Dwarf Whereokowhai Tomato
One of my favorites for 2020 Dwarf Whereokowhai tomato was really surprising and satisfying. 2.5-3 feet tall plants, these produced so many fruits that I was eating every time I walked by the plants. Fruits were sweet and fruity with plenty richness. When sliced, Whereokowhai is a sight to behold! A beautiful marbling of yellows and pinks will really turn your head. Hardy, tree-like plants. 75-80 days from transplant.Good choice for container of small space growing!
kyle bouchard (verified owner) –
I really hate to give this one 2 stars because it might do well for others, but for me it was just not an impressive variety. Although is was a fairly decent, consistent producer of smallish, beautiful tomatoes, the taste didn’t impress me all that much. Not bad but not good either. Like some other varieties, the flavor of the fruits seemed really dependent on the weather conditions that were prevalent while ripening. The plant grew well in a 5 gallon nursery pot, (although it did get early blight sooner than others in the same area) and the fruit was good for dressing up a salsa, but not good for fresh eating or in a salad etc. Some say these are really tasty but for me they’re just not worth growing again. I live in the Pacific Northwest so it’s possible they don’t like the climate here and would do well and even thrive in warmer areas with a longer season. As always the quality and germination rate of the seeds from Curtis were excellent!