Tomato 'Dwarf Wild Fred'

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2 €

PACKAGING: Sachet Zip lock 12 - 15 SEEDS

Short bushes with beautiful and tasty purple fruit.

1. Original Name: Dwarf Wild Fred.

2. History: Bred by the Dwarf Tomato Project. It originated from a cross made by Bruce Bradshaw between New Big Dwarf and Carbon and named Sleazy. Later named by Craig LeHoullier (who is one of the founders of the Dwarf Tomato Project) as Wild Fred to honor his father. His father Wilfred was a sexton in the church and once had his name misspelled in the program as Wild Fred LeHoullier, which gave him endless laughs. Released in 2010.

3. Plant Specifications: Mid-season. Perfect for growing outdoors. Determinate short dwarf bush, growing up to 3.3 feet (100 cm) tall. Thick stem, broad rugose regular leaves. Regular truss, 3-4 fruits per truss.

4. Training Instructions: No training is required. The bushes are compact and suckers do not grow fast. It is enough just to tie the longest stems (there may be 3-5 stems) to the horizontal support structure from above.

5. Shape and Weight: Smooth salad-type beefsteak fruits, sometimes with shallow ribs near the stem end. Weight: 3.5-10.6 oz. (100-300 g).

6. Color: Beautiful dark pink, purple or violet fruits. They may have a green crown-shaped spot near the stem end. This particular feature is a demonstration of an amazing taste of these tomatoes.

7. Flavor Profile: An amazing and well-balanced taste being sweet and slightly tart. A spicy tomato flavor. Buttery flesh, thick walls. Very juicy.

8. Culinary Use: A good choice for fresh salads, juices, sauces and canning. Do not keep well as the fruits get too soft. However, it is crack-resistant.

Dwarf Wild Fred has proved to be a stable variety and a heavy cropper. Large meaty and tasty fruit.

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