Don’t be surprised if you decide to grow this beautiful tomato every year. Dwarf Russian Swirl tomato comes highly recommended by ME! I first tried these out in the winter of 2015, growing them in buckets and under light. They did so well that I once again tried it on the farm that summer. It was a smash it once more.
Dwarf Russian Swirl vines are about 4 feet tall and bear some of the prettiest slicers that you would ever see. They begin to ripen about 75 days after transplant and continue all the way till frost. Fruits are fruity, sweet, juicy and delicious. Let them ripen well and you will be blessed with a beautiful treat!
These are perfect for slicing, sandwiches, fresh eating, garnishing, cooking and salsas. Restraint is required while in the garden because they may never make t to the kitchen table.