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Dwarf Firebird Tomatoes are perfect for anyone who wants to grow their own tomatoes but has limited space. These compact plants are suitable for containers, making them an ideal choice for those who live in apartments or have small gardens. Despite their size, these plants are surprisingly productive, and you'll be rewarded with plenty of large slicer-type fruit. The tomatoes are bright red with yellow stripes, and they're both tasty and meaty. If you're looking for a delicious and easy-to-grow tomato variety, you can't go wrong with the Dwarf Firebird. Packet contains ~30 seeds.


  • ~75 days to maturity
  • Determinate dwarf variety

Tomatoes - Container - Dwarf Firebird Seeds

  • Start tomato seeds indoors 6-8  weeks prior to your last frost date.

    Press seeds into soil and cover lightly. Keep moist until germination in ~5-10 days.

    Tomatoes benefit from "potting up" at least once or twice before transplanting. Bury the stem up to the plants' lowest set of leaves when repotting and the plant will grow new roots along this portion of buried stem.

    Transplant after risk of frost has passed in a sunny location with plants spaced 18-24 inches (45-60 cm) apart. Indeterminate varieties require support.

  • Solanum lycopersicum

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