Tiny Tim is an heirloom tomato variety that was introduced by the University of New Hampshire in 1945.
This is an extremely productive micro-dwarf variety that only grows to about 16 inches, but it produces tons of small almost 1-inch fruit that sometimes outweigh the plant 3:1!
This is a perfect one for hanging baskets or growing in a sunny window. It also has really good disease resistance.
Common Name - Tomato Botanical Name - Solanum Lycopersicum Heirloom Status (lineage established at least 50 years ago) - Heirloom Tomato Open-Pollinated Status - Open-Pollinated Organic Status - Organic Tomato Growth Habit - Dwarf-Determinate Tomato Days to Maturity - 50-60 Days Days to Germinate - 6-14 Days Fruit Color - Red Tomato Fruit Size - Small/ Cherry Tomato Soil Depth - ¼ Inch Soil Temperature - 75-85 Degrees Plant Spacing - 36-48 inches Row Spacing - 4-5 Feet Preferences - Full Sun, Moist Well Drained Soil