Rosella Purple Dwarf Tomato Start
Dwarf tomatoes grow well either in containers or in the ground. Rosella Purple looks and tastes like a Cherokee Purple (actually, some people think it tastes better!), but grows on a short, stocky, tree-like plant. The deep purple color goes all the way through the tomato, which has an intense, balanced tomato flavor.
Tomatoes plants MUST be protected from frost. In Ellensburg, I wait until June 1 to plant out any tomato plants (after hardening them off), and have frost blankets ready if it looks like nighttime temperatures will dip. Rosella Purple Dwarf can start producing 75 days after being planted out.
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