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Dwarf Franklin County

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About Dwarf Franklin County

Dwarf Franklin County is a rugose, potato leaf, dwarf tomato plant that produces, small, 2-4oz./50-100g., oblate-shaped, red fruits. Although it could be considered a distinctive, large cherry-type tomato, it looks like a miniature beefsteak-type. They deliver a very nice flavor and are quite abundant producers.
Dwarf Franklin County was selected from the “Wishful” family by Susan Oliverson who did the majority of the work and named this variety. Other contributors included Craig LeHoullier, Jeff Bayes, and Jay Scott. Bill Minkey produced the release quantity of seed, which was introduced for the 2018 gardening season.

Culinary Use
Salad / Slicer
Flavor Profile
Well-balanced
Flesh Color
Red
Fruit Color
Red
Fruit Shape
Oblate
Fruit Size
Small
Leaf Type
Potato / Rugose
Maturity
Mid-season
Plant Type
Indeterminate / Rugose Dwarf
Species
Solanum lycopersicum
Variety
Open Pollinated

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