Bred by Tom Wagner, a tomato and potato breeder from Washington state, the founder of Tater Mater Seed and New World Seeds & Tubers . Released in 2012 and offered commercially by New World Seeds & Tubers . Named after the thirteenth episode of the thirteenth season of the American animated television series South Park. Indeterminate, purple vines, round, red with strong blue cap. A true blue cherry tomato variety with small fruits that ripen to a deep purple-blue in sunlight. Nice cherry tomato flavor, good production. Dusky blue-green stems and foliage too!
What are Dancing With Smurfs tomatoes best used for?
Dancing with Smurfs tomatoes are best fresh, straight from the vine or as a snack. They are also great in colorful summer salads. Because of their unusual look, they provide lots of color to summer salads.
What is the best way to grow Dancing With Smurfs tomatoes?
The best way to grow Dancing with Smurfs tomatoes is to start seeds indoor and plant young plants in the garden in second half of May. They grow tall and need support.
How far apart should I plant Dancing With Smurfs tomatoes?
Dancing with Smurfs tomatoes need some space and should be planted about 2.5 feet apart.
Are Dancing With Smurfs tomatoes easy to grow?
Yes, Dancing with Smurfs tomatoes are very easy to grow and they yield regularly throughout the season until frost.