Originally, the correct name was ‘Kimberley’, and not ‘Kimberly’ but through time many seed suppliers have adopted the ‘Kimberly’ name. A very tasty, very early tomato. Developed in the 1980’s by John de Rocque of Kimberley, BC, Canada from a ‘Siberia’ x ‘Tiny Tim’ cross. It produce 6′, compact, shorter indeterminate, potato-leaf tomato plants that yield 1 to 1 1/2-inch, golf ball-sized, red, round tomatoes. Surprisingly good flavor for such an early tomato and some say better tasting than Stupice. This tomato sets well in warmer growing regions and cooler regions and produces well into autumn. Great tomato for patio or container garden. Seeds available at www.tomatofest.com
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