• Florida Petite produces the biggest sized cherries among all of the micro dwarfs. I have harvested many that were bigger than a ping pong ball. Plants are about 6-8 inches and produce a good amount of red, juicy fruits.  Staking is essential. You can expect to begin your harvest about 70 days after transplant. 3/4 to 1 gallon containers would be perfect for this gem!  Perfect for salads and fresh eating off the plant!
  • Dark Stripe Micro Tomato

    Introduced by Renaissance Farms in October 2020. Limited Supply!

    Dark Stripe Micro Tomato ( Limited to 1 order per customer)

    Introducing.. Dark Stripe Micro tomato! It's the only true dwarf multi-flora that I know of.  There are several dwarf varieties that claim to be multiflora but don't quite produce abundantly, or have the habit. Seeds for these were shared with me several years ago, unstable and at F3.  I have worked on it, selecting mostly for its multiflora qualities, plant size and taste. It's now very stable!  Not only that, this tomato is a beautifully bi-colored variety. Although it's called a micro, it has the habit of a true dwarf. Rugose leafed, tree-like plants, can reach 2 feet tall in-the-ground, and up to 1.5 in 2-3 gallon pots. Also, this is an indeterminate variety! These plants produce many bunches of 40-60 fruits all on a very short plant, all season long. These do not produce many seeds. Many of my plants have produced over 250 tomatoes. I also like that it's not too seedy! We will be offering our seeds a little above our average prices due to low seed count and it's rarity.. At this time (2020-2021) we are the only vendor in the world to offer these! Taste is awesome, rich, sweet and balanced. You would love this tomato! Great for containers or in the ground! LIMITED SUPPLY! (1 order per customer)
  • I am delighted to present to you, Great White Blues tomato! Absolutely stunning to look it, this unique looking fruit is about 6-10 ounces. It is fairly meaty, juicy sweet and fruity. This tomato is no slouch. In fact its surprisingly good. Fruits grow on five to six feet tall vines and begin to ripen about 80 days after transplant. An absolute pleasure to grow. When grown in full sunlight, they came alive. You will experience variations of colors form very dark to a vary pale yellow/white. this is a must grow! Great Sandwich, garnish, salsa and fresh eating tomato. Does exceptionally well at farmers market! For more delicious unique colored tomatoes, feel free to visit our Antho Category.
  • Big Sungold Select tomato easily fits in with some of the best cherries available today. Without a doubt, this is one definitely worth growing! Clusters of 6-8 fruits begin to ripen around 68 days from transplant. They turn from green to a beautiful yellow that deserves attention. Plants can be taller than 6 feet and are very vibrant. Big Sungold Select can easily be used as a main crop cherry type, for market sales etc. Tomatoes are fruity, firms, crack-free and delish! Expect to harvest all season long. Stake well and reap your rewards. Perfect for snacking, salads, dehydrating, tomato jam and so much more! Everyone who tried them wanted more!
  • Sgt Pepper’s Tomato


    Sgt Pepper's Tomato

    Sgt Pepper's tomato is a member of the antho family. Plants produce the most beautiful oxhearts that are literally black on the top and deep red on the bottom end. The amount of anthology can vary depending on the level of exposure and time of year. Sgt Pepper's tomato vines are very skinny with wispy leaves.  They can be as tall as 6 feet. Plants produce a high quantity of 3-6 ounce fruits that begin to ripen about 80 days after transplant. Proper staking is required!  It is a sweet tomato with a hint of earthiness. There is plenty of meat too! These are perfect for fresh eating, garnishing, cooking, drying and a necessity for market sales. Its beauty and taste make it quite qualified to be in my future gardens.
  • Venus Micro Dwarf Tomato

    Venus micro dwarf tomato is a very beautiful and tasty fruit that grows on a 5 inch plant. In some ways it reminds me about Pinocchio Orange (Pinokkio Oranzhevyj). It's sweet and juicy with a little tartness too. Very good for snacking and salads! Available From January 25th 2018
  • Midnight Sun Tomato


