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Sarandipity Dwarf Tomato

Sarandipity Dwarf Tomato

Sarandipity Dwarf Tomato

Sarandipity Dwarf tomato is a delightful, ping pong ball sized, green striped, round, chocolate colored tomato.  It is very easy to grow, indoors or out.  I absolutely love growing this variety.  If you have never grown Dwarf tomatoes, you would love growing any of the many varieties that we carry.

Sarandipity Dwarf Tomato Vines.

Sarandipity Dwarf Tomato vines are compact.  Though some people have had vines that were about 3.5 feet tall, my tallest vines grow to about 2.5 feet  tall in containers and about 3 feet  tall in the ground, most were shorter.  Plants are always loaded with the most beautiful, bi-colored fruits. Even when not ripened, beautiful bi-color traits can still be seen.  Though they are dwarfs, they still need to be staked. They will easily fall over with the weight of the fruits.  Dwarf vines can be planted more closely than regular vines.  I plant mine about 2 feet apart.  Container growing is highly recommended.  I have had tremendous success growing dwarfs in 4 and 5 gallon buckets. Fruits usually begin to ripen about 75 days after they have been transplanted in their grow-out location.

Sarandipity Dwarf Tomato Taste.

Sarandipity Dwarf tomatoes are flavorful and mild, with some good sweetness. They are not over the top in any way.  The flesh is thick and soft.  They are great candidates for salsa, sauces and salad.  Also great for fresh eating; just pluck a few from the vines and pop them in your mouth.
Our Sarandipity Dwarf tomato seeds are always freshly packed just for you!
Height: 36″
Width: 2′
Spacing: 30″
Determinate/Indeterminate: Indeterminate


6 weeks before last frost
7-14 Days
24-36 Apart
Cage, stake or trellis

Green Thumb Tip
Sow seeds indoors ¼” deep. Tomatoes are sensitive to freezing temperatures, so wait to transplant outdoors until the soil is warm. Plant in full sun.

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