Inkspot Micro Dwarf Tomato

$2.75$3.75

(1 customer review)

Inkspot Micro Dwarf Tomato is a pretty interesting micro cherry variety. Fruits are small like one of its parents Pinocchio Orange. This is possibly the best tasting micro to date. When reading up on some of Inkspot’s plant description I found some that said their plants grew to about 12 inches, well none of my 10 plants were that short. In fact for me they were more like 15 inches, while still  producing nicely in 6 inch containers. Additionally, it was listed as a determinate variety. Well my plants seemed more like semi determinate. It’s October 29th here and I still have one plant in my greenhouse that’s producing, growing and getting taller. So for me these are not determinate at all. With that said, it does have many micro dwarf habits. Small plant, early producing and does well in just six inch pots and under light. As far as taste, this to me is very, very good! These are very dark and very beautiful. Check out my pictures. Definitely worth growing again and again. I would also recommend 1 gallon containers.

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Inkspot Micro Dwarf Tomato is a pretty interesting micro cherry variety. Fruits are small like one of its parents Pinocchio Orange. This is possibly the best tasting micro to date. When reading up on some of Inkspot’s plant description, I found some that it was said their plants grew to about 12 inches, well none of my 10 plants were that short. In fact, for me, they were more like 15 inches, while still  producing nicely in 6 inch containers. Additionally, it was listed as a determinate variety. Well my plants seemed more like semi determinate or even indeterminate. It’s October 29th here and I still have one plant in my greenhouse that’s producing, growing and getting taller. So for me these are not determinate at all. With that said, it does have many micro dwarf habits. Small plant, early producing and does well in just six inch pots and under light. As far as taste, this to me is very, very good! These are very dark and very beautiful. Check out my pictures. Definitely worth growing again and again. I would also recommend 1 gallon containers.

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Tomato Seeds

10 SEEDS, 20 SEEDS

1 review for Inkspot Micro Dwarf Tomato

  1. Michelle

    I grew Inkspot under lights last winter in a gallon pot. It got a bit taller than a foot in house. Definitely a couple of inches taller than our Vilma tomatoes, which were in the same size pots and stayed at about a foot. Inkspots are super tasty little tomatoes and very pretty. The plant split into two leaders and I should have pruned one of them out. I ended up using two small bamboo stakes, one for each leader. In the spring we put it outside and moved it into a two gallon pot. It got taller then. It produced really well until the middle of the summer when it got neglected and died. It’s a great tomato and I’ve got a new Inkspot seedling growing right now for this winter.

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