    Midnight Sun Tomato

    Just when you thought you saw it all, Karen Olivier has produced a line of potato leafed oxhearts that will totally blow your mind. There are NO  oxhearts, especially potato leafed varieties, that are as beautiful as hers! Midnight Sun tomato is a 5, to perhaps 10 ounce oxheart, that are produced on wispy, potato leafed plants. These, as all of Karen's varieties were bred in Canada, and are all suitable for northern gardens! Plants grew taller than 6 feet and always looked healthy. Staking was absolutely necessary from the very beginning because these are truly wispy vines! Taste is superb and delightful when fully ripened. This one has a rich finish, while having a full tomato experience. I would totally recommend these to chefs, or anyone wanting to plate some very beautiful colors. Midnight Sun started ripening about 75 days after transplant. Have a look at our pictures, delightful! These are a must grow! Find Karen's Facebook Page HERE!
  • Growing to only about 3 inches, Baby micro dwarf  tomato is perhaps the smallest plant of all the micro dwarf varieties. But don't let the tiny plant size lull you to sleep. This is a very willing producer of pretty red cherry tomatoes. Fruits are tangy, juicy and mildly sweet. They keep very well after harvest. Grows perfectly in half gallon containers. In my opinion, there is no advantage to using a larger container.  Great in salads and eaten of of the plant.
  • Regina Red micro dwarf tomato is a really sturdy cherry variety that grows on 10 inch plants or shorter. This well balanced fruit is delicious and slightly tangy, with good sweetness too! One of the things that I love about this variety is that it produces plenty fruits for such a small plant. 50-55 Days!  
  • If you are looking for a beautiful, micro dwarf cherry tomato, that ripens in 70 days, Yellow Canary is the one for you. Plants are about 8 inches tall! This variety produces some of the prettiest fruits in the micro dwarf world. Matching its beauty is its taste. For me, it's memorable! Firm, balanced and juicy cherries are perfect for salads and snacking right off the plants. You can expect ripened fruits about 70 days after transplant. These grow excellently in small containers of 3/4-1 gallon. Perfect for window sills, patio growing and under lights indoors. Get ready for a sweet and tasty treat!
  • Hardin's Miniature Micro Dwarf Tomato

    Unique in its own right, Hardin's Miniature micro dwarf tomato is just a beautiful sight to behold. 10-12 inch plants produce a multiplicity of offshoots that all produce heavily. 1-1.5 inch elongated fruits can be found from the bottom to the top of each plant and begin to ripen around 65 days after transplant. Plants do excellently in 1 gallon containers, bigger containers are not needed or recommended. Hardins will also produce a second but smaller crop if cared for and pruned a little after the first. This is a great keeper tomato for canning, cooking, stews and snacking. Highly recommended!
  • Are you are looking for a dwarf variety that has look appeal and great taste? Adelaide Festival would work well. Sweet and smoky fruits will blow you away with their richness and balance! These beautiful, bi-color fruits grow on 3 foot plants. Fruits begin to ripen about 80 days after transplant. Adelaide Festival Dwarf tomato is rich and juicy with good sweetness. I have had lots of success growing these in containers too! Heavily laden plants would need some help standing upright. Tomato cages work excellently in ground or in containers. Great sandwich, garnish, tomato and cooking tomato. This variety showed really good resistance to diseases! See it on YouTube!
  • Birdie Jaune Micro Dwarf Tomato

