Yaponskiy Karlik

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Yaponskiy Karlik
Maturity early
Growth habit det., dwarf
Leaf type regular, rugose
Fruit color red
Fruit shape globe, oblate
Fruit size small
Fruit type salad
Variety type commercial
Country Russia
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Yaponskiy Karlik - ripe fruit. 2009-06-10.

B.C KO T

Very early (can mature in June if started early), 133 days from seed, regular rugose foliage, det., very compact tree-type plant, grows well in 2 gal containers, 1-3 oz round slightly flattened red globes grow in large clusters, very good sweet/acidic flavor.

Seed source:

a Russian CV 98 (Moscow)

Year grown: 2004, 2005, 2009

Location: Zone 7b, PNW, Anmore, BC, Canada (760 ft above sea level)


TX GU R

Compact, 18" tall plant, rugose foliage, 1-3 oz red fruit.

Seed source:

Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T)

Year grown: 2007

Location: Pasadena, Texas


History

  • Russian origin, despite the name.
  • Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T) shared the seeds with a few Garden Web members in 2005-2006. Jeanne Krenning of Montana (MT KR J), who received the seeds from Tatiana, introduced it in the SSE 2007 Yearbook Japanese Dwarf.



Also known as



Russian name: Японский Карлик

The name means 'Japanese Dwarf' in Russian.



Description in Russian



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Also known asJapanese Dwarf +
CountryRussia +
DescriptionVery early (can mature in June if started Very early (can mature in June if started early), 133 days from seed, regular rugose foliage, det., very compact tree-type plant, grows well in 2 gal containers, 1-3 oz round slightly flattened red globes grow in large clusters, very good sweet/acidic flavor. e clusters, very good sweet/acidic flavor.
Description in Russian
Fruit colorred +
Fruit shapeglobe + and oblate +
Fruit sizesmall +
Fruit typesalad +
Growth habitdet. + and dwarf +
History* Russian origin, despite the name.
  • [[Ta * Russian origin, despite the name.
  • Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T) shared the seeds with a few Garden Web members in 2005-2006. Jeanne Krenning of Montana (MT KR J), who received the seeds from Tatiana, introduced it in the SSE 2007 Yearbook Japanese Dwarf. the SSE 2007 Yearbook Japanese Dwarf.
Leafregular + and rugose +
Maturityearly +
Member codeB.C KO T + and TX GU R +
Russian nameЯпонский Карлик +
Seed sourcea Russian CV 98 (Moscow)
TranslationThe name means 'Japanese Dwarf' in Russian.
Variety typecommercial +
VendorTatiana's TOMATObase Seeds + and Casey's Heirloom Tomatoes of Airdrie +
Year grown2004 +, 2005 + and 2009 +
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