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(Lycopersicon esculentum)  Small, round, scarlet red fruit 2-3cm across, produced on small bush to 50cm high. Ornamental & productive with high yields. Resistant to disease. Ideal variety for small areas or pots. Dates back to 1945. 45-75 days. 180 seeds

(TomatoBush03180)

SKU TomatoBush03180
Shipping Weight 0.0010kg
Shipping Width 0.010m
Shipping Height 0.010m
Shipping Length 0.010m

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