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Gondwana Rose

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About Gondwana Rose

‘Gondwana Rose’* is antho tomato from Patrina’s Dwarf Gondwana Series,** created by Patrina Nuske Small of Australia from a cross between ‘Adelaide Festival’ F5 and ‘Indigo Rose’ in 2012. This cross later was named after her ‘Curiosity’ family. ‘Gondwana Rose’ was selected by Patrina from there and introduced in 2020. Seeds of this variety are currently exclusively available in Australia.
A determinate dwarf-type tomato plant with regular leaf foliage producing round, pink tomatoes with very dark antho shoulders of medium size. One of the parents was ‘Indigo Rose’, which lends this tomato distinctive flavors which have more pronounced umaminess than most of their counterparts. Midseason, 80 days to maturity.

*The ‘Gondwana Rose’ is released and sold under the following OSSI Pledge: “The Open Source Seed Initiative” is dedicated to maintaining fair and open access to plant genetic resources worldwide in order to ensure the availability of germplasm to farmers, gardeners, breeders, and communities of this and future generations.

**These dwarf varieties were developed by Patrina Nuske Small separately from the “Dwarf Tomato Project”. Patrina’s Dwarf Gondwana Series included: Gondwana Lava, Gondwana Lightning, Gondwana Moon, and Gondwana Thunder.

Culinary Use
Paste / Sauce / Canner / Slicer
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Plant Type
Determinate / Dwarf
Solanum lycopersicum
Open Pollinated

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