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Plant Details:

Exposure: Sun

General Information: A Ball Seed Exclusive selection. Available as Coated Seed. Easy to manage; very short internodes on compact plants. Uniform shoulder color and consistently good taste. Grow staked, caged or as a bush type. 72 days to maturity; 10-14 oz. (283-397 g). Indeterminate (pole or stake type). Blossoms and fruit develop progressively, and the harvest lasts several months; best when staked.
Grower Information:

A Ball Seed Exclusive selection. Available as Coated Seed. Easy to manage; very short internodes on compact plants. Uniform shoulder color and consistently good taste. Grow staked, caged or as a bush type. 72 days to maturity; 10-14 oz. (283-397 g). Indeterminate (pole or stake type). Blossoms and fruit develop progressively, and the harvest lasts several months; best when staked.

Plant Details:

Scientific Name: Solanum lycopersicum Common Name: Tomato Blooming Season: Spring, Late Spring, Summer, Late Summer, Autumn, Winter Plant Habit: Upright Characteristics: Culinary Use

Water: Light
Fertilize: Every two weeks

Spacing: 12 – 18″ (30 – 46cm) Height: 7 – 9″ (18 – 23cm) Width: 10 – 12″ (25 – 30cm) Exposure: Partial Sun, Sun

General Information: Siam will brighten up your windowsill or patio table, and provides deliciously sweet fruit for your recipes! With Siam, you’ll enjoy handfuls of fruit over a few weeks. Be sure to place it in a location with high light and keep well watered to allow fruit to ripen. And add it to your monthly shopping list for more fresh tomatoes!
Grower Information:

Grow these mini vegetable plants inside or out! The NEW Kitchen Minis® collection includes potted vegetable plants consumers can grow inside on a sunny windowsill or counter without a garden! They can also be grown outside as tabletop patio varieties. These Kitchen Minis encourage consumers to grow and harvest their own homegrown vegetables all year round.

  • Plant benefits from being grown dry. Support fruit weight by inserting sticks close to the central stem at the time of flowering.