    Yet another tasty and exciting variety to grow, Birdie Jaune micro dwarf tomato is a solid choice for container and small garden growing. Our rugose leafed, 10 inch plants, produced canary yellow cherries that were sweet over tart with a very refreshing feel. Our plants started ripening fruits about 67 days from transplant and continued producing for quite a while. Does well under grow lights or outside. 3/4 to 1 gallon containers are perfect for these. If you are trying to grow your micro Dwarf collection or trying them for the first time, try these, you will like them!
  • This tomato is not weird, it's delicious! Girls Girl's Weird thing tomato is ready for anything! beautiful, oblate fruits can reach 14 ounces. They ripen to a beautiful brown with green vertical stripes that fit perfectly together. Flavor is rich, complex and sweeter with good balance. This is a surprisingly good tomato! Perfect for sauces, sandwiches, market sales, garnishing and as a slicing tomato. Vines are six feet tall and produce tons!
  • Andrina micro dwarf tomato is a variety that produces larger red cherries that are similar in size to Florida Petite. Even though the fruits are larger, plants produce a nice amount of firm, sweet and juicy cherries. Plants are about 8-10 inches at maturity. But their production is good. They begin to ripen their fruits about 75 days after transplant. So get ready to eat! A little staking may be necessary. I use Chinese chopsticks and they work perfectly! We successfully grew them indoors and under lights. Using 3/4 gallon containers, we were able to fit about 12-15 plants under one 4 foot light fixture and all did exceptionally well. Andrina is my favorite red micro dwarf tomato!
  • 75-Days. Some of the most unique tomatoes that you would ever grow, Little Lucky Heart tomato is also one of the prettiest. Ping pong ball sized, heart shaped fruits are beautifully, bi-colored.  They are so pretty and tasty that you will definitely grow them every year. I am especially fascinated by the fact that these beauties are grown on potato leafed, prolific vines. Fruits are very juicy and balanced with nice fruitiness. Eat a lot because they just keep coming all the way until Fall.! They are perfect for snacking in the garden, salsas, sliced salads, for market production, drying for flakes and so much more! Please visit our oxheart category for more beautiful tomatoes.
  • If you are love growing fun and tasty varieties, Curly Kaley tomato would definitely be one to try. This variety is perfect for containers or patio growing.  Plants are about 15-20 inches tall. Very unique plants look like they have the stick gene with very thick, firm trunks and narrow width. They produce plenty, slightly elongated, red cherry tomatoes. These are very tasty and firm to the touch. This can be placed in the micro-dwarf or dwarf categories. Fruits are fleshy treats, have a low seed count, and they are sweet and tangy. Perfect salad and snacking tomato. Plants have a indeterminate habit and continue producing all season long. Best grown in a 1-2 gallon container.
  • Evil Olive Tomato


    Evil Olive Tomato

    I really got a surprise when my Evil Olive tomato plants started ripening their fruits. Even as an experienced grower, their exterior colors when fully ripened were stunning and surprising to me. But that's not all! I got an even bigger surprise when I cut them open. Beautiful shades of orange, greens and lime suddenly revealed themselves. Evil Olive plants have a darkish tint to their foliage and produce plenty regular sized cherry tomatoes. Fruit color is dark green with a nice shade of orange on blossom end, when ripened. Taste is nice with a little tang. Great fresh salsa tomato! Also nice for snacking, canning, garnish. Good disease resistance. 75 days after transplant.
  • Aztek Micro Dwarf Tomato

    Out Of Stock! Aztek micro dwarf tomato is a sweet, juicy and kind of fruity. It's really a lot of fun to grow! Plants grow to about 8 inches tall. They are loaded with beautiful fruits that are whitish when green.  You can expect your first ripened fruits about 65- 70 days after transplant. Once the plant begins to ripen its tomatoes, you will be blessed with an abundance of very tasty fruits. Sweet and firmest with good balance, Aztek is perfect for snacking on or salads, jams, jellies and canning. Like some other dwarf varieties, you may also be blessed with a second, smaller crop if you feed and water often. Ours have always been grown in 3/4 gallon containers and do exceptionally well. We grow both outdoors and under lights indoors during the winter. Many more awesome micro dwarf varieties awaiting you, Here!
  • Rejina Yellow micro dwarf tomato is an average sized cherry tomato that are borne on 8-10 inch plants. They are sweeter and mild with good flavor and plenty of juice. Ripened fruits are softer and have a really nice tomato aroma. tomatoes ripen to a very beautiful angry yellow. Plants produces a lot of fruits for their diminutive sizes. You can expect ripened fruit around 50-55 days after transplant.
  • The most beautiful of bi-color fruits, no other oxheart tomato has the presence of Orange Russian 117 tomato. it's not just beautiful looker, though. Orange Russian is a good tasting tomato. It's medium-mild, slightly fruity and sweetish. Overall it has a very pleasant finish. I have grown this one for about 10 years and have always ben pleased. Fruits average about 8 ounces but many can reach close to the one pound range. Harty, skinny vines begin to ripen fruits about 85 ays after transplant. Good for sandwiches, sweet sauce, garnishing and sweeter sewed tomatoes. Great at Farmers' market! Watch out!!
  • Belmonte Tomato


