If you are looking for a low growing/sprawling dwarf variety, Victorian Dwarf tomato is definitely one to try. Regular plants grow to about three feet and are produce many clusters of about 5 tomatoes that begin to ripen about 72 days after transplant. Tomatoes are softish, sweeter and juicy. there is not much tang in this one. Our plants were never affected by any diseases. We did spray with Copper Sulfate before first fruits appeared. These grow well in containers but you may have to cage them. But whether they are in containers or in the ground, you are in for a treat!