Red House Free Standing
From Tatiana's TOMATOBase
|Red House Free Standing|
|Growth habit||semi-det., dwarf|
|Leaf type||regular, rugose|
- Semi-det., 75-85 days, excellent tomato for pots, very sturdy too. This one had excellent flavour for me, but big time BER and low production, so I have not grown it since 2002.
- Michael Ford 01 / a SSE member in Oklahoma 1995
Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada
- Very late, 85 days, 24-30 inch dwarf plant. Good production of 6-10+ oz red, slightly oblate fruit. Produced a 13.4 oz fruit in 2009. Foliage is very dark green and fruit is borne in clusters under the foliage close to the main stem. Plant can fall over with fruit load. I use the wire pepper cages to support. This is one of the only plants I have seen to produce such large fruit on such a small plant. Mano had similar plant size and shape but with not nearly as large fruit. It would make an excellent small container plant.
- Seeds of Change, 06
Year: 2007, 2008, 2009
Denise Salmon (B.C SA D). Red House Free Standing. 2002