    Belmonte Tomato 

    Belmonte tomato is a large red beefsteak that grows on tall strong vines. It produces a really good amount of fruits that can compete with the best of them. What I really like about this tomato is that it's vines always blow through diseases. that determination to produce makes them a regular in my garden. Fruits begin to ripen about 80 days after transplant and continue all the way till frost. Our biggest fruits were in the 1.5 pound range and smallest around 10 ounces. Tomatoes are juicy, sweeter and overall well balanced. This is a perfect sandwich tomato that has some similarities to Pink Brandywine. Also great for market vendors.
  • Delice De Neuilly Tomato

    Whether you have grown micro dwarfs before or not, Delice De Neuilly micro dwarf tomato is a very good choice for growing indoors or out. Sturdy, 6 -10 inch plants, will do excellently in 3/4 - 1 gallon containers. For me, these were a joy to grow. Production is very good and taste is on the acidic side and refreshing. Nice and crunchy! Very good keepers and salad tomatoes! This variety begins to ripen around 65 days from transplant!
  • Dwarf Suzy's Beauty Tomato

    You will be hard-pressed to find a more beautiful fruit when sliced, than Dwarf Suzy's Beauty tomato. Big bi-colored fruits, can reach 14 ounces but average 10. They have plenty of exterior appeal too! Other than looks, these are very tasty, with rich, thick juice that drips from your fingers. Plenty fruitiness and sweets are also very evident. This is a very good tomato! Dwarf plants are 3 feet tall and produce a lot for such  large variety. Ours started ripening about 75 days after transplant. These may do well in 5 gallon containers or bigger. Perfect if you have a small garden space but wanting big fruits and production! Recommended!
  • Captain Lucky Tomato


    Captain Lucky Tomato

    Captain Lucky tomato is a potato leaf variety. It produces 6-10 ounce, bi-colored, delicious slicers. Plants are robust and grow to about 5 feet tall and have shown good disease resistance for us. Tomatoes grow in clusters of about 5. They begin to ripen about 80 days after transplant. This bi-color beauty is rich, fruity and juicy. The interior of this gem is beautifully marbled with different shades of pinks on green. Perfect for garnishing, slicing, market sales, cooking and fresh eating off the vine. If you are looking for a consistent tomato that will not let you down, then this is the way to go. Also check out its sister tomato.
  • Sart Roloise Tomato


    Sart Roloise Tomato

    Sart Roloise tomato is a newer variety that has quickly gained popularity. It has a very unique and distinct coloration. A member of the anthocyanin family, this tomato proudly boasts its colors on its skin. It is one of the few varieties that is black on the top side and white on the bottom end. There may also be bluish blackish vertical streaks on parts of this beautiful tomato. Sart Roloise vines are tall and skinny. They produce clusters of 5, or so, tomatoes that are sweet and earthy with lots of juice. They turn dark purple wherever the sun touches them.  Fruits vary in weight from 4 to perhaps 8 ounces. Many of ours were in the 6 ounce range. They are among some of the most beautiful tomatoes that you will ever lay your eyes on! These are great for slicing, garnishing, and sandwiches. Market sales are excellent! Also check out Great White Blues tomato.
  • Dwarf Purple Reign tomato is perhaps the prettiest black colored dwarf that I have grown. Very smooth and crack-free fruits have superb flavor that reminds me of Black Krim. These also remind me of Chyornyi Tarasenko. They were sweeter and intense with some flavors that I cannot really describe (all good)! Our indeterminate plants were about 3 feet tall and produced plenty of 6-12 ounce fruits that were covered with thick foliage. Plants produced well all season long. A little staking was necessary because plants quickly became too heavy. Expect your first ripened fruits about 75 days after transplant. These will do well in containers also!


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