit to market in May after starting...
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Pink Passion (dwarf tomato)

Pink Passion (dwarf tomato)

Pink Passion is a wonderful producer of flawless iridescent pink fruit with a distinct point. I was taking ripe fruit to market in May after starting...
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Rita's Black Pear

Rita's Black Pear

I grew this as a container plant because the seedlings had that dwarf look. The plants stayed small, a little over two foot tall with a bushy habit...
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Rita's Black Pear

Rita's Black Pear

I grew this as a container plant because the seedlings had that dwarf look. The plants stayed small, a little over two foot tall with a bushy habit...
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Rosella Purple

Rosella Purple

Rosella Purple is probably the most talked about variety to come out of the Dwarf Project and one of the finest achievements to date by this...
$4.50

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Sakwa container sweet corn

Sakwa container sweet corn

This small blue sweet corn from the Hopi is something you can grow in a container. The stalks rarely exceed 3 feet, and each sets two of these...
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Saratovsky

Saratovsky

'Saratovsky' was sent to me form Russia by a friend, Dmitry Schlomin. It does not exactly match the description at Tatiana's. This variety from...
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Severnaya Malyutka

Severnaya Malyutka

Very early (less than 100 days from seed) round, bright red tomatoes (just about 2 ounces) are borne on a short, stout plant with RL finely-divided,...
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Sibirskiy Skorospelyy

Sibirskiy Skorospelyy

This is a wonderful early tomato, nearly as early as Stupice - less than 60 days - and more regular. According to Tatiana's (the bible for all things...
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Sleeping Lady

Sleeping Lady

Sleeping Lady is another of the Dwarf Project's tomatoes. The stout indeterminate plants with rugose folaige reach 3' tall and are perfect for...
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