BUNDABERG RUMBALL CSB(A)

$4.80
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(Lycopersicon esculentum)  Handed to us by Patrina Nuske-Small co-founder of 'The Dwarf Tomato Project' - a group of volunteer, amateur, hobby gardeners with a passion for dwarf tomatoes.  Vigorous, yet compact bush producing small to medium, chocolate coloured fruit with a lovely mild, balanced flavour. 60-70 days.  60 seeds

 

(TomatoBush01036)

SKU TomatoBush01036
Shipping Weight 0.0010kg

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