GOLDEN DWARF CHAMPION
Native to the USA. Round, slightly flattened, bright lemon yellow fruit weighing 60 to 150 grams.
This variety appeared in the Burpee Farm Annual catalogue in 1899.
The fruit is bright lemon-yellow, round and slightly flattened, weighing 60 to 150 grams. The depression at the stem is medium and the umbilicus is on point.
Sweet taste without acidity.
The robust and healthy plant with a strong central stem bears clusters of 4-5 fruits. Suitable for pot culture.
Typical semi-determinate growth; the plant is indeterminate, but bushy and of small size and length. This is one of the few varieties that are called "tree tomatoes".
Grown in 2015 in pots
-Sown on 23 February
-Planted on 2 May
-Small, compact plant with a large stem.
-Height +/- 0.80 m
-Foliage: short rugosa, abundant dark green, horizontal habit
-Flower: 6/7 sepals and 7/8 petals
-Fruit: small size +/- 50 gr, round.
-Bright yellow colour, sometimes with a pink blush at maturity
-Depression at the weak peduncular attachment.
-Trace of umbilicus at a tiny point
-Harvest: average, lots of apical necrosis and drop
-Very juicy yellow flesh.
Regular - Rugosa
+ or - 0.8m